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Tennis & Further Education Taught Lesson Supporting Presentation UNIT 20 TALENT ID & DEVELOPMENT IN SPORT Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Extended National Diploma in Sport (Development, Coaching & Fitness)
Aim & Purpose This Unit will provide learners with an under- standing of the different predicators of talent and the different ways of developing talent. Learning Outcomes: 1 Know the key predicators of talent for performers in sport 2 Be able to design a talent identification programme for a chosen sport 3 Know key factors in talent development in sport 5 Be able to design a talent development programme for a chosen sport
Student Task What is Talent Identification in Sport?
Definition "that process by which children are encouraged to participate in the sports at which they are most likely to succeed, based on results of testing selected parameters. These parameters are designed to predict performance capacity, taking into account the child's current level of fitness and maturity. Peltola. E (1992) Thomson, R. W; Beavis (1985)
Predicators of Talent Physical Physiological Sociological Psychological Skills
Skill Classification Gross Motor Skills – Large Muscle Groups Fine Motor Skills – Intricate detailed movement Open Skills – Changing environment / Team Sports Closed skills – Stable environment / Target Sport / Isolated Skill
Skill Classification Cont’d Internal Paced Skill – Intrinsic Control External Paced Skill – Opponent Control Discreet Skill – Clear Beginning & End Serial Skill – The linking of skills to form a complex movement Continuous Skill – No clear start or end
Predicators within Tennis · Anthropometrical data · Motor abilities, (coordination, agility, footwork, speed, power). · Psychological features/characteristics, (mostly of permanent type, e.g. temperament, achievement motivation, intelligence). · Technical-tactical skills. · Progress/Trainability/Coachability. · Performance (not only results) in tournaments.
ITF Predicators High level motor skills: -speed -agility -coordination Tactical skills and game instincts Technical potential Mental features including: -determination -competitiveness -focus (task application)
Student Task Pair the skill to the classification ForehandDiscreet BackhandOpen ServeInternal Paced Forehand ReturnSerial RallyClosed SmashExternal Paced