National 5 Physical Education

National 5 Physical Education

National 5 Physical Education Learning Intentions Pupils will gain a better understanding of the Mental Factors Pupils will understand how mental factors can impact performance, in both a positive and negative way. Importance of mental factors in sport?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AibWrCkYVk Mental Factors Look at the list below, which ones are mental factors? Communication Fair Play Concentration

Decision Making Relationships with others Cooperation Anxiety Levels of Arousal

Timing Motivation Processing Information Environmental Issues Mental Factors

Look at the list below, which ones are mental factors? Communication Fair Play Concentration Decision Making

Relationships with others Cooperation Anxiety Levels of Arousal Timing

Motivation Processing Information Environmental Issues Definitions Concentration: the ability to focus on the task in hand and focus for a period of time Decision Making: The process of choosing a skill,

action or option from a set of alternatives Level of Arousal: Level of excitement, anticipation, stress prior to a performance. It relates to the preparation of a performance. Concentration is the ability to focus on the task in hand and focus for a period of time Concentration

Definition = the ability to focus on the task in hand and focus for a period of time Example if you are fully focussed you will: 1. Be fully aware of environment and situation. 2. Have improved skill level within game.

3. Be able to make better decisions throughout performance. Concentration Negative Impact of poor concentration: https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=IG7q0gGMHek Positive Impact of good concentration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8ZTYCb PYeQ

Example - positive: Example of a positive impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a positive impact on my performance was concentration. Context: In golf, concentration is required when playing a shot in order to focus only on the shot your about to play rather than anything else, such as the crowd, your opponent, your last shot etc. Impact: This means that the player can focus on making

good decisions and is more likely to play the ball accurately and produce a better score for the round. Example - negative: Example of a negative impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a negative impact on my performance was concentration. Context: In badminton, during long rallies poor concentration led to poor decision making and poor shot selection..

Impact: This meant that I made a lot of simple errors through lack of concentration and I was losing several points in the game, which caused me to fall further behind my opponent in the game. Your example: Factor: Context: Impact

Decision Making Definition = The process of choosing a skill, action or option from a set of alternatives Decision Making https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge1RWoSQBvM Look at the speed of the decisions being made in this volleyball rally.

Example - positive: Example of a positive impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a positive impact on my performance was decision making. Context: In football, when attacking, I had the opportunity to shoot or to pass to my team mate. I noticed that my team mate was being marked, so I dribbled forward into the space and took a shot on goal. Impact: This resulted in me scoring for my team and

our team winning the game. Example negative: Example of a negative impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a negative impact on my performance was decision making. Context: In volleyball, the setter played the ball for me to attack. I was against a very tall blocker and tried to spike the ball, rather than tip it over the blocker.

Impact: This resulted in me playing the ball straight off the blocker and losing the point for my team. Your example: Factor: Context: Impact Level of Arousal Definition = Level of excitement, anticipation,

stress prior to a performance. It relates to the preparation of a performance. Example positive: Example of a negative impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a positive impact on my performance was level of arousal. Context: In volleyball, if I have the optimal level of arousal I am more likely to be fully focused on the match and take risks to try and win points.

Impact: This means I will be able to play more creative attacks and be able to read cues from other players in the team to set up strong attacks and win points. Example negative: Example of a negative impact on performance: Factor: A mental factor which had a negative impact on my performance was level of arousal. Context: If my level of arousal was too low in a game of basketball, I may be too relaxed before the performance.

Impact: This could result in me missing vital cues in the game and reacting too slowly when something happens. For example, if the guard called a play, I could miss this signal and run to the wrong place on court, confusing my team mates and stopping our attack. Your example: Factor: Context: Impact

Concentration Decision Making Gymnastics or dance Volleyball

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