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1 St Johns College PE Revision Course AQA AS PHED 1
Session 1a Opportunities for participation Concepts & Objectives

2 Characteristics, Objectives and Benefits
Play Leisure and recreation, active leisure Outdoor and adventurous activities Sport Physical education Relationships between them - compare and contrast Benefits to the individual and to society.

3 Physical Activity Continuum
Physical Rec/ Active Leisure Outdoor Rec/ Adventure Act Play Leisure PE Sport Competitiveness Organisation Seriousness Spontaneity

4 Definitions & Characteristics
Intrinsic value Non-serious Enjoyment PLAY Spontaneous Negotiation Time Rules Time Space

5 Play – Only for Children?
Child Play Adult Play Learning about reality Escaping from reality Not necessarily chronological!! Jan02Q4 Ans

6 Play – key words Fun Spontaneous
Rules – changeable, negotiated, freely accepted Unstructured – boundaries, equipment Intrinsic value only Can be serious Fantasy world Child like

7 Play - Objectives Children Adults Test boundaries
Experience risk – safely Socialisation Build independence, self esteem Respect for others Opportunity for social interaction Adults Forget responsibilties Escape reality Be childlike Opportunity for creativity and fantasy

8 Leisure, Recreation, Physical Recreation
Done in free time Free from other responsibilities Freely chosen activity Used for ease and relaxation For enjoyment A right – not a privilege Recreation To recreate – be creative, make anew To refresh mind/body Recuperation – from stress from work or obligations Active Leisure?

9 “being physically active in one’s leisure time”
Active Leisure “being physically active in one’s leisure time” ‘lifetime sports’

10 Outdoor and adventure activities
Outdoor education Outdoor recreation Adventure activity Adventure education

11 Outdoor Education develops
Self-reliance Leadership skills Team work Values Trust in others Decision-making

12 Real or Perceived Risk? More Predictable More Unpredictable
Subjective danger Objective danger Totally avoidable Experience / Personality Totally unavoidable

13 Adventure Activity – Adventure Education
Escapism/ Urban No officials Dangerous But codes for safety Characteristics Exciting Competitive Challenging Against self/elements Cost June02Q2 canoeing Ans

14 Urban Adventure Adventure Sports Travel Costs Facilities
Inner City Community Competitions Adventure Sports Rules TID

15 Sport - Values Resources Intrinsic Extrinsic Time Sportsmanship Commitment Olympism Selective Prowess Endeavour Competitive Striving Cathartic

16 Sport - Characteristics
Technical specialisation - Positions/Equipment Organisational stringency Time Bound Codes of conduct Codified Rules Competitive Structures Official Adjudication Strategies Space regulations Jan02Q4

17 Sport - objectives for individual
Fulfil individual talent and potential Challenge oneself – discover strengths & weaknesses Release tension & stress – improve health & fitness Build self-esteem Accept rules & decisions Work in a team or lead Develop fair play, win with humility, lose with honour Q4

18 Sport - objectives for society
Socialisation Prevent anti-social behaviour Economic activity Social control – a diversion International relationships Social morale

19 Sport - problems Win at all costs
Sport – part of the entertainment business Crowd violence hooliganism Performance Enhancing Drugs Poor role models Couch potatoes!

20 PE – What is it? “ a formal and useful body of knowledge
AQA Unit 2 PE – What is it? “ a formal and useful body of knowledge “ educating through bodily movement” “learning in, about and through physical activity” Skills, attitudes, fitness, appreciation “knowing how, knowing about, knowing how it feels” Revision Hand Outs & Notes

21 Socialisation – sharing, rules, fair play
PE – What is it? Health - HRE Socialisation – sharing, rules, fair play Appreciation of movement/skill Evaluating /Improving Self/Others Development of motor skills PE Personal development – team work, leadership Knowledge of physical activity/sport National Curriculum

22 Physical Education skills leisure health work functional economic
life enriching personal development self-realisation socialising challenging aesthetic 12-34

23 The expectations of the school activity experience
AQA Unit 2 Promote the school Improve health & fitness Develop school ethos Sport PE Provide a worthwhile activity for the young Counter effects of social deprivation Recreation Reduce crime The expectations of the school activity experience Produce elite performers Q2 Revision Hand Outs & Notes

24 Relationship, Compare & Contrast
Organisation Physical Recreation Outdoor/ Adventure Play Leisure PE Sport Competitiveness Outdoor/ Adventure Play Leisure Physical Recreation PE Sport

25 Benefits - Indivudual Health – physical, mental, social Relationships
Socialising Challenged, stretched, development Self fulfilment Team working – Leadership Learning about wider world, environment

26 Benefits – Society Why spend the money?
Community health – reduce costs Economic activity Role models – social development National self-esteem Shop window effect Reducing anti-social behaviour Government responsibility for the individual

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