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  • 1.  
  • 2. Adapting an activity can be used to help learning and to improve your performance
    • Activities can be adapted in many ways.
    • For example, changes can be made to:
    • The playing area;
    • The equipment;
    • The rules;
    • The number of players;
    • The time.
  • 3. What changes can be made to:
    • The rules ;
    • The equipment ;
    • The number of players ;
    • The playing area .
    • For Volleyball?
    • http://www.metacafe.com/watch/yt-3dzi32lO6Gc/volleyball_rally/
  • 4. What changes can be made to:
    • The rules ;
    • The equipment ;
    • The number of players ;
    • The playing area .
    • For Football?
    • http://www.metacafe.com/watch/138370/futsal_skills_robinho_x_falcao/
  • 5. What changes can be made to:
    • The rules ;
    • The equipment ;
    • The number of players ;
    • The playing area .
    • For Tennis?
    • http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1718083/rafa_nadal_vs_murray_final_set_4_us_open_2008/
  • 6. What changes can be made to:
    • The rules ;
    • The equipment ;
    • The number of players ;
    • The playing area .
    • For Rugby?
    • http://www.metacafe.com/watch/3851189/george_rugby_sevens_2008_top_10_tries/
  • 7. How does adapting the playing area help learning ?
    • Football :
    • Making the pitch smaller means that you can concentrate more on your skills with less running around.
    • Badminton :
    • Playing on half of the court will mean that you have to be more accurate with each shot.
  • 8. How does changing the equipment help learning?
    • Badminton :
    • Short handled rackets make hand and eye coordination easier.
    • Volleyball :
    • Soft touch ball is easier to handle.
  • 9. How does changing the rules help learning?
    • Basketball :
    • Condition : No dribbling.
    • How does this help learning?
    • No dribbling makes the players have to pass.
    • Football:
    • Condition : Players are not allowed more than 2 touches on the ball.
    • How does this help learning?
    • Players cannot dribble and are forced to concentrate on their control and passing .
  • 10. How does changing the number of players help learning?
    • In a 3v2 game, the team of 2 have to work harder.
    • Fewer players means:
    • More touches on the ball;
    • More decisions to take;
    • More work rate required.
  • 11. How does changing the time of the game help learning?
    • Football: The adult game is played over 2 halves, which last 45 minutes.
    • For young learners, how can changing the time help learning?
    • Reducing the duration of the game allows young learners to focus of the quality of their skills without becoming too tired.