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HUMAN PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT.
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is two fold
The first part reflects your learning regarding your performance during the self directed outdoor pursuits. This should refer to aspects of exercise physiology, skills acquisition, biomechanics, equipment, nutrition and psychology.
The second part of this assignment allows you to take a closer look at one outdoor pursuit, an aspect of it or contrast two pursuits, and apply a theoretical base to actual practice.
What do I have to do?
You are required write up your reflections regarding your levels of performance during the range of outdoor activities experienced throughout self directed learning. This must refer to aspects of human performance theory such as; exercise physiology, skills acquisition, biomechanics, equipment, nutrition and psychology.
For the second part you are required to prepare a detailed analysis of an outdoor activity and review this against available literature, comparing theory to actual practice you have personally observed.
It is permissible to study contrasting aspects of one activity (eg forward paddle strokes while kayaking on flat water and moving water), or to contrast the requirements of two activities (eg endurance for long-distance tramping compared with long-distance kayaking). The study of the energy requirement or physiological differences between carrying ones pack while tramping verses carrying your load while mountain biking or sea kayaking is also a suitable topic. The study should be based on students’ own performance.
Length of study: (part a) 2500 words min.
Length of study: (part b) 2000 words min. – 2500 max.
Criteria for assessment:
Part a (10 marks available) 2500 words
15 days (15 different outdoor activities) logged
Analysis of each day from human performance standpoint.
Part b (30 marks available) 2000 words
Clarity and coherence of objectives
Breadth and depth of literature review
Appropriateness of methodology
Consistent application of methodology
Clarity of presentation of results
Depth and clarity in discussion of results.
Appropriateness of conclusions
Standard of expression and presentation of study.