JSL Criterion D reflecting and improving performance (Describe all 5 ATL…
JSL Criterion D reflecting and improving performance
How can ATL skills influence interpersonal skills in a badminton situation?
Describe all 5 ATL skills.
Self Management Skills are key to being successful for example Such skills as problem solving, resisting stress, communicating clearly, managing time, strengthening memory, and exercising often are all key examples of self-management skills.
Research Skills are being able to inquire and figure things out yourself by being a problem solver and a good person thinking on their feet and using initiative.
Skills is the ability to convey or share ideas and feelings effectively.
Social Skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance. Human beings are sociable creatures and we have developed many ways to communicate our messages, thoughts and feelings with others.
Thinking skills are the mental processes that we apply when we seek to make sense of experience. Thinking skills enable us to be able to think critically.
Definition of interpersonal skills.
Interpersonal skills are practically have the ability to talk and interact with other people using different kinds of communication, for example verbal and non verbal communication.
It is easy to make the connection between interpersonal skills and ATL skills. Both of them are means of skills which are useful. The ATL skills influence interpersonal skills because when using the ATL skills you can notice that you are also using interpersonal skills.
I have used badminton etiquette by respecting the referee's decisions and used active listening to do so.
Which ATL skills and interpersonal skills have I applied in the badminton activities?
As well as the basic rules of badminton and training methods , court etiquette is also very important in badminton.
When passing by a court a distance of at least one step should be maintained (for safety and to show respect for the players.
If a shuttlecock flies onto another court first offer an apology and wait until the other players stop before retrieving it (don’t let a player tread on it and get injured.
Take shuttlecocks: many players don’t take their own shuttlecocks when they play other teams and wait to use the other team’s shuttlecocks. This is a bit impolite.
If a smash hits the opponent or a lucky point is won (when the shuttlecock hits the net but still goes over, for example) a gesture of apology should be made.
When serving, pay attention to whether the opponent is ready.
When you or your partner lose a point when serving or smashing you should return the shuttlecock to your opponent not wait and let them retrieve it.
For team matches, both sides should first line up and shake hands before playing.
When the match ends, whether winning or losing, the players should shake hands; the losing side shouldn’t ignore the other out of pique. The referee should also be thanked and his/her hand shaken.
No instructions should be received during a match.
When one side is unhappy with the shuttlecock and asks you agree to it being changed, agreement should be given. If the opponent changes many times without good reason the referee will intervene.
In a formal match, if an opponent's shot is clearly out of bounds don’t play a return shot as this can be seen to be mocking your opponent.
The decisions of the referee must be respected.
Don’t hit the shuttlecock under the net when returning it to the opponent, it must be hit over the net.
Picking up the shuttlecock: If your serve fails or the shuttlecock lands in your side of the court you have to pick it up and hit it back to the opponent. This is basic etiquette.
Don’t go under the net when changing sides.
Don’t make any sounds that will put your opponent off during a match.
Wear tidy and clean sports clothes.