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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2009Q5 Choose one activity. (a) Describe one method you used to collect data about your whole performance. 4 (b ) in

Now describe one method you used to collect data about a specific skill your performance.

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(c)

Explain why both methods you used to collect data were appropriate.

(d )

Describe, in detail, an improvement programme you used to develop your skills and techniques. 5

(e)

Describe the changes to your whole performance, after completing your improvement programme.

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4 (20) SQA2009Q6 Choose one activity. (a) Describe the strengths and weaknesses in your performance.

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(b )

Select a skill or technique you found difficult to perform. Describe two methods of practice you used to develop this skill or technique. Give specific examples.

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(c)

What effect did the methods of practice have on your whole performance? 4

(d )

Explain how you used the principles of effective practice when developing your skill or technique. 4

(e)

Choose one of the factors from the list below. Motivation

in

Concentration

Feedback

Explain why it was important in the development of the skill or technique your performance. 1


Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques 4 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2008Q5 Choose one activity. (a)

With reference to the list below, describe what makes a skilled performance. • • • •

Fluency Controlled movement Decision making Appropriate skills and technique 5

(b)

Describe your performance in relation to the skilled performance in Part (a).

(c)

Describe how you planned a programme if improvement.

(d)

How did the improvement programme help your whole performance?

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What would you now regard as your development needs to further improve your performance? 3 (20)

SQA2008Q5 Choose one activity. (a)

Describe one skill or technique that you regard as a weakness in your performance. 4

(b)

Describe the methods you used to analyse the weaknesses identified in Part (a).

(c)

Describe two methods of practice you used to develop the skill or technique you identified as a weakness in Part (a).

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Explain why these two methods helped to improve the weakness in your skill or technique. 4

(e)

Choose one of the following factors. • • •

Motivation Concentration Feedback

Explain the importance of this factor in your performance. 4 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2007Q5 Choose one activity (a) Select a skill or technique that you have learned in this activity. Describe, in detail, this skill or technique. 4 (b) How did you collect information on the skill or technique chosen in Part (a)? 3 (c) Describe two methods of practice you used to develop your skill or technique chosen in Part (a). Give examples of the practices used. 5 (d) When learning a new skill or technique you would have been performing at the preparation (cognitive) stage of learning. Identify methods of practice suitable to this stage of learning. Explain why they are appropriate. 4 (e) Within your programme of work, what principles of effective practice did you consider? How did they help you develop your skill or technique? 4 (20) SQA2007Q6 Choose one activity (a) From this activity describe two skills or techniques, one that you performed well and one that was in need of improvement. (b) (c) (d) (e)

4 What effect did the skill or technique you performed well have on your whole performance? 4 What effect the skill or technique that was in need of improvement have on your performance? 4 To further develop the skill or technique you performed well, outline a programme of work. 4 How did you make sure your programme of work was effective? 4 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2006Q5 Choose one activity. (a) Choose a skill or technique that you found difficult to perform. Describe the specific part(s) that you had difficulty with. 4 (b) Describe in detail an improvement programme you used to develop a skill or technique which you found difficult to perform. 5 (c) Describe how you used one of the following during your programme. • • •

Motivation Feedback Concentration 4

(d) How did the factor chosen in Part (c) benefit you during your programme? 4 (e) Choose another factor from Part (c) and explain briefly its importance in developing your performance. 3 (20) SQA2006Q6 Choose one activity. (a) Describe the essential skills or techniques required to perform well in this activity. 4 (b) Using one of the following: • • •

mechanical analysis movement analysis consideration of quality

give details of how you gathered information on one of the skills selected in Part (a). 4 (c) What methods of practice did you use to develop this skill or technique? Give examples. 4 (d) How did you make sure the practices were effective? 4 (e) How did you monitor the effect these practices had on your whole performance? 4 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2005Q5 Choose one activity. (a) From this activity, choose two skills or techniques where you achieved some success. For each of the skills or techniques, describe one method you have used to gather data. The methods should be different. 4 (b) Why were each of the methods used to gather data suitable? 4 (c) Choose one of the skills or techniques from Part (a). Give reasons why you were successful when performing this skill or technique. 4 (d) Explain why this helped your whole performance. 3 (e) Describe a programme of work you could use to maintain or further develop your level of success in the selected skill/technique. 5 (20 SQA2005Q6 Choose one activity. (a) Choose a skill or technique that was a weakness in your performance. Explain why this skill or technique was weak. 4 (b) Describe, briefly, the progressive practices you used to develop this skill/ technique. 4 (c) How did you ensure the effectiveness of your practices? 4 (d) In the development of skill and the refinement of technique, factors can influence practice and performance. For example, motivation, feedback and concentration. Choose one of these factors and explain how it affected the way you carried out your practices. 6 (e) Why is it important to review your performance regularly? 2 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2004Q5 (a) Choose one activity. Describe a skill or technique which was a strength in your performance. 4 (b) How did the strength described in Part (a) make your whole performance more effective? 4 (c) From the same activity, describe a skill or technique which was less effective in your performance. What effect did this have on your whole performance? 4 (d) Choose two of the following methods of practice. solo

partner

gradual build-up

group

opposed

whole-part-whole

unopposed

drills

repetition practices conditioned games

training routines

small-sided games

How did these methods of practice help develop the skill or technique described in Part (c)? 5 (e) Give details of how you used progression in your practices to develop your performance. 3 (20)

SQA2004Q6 (a) Choose one activity. How did you collect information in relation to the skills and/or technique required for an effective performance? 4 (b) Describe, in detail, the information you collected. 4 (c) Why was this collection of information useful? 3 (d) Describe, in detail, an improvement programme that you carried out based on the information you collected in Part (b). 5 (e) How and when did you review your performance? 4 (20)

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Intermediate 2 Skills and Techniques SQA2003Q5 (a) Choose one activity. Choose one skill that you performed well. Describe the effect this skill had on your whole performance. 4 (b) Choose a weak skill from the same activity. How did this skill affect your whole performance ? 4 (c) How did you collect information about the weak skill chosen in Part (b)? 4 (d) Describe, in detail, a programme of work you used to improve the weak skill identified in Part (b). 5 (e) How did your overall performance improve? 3 (20)

SQA2003Q6 (a) Choose an activity. You will have obtained information using one of the following methods of analysis: • mechanical analysis • movement analysis • consideration of quality • Give specific examples of how you used this method of analysis. 4 (b) Choose one skill from your activity. Give examples of the results you obtained from the method of analysis you used in Part (a). 4 (c) Describe how this skill affected your whole performance. 4 (d) Describe, in detail, one method of practice you used to develop one skill in this activity. 4 (e) How did you make sure your practice was effective? 4 (20)

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