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Home learning Watch the video for aggression next week and answer the questions using the YouTube video – Deadline Friday Exam in two weeks time including a full folder check
14 mark question
Advice from Mike Murray AQA Chief Examiner
A2 Specification – PHED 3 Three sections – – A – applied physiology – B – psychology – C – contemporary influences Each section: – one compulsory 14 mark question; – three 7 mark questions – answer two; – 28 marks each section – total mark 84
PHED 3 14 mark questions - limited number possible? 7 mark questions - exemplars – past papers and legacy PED 4 and 5 questions Often in 2 parts – 2 x 7 marks questions? Both 14 and 7 mark question tend to be in parts 14 mark Qu – banded m/s – similar to PHED 1 Qu 7
Outcomes Identify the layout and structure of the 14 mark question so that you can confidently explain it to others D/CD/C D/CD/C C/BC/B C/BC/B A A Describe the structure of the questions Explain and apply the key components of the questions Create and formulate your own template to answer these questions
How would you now answer this question?
Have a go and make a plan?
Two parts to the answer First part Psychological theories – Three (Explain Catastrophe, Drive and Inverted U Theory, why athletes have different levels of arousal) Approx. 7 marks Second part Somatic stress management techniques (Outline any three) Approx. 7 marks
Question time (Carousel)
14 mark essay question Must be continuous prose State term and explain = 1 mark Need as many points as possible. Not 14 points = 14 marks Break elements of the question into paragraphs for answers: explain topic area, positive and negative impact Psychological aspect - must name theories, cannot get marks without an explanation of the diagram. Don't use terms not in specification
Second part Now add the content to each question using bullet points