Effective Coaching Practices For Physical Education Quiz

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Effective Coaching Practices For Physical Education Quiz

We have brought you an Effective Coaching Practices For Physical Education Quiz. 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 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 categorized under:
    • A. 

      Movement anticipation, type of movement, movement freedom

    • B. 

      Movement anticipation, type of movement, predictability of the environment

  • 3. 
    Movement precision involves:
    • 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 endpoint
  • 7. 
    _____ motor skills have no obvious beginning or endpoint
  • 8. 
    _____ motor skills have a combination of several discrete skills performed in a sequence
  • 9. 
    Tick  three aspects of a performer in the cognitive stage
    • A. 

      The performer is trying to mentally comprehend movements

    • B. 

      The performer is more consistent

    • C. 

      The performance will be inconsistent

    • D. 

      The performer has more time to focus on external stimulus

    • E. 

      The performer has stiff unrelaxed movements

    • F. 

      The performer has developed anticipation

  • 10. 
    Tick three aspects of a performer in the associative stage
    • A. 

      The performer is more consistent

    • B. 

      The performer is stiff and unrelaxed

    • C. 

      The performer is no longer consciously thinking about the skill

    • D. 

      The performance is inconsistent

    • E. 

      The performers improvements are more gradual

    • F. 

      The performers demands of performing the motor skill on attention are decreasing

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

      The performers skills are now largely automatic

    • B. 

      The performer is beginning to refine technique

    • C. 

      The 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 space in between it. Movement preperation is the ____ of both ____ and _____ information before a response such as a ____ ____ can be initiated
  • 13. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. A reaction time is the ____ between a _____ and the initiation of _____
  • 14. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Total response time is the _____ of reaction time and ______ time
  • 15. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Anticipation is the ability to _____ a likely _____ occurring
  • 16. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with a space in between it. Psychological refractory period is the momentary _____ in _______ the second of two stimuli received in ____ succession
  • 17. 
    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., tennis serve grip, stance, backswing, ball toss etc.)

  • 18. 
    Random practice is
    • A. 

      Breaking down a motor skill into segments (e.g., tennis serve grip, stance, backswing, 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)

  • 19. 
    Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Part practice is ____ down a motor skill into _____
  • 20. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Massed practice is ____ frequent training sessions that go for a ______ period of time
  • 21. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Distributed practice is ______ but more_____ training sessions
  • 22. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Feedback is the _______ a performer receives about the ______ of a task
  • 23. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it.  Internal feedback is feedback from the ______ own ______
  • 24. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. Proprioception is _____ information relayed from within the ______
  • 25. 
     Fill in the gaps by writing each answer with space in between it. External feedback is feedback given by a ____
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