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Observation sheet

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Introduction

Observation Sheet SPORT Badminton DATE 02-12-09 PARTICIPANT BEING OBSERVED FOCUS Participant's serve, accuracy and timing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Standing sideways ? ...read more.

Middle

? ? Follow-through Good timing of the serve ? ? ? ? Accuracy achieved ? ? ? PARTICIPANT BEING OBSERVED FOR COMPARISON 1 2 3 4 5 Standing sideways ? ...read more.

Conclusion

Shuttlecock hit below waist ? ? ? ? Follow-through ? Good timing of the serve ? ? Accuracy achieved ? ?? ?? ?? ?? Practical Portfolio Leung Yan To ...read more.

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