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© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Practical Work for Learning Heart rate, breathing rate and physical fitness Lesson 1
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Can you find your own pulse?
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 What happens to your heart rate and breathing rate when you exercise? Why does this happen? Question
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Describe the effect of exercise on heart rate and breathing rate Collect and analyse data about heart rate, breathing rate, and self-assessed fitness level Decide whether evidence does or does not support claims about physical fitness State what further evidence would be needed to support a claim Learning outcomes
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 I think that people who describe themselves as fit, will have a lower resting heart rate and breathing rate Claims about fitness I think that people who describe themselves as fit, will have a lower heart rate and breathing rate during exercise I think that people who describe themselves as fit, will have a heart rate and breathing rate which returns to normal more quickly after doing exercise Alan Barbara Caleb
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Success criteria for a good argument 1.The claim is made clear. 2.Evidence has been used to support the claim. 3.If possible the pattern has been explained using scientific knowledge. 4.Other claims have been suggested. 5.A case is made for why this claim is stronger.
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Practical Work for Learning Heart rate, breathing rate and physical fitness Lesson 2
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Claims about heart rate, breathing rate and exercise 1 Men are more physically fit than women. 2 Walking does not affect breathing rate. 3 People who do more physical activity have a lower resting heart rate. 4 Resting heart rate decreases with age.
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Fitness What does the definition of fitness involve? What are the differences between unfit and fit individuals? What changes occur in someone as they become fitter?
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