5.1.1 - Define the term Skill 5.1.2 - Describe the different types of skill. 5.1.3 - Outline the different approaches to classifying motor skills. 5.1.4 - Compare skill profiles for contrasting sports. 5.1.5 - Outline Ability 5.1.6 - Distinguish between Fleishman’s physical proficiency abilities (physical factors) and perceptual motor abilities (psychomotor factors) 5.1.7 - Define the term Technique. 5.1.8 - State the relationship between ability, skill, and technique. 5.1.9 - Discuss the differences between a skilled and novice performer.
5.2.1 - Describe a simple model of information processing 5.2.2 - Describe Welford’s model of information processing 5.2.3 - Outline the components associated with sensory input. 5.2.4 - Explain the signal-detection process. 5.2.5 - Distinguish between the characteristics of short-term sensory store, short-term memory and long-term memory. 5.2.6 - Discuss the relationship between selective attention and memory. 5.2.7 - Compare different methods of memory improvement. 5.2.8 - Define the term Response Time 5.2.9 - Outline factors that determine response time. 5.2.10 - Evaluate the concept of the psychological refractory period. (PRP) 5.2.11 - Describe a motor program. 5.2.12 - Compare motor programs from both open and closed loop perspectives. 5.2.13 - Outline the role of feedback in information processing models. 5.2.14 - Outline the role of feedback with the learning process.
5.3.1 - Distinguish between learning and performance 5.3.2 - Describe the phases (stages) of learning. 5.3.3 - Outline the different types of learning curves. 5.3.4 - Discus the factors that contribute to the different rates of learning. 5.3.5 - Define the concept of Transfer 5.3.6 - Outline the types of transfer 5.3.7 - Outline the different types of practice 5.3.8 - Explain the different types of presentation. 5.3.9 - Outline the spectrum of teaching styles.