Physical Education Unit 2 Effective Coaching Practices

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Physical Education Unit 2 Effective Coaching Practices

When it comes to physical education it is important to ensure that you have an effective coach so that you may attain your goals. The quiz below is designed to test how much you understood on the course on effective coaching practices and see how ready you are. Give it a try!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    List the three stages of learning in order
    • A. 

      Cognitive, Autonomous, Associative

    • B. 

      Associative, cognitive, Autonomous

    • C. 

      Cognitive, Associative, Autonomous

    • D. 

      Autonomous, Associative, Cognitive

  • 2. 
    Motor skills are often categorised under:
    • A. 

      Movement anticipation, type of movement, movement freedom

    • B. 

      Movement anticipation, type of movement, predictability of environment

  • 3. 
    Movement precision invlolves:
    • A. 

      Discrete,continuous and serial skills

    • B. 

      Closed and open motor skills

    • C. 

      Gross and fine motor skills

  • 4. 
    Type of movement involves:
    • A. 

      Gross and fine motor skills

    • B. 

      Discrete, continuous and serial motor skills

    • C. 

      Closed and open motor skills

  • 5. 
    Predictability of the environment involves:
    • A. 

      Closed and open motor skills

    • B. 

      Gross and fine motor skills

    • C. 

      Discrete, continuous and serial motor skills

  • 6. 
    ___ motor skills have a distinct beginning and end point
  • 7. 
    _____ motor skills have no obvious beginning or end point
  • 8. 
    _____ motor skills have a combination of servel discrete skills performed in a sequence
  • 9. 
    • A. 

      Performer is trying to mentally comprehend movements

    • B. 

      Performer is more consistent

    • C. 

      Performance will be inconsistent

    • D. 

      Performer has more time to focus on external stimulus

    • E. 

      Performer has stiff unrelxed movements

    • F. 

      Performer has developed anticipation

  • 10. 
    • A. 

      Performer is more consistent

    • B. 

      Performer is stiff and unrelaxed

    • C. 

      Performer is no longer consciously thinking about the skill

    • D. 

      Performance in inconsistent

    • E. 

      Performers improvements are more gradual

    • F. 

      Performers demands of performing the motor skill on attention are decreasing

  • 11. 
    Tick three aspects of a performer in the autonomous stage
    • A. 

      Performers skills are now largely automatic

    • B. 

      Performer is beginning to refine technique

    • C. 

      Performer has developed anticipation

    • D. 

      Performers attention is on movement production

    • E. 

      Precise feedback is needed

  • 12. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Motor skills should be viewed as a continuum because it is impossible to _____ exactly when a performer moves from one ___ to another and a performer can be in different _____ of _____ for different skills.
  • 13. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Movement preperation is the ____ of both ____ and _____ information before a response such as a ____ ____ can be initiated
  • 14. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it A reaction time is the ____ between a _____ and the initiation of _____
  • 15. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Total response time is the _____ of reaction time and ______ time
  • 16. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Anticipation is the ability to _____ a likely _____ occuring
  • 17. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Psychological refractory period is the momentary _____ in _______ the second of two stimuli received in ____ succession
  • 18. 
    Match the three categories of practice methods
    • A. blocked practice
    • A.
    • B. whole practice
    • B.
    • C. massed practice
    • C.
  • 19. 
    Blocked practice is
    • A. 

      Varied sequencing of different motor skills in the same training session (e.g. in volleyball doing dig, set, spike, set, set, dig)

    • B. 

      Repetitive practice of the same task (practicing a netball chest pass for 15 minutes)

    • C. 

      Breaking down a motor skill into segments (e.g. a tennis serve grip, stance, back swing, ball toss etc)

  • 20. 
    Random practice is
    • A. 

      Breaking down a motor skill into segments (e.g. a tennis serve grip, stance, back swing, ball toss etc)

    • B. 

      Varied sequencing of different motor skills in the same training session (e.g. in volleyball doing dig, set, spike, set, set, dig)

  • 21. 
    Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Part practice is ____ down a motor skill into _____
  • 22. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Massed practice is ____ frequent training sessions that go for a ______ period of time
  • 23. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Distributed practice is ______ but more_____ training sessions
  • 24. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Feedback is the _______ a performer receives about the ______ of a task
  • 25. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Internal feedback is feedback from the ______ own ______
  • 26. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Proprioception is _____ information relayed from within the ______
  • 27. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it External feedback is feedback given by a ____
  • 28. 
    Match the name to the definition
    • A. Knowledge of results is
    • A.
    • B. Knowledge of performance is
    • B.
  • 29. 
    Motor skills can be classified by
    • A. 

      Movement precision

    • B. 

      Nature of movement

    • C. 

      Predictability of environment

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 30. 
    According to stimulus response compatibility:
    • A. 

      When the available responses are more 'natural', reaction time will be faster

    • B. 

      The greater the stimulus, the greater the response

    • C. 

      The smaller the stimulus, the smaller the response

    • D. 

      When the available responses are more 'natural', reaction time will be slower

  • 31. 
    Two factors need to be considered before deciding whether to practice a task in parts or as a whole. These factors are:
    • A. 

      Task complexity and task compatibility

    • B. 

      Task organisation and task compatibility

    • C. 

      Task complexity and task difficulty

    • D. 

      Task complexity and task organisation

  • 32. 
    Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it An exercise physiologist is invlolved in a range of tasks including _____ testing, designing _____ programs and developing enhanced recovery regimes.
  • 33. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it A Biomechanist is invlolved in a range of tasks including developing ______ of sporting techniques and movement and the streamlining of sporting _____.
  • 34. 
    Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space inbetween it Skill acquisition specialists are involved in a range of tasks focused on improving skill _______ for beginners through to elite performers, as well as improving the decision ______ process for performers in a competition setting.
  • 35. 
    A skill is the ability to do something well
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False