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Yr 10 GCSE PE Information Evening
Expectations 1 Double practical lesson each week Bring kit (even if you have a note for illness/injury) Bring folder, as you may be given information sheets for the practical work
1 single theory lesson each week Bring folder Homework usually set in this lesson, for the following week.
Practical Work This forms 60% of the overall mark. We do a different activity each half term. There will be a teacher assessment at the end of each half term All the practical work is formally assessed in a final assessment just before Easter in Year 11.
How do we choose the practical areas you use? You will be assessed in lessons in all the following areas: Hockey Badminton Athletics Rounders Personal Survival Netball/Football
Pupil: Miss Munn Hockey6 Badminton7 Athletics8 Rounders8 Personal Survival5 Netball/Football10 The activities in red are the 4 that I would use.
Activities out of school Golf Horse Riding Karate Gymnastics Dance You take the criteria to your coach, and they give you a teacher assessment that we add to your data. This can be included in your final 4 activities.
Analysis of Performance One of your final 4 activities, needs to be used as your analysis of performance area. This should be the sport that you know the most about.
5 assessed areas of AOP Rules, regulations, terminology Observe, analyse performance Evaluate Performance Plan strategies, tactics, practices Plan a Personal Exercise programme
Controlled Assessment AOP is tested by a 15 min verbal exam with a member of PE staff. You will be asked questions on the first 4 areas, and given a mark out of 4 for each area. You will have a chance to practise these throughout your practical lessons, but you will have a mock in December of Yr 11
PEP The final part of the AOP is to plan and perform a 6 week training programme. This must be planned, typed up, and evaluated during lesson time. You do 3 sessions a week, for 6 weeks. One session is completed in the lesson, the other 2 are done in your own time, but must be written up and evaluated in lessons as controlled assessment.
Analysis of Performance This accounts for 12% of your practical mark, so really can make the difference between an A* and an A, or a C and a D
Practical exam In the old format, you gained half of your practical mark through coursework, and half in your final practical exam Now, you gain all your marks in your final practical exam. What we see on the day, is what we mark. So it is very important to practise the drills and techniques in the lesson, so that you are less likely to make a mistake in the actual exam.
To Recap Your 1 st assessment will be your PEP at the start of Yr 11 You will have your actual AOP verbal exam around March in Year 11 You will have your final practical exam around Easter in Yr 11 Your Theory exam is usually one of the first you will sit in May. (40% of overall grade)