Presentation on theme: "Learning Objectives 1) Identify key influences on yourself and others in achieving sustained involvement in physical activity 2) To understand the definition."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Objectives 1) Identify key influences on yourself and others in achieving sustained involvement in physical activity 2) To understand the definition of a role model Key words Role models Socio- economic Health Image Resources Culture
What influences people to take part in sport or activities? What influenced you? Discuss.......
Chirps C H I R p S Culture Health Image Resources People Socio- Economic
Cultural factors Disability – resources and opportunities for disabled people to take part in sport are increasing but more availability is still needed. Age – In sport it is good to start young although some events have age restrictions. Work, family responsibilities and health reasons may prevent older people. Gender – better now but some activities are still single sex......netball, cricket and football Race – ethnic background e.g. fewer black people playing tennis and golf than football
Health and wellbeing Illness and health problems – e.g. people who have asthma may not be able to take part in long distance running but may cope well with swimming.
Image Fashion – getting the ‘right’ equipment – can be very expensive and sales can be influenced by the time of year. Media Coverage – e.g. the London Marathon inspires people to take part This is a positive example
Resources Availability – suitable facilities e.g. sports hall and resources like equipment must be available Location – some areas may not have any facilities for certain sports Access – facilities......need to be able accessed by public transport, bike or foot. Rural areas? Time – facilities need to be available at the right time – evenings, weekends and school holidays
People Family -Children often take part in the same activities as their parents. Peers- The influence of the peer group with the encouragement and support of there friends. Role models
Role Models in Sport https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07oZTSmj2zk Role models are people whose actions are emulated by others. They can inspire and motivate people take up a sport. Task: Who is your role model in sport and why?
Questions to think about........ What are the benefits of good role models? What is the impact on the sport? What could be the negative impact of bad role models? What is the impact on the sport?
Socio-economic Cost – e.g. hire of facilities, lessons, equipment, shoes etc. Socio-economic status can influence their choice of sport. Examples;
Task In pairs sitting back to back describe the word that is on the card without saying the word.
Lesson objective To be able to explain opportunities to become involved in sport and describe a number of initiatives. STARTER: What opportunities can you think of to get involved in sport? Discuss ideas in groups......... We will create a mind map on the board
PE School Sport and Club Links (PESSCL) To increase participation in children between 5-16 year olds taking up sport PESSCL aims to build links between schools e.g. WOK and local sports clubs e.g. topaz netball, Tonbridge swimming club etc Miss Chapman = our SSCO!!
Sport England ‘Sport has the power to change people’s lives’ Start: increase participation in sport to improve our health Stay: keep people in sport through clubs, facilities, coaches, volunteers and competitions Succeed: opportunities for talented performers to go far
The Youth Sport Trust TOP Link Encouraging 14-16 year olds to get involved with sport working with primary schools GCSE students = coaches, officials Sports Leadership award
Active Kids programme Sainsbury and Tesco vouchers To buy equipment for PE and other subjects