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Analysis of Performance Analysis of Performance Presentation Transcript

  • Analysis of Performance Aim: To produce a booklet or PowerPoint presentation about your sport/activity.
  • Analysis of Performance
    • You must know and understand the rules of your sport.
    • You must understand what makes good (the perfect model) & bad performances in your sport.
    • You need to be able to identify strengths and weaknesses in yourself and others performance.
    • You need to be able to suggest practices / drills / fitness training that could improve an individuals performance.
  • Moderation Summary
    • On the moderation day a number of you will be selected to answer questions on your analysis and performance in front of the moderator.
    • You need to show that you understand the rules of your chosen sport, what makes good and bad performance, and be able to talk about how and why you did your PEP (which we will cover later this term).
    • (Your PEP will also be looked at by the moderator. Your analysis of performance is up to 20 marks which could take you from a grade D to a B)
  • Analysis booklet / powerpoint
    • Over the next couple of weeks you are going to produce a Booklet or powerpoint that helps support your knowledge in the analysis of performance section.
    • It will look at 4 areas.
    • Rules, regulations and terminology
    • Observe and analyse performance
    • Evaluate performance
    • Plan strategies, tactics and practices
  • Analysis booklet / powerpoint
    • If you produce a booklet then you will need to make sure that all of your spelling and punctuation is correct and of a high standard. You will also need to show a clear understanding of each aspect within your written work.
    • If you do a powerpoint show then you will need to develop a slide for each section and explain the points within the slide without simply reading it off the board. You will then be videoed doing this presentation.
  • Analysis booklet / powerpoint
    • Tips for success:
    • Choose a sport that you know well and you will be submitting a mark for at the end of this term! You should all know your strongest.
    • Go through all the notes and work we did last year (rules, observations etc..) and sketch out the main points in each section first.
    • DON’T WAFFLE! It’s not an essay so get your points across as simply as possible.
    • Use the mark scheme to guide you as to what is expected for each section. There is also help in the back of your text book starting on page 171.
    • Show example video here
  • 2.2.1 Rules of the Game
    • Identify how many players participate in your sport.
    • Can you identify and explain any sport specific terminology?
    • Can you explain 5 main rules of your sport.
    • Give an explanation of each rule and why its important to the game / activity
    • i.e. To improve the speed of the game, to make the game safer, to increase scoring opportunities, to make the game more enjoyable to spectators.
  • Mark Scheme
  • 2.2.2 What is a bad performance?
    • Look back / remember the observations you did last summer. What kind of observations did you do and what did you look for?
    • Can you think of common faults that cause bad performances for your sport?
    • Can you explain how these faults you have chosen can have a negative affect on a performance?
  • Mark Scheme
  • 2.2.3 The Perfect Model - What Makes A Good Performance?
    • Identify a performer who is outstanding (the perfect model) in your sport.
    • Write down what aspects of skills and fitness they have to make them such a good performer
    • i.e. aspects of health & skill related fitness not just ability
    • Can you discuss how those aspects makes their performance better in the game / sport.
    • Can you compare the performance you are analysisng to a ‘perfect model’.
    • Remember to
  • Mark Scheme
  • 2.2.4 Improving Performance
    • Can you explain any practices or fitness training that could improve the faults you have identified?
    • You need to come up with at least 3 progressive practices/training sessions that can improve the faults you have seen and explain using diagrams where needed.
    • Can you discuss what a SMART target is and how it is used to help improve?
  • Mark Scheme