Questionnaire Online Child-Centered Coaching Course Questionnaire All questions are worth 1 mark. All questions have one answer unless noted otherwise. Open up a new tab in your browser so that you can look through the course content for your answers whilst you take the quiz. YOU MUST COMPLETE THE QUESTIONNAIRE IN ONE GO - you cannot logout and then resume where you left off. It might help to make a note of your answers as you go in case you need to take a break or get logged out of the questionnaire for any reason. When you have finished, make sure to click the submit button at the end of the questionnaire. You will be notified of your result immediately after submitting your questionnaire. Name E-mail -Tick to confirm that this name is the one you want on your certificate and the e-mail that you want course completion confirmation sent to. 1. In Module 1, Clip 1, what did the children think are the benefits of being listened to? a. ‘We felt good about ourselves’ b. ‘It shows that they care for you’ c. ‘It made us try harder'2. What are the benefits to us as coaches when we listen? It gives us time to think about other things. It can relieve us of the burden of needing to know all of the answers. It can make us feel good about ourselves.3. If we imagine ourselves in the shoes of the children we are coaching and try to see the world through their eyes, what quality are we demonstrating? Empathy Patience Integrity4. When we are fully listening to children we are; Both hearing and understanding them. Able to start thinking of other things to say. Hearing what they are saying.5. When others are speaking research shows that we pay more attention to ‘what’ they are saying than we do to their body language and ‘how’ they are saying it. This is; Neither False True6. After interviewing 63 of the World’s top athletes, David Hemery discovered that the two most important attitudinal factors common to all of them were; Desire and Determination Effort and Detachment Awareness and Responsibility7. Kinaesthetic awareness is the awareness of; Our Environment Other Bodily sensations8. Awareness-raising questions generally begin with; What, Why, How and When What, When, Where and How Much What, When, How and Can9. Which of the following is a non-directive solution to getting stuck with the process? We could offer some suggestions We could re-phrase the questions We could tell them10. Closed questions; Can have any answer Give a yes or no answer Lead children into giving the "right" answer11. Effective questions; Increase the degree of detail and focus in the response Achieve the answer that the coach is looking for Induce a one-word answer or short phrase12. Leading questions; Come from the coaches agenda Create a feedback loop Help children to think for themselves13. Which type of question is likely to help generate increased awareness and self-responsibility? A Closed question An Open question A Leading question14. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Don’t you think it would be a good idea to practice some serving now?’ Closed and Leading Open and Leading Closed15. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘What did you notice? Open and Leading Closed Open16. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘What did you notice you could have done then? Open and Leading Closed Closed and Leading17. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Where do you notice your power coming from?’ Closed Closed and Leading Open18. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Why don’t you hit it cross court?’ Open and Leading Closed Open19. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Have you practised hard enough this week?’ Closed and Leading Open and Leading Leading20. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Did you work on your backhand volley?’ Leading and Closed Closed Open21. Which of the following statements demonstrates that a child is answering from awareness? ‘I noticed that my legs felt heavy then’ ‘I don’t think I used my legs then - I am going to make sure I use them now’ ‘I think I need to make sure I step in on these next shots’22. If a child says, ‘I would really like to work on my forehand today,’ which of the following responses below demonstrates the skill of reflecting? ‘So, you would really like to work on your forehand today’ ‘How do you want to work on your forehand today?’ ‘What is it about your forehand you would like to work on today?’23. After watching Clip 07 in Module 2 on page 4, what would be a suitable response if you were reflecting back what the child had just said? 'So, if you threw the ball toss at different places it will go at different angles’ ‘You noticed that your serves were going at different places’ ‘So, the angles that you were creating were because of your ball toss’24. After watching Clip 11 in Module 2 on page 4, what would be a suitable response if you were summarising what the child had just said?; ‘A perfect ball would be one you could finish on with your topspin forehand’ ‘So, a perfect ball for you would be a ball that lands around the middle of the service box’ ‘So, a perfect ball for you would be if you were standing in the service box’25. What would be a suitable awareness-raising question instead of the following technical instruction? - ‘Try and move your feet a bit quicker on the wide balls.’ ‘Notice how quickly you move your feet to get to the wide balls’ ‘Next time, see if you can react a bit quicker to the wide balls’ ‘Make sure you take smaller steps to get there faster on the wide balls’26. What would be a suitable awareness-raising question instead of the following technical instruction? - ‘Make sure you reach up on the serve.' ‘Try and extend your arm right up when you serve?’ ‘If you throw your arm up, this will help to reach up when you serve.’ 'How much are you able to reach up when you serve?’27. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘What do you notice on the serve?’ ‘I am noticing my knee bend...' ‘When do you notice your knee bend?’ ‘How does it feel?’ ‘Why do you think you are noticing your knee bend?’28. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘What did you notice whilst you were hitting those balls?’ ‘I noticed my wrist and my contact position with the ball.’ ‘What are you noticing the most, your wrist or your contact position?’ ‘Do you think it would help if you hit the ball a bit more in front?’ ‘Have you tried making your wrist a bit firmer when you make contact?’29. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘Where are you noticing the stretch when you hit your flat serve?’ ‘Right around the top of my shoulder.’ ‘When do you notice it?’ ‘What is happening in the action?’ ‘What are noticing about how straight your arm is?’30. After watching Clip 17 in Module 3 on page 4, what would be a suitable follow-on awareness-raising question? ‘Can you tell me on the next one where you notice the power is coming from?’ ‘Can you make sure you throw the ball fairly high so that you have to reach up for it?’ ‘Can you tell me what you noticed about your left arm when you serve?’31. After watching Clip 20, in Module 3 on page 4, what would be a suitable follow-on awareness raising question? 'Could you try to reach up on the next one?’ ‘Could you tell me on the next one where you notice your arm is behind you just before you serve?’ 'How about keeping your elbow up on the backswing before your serve?’32. Indicate below which response is most appropriate, if setting a SMART goal which is child-centred;‘What would you like to work on today?’‘I would like to work on my backhand topspin shot down the line.’‘What exactly would you like to work on?’‘I’d like to work on moving my opponent out wide and then hitting it down the line.’ ‘OK, so how could we set this up?’ ‘Ok, shall we work on the consistency of hitting some crosscourt first?' ‘That sounds like a good idea – would you like to have more depth as well?’33. Indicate below which response is most appropriate, if setting a SMART goal which is child-centred;'I would like to practise hitting the ball deep to within two metres of the base line.''How many would you say you are currently hitting to this length at the moment?''Oh, about 4 out of 10.' ‘If you could do 8 that would be really good.’ ‘How many would you like to achieve in the next 15 – 20 minutes?’ ‘Do you think you could do 7-8 out of 10?’34. After watching Clip 23, in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal more specific? 'What is it in particular that you would like to practise on your smash?’ ‘What about hitting an approach shot and then finishing with a smash?’ ‘Would it help to have some targets to aim for?’35. After watching Clip 24 in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal more specific? ‘Do you want to take a look at your ball toss then?’ 'Which one of those three things is the most important to you?’ ‘What kind of grip have you got at the moment?’36. After watching Clip 25, in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal measurable? ‘Could you see if you can hit the ball when it is at the top of the throw?’ 'Do you know what is causing you to hit it when it is too low?’ ‘How could you monitor how much the ball drops on each serve?’Optional: Course Feedback - we'd love to know what you found useful in this course and if there's anything you would like us to add or change in future versions that could make the course even better. Thank you!Please let us know if you are happy for your feedback to be added to our testimonials page? Thank you!Please select your answerYes - with name and locationYes - with initials and locationNo thanksTime is Up!