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Teacher’s notes. Use this quiz either as a revision game or as a fun way of introducing year nine students to the type of topics they will study as part of GCSE PE.
The rules! Select 3 teams, 1 red, 1 blue and 1 green team. Each team are asked their own question in turn. After the team provides their answer, click on the screen to reveal the correct answer. Each question correctly answered is a lap completed. The team which completes the most laps will be the winners. The teacher decides how many questions each team will face.
More rules! Pit Stop: Each team can use a pit stop once. This means that they have 30 seconds to find the answer to a question by using their own books/text books. Safety Car: Again the safety car can be used once. This means the team can ask for an alternative question if they don’t like the one they have been originally asked. Overtake: A team can use this once to steal a question from another team and answer it instead. Burst Tyre: Again this can be played once, a team can nominate this to another team which means that the nominated team have to get 2 questions correct to complete a lap.
The Qualifying Lap Each team has one minute to write down as many names of muscles and bones as they can. The team with the highest score can decide whether they answer questions first, second or third. The team with the second highest score chooses next.
Click on the ‘Play Button’ to begin the Race and to start the questions.
Exercise is: AThe ability to meet the demands of the environment. BTraining regularly. CA state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity. DA form of physical activity done primarily to improve one’s health and physical fitness.
The cardiovascular system is made up of: AHeart, lungs, blood CHeart, lungs DHeart, lungs, blood, blood vessels BHeart, blood, blood vessels
The FITT principle of training is made up of four parts. Which of the following statements covers all four aspects of the FITT principle? AHow hard and often you work, making sure you do not do too much. BHow long, hard and often you work, whilst avoiding boredom. CHow hard and often you work; making sure that your training fits the requirements of the activity. DHow long, hard and often you work; making sure that your training fits the requirements of the activity.
Which of the following body types would be most appropriate for a high jumper? AEndomorph BSomatotype DMesomorph CEctomorph
Which of the following statements gives the most important reason for wearing the correct clothing when taking part in physical activity? AIt gives you the opportunity to look good. BIt gives you a psychological advantage over the opposition. DIt is in the rules of the practical activity. CIt reduces the chance of injury.
Which of the following is not a joint injury? ADislocation CTennis elbow DGolfer’s elbow BConcussion
Which of the following statements describes cardiac output? AThe number of times the heart beats per minute. CThe amount of blood leaving the heart per beat. DThe amount of blood leaving the heart per breath. BThe amount of blood leaving the heart per minute.
Which of the following statements describes the movement of the ribs and diaphragm during expiration? AThe ribs move up and out and the diaphragm moves down. BThe ribs move up and out and the diaphragm moves up. DThe ribs move down and in and the diaphragm contracts. CThe ribs move down and in and the diaphragm relaxes.
Which of the following muscles allows abduction of the arm at the shoulder during a tennis serve? ALatissimus dorsi BPectorals DTriceps CDeltoids
Several activities are listed below: ABadminton BDance CLong jump Select the activity from the list that presents the greatest risk to the performer. DJavelin
Sports performers are advised to warm up before their events and to cool down afterwards. ATo increase blood flow so that heart rate is at maximum before the main exercise session begins BTo reduce the risk of muscle soreness DTo reduce the elasticity of the muscles so that the joint is more stable (a)Which statement, A, B, C or D is a valid reason to warm up? CTo make oxygen more easily available to the muscles
Sports performers are advised to warm up before their events and to cool down afterwards. ATo increase blood flow so that heart rate is at maximum before the main exercise session begins CTo make oxygen more easily available to the muscles DTo reduce the elasticity of the muscles so that the joint is more stable (b)Which statement A, B, C, or D is a valid reason to cool down? BTo reduce the risk of muscle soreness
Which of the following terms means to work without oxygen? AAerobic activity BOxygen debt DLactic acid accumulation CAnaerobic activity
The following are some important nutritional requirements of a balanced diet: AFats BFibre DProtein Which of these nutrients will be used to provide energy for a 100 m sprinter? CCarbohydrates
Which of the following statements describes a physical benefit of exercise? AMeeting new people BGaining an aesthetic appreciation of movement CFeeling better about body shape DImproving body shape
Fitness is: AA capability of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and muscles to function at optimal efficiency BA form of physical activity done primarily to improve one’s health and physical fitness DThe range of movement possible at a joint CThe ability to meet the demands of the environment
Co-ordination is: AHow well a task is completed CThe ability to change position quickly and with control DWorking together as a team BThe ability to use two or more body parts together
Which of the following activities would be most suitable to include in a training programme designed to improve performance for a long distance runner? BAerobic work on a bike CAerobic work in a swimming pool DAnaerobic work using very heavy weights AAerobic work on a track
The following statements all relate to sports situations resulting in injury. Which of the statements would result in the gymnast being placed in the recovery position? AThe gymnast falls from the rings and fractures his arm BThe gymnast lands awkwardly and sprains his ankle DThe gymnast completes a long training session on the pommel horse resulting in blisters on his hands CThe gymnast slips as he reaches the vault, hits his head and becomes unconscious
The aorta is a blood vessel in the circulatory system. Which of the following statements about the aorta is correct? AThe aorta carries oxygenated blood to the lungs BThe aorta carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs CThe aorta is a vein DThe aorta is an artery
The following statements all relate to the relative composition of air. Which of the statements is referring to the typical composition of oxygen and carbon dioxide in exhaled air? Aoxygen 21%, carbon dioxide 0.04% Boxygen 16%, carbon dioxide 0.04% Doxygen 21%, carbon dioxide 4% Coxygen 16%, carbon dioxide 4%
Diet is an important factor in maintaining bone strength throughout life. Which of the following should be included in a balanced diet to aid bone development? BWater CFats DFibre AMinerals
Which of the following activities would present an unsupervised beginner with the greatest risk? ADance CBadminton DMiddle distance running BArchery
Which of the following training methods is most likely to result in improved cardiovascular fitness for a long distance runner? BWeight CInterval DCircuit AContinuous
Which of the following activities would be most suitable to include in a training programme designed to improve strength for a shot putter? AThrowing a tennis ball to correct technique. CSwimming training. DWeight training, using light weights, with many repetitions. BWeight training, using heavy weights, with few repetitions.
Health is: AA capability of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and muscles to function at optimal efficiency. BThe ability to meet the demands of the environment. DTraining regularly. CA state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.
Obese is: AHaving an excess of muscle which restricts mobility. BThe percentage of body weight which is fat, muscle and bone. CMuscles in a state of slight tension. DBeing very overfat.
Athlete’s foot is caused by: AAn increase in foot size due to training. BA virus. DAn injury associated with 100 m runners. CA fungus.
Which of the following is a TRUE statement about tennis or golfer’s elbow? AYou can only get tennis or golfer’s elbow if you play tennis or golf. CTennis and golfer’s elbow is a soft tissue injury. DTennis or golfer’s elbow can be caused by under-use of the muscles in the lower arm. BTennis and golfer’s elbow is a joint injury.
Which of the following statements describes the double pump action of the heart? AThe amount of blood pumped from the heart per minute. CBlood is pumped from the ventricles to the lungs and to the body. DThe pumping of the right and left ventricles. BBlood is pumped out of the atria to the ventricles and then from the ventricles to the lungs and to the body.
Ossification is: BThe area of growth within a bone. CThe formation of cartilage from bone. DThe outer skin surrounding the bone.a AThe formation of bone from cartilage.
What type of joint is formed by the atlas and axis at the neck? AHinge BBall and socket CBall DPivot
The following are all possible side effects from taking illegal, performance enhancing drugs. ADehydration BAcne DIncreased chance of heart disease Which of these is a possible side effect of taking narcotic analgesics? CIncreased chance of injury
What is the purpose of ‘balancing competition’? ATo see which gymnastics team can hold a position for the longest. CTo make sure that the cost of running a competition does not exceed the money generated from ticket sales. DTo see which gymnast can use the most balances within their competition routine. BTo try to even out sides within a competition.
Which of the following is a TRUE statement about a dislocation? AIt is another term for a closed fracture. CIt is where a bone is displaced, but not at a joint. DIt is another term for an open fracture. BIt is a displacement of a bone at a joint.
Which of the following statements best describes a mental benefit of exercise? AMeeting new people BLosing weight DGaining aesthetic appreciation CRelieving stress
Why is it important for an individual to have an active lifestyle? BHelps the government develop National sporting heroes CReduces the number of days people have away from work DReduces the amount of street crime AImproves health
Fitness is: Aa capability of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and muscles to function at optimal efficiency Ctraining regularly Da state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity Bthe ability to meet the demands of the environment
Which of the following statements is essential in the planning of an overload training session? BMaking the body work too hard resulting in injury CReducing the amount of work in order to avoid injury DResting the body after a particularly vigorous training session AMaking the body work harder to improve it
Which of the following terms describes the ideal body type for an elite 5000m runner? ASomatotype CObese DEndomorph BEctomorph
Which of the following statements is correct for all arteries? BTake blood towards the heart CCarry oxygenated blood DCarry deoxygenated blood ATake blood away from the heart
Which of the following lead into the alveoli in the lungs? APleural membrane BBronchi CSeptum DBronchiole
Which of the following statements best describes a function of ligaments? AProvides movement for the joint CProvides a point of muscle attachment to bones DProvides protection for the surface of the bones BProvides joint stability
Which of the following terms is the correct muscle type for the biceps? BFast twitch CSlow twitch DInvoluntary AVoluntary
Which of the following statements best describes why overload might be used in a training programme? ATo cause injury, forcing the athlete to rest CTo impress the opposition so they think you will win DTo give others too much work to do BTo improve performance
Elite performers need to ensure that they eat appropriately for their sport. Which of the following good groups should the students eat to ensure they have enough energy? AFat BFibre CProtein DCarbohydrate
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