Kin Exam 3 Questions - Kin Exam 3 Questions 1 A beginner can benefit from observing another beginner practice a skill especially when the observer can a

Kin Exam 3 Questions - Kin Exam 3 Questions 1 A beginner...

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Kin Exam 3 Questions 1.A beginner can benefit from observing another beginner practice a skill especially when the observer can 2.Research that has comparedthe use of visualand auditorymodels when the skill to be learned involved moving at a criterion speed has shown that the 3.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 4.The view that modeling benefits skill learning because the model helps the learner develop an accessible representationin memory that will serve as aguide for performing the skill is known as 5.Verbal cuessaid out loud while a person is learning of performing a skill can help 6.Verbal instructions that direct the performer’s attention to the intended movement outcomes will lead to better learning and performance than instructions that direct attention to the movement used to perform the skill 7.When augmented feedbacktellsthe performer about movement characteristics which produced the movement outcome, the type of augmented feedback is known as 8.If you are told “your accuracy score was 16on that attempt”, the type of augmented feedback you received is known as 9.Verbal cues seem to work because they 10. Research has shown that beginnerswho observeother beginnerspracticing a skill will perform at a higher level when they begin to perform the skill than the beginners observed 11. To help beginning dancerslearn the rhythmic structure of a dance routine, either auditory or visual demonstration will be similarly effective for learning 12. When augmentedfeedbackserves to encourage a person to continue striving to achieve a performance goal, the augmented feedback functions as 13. Quantitative KR leads to better motor skill learning than qualitative KR
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