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STARTER ACTIVITY Fitness Priorities? For the athlete on your table, rank the 10 components of fitness in order of importance Ensure you work together to discuss answers – some are easier to place than others!
SECTION 1 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY DME (Mr Endersbee) 4 lessons per cycle Topics: Health and Fitness, Nutrition, Lung Function, Blood Transport, Heart Function, Movement
SECTION 4 APPLICATION OF HEALTH & FITNESS NS (Mr Stone) 2 lessons per cycle Topics: Principles of Training, Fitness Testing, Training Methods, Teaching Styles
AS PE: INTRODUCTION 40% Practical 2 physical activities in a choice of roles (e.g. player, coach, official etc). 60% Theory 2 hour exam; 7 questions Questions 1&2: Physiology (DME) Questions 3&4: Psychology (DGV) Questions 5&6: Socio/Cultural/Historical (CSC) Question 7: Fitness & Teaching Styles (NS) Questions 1-6 broken down to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 mark qs. Question 7 = 12 marks (2 x 6marks)
AS PE – A BIG STEP UP FROM GCSE/BTEC WHAT’S THE SAME AS GCSE? HIGH(ER) WORK ETHIC EXPECTED END OF TERM EXAMS – MIMICS REAL EXAM REGULAR HOMEWORK/REVISION REGULAR APPLICATION TO EXAM QUESTIONS SOME OVERLAP OF TOPICS EXPECTATION TO KEEP FOLDERS IN ORDER WHAT’S DIFFERENT FROM GCSE? EXAM STRUCTURE: 7 QUESTIONS (4 SECTIONS). COURSE/EXAM SECTIONS SPLIT (A&P = DME, PSY = DGV, SOC = CSC, Q7 = NS) DEEPER PHYSIOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING REQUIRED. INCREASED WILLINGNESS TO LEARN IN OWN TIME MANY NEW TOPICS NOT COVERED AT GCSE. KEEP AN UP TO DATE GLOSSARY /KEY TERMS/REVISION NOTES – HELPS WITH REVISION
SECTION 2 PSYCHOLOGY DGV (Mr Venables) 3 lessons per cycle Topics: Skill, Information Processing, Learning and Performance
STARTER ACTIVITY TYPES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Can you match the six types of physical activity with the correct definition and example? Ensure everyone on your table has the chance to discuss.
SECTION 3 SOCIO-CULTURAL & HISTORICAL CSC (Mr Crane) 2 lessons per cycle Topics: Physical Activity, Leisure Provision, History of Sport and PE, Equal Opportunities
PRACTICAL DGV (Mr Venables) & CSC (Mr Crane) 0 lessons per cycle – own time (and/or Senior Games) Assessment: 2 sports, any role (performer, official, coach)
SUMMARY OF WORK FOR SUMMER Come back in September with… An A4 folder (preferably with dividers/plastic wallets – we can sell you some). Section 1 work (Health and Fitness) Section 2 work (Skill) Section 3 work (Types of Physical Activity) Section 4 work (Fitness Testing Spider Diagram) An idea of which two practical areas you want to be assessed in (and will be committed to throughout 2015/16)