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Attitude revision lesson from 26/04/10. Miss Moody.

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    • Attitude Revision A2 Sports Psychology
    • What can we remember!!
      • TASK 1:
      • ON A BLANK PIECE OF PAPER; WRITE DOWN ALL THE THINGS YOU CAN REMEMBER ABOUT ATTITUDES.
      • How are they formed? What is an attitude? What are the components of an attitude?
      • YOU CAN DISCUSS WITH THE PERSON SITTING NEXT TO YOU.
      • SPIDER DIAGRAM/LIST/TITLES/EXPLANATION...
      • FEEDBACK TO THE GROUP
    • beliefs Linked to motivation Positive attitude important for success Linked to a situation or item = attitude object Develop through experience Relatively stable & enduring Positive or negative ATTITUDES many campaigns to increase positive attitude towards healthy lifestyles e.g.... Feedback can reinforce attitude Attitudes can create false perceptions known as prejudice Three components: Triadic Model
    • Formation of Attitudes peers friends media past experiences coaches teachers family FORMATION of ATTITUDES region / culture Feedback can reinforce attitude Attitudes can create false perceptions known as prejudice
    • Revision Card: What do I need to know?( consult specification )
      • What is an attitude: define
      • Attitudes and Behaviour: people/objects/events/ideas
      • Components: Triandis Triadic Model cognitive/effective/behavioural
      • Prejudice: what is it and how does it effect sport?
      • Stereotype and stereotyping: what is it and how does it effect sport?
      • Attitude formation: Learning, classical conditioning etc...
      • Changing attitudes: persuasive communication and cognitive dissonance theory.
      • Strategies to improve attitude: rewards, goal setting etc...
    • Components of Attitude Triadic Model
    • Components of Attitude Triadic Model
    • Components of Attitude Triadic Model
    • Components of Attitude Triadic Model
    • TASK 2: Attitude and Behaviour
      • WRITE DOWN YOUR PLANS FOR YOUR PYSCHOLOGY REVISION ONCE YOU ARE ON STUDY LEAVE.
      • WRITE DOWN YOUR REASONING.
      • MAKE YOUR REVISION PLAN WHAT YOU THINK YOU NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO GET THE GRADE YOU NEED.
      • BE BRIEF: TWO MINUTES.
      • I.E. HOW MANY HOURS A DAY OR WHICH DAYS OR CERTAIN SUBJECTS ON CERTAIN DAYS...
    • TASK 3: Attitude and Behaviour
      • IDENTIFY WHICH IS THE COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL COMPONENTS OF YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS YOUR REVISION.
      • TASK 4:
      • Read through your plans for revision. Now rate the likelihood of you sticking to your plans 100% by circling a statement below.
      • 100% no/Very unlikely/ Unlikely / Likely / Very likely 100% yes
      • WHAT DO THE RESULTS TELL US THE LINK BETWEEN ATTITUDE AND ACTUAL BEHAVIOUR?
    • Prejudice (pre - judging)
      • Cognitive = stereotyping
      • Affective = feelings of hostility or liking towards object.
      • Behavioural = ..............
      • HOW WOULD YOU KNOW IF SOMEONE HELD A PREJUDICIAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS YOU OR A CERTAIN ATTITUDE OBJECT E.G. RUGBY.
    • Prejudice (pre - judging)
      • Cognitive = stereotyping
      • Affective = feelings of hostility or liking towards object.
      • Behavioural = ................
      • Hostile talk, racial jokes, insults etc ... ANTI – LOCATION
      • They may keep their distance ...AVOIDANCE
      • Exclusion from a team or social situation... DISCRIMINATION
      • Violence...... PHYSICAL ATTACK
      • Indiscriminate violence against a group..... EXTERMINATION
      • PREJUDICE LEADS TO ...................................
    • Prejudice (pre - judging)
      • Cognitive = stereotyping
      • Affective = feelings of hostility or liking towards object.
      • Behavioural = ................
      • Hostile talk, racial jokes, insults etc ... ANTI – LOCATION
      • They may keep their distance ...AVOIDANCE
      • Exclusion from a team or social situation... DISCRIMINATION
      • Violence...... PHYSICAL ATTACK
      • Indiscriminate violence against a group..... EXTERMINATION
      • PREJUDICE LEADS TO STEREOTYPING
    • Stereotyping
      • TASK 5:
      • Chyna, Crowne, George and Chloe
      • Discuss the suggestion that stereotyping of behaviour expectancy can have a positive benefit. Illustrate your answer with sporting examples.
      • Richard, Hammad, Tom, Wilson and Gary
      • Discuss the suggestion that stereotyping of behaviour expectancy can have a negative impact. Illustrate your answer with sporting examples.
    • Attitude Formation
      • You need to be able to describe and explain how an attitude is formed. Read and revise:
      • Learning
      • Familiarity/availability
      • Classical conditioning
      • Operant conditioning
      • Socialisation
      • Peer groups and social groupings.
    • Exam question.
      • Use psychological theory to describe how a teacher could ensure their student; who has developed a negative attitude towards sport, participates in sport and exercise in order to maintain a balanced, healthy and active lifestyle.
      • THINK ABOUT AND INCLUDE:
      • Persuasive communication
      • Cognitive dissonance theory
      • Strategies to change an attitude
      • Strategies to improve a performers attitude.
    • Homework
      • Complete exam question below.
      • Does attitude predict behaviour. Use sporting examples to illustrate your answer.
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