[2013] Lisa McIvor (11PE 2013): Self management and strategies for Rugby

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[2013] Lisa McIvor (11PE 2013): Self management and strategies for Rugby

Self management and strategies for Rugby

Seeking Feedback/ Feedforward

Risk Management

Risk management will increase my learning as I can focus on the techniques and tactics without danger, increasing my enjoyment as I will be less anxious - I measured this by giving myself a rating out of 5 for the day and getting a pair and the teacher to sign it off.

I chose seeking feedback and feedforward as I will learn what I am doing well and what i need to work on which will improve my knowlege of the game and my performance - I measured this by giving myself a rating out of 5 for the day and getting a pair and the teacher to sign it off.

As a result of seeking feedback/feedforwad, I began to notice what I needed to work on and focused on those techniques to improve my performance. I did this by continually reminded myself and by asking others to remind me as well.For example, I asked Kirsten to tell me what I needed to work on to improve my tackle - she told me to get my head and arms down - wrapping my arms around the person to tackle.

As a result of using risk management, I became cautious of those around me, handling equipment and techniques carefully to ensure the safety of my pairs. For example, when I was tackling my opposition I tried to keep my head down to get into the 'cheek to cheek' position.

Seeking feedback/feedforward had a positive effect on my participation as when i received feedback/feedforward I strived to become better at that technique, increasing the quality of my performance which made me enjoy paticipating in the activities because there was more success.

Risk Management helped me to become less paranoid about participating as using the correct techniques made me feel safe and confident to use the rugby moves with my pairs. eg. I didn't feel confident tackling my opposition, getting right own into the cheek to cheek position but after some drill and learning the technique one part at a time, I became more confident that I could do it and I participated more.

Both Risk Management and Seeking Feedback/Feedforward affected my participation in physical activity positively as I have become more confident with having the risk that I could hurt myself and possibly others. I have also become more confident with asking others to tell me what I need to work on for future improvement. The downside for both of the strategies was that I had to be cautious and mentally remind myself to use them. eg. Reminding myself to ask others for feedback.I can use these skills in the future as in order to stay safe, I must manage the risks - being cautious of those/things around me and I can also only improve by seeking feedback and feedforward eg. For my rowing I can ask my pair what I need to work on and practise that.

Teacher is telling me to stay back until halfback touches the ball

Students are demonstrating how to use techniques correctly for safety and enjoyment


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