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PE Analysis Coursework

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Introduction In this piece of coursework I will analyse my partner's skill on spinning or passing a rugby ball. Firstly I will give a base line assessment of my partner, with a mark out of 10. I will then identify 3 strengths and 3 weaknesses and describe 3 practices that will improve his weaknesses. I will then reassess his ability by using the same base line assessment and will give him another mark out if 10 to see if my practices have been successful. In the second part of this piece of coursework I will be analysing myself in a chosen sport and a chosen targeted area in the sport in the same way I will have done with the rugby analysis. I will use diagrams and many photographs that I have taken during and outside of school to show evidence and to help the reader understand what I am trying to show. During school time we have shown, taught, practiced and attempted many different characteristics of the game of rugby. Firstly we started to look at the basics of learning how to spin pass, tackling and also how to spiral kick. ...read more.

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It shows that his correct hand position gives off a good spinning pass to the receiver; he looks towards his receiver and shows a very good follow through. For this I gave Lucas 8 out of 10 for his passing technique and stance. To conclude the analysis of Lucas's skill of passing, I feel that he has progressed well by practicing the techniques step by step and learning from his mistakes. Unit skill Analysis For this part of my coursework I will show you and analyse one of the unit skills we have been practicing at school. For our back row move we had a scrumhalf, a fly half, a centre, a full back and a player on the wing. Our unit skill simply consists of two dummy switches, which then leads on to a long pass to the player on the wing. The picture above shows the fly-half performing a dummy switch with the full-back. The pictures below show the fly-half performing a dummy switch with the centre. The four pictures above show the fly-half throwing a long pass to the player on the wing to successfully complete the back row move. ...read more.

Conclusion

Practice 3 The final practice is very similar to practice 1. For this exercise, you can use a club head cover, which is placed under your right armpit. In this practice you use something bigger than a credit card, as the gap shouldn't be as small as it is with your left arm and left side of the chest. This exercise is simply to help with the positioning of the arms as you perform the backswing. I found this practice useful as it helped me improve and understand where the positioning of my arms should be to perform a reasonably good backswing. The final assessment To see if my practices and analysis that I have made on myself actually worked, I did another base line test to compare how well I had improved and gave myself another mark out of 10. From these pictures, I feel that you can clearly see a big improvement to my backswing, therefore, a gave myself a good 8 out of 10. To conclude my piece of coursework on analysis of performance, I feel that I have covered all areas in able to get the best results for the performer. This was obtained by showing and telling different practices that could be taught in order for the skill to be improved. ...read more.

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