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    • TRANSFER OF LEARNING Effect of one skill on another
    • Heptathlon    What fundamental skills is Jessica using in each event? Is there more than one in an event? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5stR4k8WK Dc
    • Jessica Ennis 100 m hurdles  high jump  shot put  200 m  long jump  javelin throw  800 metres  Throwing  Jumping  Running 
    • Learning Outcomes  Explain 6 types of transfer using examples from sport  Define transferable fundamental skills in sport  Describe 4 ways a coach can encourage effective transfer
    • Analyse the Pictures - Group Together Sports that are similar (3 separate groups)  Identify one sport that is left out 
    • Is all transfer helpful? Role Play Tennis V Badminton Netball V Basketball Tuck jump V Somersault Dribbling basketball using both hands Golf swing & Swimming
    • 6 Types – No Probs (NPPRBZ)       Negative – one skill hinders another Positive – one skill helps learning of another Proactive – effect on future skill Retroactive – effect on previous skill Bilateral – limb to limb (side to side) Zero – No transfer available
    • Look at your pictures again      Pair sports to identify the following types of transfer Negative Positive Proactive Zero Write definitions on your task sheet
    • Ensuring Transfer     Practice original task Realistic practice situations Learn task well then progress Make performer aware of transfer potential Scenario task on worksheet
    • Learning Outcomes  Explain 6 types of transfer using examples from sport  Define transferable fundamental skills in sport  Describe 4 ways a coach can encourage effective transfer