Presentation on theme: "ROUNDWOOD PARK PE GCSE PE Course assessment (OCR) 50%Practical component - 4 physical activities (used) from minimum 2 areas - Internally assessed and."— Presentation transcript:
ROUNDWOOD PARK PE GCSE PE Course assessment (OCR) 50%Practical component - 4 physical activities (used) from minimum 2 areas - Internally assessed and usually filmed - Grades moderated at end of course (external moderator) (external moderator) 10%Written coursework component - “Analysing lifestyle” research and written task - “Analysing performance” research and written task 40%Theory component Written theory exams, taken in summer of year 11. - 2 papers sat
Practical Two lessons a week (In addition to core PE) Assessed (out of 25) at end of each activity All pupils involved in all of the activities delivered in lessons External options assessed through video evidence Four highest appropriate marks (to be submitted) at end of course to form total out of 100 External moderation occurs between March and May of Year 11
How is it decided what mark I get for my practical activities? Outline of Practical assessment criteria (generic) (Top section) Level 1 21-25 Whole range of skills for the given activity. Advanced skills demonstrated in full performance conditions Skills should be of high standard in both isolation and full game/whole/continuous activity. Performed with consistency, control and effective technique. Significant influence on activity Where applicable, candidates will be able to fulfill more than one role. Full knowledge of all aspects of tactics/rules/requirements evident in decision making Level 2 16-20 Whole range of skills in many areas of the activity area Advanced skills may be being developed Essential skills performed with good level of skill in isolation and only a small decrease in effectiveness when pressure is applied Where applicable candidates will be able to fulfill more than one role Knowledge of rules/tactics/requirements will cover the whole activity in detail Level 3 11-15 Perform skills with good level of ability in isolation Skills will become less effective when difficult conditions are imposed Limited effectiveness in combining skills to produce Whole/continuous/game performance Knowledge of rules/tactics/requirements will cover all the essential areas of the activity
Theory component Usually 1 Lesson a week (classroom based) 40% of final grade Assessed through written exams at end of year 11 Continual tests to check progress Books are a good source for revision
THEORY Participation & provision in UKParticipation & provision in UK Health (including diet)Health (including diet) Training & Fitness for health and performanceTraining & Fitness for health and performance Skill acquisition & development (inc. psychology)Skill acquisition & development (inc. psychology) Anatomy and Physiology Risk assessment in sport Sports injuries
CW 1 - Analysing lifestyle coursework task (Health and fitness) Pupils will collect data on themselves through lessons and homework They then analyse their findings and make recommendations about how to improve their health and fitness through training.
CW 2 - Analysing Performance coursework task (Skills) Pupils will observe a performance from a sport of their choice. They will then identify strengths and weaknesses from the performance. They will then design a skills training plan and practices that will develop a major weakness identified.
If these things are you….then pick GCSE PE! You love sport and physical activity of all types. You take performance and feedback seriously and don’t just think it’s all a bit of fun. You can work hard to be the best you can – regardless of the sporting activity. You will give every practical lesson 100%. You will take the theory content seriously in the classroom as you realise that theory is a major part of gaining a very good grade (40%)
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