Presentation on theme: "St Johns College PE Revision Course AQA AS PHED 1"— Presentation transcript:
1St Johns College PE Revision Course AQA AS PHED 1 Session 1aOpportunities for participationConcepts & Objectives
2Characteristics, Objectives and Benefits PlayLeisure and recreation, active leisureOutdoor and adventurous activitiesSportPhysical educationRelationships between them - compare and contrastBenefits to the individual and to society.
3Physical Activity Continuum Physical Rec/ Active LeisureOutdoor Rec/ Adventure ActPlayLeisurePESportCompetitivenessOrganisationSeriousnessSpontaneity
5Play – Only for Children? Child PlayAdult PlayLearning about realityEscaping from realityNot necessarily chronological!!Jan02Q4Ans
6Play – key words Fun Spontaneous Rules – changeable, negotiated, freely acceptedUnstructured – boundaries, equipmentIntrinsic value onlyCan be seriousFantasy worldChild like
7Play - Objectives Children Adults Test boundaries Experience risk – safelySocialisationBuild independence, self esteemRespect for othersOpportunity for social interactionAdultsForget responsibiltiesEscape realityBe childlikeOpportunity for creativity and fantasy
8Leisure, Recreation, Physical Recreation Done in free timeFree from other responsibilitiesFreely chosen activityUsed for ease and relaxationFor enjoymentA right – not a privilegeRecreationTo recreate – be creative, make anewTo refresh mind/bodyRecuperation – from stress from work or obligationsActive Leisure?
9“being physically active in one’s leisure time” Active Leisure“being physically active in one’s leisure time”‘lifetime sports’
10Outdoor and adventure activities Outdoor educationOutdoor recreationAdventure activityAdventure education
11Outdoor Education develops Self-relianceLeadership skillsTeam workValuesTrust in othersDecision-making
12Real or Perceived Risk? More Predictable More Unpredictable Subjective dangerObjective dangerTotally avoidableExperience / PersonalityTotally unavoidable
17Sport - objectives for individual Fulfil individual talent and potentialChallenge oneself – discover strengths & weaknessesRelease tension & stress – improve health & fitnessBuild self-esteemAccept rules & decisionsWork in a team or leadDevelop fair play, win with humility, lose with honourQ4
18Sport - objectives for society SocialisationPrevent anti-social behaviourEconomic activitySocial control – a diversionInternational relationshipsSocial morale
19Sport - problems Win at all costs Sport – part of the entertainment businessCrowd violence hooliganismPerformance Enhancing DrugsPoor role modelsCouch potatoes!
20PE – What is it? “ a formal and useful body of knowledge AQA Unit 2PE – What is it?“ a formal and useful body of knowledge“ educating through bodily movement”“learning in, about and through physical activity”Skills, attitudes, fitness, appreciation“knowing how, knowing about, knowing how it feels”Revision Hand Outs & Notes
21Socialisation – sharing, rules, fair play PE – What is it?Health - HRESocialisation – sharing, rules, fair playAppreciation of movement/skillEvaluating /ImprovingSelf/OthersDevelopment of motor skillsPEPersonal development – team work, leadershipKnowledge of physical activity/sportNational Curriculum
22Physical Education skills leisure health work functional economic life enrichingpersonal developmentself-realisationsocialisingchallengingaesthetic12-34
23The expectations of the school activity experience AQA Unit 2Promote the schoolImprove health & fitnessDevelop school ethosSportPEProvide a worthwhile activity for the youngCounter effects of social deprivationRecreationReduce crimeThe expectations of the school activity experienceProduce elite performersQ2Revision Hand Outs & Notes
25Benefits - Indivudual Health – physical, mental, social Relationships SocialisingChallenged, stretched, developmentSelf fulfilmentTeam working – LeadershipLearning about wider world, environment
26Benefits – Society Why spend the money? Community health – reduce costsEconomic activityRole models – social developmentNational self-esteemShop window effectReducing anti-social behaviourGovernment responsibility for the individual