City Colleges of Chicago Harold Washington College Performance of Athletes Discussion

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Glossary of Terms & Chapter 1 Questions (150 points)

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The purpose of this assignment is to familiarize you with terms used throughout this textbook and class. In addition, you will become familiar with how to apply them in sport and PE. Finally, you will need to test your cognitive knowledge of the chapter by answering questions throughout. This assignment should be typed in a Word document to submit to D2L.
Part 1:
1. In your own words, but referencing where you found the information, define the following terms from chapter 1.
2. Provide an example of the term in relation to sport, PE, or PA.
3. Provide a reason why or how this activity aligns with the term
Example: 1) Motor skill: has an end goal, must use the body or limb movements to complete the goal, it is voluntary because I am controlling the movement, and it needs to be practiced and learned (Coker, 2018). 2) A ballet sequence of 4 steps. 3) The goal is to complete the sequence of steps using my entire body, it is voluntary because I am choosing to move the body, and I had to learn and practice it before performing the final outcome.
Chapter 1 terms (10 points each):
1. Process assessment
2. Product assessment
3. Motor skills
4. Fine motor skills
5. Gross motor skills
6. Discrete skill
7. Serial skill
8. Continuous skill
9. Closed skills
10. Open skills
Part 2:
Complete the following cerebral challenges and questions from chapter 1:
Cerebral Challenge 1.2 (10 points)
Determine whether each of the following skills would be classified as a fine (F) or gross (G) motor skill or has elements of both (B). Using a capital, bolded letter, label each skill next to the activity listed (i.e. G)
a. Signing a checke. Tackling
b. Dribbling a basketballf. Making a surgical incision
c. Throwing a discusg. Picking up a paper clip
d. Walking with crutchesh. Setting a volleyball
Cerebral Challenge 1.3 (10 points)
Categorize each of the following skills as discrete (D), serial (S), or continuous (C). Using a capital, bolded letter, label each skill next to the activity listed (i.e. D)
a. Triple jumpe. Gymnastics vault
b. Crochet shotf. Transfer from wheelchair to bed
c. Punting a football g. Walking with assisted walking device
d. Lungesh. Cross-country skiing
Cerebral Challenge 1.4 (15 points)
1. Determine where along the closed–open continuum the following skills fall, by labeling in bold, next to each statement. (i.e. open)
a. Walking with a cane through a crowded mall
b. BMX racing
c. Playing a video game
d. Guiding a patient through proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) exercises
e. Hitting a ball from a tee
f. Hitting a pitched ball
g. Mowing the lawn
h. Snowboarding
i. Balancing on a wobble board
2. Jose has been driving since he was 16. Now, in college, he wants to buy a certain car, but it has a manual transmission. He has never driven a manual stick shift before and has asked if you will teach him. You agree. Rank the following settings for Jose’s first lesson, with 1 being the best and 3 being the worst. Explain your rankings in complete sentences.
a.On a rural road
b.In an empty parking lot
c.In city traffic
Cerebral Challenge 1.5 (15 points)
Determine whether each of the items listed below would be considered as a regulatory (R) or non-regulatory (N) condition for dart throwing. Using a capital, bolded letter, label each skill next to the activity listed (i.e. R)
a.Height of the dartboard
b.Crowd noise
c.Distance from the dartboard
d.Sharpness of the dart tip
2. Identify at least one regulatory condition for each of the following.
a. Performing a bicep curl
b. Hiking along a forest trail
c. Diving from a springboard
d. Cross-country skiing
e. Stepping onto an escalator
f. Picking up your change from a counter
g. Dusting the furniture in your house
h. Retrieving your suitcase from a baggage carrousel



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