Why are sport specific skills important?
specific skills in sports are important because skills turn into performance. Such as athletic ability, knowledge, experience and God given ability. Examples are leaping, speed, coordination and teamwork :)
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i play soccer and i know you need: footwork skills (like passing, driblling with your head UP) speed you need to b strong agressive you cant ever be tired when you throw the ball inbounds, (strong arms)
Answer . The good point guards are: Great passers, leaders, unselfish, can lead the offense and make smart plays, and are reliable in clutch situations..it also helps if you have an awesome ability to get lucky as poop like Steve Nash and my friend Brandon Stephens
you need know how to play sport and be confident with children and enthusiastic about your job.
Not exactly, but you must be able to run for long periods of time. You also must have some foot skills, in order to dribble the ball around a player. But overall, soccer is a fun sport for anyone.
As required in all kind of excellence, " Clarity of thought and action". This can be a very long answer but I will keep it as brief as possible using bullet points. . Take a class on photography This will help you work closely with others learning and you have the advice from a teacher/pr…ofessional who will be able to help you troubleshoot later on when you are trying to learn this skill. Photography class also gives you a good idea on history, facts, tips and various other useful facts you wouldn't learn unless working closely with other experienced photographers. . Books and reading There are a number of great books out there that can help one learn about photography and cameras. Your library or local book store would be the best place to look. . Decent gear Photography isn't as pricey as some other skills but there is always an alternative to saving a few extra bucks. If you are responsible and have good credit there are camera stores out there who will let you finance your gear. Used camera's, 35mm or digital are a good way to go, buy from a store with a good reputation. Remember film and developing costs. Digital format is more widely used nowadays and makes learning manual shooting easier and faster than waiting to develop film. . Dedication and Practice No one can learn anything if you don't have the dedication and practice to develop your skill. . Business Most of photography is dealing with clients and working with other people. You will learn that once you have a good foundation on photography the majority of your work will be in business practices that you have with your clients and others. It is also important to be as professional as possible. Have a portfolio with your best work. Less is more sometimes, so be picky with what you use in your portfolio. Your portfolio and professionalism will be the first things your clients judge when they meet you. Have planned out pricing and proper scheduling. Waivers are also very important, property releases and model releases are essential in wanting to do print or stock photography. Copy writing your photos is important too, and its very inexpensive. . What kind of photographer do you want to be? A lot of your experience will be based off of what kind of photography you are interested in getting into. If you want to do wedding photography I would try to become a second shooter or an assistant for an established experienced wedding photographer. If you like Journalistic photography try joining the campus paper or local paper. If you like sports photography attend events and talk to other photographers in the field. You need to talk to other photographers to know whats in, out and about. The skills and experiences needed to become a photographer varies and is based solely on your actions in what you do, see and learn. ( Full Answer )
In addition to being knowledgeable about the subjects they teach, teachers must have the ability to communicate, inspire trust and confidence, and motivate students, as well as understand the students' educational and emotional needs. Teachers must be able to recognize and respond to individual and …cultural differences in students and employ different teaching methods that will result in higher student achievement. They should be organized, dependable, patient, and creative. Teachers also must be able to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with other teachers, support staff, parents, and members of the community. Private schools associated with religious institutions also desire candidates who share the values that are important to the institution. ( Full Answer )
It doesn't. It teaches you to play by the rules and work as a team against another team. Or if you're a spectator, it teaches you to make annoying grunting noises, drink all the beer, and be an all-around jerk.
In the arts one must have a still and calm hand to do one's work finely and with care. One must have a lot of patience because if one wants to make his work nice he has to take his time. One must always see improvements that can be made and try to keep to his plan, this can actually be quite hard. O…ne must also make the right decisions to make the work look the best possible. ( Full Answer )
Open skills include golf, netball, cricket, hocket etc. In these games the person performing the skill can be influenced by factors such as the wind or crowd.
Well, Running, jumping, and being strong in your arms and legs is a good place to start.
First Answer: What time is good to take a picture? When the sun's......facing you or whatever way shall it have to face so a picture will not be blurry.. Another Answer: The single most important skill needed for a successful photographer is the ability to see, really "see light" and its rela…tionship to the subject. The photographer's mastery of light begins with being able to see it. (There has been to my knowledge at least one legally blind successful photographer, so the ability to "see light" is not necessarily limited to the fully sighted.) (Sometimes you can't see the light before the photo is recorded, such as when you use flash. Then you must develop the skill of anticipating the effect of light.) The second most important skill you must acquire is the ability to capture - record - the light that you see. Both skills can be learned, and in my experience one compliments the other. All other skills are peripheral, but all can be learned, such as composition, color sense, the competence to use Photoshop or other image manipulating software, or the development of film or prints. Please don't make the mistake of thinking that cameras matter. They matter only insofar as they enhance or limit your ability to capture on film or sensor the light that you see on your subject. They are all essentially recording devices. The finest camera in the world (and what that is, is a subject for vigorous, endless debate) will not make a great photograph by itself. That's why the learned skill of seeing light is so important. Cameras can make it easier, or harder, to accomplish what you envision, but my teachers always equated cameras with hammers: if you don't know how to use one, you'll hit your thumb. How you teach your mind and eye to see light is a subject beyond words, but you can start by looking at pictures. Study where the light is coming from. How does the light strike the subject? How does the light separate the subject from the background? Is the light flat, or does it surround and define? Look at the shadow. The shadow can tell you a lot about the angle of the light. Go to an art museum and look, really look at old masters, painters and photographers both. You can also find pictures on line or in magazines. Images are everywhere. Study them. If you like something, try to figure out why you like it. When you're outside, look at the scene. Does it catch your attention? Why? Does the light look different before ten in the morning or after four in the afternoon? Do an exercise: pick any scene on a sunny day and photograph it, say, every couple of hours all day, from early morning to dusk. Which pictures of the same scene look better? Why? What is it about the changing angle of the light that makes the scene more or less interesting? Finally, take lots of pictures! If you have a digital camera and a computer, there is nothing to limit you. Keep your camera with you and use it. Pocketable cameras are particularly handy. You don't need to print a single photograph. Upload what you've shot and look at it, really look at it. Does this one work? Why? Does it not work? Why not? Taking classes or joining a photo club work absolute wonders. Having a seasoned instructor, opening yourself to peer review, looking at and discussing your own and the work of others all are invaluable aids in learning to see, really see.. ( Full Answer )
Soft skills include good communication skills, presentation skills and corporate manners. hard skills include technical skills, management skills. almost all corporates expect both the skills as business involves both soft skills and hard skills
The specific skills that are required to become an engineerincluded study in math's and science. Analytical skills arecompulsory for a good engineer.
The most important is being able to impart the knowledge you have gained through study to students in a way that understandable, and know how to impart knowledge and be able to break down information into easily understood pieces of information, while imparting the knowledge in a subtle and interest…ing way. There are people who know lots of things, but because they do not have the gift of teaching, they cannot impart this knowledge to students despite their knowledge and intellect. University Professors are a classic example of this, they can unknowingly make it very difficult for people to learn and understand information which they are trying to share in lectures, because alot of them are lousy teachers, great intellect, but no so good at imparting the information in an efficient way during lectures. ( Full Answer )
This is a very hard question to answer. The reason this is so is because virtually any skill level in a sport depends upon the brilliance of the current leaders in it AND it depends upon the overall number of partidipants in that sport from which to consider the 'brilliance' levels: for instance, …if there were only 10 participants in a sport, then no matter how much better the very best in that activity was compared with the others, you would have to question whether his skill level, and therefore, by inference, what the 'benchmark' requirements in skill were for that sport compared with [say] another sport where there were 3 million participants in it from which to choose the benchmark skill level or top performance would be a fair comparison. Usually, the accepted leader in any field tends to set the skill level benchmark for that sport at that point in time and often for comparing future skill levels. So from that aspect, one might say that when Michael Jordan was playing basketball, the most skilful sport in the world was probably basketball because of his absolute genius and dominance in it and the sport had a very high level of participation from which to measure and draw a top skilled performance. From another viewpoint, one might suggest that the most skilful sport might be that which requires the greatest range of body parts in use directly related to meaningful outcomes or which can be used to directly affect 'the score' and the complexity of the requirements in control and perhaps the greatest variety of manouvres available for execution. So, if someone had invented a single sport that required a combination of [say] horse-riding skills, hitting-batting skills using an impliment, kicking skills (especially of an oval ball, for instance), catching skills, group skills and individual play, as well as [say] some incorporation of motorbike/cycling aspects, any person capable of mastering all of that armoury under competitive-sports 'pressure' conditions would be a very skilled person indeed. [All we need to do now is introduce a helicopter!] Now, for my mind, although no such sport exists, sports such as Australian football require a great similar armoury of skills: eg. play is with an oval ball; kicking and catching skills are high profile in this game and must be executed under considerably competitive-pressure conditions. Tackling and therefore, counter-tackling skills are required. Besides kick-passing of the oval ball, the ball is also be passed by hand to other players, but only if held in one hand and punched from it by the other - usually under 'pressure' conditions. Another skill is running with the ball: it must be bounced every 15 metres (used to be every 10 yards) I can only think that compared with our model game [above], it is missing the requirement of batting with an impliment! One also needs to be extremely fit to play this game well - it is played on a cricket field. Having said all this, I have seen some extremely skilful hurling games! Other than an actual game, the only other "sport" I can think of whcih requires a very wide range of skills and executions is "the decathlon", which is really a series of 10 varying athletic events. Athletes who can perform in this event are highly skilled indeed!! Another might be Olympic gymnastics, which requires ability and execution in a wide ranging arsenal of full body movement and potentially dangerous skills. ( Full Answer )
Team Sports - You can build leadership, determination, teamwork and cooperation. Individual Sports - You can build individual work ethic, self confidence and responsibility.
Nothing different than other sports players. they are just better or more experienced at that sport
a general skill sharpened to work in a specific field .For instance,the general skill of leading a team becomes the specific skills.
The basic skill is that you need concentration and motivation and you will be fine
Excellent math skills are needed. Excellent problem solving skills are needed. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) are extremely important. Task prioritization skills are helpful. Time management skills are helpful.
Nurses should be caring, sympathetic, responsible, and detail oriented. They must be able to direct or supervise others, correctly assess patients' conditions, and determine when consultation is required. They need emotional stability to cope with human suffering, emergencies, and other stresses. .… There are three options to become a registered nurse as follows. . diploma program (typically three years, not recommended for individuals who do not have an already existing degree) associate degree (two years as a full-time student once the student starts the professional phase of the program) bachelor's degree (BSN) (four years as a full-time student) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated at the bottom of this answer box. ( Full Answer )
confident, determination, courage, and respect Well I myself was I vice-captain of Netball. The other girls were jelish because I was jumping around saying OMG I am vice-captain. You can do that to but don't do it over and over again. You don't really need skills to be a successful sports leader, al…l you have to do is know your part very well and do it well and act like a sports leader. Even though i wasn't captain i still coach the girls on, on the side-line. So hopefully that will make you a better sports leader. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
If you know what your doing and can handly a team,no alll the rules then good
Almost all sports require some sort of skill some require more than others but soccer is probably the most skill requiring sport out there. Other sports require quite a bit of luck like baseball and others require lots of strength like football and rugby.
Transferable skills are acquired from past jobs and specific skills are general skills sharpen to work in a specific field.
The question is clear it wants YOUR input. Think about the response and how you will validate it if asked to give an example of when you used that skill effectively.
The skeleton sport involves racing down an icy track, head first ona small sled. Some of the strengths needed for this sport includestrength to keep your body straight as you race down the track, andspeed so the racer can get a good running start before getting onthe sled.
They really don't, though sports DO serve an important role in maintaining the health of participants, as well as providing an excellent means for them to learn how to cheat and not get caught (since winning is what counts).
soccer. it helps the kids with social skills and works the body. It will also help with hand eye coordination. If you are goaly. There are 4 positions on the field... Forward, Mid-Field, Defence, and Goaly. Forward- Takes the ball up the field and scores. Mid-Field- Assistist with moving the ball up… and scores. Defence- keeps the ball up the field and helps the goal defend the goal. Goaly- this is the most important player on the team. He is the ONLY one allowed to touch the ball with his/her hands. he/she keeps the ball from going into the net. ( Full Answer )
Outside of the specific professional skills, Nurses should be caring, sympathetic, responsible, and detail oriented. They must be able to direct or supervise others, correctly assess patients' conditions, and determine when consultation is required. They need emotional stability to cope with human s…uffering, emergencies, and other stresses. ( Full Answer )
Technical skills are the steps or procedures to move your body to complete a task that needs to be achieved. You can find an article on humankinetics.com
football as the foot is the hardest part of your body to use and run with at the same time
strength , sportsmanship , self confidence , discipline , and everything else you can imagine
Breakdown of kinetic movement of a team sport skill. how is a skill performed and why is it performed in this manner. how does the bodies' movement affect the performance of a specific skill?
I'm doing the same essay:( idk and we have to turn it in tomorrw :'(((((
Skill feedback is the type of feedback used to help improve ones physical skill within a sport. For example when someone performs a specific skill, ie kicking a soccer ball, a coach may watch his set up, approach, contact, and follow through to thus look for areas of error that effect that individua…ls kick. Thus skill feedback is, information given from someone else, or maybe even yourself after analyzing a particualr skill. ( Full Answer )
Have more social confidence in yourself. Build comfort between your peers. Invest in the right relations.
Your question isn't very thorough. Usually Writing, Spelling, Cutting, Gluing, the simple skills you use in elementary school.
There are different skills involved in different sports but skills needed for all sports are: - Co Operation - Stamina However for indivdual sports such as running you would need speed or when playing basketball you would need speed, hand eye co ordination and other skills.
Well, to tell you the truth not really. It helps with hand-eye coordination, also if you do it enough you can get fit
Word Processing programs such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft Works, any spreadsheet program, PowerPoint programs. Generally anything that can possibly be used in a work environment from typing programs to C++ Coding.
You do not have to have skills to be an ATHELETE. All you have to do is believe in your self and not listen what anybody else says or thinks. You have to have heart. That is pretty much it...
So you know how to do interesting things that you should be able to experience and it is very important
Basicly Skill Points are how good you are in a Sport. If you Manage to get 1,000 Skill Points you reach PRO ranking
None! It seems like it sometimes but there are classes you can take and tests you have to pass before you can be a sports official.
While their are certainly many characteristics that would constitute skill they would vary from sport to sport. In general strength, speed, agility, hand-eye coordination, and intelligence would be the measures of a fine athlete.
They mostly focus on the sport soccer. They also focus on jockeys and horse racing. But the main theme for soccer am is the sport soccer. Sometimes they even might focus on football players.
It is the ability to perform well and excel in sports, and this comes with training and practice
The nubians actually originate in the country of Afghanistanian Iraq. They were very skilled at the Rifle Butt, in this sport they hit each other in the face with their rifles. Who ever died loses. Your welcome all, im glad i could help :)
Well, it is different for different sports. For example, if you aredoing soccer, three skills are receiving the ball, passing, andshooting the ball. Some sports and also needed in soccer, you'dneed speed. But not all sports need speed. For example, squash.Well, you kinda do need speed. But not that …much. You just have toknow how to go back and forth the court and have arm stregth to hitthe ball as in tennis. This may not be the six basic sports skill,but hopefully it will help. ( Full Answer )
Patience - to keep a child occupied. Observance - to monitor thechild. Tolerance - to cope with a crying child.... and somefirst-aid skills - in case the child injures itself in your care.