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Personal Performance Portfolio.

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PERSONAL PERFORMANCE PORTFOLIO SECTION B My chosen practical activity is rounders i) Evaluation of Chosen Activity - Identification of Strengths and Weaknesses My strengths in my chosen activity are: Skills and techniques * Good batting skill - I can execute a well hit batting performance. I can verify the direction in which the ball goes and how far it goes. My accuracy, technique and form are usually good. * Good throwing skill - I am proficient to perform a series of throwing, whether it is pitching, underarm throw and a distance throw. I am able to execute all my throws with speed, power, accuracy and technique. Strategies and tactics * Good awareness of environment - I have a good general awareness of where my team-mates are in case I have to throw the ball to stomp the batter out, where my opponents is and where they are going to go so I would know to which base I have to throw the ball to. ...read more.

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ii) Action Planning Action Plan 1 - Improving skill/techniques/tactics Week No. Area for improvement Goals (short/ medium/long term) Method Timescale 1 Batting Try to improve accuracy - Aim to hit every pitch Medium term Batting drills - x throws ball to y to bat at maximum power and spped 1 hour session 2 Throwing Throw with more accuracy - Aim to throw distance throws straight to team-mates in least amount of time Medium term Throwing drills - Two people throwing balls to each other at different distances - Try to throw a ball at a target (try this at different distance and with different sized targets). 1 hour session 3 Catching Try to catch every ball at any distance coming towards me at any angle Medium term Catching drills - x throws ball to y at different distances - x throws ball in open space, y runs to catch 2 hour session 4 Batting/throwing/catching Improve batting, throwing and catching in a game situation Game situation 1 and 1/2 hour session 5 Knowledge of rules Learn every aspect of the sport. ...read more.

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Review My action plan was effective in all areas. Batting improved greatly, I now am able to hit on average 9/10 balls all the time. Throwing improved slightly, my throwing technique is till the same just with a bit more accuracy. Catching improved dramatically now I can generally catch most balls at any speed, distance and angle. Knowledge of rules, I now know understand every aspect of the game. Advance rounders, I now play with more style and look more professional. Cardio-vascular fitness improved significantly, I now maybe able to play a complete game without leading to fatigue. iii) Conclusion In general, I am very pleased with my action plan and its results. My performance in games has improved. I have a better satisfaction when I play the game. There is still room for improve in areas such as catching, throwing and batting, however right now they are better than fine. Tahamtan Pishgharavol Physical Education ...read more.

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