Presentation on theme: "Structures & Strategies. Structures are the designs or formations which teams use in different activities. Strategies, which often include game plans,"— Presentation transcript:
Structures are the designs or formations which teams use in different activities. Strategies, which often include game plans, are used in different individual and team activities to make the best use of selected structures. They are used to manage the tactics and skills of the game. Within any strategy, you can opt to vary the game plan by using tactics, thus exploiting the opposition and creating the best possible strategic advantage Definitions
Advantages of planned strategies are as follows: All players are clear about their responsibility Speed – provides a fast route to the goal Creates depth and penetration in attack. Ensures space and players are readily available to support alongside and behind the ball. Planned Strategies
Key Concepts Information processing, problem-solving and decision making when working to develop and improve performance Key Concept 3 Identification of strengths and weaknesses in performance in terms of: roles and relationships; formations; tactical and design elements; choreography and composition Key Concept 2 The structures, strategies and/or compositional elements that are fundamental to activities Key Concept 1
What is the Cycle of Analysis? This is a four stage process designed to maximise the development of a performer. 1. Investigate 2. Analyse 3. Develop 4. Review / Evaluate 1. Investigate 2. Analyse 3. Develop 4. Review / Evaluate Simple Model of the Cycle of Analysis
The Cycle of Analysis Initial data collection Focused data collection Identify positive & negative aspects of performance Identify area to develop Plan the training programme Undertake training programme Monitor training programme We need to re-evaluate performance. Can you help me improve?