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Analysis of Performance A1 Planning: Week Beginning Plan Week 1 9/01/06 Plan Analysis of Performance project/ Written investigation Observe performance in long jump of a perfect modal against a performance of a pupil taking part in long jump. Week 2 16/01/06 Observe partner performing in 5 core skills for football. Complete observation sheet showing strengths and weaknesses of partner's performance. Week 3 23/01/06 Observe partner performing in 5 core skills. Film partner performing core skills with the camcorder. Week 4 30/01/06 Observe partner performing in 5 core skills for football vie DVD recording. Update observation sheet. Devise quantative data sheet. Week 5 06/02/06 Research elite performance /technical modal on the 5 core skills of football. Observe partner performing core skills and fill out quantative data sheet. Week 6 20/02/06 Update analysis of core skills using quantative data sheet. Observe perfect modal with partner. Week 7 27/02/06 Identify and justify two main weaknesses of my partner in the 5 core skills. Week 8 06/03/06 Select the most appropriate area for development. Use resources available to help improve performance in selected weakness. Week 9 13/03/06 Carry out analysis of partner's performance in a game situation and identify weaknesses. Provide a justification for choice of greatest weakness and emphasize benefits to performance. Week 10 20/03/06 Complete write up of project explaining why the project should have a positive result on my partner's performance. Complete section C and D of project. This can be psychological as well as physiological. Complete bibliography. Week 11 27/03/06 To carry out an analysis of pupils performance in a game situation and identify weaknesses. Complete evaluation for section D1. Write up justification and focus on developments. B- Observation: B1 Core skill 1: Passing, Receiving and Control. ...read more.


Legs: he legs are quiet close together when moving with the ball. She needs to allow herself a bit more space to increase the speed at which she dribbles. If she were to do this she would also increase her control and balance. Technical Model: Dribbling (right foot): very strong on his right foot as it his dominate foot. He is able to control the ball very well when dribbling at speed. Due to full control the balance is more stable as he can move quicker. Dribbling (left foot): the performer is strong with his left foot and manages to control the ball well with this foot, even when this is not his dominate foot. He can also dribble at speed, constantly maintaining close contact with the ball and still being aware of what is going on around him. Head and Eyes: the performer has constantly got his eyes on the ball when performing his techniques. He also manages to keep an eye on what is going on around him; he is also constantly looking out to see if an opposition is near. His head is strong and doesn't move from side to side. Torso (body): the performer's body is in line with the ball when he was dribbling. He has a straight body composition and is in line with the ball at all times. His body is positioned over the ball and this gives him more control when dribbling against an opponent. Legs: the player is quick and confident on their toes. He performs a variety of skills. He keeps the ball close to his feet; this allows him to control the ball better at speed. He is also able to runs with the ball at speed. ...read more.


The data I collected was interval in nature therefore I calculated the mean as a suitable form of data analysis. This is because the data had a definite and implied order. Core skill 1: Passing, Receiving and Control. 10 Yards 20 Yards 1 * * 2 * * 3 * * 4 * * 5 * * 6 * * 7 * * 8 * * 9 * * 10 * * 9/10 � 100 = 90% 9/10 � 100 = 90% Lofted long pass Core Skill 2: Dribbling Time (15 seconds) Success/ Fail 1 13.93 * 2 13.65 * 3 14.25 * 4 16.91 * 5 15.20 * 6 14.75 * 7 13.91 +1 Obstruction = 14.91 * 8 12.95 + 1 Obstruction = 13.95 * 9 14.03 * 10 13.72 + 1 Obstruction = 14.72 * 8/10 � 100 = 80% Dribbling a ball between cones. Core Skill 3: Shooting 10 Yards 20 Yards 1 * * 2 * * 3 * * 4 * * 5 * * 6 * * 7 * * 8 * * 9 * * 10 * * 5/10 � 100 = 50% 4/10 � 100 = 40% Long distance shooting. Core Skill 4: Heading Attacking Defensive 1 * * 2 * * 3 * * 4 * * 5 * * 6 * * 7 * * 8 * * 9 * * 10 * * 3/10 � 100 = 30% 4/10 � 100 = 40% A defensive header. Core Skill 5: Tackling, Jockeying, Closing down Successful Fail 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9 * 10 * 4/10 � 100 = 40% A jockeying tackle C - Analysis: C1 - Identify 2 main Weaknesses Weakness 1: Core skill 1: Passing, Receiving and Control. Effect in a game situation: Weakness 2: Core skill 1: Passing, Receiving and Control. ...read more.

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