Presentation on theme: "METHODS OF PRACTICE. Methods of Practice There are four main methods of practice that you need to know for physical education: GRADUAL BUILD UP WHOLE."— Presentation transcript:
METHODS OF PRACTICE
Methods of Practice There are four main methods of practice that you need to know for physical education: GRADUAL BUILD UP WHOLE PART WHOLE PASSIVE/ACTIVE PRACTICES REPETIITIVE PRACTICES
Learning Skills Learning Skills Gradual Build Up is when you learn a skill bit by bit e.g. Diving 1. Seated Dive 2. Kneeling Dive 3. Crouched Dive 4. Full Dive Whole Part Whole is when you try the whole skill, then, break it down and concentrate on part, before putting it all together again Repetition Drills Shadowing is when you shadow your partner and copy what they are doing. e.g. Movements in Badminton Solo/Partner/Group Conditioned Games
Gradual Build Up Gradual build up is a useful practice method for learning complex skills. You learn the skill bit by bit. You build the skill up in stages. Often used when the skill is too difficult or dangerous to try. Gradual build up is a useful practice method as it allows you to: Make practices more demanding in small steps Develop confidence Make practices challenging but achievable Gear practices to your stage of learning
Gradual Build Up The best example for using the gradual build up method for an individual activity is the flight dive. Describe three different stages of building up to a flight dive in swimming
Gradual Build Up Gradual build up practice method can also be used in team activities. E.g. Stage 1: In indoor hockey you are working on attack. 4 v 1. The object of the practice is to get past the defender. You must describe how you would gradually build up this practice to make it more challenging.
Whole Part Whole Whole part whole is often used by performers who already have some experience of the activity. It works best when you can perform a version of the whole skill already. E.g. Front Crawl - Swimming Whole: Try the whole stroke i.e. using both arms and legs Part: With a float in hands, practise legs only to improve leg kick Whole: Return to the whole stroke again to see if stroke has improved.
Learning Skills Tasks 1.Choose one method of practice from list A and one from list B. Explain why you would use these methods of practice.(4) List AList B Shadow practice Passive/Active Practice Whole-part-wholeSmall sided games Cooperative practiceRepetitive Practices 2.Choose two activities and describe, in detail, how you used these methods of practice to develop a skill. (Give specific details of a practice that you have used). (4)