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York University
Kinesiology & Health Science
KINE 3020
Merv Mosher

Questions for Reading 71Why would an expertskilled performer have difficulty teaching a beginner an activityThis difficulty is due in part to the experts failure to understand how the beginner approaches performing the skill each time he or she tries it In other words the expert has difficulty behaving like a beginner2Someone has suffered a stroke and has lost their ability to walk How must a physiotherapist approach skill acquisition To facilitate successful skill acquisition the teacher coach or therapist must consider the point of view of the student or patient and ensure that instructions feedback and practice conditions are in harmony with the persons needs Because the patient was skilled prior to the stroke in both cases you must approach skill acquisition from the perspective of the beginner3What purpose would splitting a fairly large physical education class into smaller more homogeneous groups serve in both teaching and acquiring skillsThe teacher may place students who exhibit high initial performance levels into one group those who exhibit poor initial performance levels into another group and so on4a According to Paul Fitts and Michael Posner what is the first stage of learning called Cognitive stageb What is performance during this stage largely marked byPerformance during this first stage is marked by a large number of er
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