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Study_Guide_for_Exam - KIN 340 Study Guide for Exam 1 Here is an outline of the material that is most likely to be covered in the exam However this

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KIN 340: Study Guide for Exam 1 Here is an outline of the material that is most likely to be covered in the exam. However, this list is not exhaustive and any material that was presented in class (lecture or activity) or was assigned reading may appear on the test. Intro- not in book motor/cognitive skills open/closed skills discrete, serial, continuous tasks Motor learning vs. motor performance Understand target skills, behaviors, and contexts Know what transfer of learning is near transfer vs. far transfer examples? Characteristics of the Learner 3 Stages of learning Indicators of learning, give examples Products of learning Skill presentation techniques Instructions Demonstrations modeling, types of modeling, components of effective modeling Guidance Blocked vs. random practice Which is more effective? Why? Constant vs. varied practice
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course KIN 340 taught by Professor Hepler during the Summer '07 term at Michigan State University.

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