Theories, Principles and Practice
This chapter explores the psychomotor skills associated with governing oral moot performance. It connects mooting’s psychomotor domain to mooting’s cognitive domain and explores how the two domains and their skill sets are interrelated and mutually dependent. Engaging with limited existing literature, the authors develop a taxonomy that can be used to support the development of mooting specific psychomotor skills.
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