|1.||Present a clear coherent and independent exposition of knowledge and ideas in skill acquisition and biomechanics;|
|2.||Classify and analyse the performance of movement skills in physical activity and sport using skill acquisition and biomechanical principles;|
|3.||Determine changes in skill acquisition and performance in children;|
|4.||Apply biomechanical and skill acquisition principles to analyse, develop, and refine movement for participation and performance in a range of physical activities; and|
|5.||Develop understanding to support learners to acquire, apply and evaluate movement skills, concepts, and strategic awareness in order to respond creatively and competently in a variety of physical activity contexts and settings.|
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