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Senior Physical Education | Unit 3: Topic 1: Folio
"Discusses an approach of tactical awareness as a developmentally appropriate focus for the teaching of games in elementary and secondary physical education. Rationale for a tactical focus to games teaching; Contribution of motor skill execution; Player movements; Sample tactical problems; Outcome identification and assessment."
"This book is a compact, groundbreaking training manual that gives the reader an overall insight into the world of badminton. It is divided into two parts. The first part deals with training theory while the second contains background information about the sport and its stars, thus giving the reader an overall insight into the world of badminton"
"Research on racket sports has traditionally focused on expert players and has treated energy expenditure and tactics as independent factors. These prior studies could not assess how energy expenditure and tactics changed as a function of experience and skill."
"This article will explain how a teaching games for understanding approach advocated
by Thorpe, Bunker, & Almond (1986) has led to the development of a tactical frameworkand player decision-making model for teaching net/wall games."
"A good badminton strategy is a vital part of the game. It can be the deciding factor in winning badminton rallies. Besides having good badminton skills, different sets of strategies are important to help you deal with different opponents."
"Badminton tactics give maximum returns with minimum physical effort. By applying badminton tactics, you can outwit your opponent who may be better than you in terms of talent. So, naturally it needs tremendous and concerted mental application, especially when the game is in progress."
"If you are looking for a competitive edge in badminton, choosing the right tactics can go a long way in maximizing your current skill set. This way, you will have a better chance to beat opponents that would usually be outside of your reach."
"As readers of my blog will know, I love tactical badminton. It’s the one area where the right tactics in badminton can completely swing the game in your favour if properly executed. Tactics can also be the great leveler when playing a pair who are slightly better equipped in their skillset."
"Tactics are usually the ability to make wise decisions based on the peoples’ awareness of the situation. It involves studying the situation first and then be able to react to it. This implies that coaches have to develop players who can rely on themselves, be able to understand what is happening in the court, and come up with a technique to respond appropriately."
"Ever since its inception, skill acquisition has evolved from a subfield of psychology to its own vast interpretation of the brain-behaviour relationship. Although there are many skill acquisition theories (discussed later on in this article), pioneers from across the globe do, however, agree that an important characteristic of skill acquisition is that people go through distinct stages, often referred to as the “stages of learning”
"The Game Sense coaching approach emphasises the modification of game elements or the development of modified games to achieve learning outcomes. In this article we will introduce the constraint-led approach to learning and demonstrate how the theory can underpin the design of games lessons ensuring that teachers give themselves the best chance of satisfying the skill acquisition and psychological needs of every child in P.E."
"The aim of this study is to determine and compare what SATO relationships international badminton players utilise when confronted with three constraint practises: maximal speed (MS) towards the direction of a target; maximal speed aiming to hit the centre of three shuttlecock tubes (TUBE); and maximal speed aiming to hit the centre of a circular target placed flat on the ground (TAR)."
"A constraints led approach is a teaching/coaching method based on the principles of non-linear pedagogy. It advocates a more ‘hands-off’ approach to teaching and learning within Physical Education. Through the manipulation of certain constraints, different information is presented to the learner. In turn, the learner is then challenged and channelled to find their own movement solutions to the problems faced or the goals needed to be achieved. "