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Year 11 Physical Education Social Responsibility in Physical Activity
What is this Achievement Standard all about? The use of interpersonal skills within team and group settings, and looking at the effect they have on the function of your team
By the end of the term… All of you: Would have been given many opportunities to participate in a variety of team sports and activities All of you: Will be able to demonstrate a variety of interpersonal skills (at different levels) All of you: Will be able to describe the effects of using different interpersonal skills has on the your group/team
For those who want a challenge… Achievement Criteria AchievementAchievement with Merit Achievement with Excellence Demonstrate interpersonal skills in a group or team situation Describe the effects the use of interpersonal skills had on the functioning of the group or team Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills in a group or tem situation Explain the effects the use of interpersonal skills had on the functioning of the group or team. Consistently demonstrate effective interpersonal skills in a group or tem situation Evaluate the effects the use of interpersonal skills had on the functioning of the group or team.
So what are interpersonal skills? MIX UP! Using the cards given to you, find your group Choose a leader to come and collect paper and pens from the front of the room
So what are interpersonal skills? … In groups describe what the word “interpersonal skills” means Also… brainstorm some examples of interpersonal skills
Interpersonal skills Interpersonal means between people. So skills that a person uses to work with others in a group or team Leadership Effective communication Personal and Social responsibility Cooperation Giving and receiving feedback Supporting and encouraging others Inclusiveness Demonstrating fair play Problem solving Negotiation Mediation Conflict resolution
Social Responsibility What is social responsibility? Social responsibility= a person’s responsibility to a group or team = a person’s ability to be a good example and care for others needs in their group
Task 1a. Use the brainstorm map you have given and complete it Be prepared to write your ideas up on the whiteboard
Task 1b. Rights and responsibilities What are your rights when participating in a group activity? What are your responsibilities to others when participating in a group activity?
Level Level of Social Responsibility Skills/descriptors 5Outside the Gym Trying all these goals (below) in other areas of school and life Being a role model Assist others in reaching this level 4Helping others and Leadership Shows good interpersonal skills (is sensitive towards others, shows care and compassion) Listens and responds without being judgemental Helps others when they want help or need it Recognises the needs and feelings of others. Shows inner strength ( the ability to resist peer pressure and step up as a leader ). Makes sure all players in the group have equal opportunity to be involved. Acknowledges other teams’ skills or efforts. Proactively applies fair play/ honest rules. Happily accepts others as part of the group. 3Self-Direction On-Task independence (you can do it without the teacher standing over you). Sets goals and self-standards. Show the courage to resist peer pressure (focus on achieving whats best for you) Fully involved and active (but not dominating) Plays by the rules 2Participation and effort Be self-motivated Try your best and never give up. Try new things and persist when the going gets tough Redefine success (it may be achieving a goal, it maybe winning a competition) Can take part as directed and improve efforts to contribute independently. Participates in game (not fully involved) 1Respect for the Rights and Feelings of Others Show self-control (No verbal or physical abuse ie. name calling) Include everyone (NO intimidation, bullying or hogging equipment). Solve conflicts peacefully Not disrupting the work and play of others.
Interpersonal Skills There are 3 main interpersonal skills we will be focusing on this term – Personal effort and involvement in a team – Playing by the rules and ‘fair play’ – Interaction and encouragement of others
Interpersonal Skills Personal and Social responsibility Leadership Effective communication Cooperation Giving and receiving feedback Supporting and encouraging others Inclusiveness Demonstrating fair play Problem solving Negotiation Mediation Conflict resolution
Personal effort and involvement in team Your involvement in a team or group The effort you put into participating in games and group/classroom discussions
Playing by the rules and fair play “Play hard but play fair” – Hillary Commission Fair play is important as it promotes positive attitudes – It allows everyone to enjoy their sport – Encourages everyone to accept decisions of officials positively – It requires an individual to maintain self-discipline
Fair play Means… – Respect for: your team mates, the opposition, the officials and the game – Staying cool: in all situations – Keeping your dignity: When winning or loosing,
Interaction and encouragement of others Supporting others when the participate Giving them feedback about performance – Constructive criticism Encouraging others – e.g. “great job”, “good defence”, “keep it up!”