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When we play sporting games feedback is very important it can encourage people to do better, or it can help people to understand what it is they are doing wrong and, how they can put it right

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When we play sporting games feedback is very important it can encourage people to do better, or it can help people to understand what it is they are doing wrong and, how they can put it right. The different types of feedback are: Video recordings Coach's view Teammates view Opposition view Family and friends view Spectators view Your own view 2. Input In this stage I would use my visual sense so this would be what I can see. So an example of this in football would be where the defenders are and were the goalkeeper is positioned. I would also use my auditory sense. This is what I can hear so if I can hear anyone running behind me or if one of my teammates is shouting man on or if he's telling me I am in an offside position. My last sense I would use would be my kinaesthetic sense. This is what I can feel so if I can feel my man marker and which way he will move. If I don't do this correctly when or if I get the ball a defender will come in and take the ball away from me as I didn't expect him to be there as I dint use on of the above senses. ...read more.

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Also the jarring sensation in your arm will instantly tell you when your golf drive has ploughed straight into the ground. External This type of feedback is the most important if you want to improve in your sport. External feedback is what our coach tells us in the dressing room on how well you did or not. Watching ourselves on video or being given a score. There are two different types of external feedback Knowledge of results and Knowledge of performance. Knowledge of results tells us the outcome of our performance. It tells us how many points we got, our position in the league and we will know weather or not if we scored a goal. This type of feedback would be best for professional footballers and managers, as it doesn't matter how well they played as long as they get good results. Knowledge of performance is about how well you performed rather than the result you got. This is found out by talking to the coach after the game. We do this to find out the standard of our performance and if we can improve this. This is best for beginners, as they would like to improve their performance. ...read more.

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if a player is getting frustrated and performing bad tackles the coach must tell him to calm down. b) The levels of skill that should be achieved i.e. if players aren't playing to their ability that they can the coach should say you can play better than that. c) The performer's current level of ability in the desired skills and activities. When skills are highly complex, the instructional part of knowledge of results can be particularly important. Breaking down the skill becomes easier because the player knows what to do in each part of the skill. Feedback is differs depending on the types of people you are giving it to. For example if you are coaching an adult you will give him a lot more feedback negative or positive in one go, whereas if you were coaching a child you would only give him good feedback in small chunks so he can understand it and doest get upset with his performance. The feedback also depends on the level of ability if you have. If you have a really skilled young player and a beginner who is an adult it changes again. For example you can give the skilled player more technical feedback which would be to hard for the adult to understand as he is not a skilled and not at that level. ...read more.

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