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Subject Area PE (AS / A2) and BTEC Sport (L3) Subject Area PE (AS / A2) and BTEC Sport (L3)
o Taught by specialist staff with degrees in the relevant subjects o Varied in style and include a variety of learning activities o Focused on you being an independent learner o Practical on occasions o The springboard into wider reading o Interesting and include relevant examples and case studies o Focused on exam / assessment criteria and content
Analyse and evaluate informationIndependent study and researchLink theory to practical Basic skills e.g. summarising information and identifying terms; good understanding of command words.
o Research tasks o Exam question practice (AS / A2) o Preparation for presentations including videos and PPTs o Essays (normally past exam questions) o Reading to prepare for lesson o Skills practice o Independent work on assignments (BTEC)
PE (AS / A2)BTEC Sport Year 12 (AS) Anatomy and physiology Acquiring movement skills Socio cultural studies Practical sports Year 13 (A2) Exercise physiology Psychology Historical studies Practical sports Year 12 Principles of anatomy and physiology (5) Physiology of fitness (5) Assessing risk in sport (10) Fitness testing for sport (10) Year 13 Sport Coaching (10) Practical individual sports (10) Current issues in sport (10)
Degrees in the subjects or related degree e.g. PE or physiotherapy Jobs in PE – Sports journalism Teaching or coaching PE Personal trainer / Fitness trainer Local/ National Government / development officer Public Service / RAF and Army Sports organisations / Youth sport trust
Folder for each subject Highlighters Pens/pencils Dividers for areas in folders Revision cards Calculator Internet Access PE kit
Read Keep up to date on Watch Watch… Related you tube videos e.g. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=IkRsSu9U Sx0 http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=IkRsSu9U Sx0 OCR PE Heinemann - Sarah Van Wely OCR Physical Education Philip Allan - Atherton, Burrows, Young Newspaper articles on recent sporting contemporary issues - e.g. Drugs in sport, violence, cheating, sponsorship. Keep up to date on… Current sporting issues in broad sheets. Watch the Olympics!!!
1.Stay on top of the work – if you feel you are struggling speak to the teachers 2.Keep organised – especially notes and folder work 3.Invest In subject dividers, revision cards, highlighters (many colours) and folders