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How can you alter your style of teaching to meet the demands of different practice and competitive situations for indivdual, racket and team activities?
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SKILL ACQUISITION TASK ONE -
HOW CAN YOU ALTER YOUR STYLE OF TEACHING TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF
DIFFERENT PRACTICE AND COMPETITIVE SITUATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL, RACKET
AND TEAM ACTIVITIES?
There are many different styles that can be adopted by teachers and used in their own way in order to meet the demands of different practice and competitive situations for individual, racket and team activities. The teaching style which is chosen to be used by the teacher or coach can depend on several variables:
- The teacher's personality and ability
- The type of activity to be taught
- The ability of those being taught
- The level of motivation of those being taught
- Environmental factors
If the style is to be effective, all of these variables should be taken into account when teaching. However each teacher or coach may be comfortable with their own methods of teaching which may not account for these variables. The diagram below shows the spectrum of teaching styles which were identified by Mosston and Ashworth in 1986. These styles are characterised by the
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