AM/PM Session - 21 August 2018 - Why athletes need a 'quiet eye'
We read about a technique that athletes (as well as other people) can use to help them perform better:
Vocabulary Top 10:
feat - an act or achievement that shows courage, strength, or skill
hair's breadth - a very small distance or amount (breadth = the distance from one side to the other side of something/ width)
crumble - to break down completely : to stop functioning
one-off - done or happening only once
streak - a period of repeated success or failure
elite - the most successful or powerful group of people
hook up - to attach (something or someone) to a device by means of electrical connections
lapse - an occurrence in which you fail to think or act in the usual or proper way for a brief time and make a mistake; an occurrence in which someone behaves badly for usually a short period of time
implicitly - understood though not clearly or directly stated
replete - having much or plenty of something : filled with something
Can you think of any athletes or other people you know who have this 'quiet eye'?
Do you have a quiet eye?