Using YouTube or another site, find and upload an instructional video for a particular motor skill you are familiar with. What aspects of the video exhibit proper motor skill instruction? What aspects of the video demonstrate improper or limited motor skill instruction? Provide specific examples and explain your reasoning. Focus more on how the instruction is delivered, not necessarily the knowledge of the instructor.
In any motor skill the main aim of an individual is to get use to the repetition of the task, he is performing. In many ways the skills could be adopted and an individual can get used to it. The video under discussion explains about the kids trying to get use to a proper sidestepping motor skills over the cones. The main aim of this discussion will help in understanding the way through which the proper motor skill implementation could be performed.
It is known that in every sport there are some minor as well as major motor skills adaptation required for example in football there is a requirement of the motor skill but not as much as per required in the karate and gymnasium. In the current video the kids are getting trained to the sidestepping motor skill properly which is highly helpful in a number of daily life activities. In gymnasium the motor skills are developed by these kind of activities. The instructions are straight forward according to the requirements of the side skipping. One child is perfectly performing the sidestepping while the other one is on the training stage. The trainer is available for their ease and his moves are highly helpful for the kids.
The instructions are provided in this video are that the person who is training was demonstrating himself to perform, it is appositive and highly effective way to help the trainees. It is also observed that the sidestepping over the cones was required but everyone was trying it beside the cones.
Motor skill training. (2012). Gross Motor Skills: Cones Sideways Cognitive Motor Skills Activities to Develop Fine Motor Skills. YouTube. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpgIPX0UUDc
Lee, M. J., Lloyd, D. G., Lay, B. S., Bourke, P. D., & Alderson, J. A. (2013). Effects of different visual stimuli on postures and knee moments during sidestepping. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(9), 1740-1748.