Difference in Difficulties Between Open and Closed Skills

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Difference in Difficulties Between Open and Closed Skills

AIM: The aim of this experiment was to show the difference in

difficulties between open and closed skills.

HYPOTHESIS:I expect that most people would do well in the closed

skills, and find it more difficult as the skills opened up.

METHOD:

- Task 1 was an open goal with the ball not moving to start.

- Task 2 a goalie was added.

- Task 3 a ball feeder was added to roll the ball to the kicker.

- Task 4 the ball feeder had to change the speed, position and could

roll or bounce the ball.

RESULTS:

Name

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 4

Matt

5

0

3

2

Josh

5

3

1

1

Carly

4

3

0

0

Bryn

5

3

0

3

Talia

4

1

0

0

Jarred

5

2

2

0

Average

4.66

2

1

1

Average for group 2

4.66

2

1

0.6

DISCUSSION:

1: The first task is as closed as we went, there were no variables.

The second task opened up a bit adding the goalie as a variable. The

third task opened up again adding a ball feeder as anther variable.

The fourth task opened up as far as we were going to open it by adding

the varying ball feeding.

CLOSED Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Task 4 OPEN [IMAGE]

2: The attitude would be the main reason for missing the first goal.

Although some people may not know how to kick the ball as straight as

others.

3: Because some goalies are better than others, and if you change

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