Spring 2007 1.Which of the following attention related concepts is essential to apply to the delivery of verbal instructions about how to perform a motor skill? 2.Which of the following describes the results of research that has investigated the use of verbal instructions that direct attention to specific movement components of a skill? The instructions: 3.A beginner can benefit from observing another beginner practicing a skill especially when the observer can : 4.Observing a skilled performance is most helpful to someone learning the skill when: 5.Which of the following does NOT describe how verbal cues can assist learning in a motor skill? 6.Research that has compared the use of visual and auditory models when the skillto be learned involved moving at a criterion speed has shown that the: 7.Research has shown that to achieve the best learning of skills that require both speed and accuracy, the initial verbal instructions should emphasize 8.Verbal cues said out loud while a person is learning or performing a skill can help: Pg 326 9.Research has shown that beginners who observe other beginners practicing a skill will perform at a higher level when they begin to perform the skill than the beginners they observed. Pg 316
10.Demonstration should be the preferred method of providing information about how to perform a motor skill a.i. Pg 309 a.ii. 11.Verbal instructions that direct the performer’s attention to the intended movementoutcomes will lead to better learning and performance than instructions that direct attention to the movements used to perform the skill Pg 320
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