Associative Learner

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Associative learner
1. Performances are becoming more consistent as motor programmes are being formed. 2. simpler parts of the skill now look fluent and are well learned, the more complex elements requires most of the spare attention. Strength of performance

1. CPR
* Correct hand position
* Use of two hands
* Hands in line with nipples(if not cause damage and won’t force bloody around) Tactical
* Knows theory behind CPR
* Specialist vocab such as; chin lift, finger sweep and look, listen, feel Fitness
* Very easy to become out of breath during CPR
* Candidate does not ↑
* Could over an extended period of time

2. During performing a rescue with flotation device
* Quick and easy interception of casualty
* Non-contact tow
* Very good communication skills (calm casualty down)(good in long-term) * Kept distance from casualty (reduce risk on herself)
* Used length of floatation device
* Switched from LS Backstroke to side stroke (more efficient and faster)

3. Performing a reach rescue
* Again quick to act
* Good positioning
* Again vocal in calming the casualty
* Good position before handing reach pole to casualty (stable and secure) Fitness
* Shows no sign of being physically exerted

Weaknesses of performance
1. Creating floatation device using clothing
Weak skill because
* Takes extended period of time to create
* Number of efforts
* Correct arm technique but not leg
* She is executing breastbone kick should be egg beater kick * Not physically strong enough to tread water with just breastroke kick * Egg beater would reduce bobbing action in water (easier to catch air) Fitness

* Fitness not high enough to perform breastroke kick
* If fitness was higher could use breastroke other wise use eggbeater

2. Execution of shallow water dive
* Performs a number of...
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