ITC/ATC FINAL ALPINE WRITTEN ASSESSMENT 2019 – 2020 YVSS ALPINE FINAL ASSESSMENT 2019 - 2020 Name* First Last Email* 1. Before you leave the meeting area you and your class need to have a plan. What is included in your plan??*2. List the four skills of the skiing model.*3. What does PSIA stand for?*4. List the steps of the teaching model.*5. Which step of the Teaching Model is most important for you lesson plan? Why?*6. Choose the Five Fundamentals of Skiing*The fundamentals of skiing consist of blended skills of skiing. Control the relationship of the Center of Mass to the base of support to direct pressure along the length of the skis Control ability of skier to stop at any time. Control pressure from ski to ski and direct pressure toward the outside ski Control skidding to perfect a carved turned. Control edge angles through a combination of inclination and angulation. Control rotation for perfect helicopters. Control the skis rotation (turning, pivoting, steering) with leg rotation, separate from the upper body. Control tips from crossing. Regulate the magnitude of pressure created through ski/snow interaction. 7. How many students in your class need to be “ready” before you ride a lift?*50 %80%100%8. What are the three tenants of Snowsports Instruction*Sliding, Flight and LandingSun, Fun and LaughterSafety, Fun and LearningSkiing, Frigid and Lonely9. Choose seven statements from Your Responsibility Code* Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. Do not ski or ride while intoxicated. People ahead of you have the right away. It is your responsibility to avoid them. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above. Equipment used must be safe and certified by a ski shop. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others Always use devices to prevent runaway equipment. Observe all posted sign and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas. All skiers and snowboardes must take lessons to be able to use the lifts. Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowlege and ability to load, ride and unload safely. Know the Code, all skiers and riders must know the code 10. What does CAP stand for?11. Choose two Teaching Styles you as a new Snowsports Instructor will use.* Lecture Task Power Point Circle Time Command 12. Choose four Learning Styles* Watcher Player Doer Artist Reader Thinker Feeler 13. What does VAK stand for and why is it important? 2 part answer.*14. Choose the three phases of a turn.* Garlands S-turns Sideslip Initiation Straight glide Control/Shaping Intro Dynamic S turns Completion/Finishing 15. Name the Chairlift you use for first time riders and young riders.*16. When assessing equipment what are we looking for concerning the boots?*17. Choose 3 of the following duties of a Kinder Instructor* Hand our vests. Assist with booting up. Make sure children are over dressed Arrive 15 min early Have the parents come out on the snow with the class. 18. A student has fallen and appears injured what is the first step you should take?*Ask a passerby to summon Patrol. Send them with information about the student, gender, age, nature of the injury and location. Lift Attendants & Supervisors have radios or go direct to Patrol Headquarters.Notify your supervisorFind out the nature of the injury, age, genderMake the student comfortable without touching the student or equipment until patrol arrives.Secure the area, mark the area, move the remainder of the group to the side of the trailFill out incident report before you leave for the day.Do not leave the scene until you are released by ski patrol19. What is the last thing you do after an incident in your class?*Ask a passerby to summon Patrol. Send them with information about the student, gender, age, nature of the injury and location. Lift Attendants & Supervisors have radios or go direct to Patrol Headquarters.Notify your supervisorFind out the nature of the injury, age, genderMake the student comfortable without touching the student or equipment until patrol arrives.Secure the area, mark the area, move the remainder of the group to the side of the trailFill out incident report before you leave for the day.Do not leave the scene until you are released by ski patrol20. Your student is easily distracted, not paying attention and obsessing about trains. What would you do?* Keep it simple Have them make train tracks in the snow. Line students up as if they are a caboose 21. How do you know your students are listening?*22. Choose the 3 components of communication* Listener Message Eye Contact Taker Receiver Sender 23. What else besides words are in communication?*24. Choose six of Yawgoo's trails* Conrad's Connection Gnarnia Hornet Outback Down Under Dynamite Nitro Jack Attack Crossroads North Forte Back Track One last quiz question ... this blocks spam!