CONTENTS Seeking Knowledge Meeting Challenges working with others setting goals time management using self-control risk management showing resilience perceverence
SEEKING KNOWLEDGE One of the first strategies a person should use when preparing for physical activity is to seek out expert knowledge from sources around them. Seeking Knowledge allows people to develop techniques to effectively improve skills, increasing their confidence and performance in sport.
MEETING CHALLENGES Physical activity can often present participants with challenges they need to overcome in order to be successful. E.g Outperform an opponent. # Ways to overcome challenges Access knowledge Goal Setting Practice / Preparation Social Support Think Positively
GOAL SETTING AND MOTIVATION Physical activity allows a person to set goals, this improves motivation. Goals should be separated into: Immediate, Short term and long term. Goals are categorised into either Performance or Outcome. Goals should be S.M.A.R.T Specific, measureable, adjustable, realistic, timely.
MANAGING STRESS AND SELF CONTROL A certain level of stress helps performance, and experience in dealing with similar situations. Too much built up stress can result in a loss of control in performance. It is important to recognise stress and manage it appropriately. Self control is a persons ability to manage their emotions and behaviour. Self control is needed in many areas, especially working with others in order to perform.
ENABLERS AND BARRIERS Enablers use effective time-management skills, motivational strategies to cope and are accountable to others. Barriers lack time to participate, done enjoy and may have a lack of support. Resilience: Resilience is a persons ability to “bounce back”. Building resilience is a process which a person achieves over a course of their life, through being connected with others, the community and overcoming complex changes.
DESCRIBING THE EFFECTS Example: Describe the effect self manage strategies such as resilience had on participation in the Physical Activity. Answer: I showed perseverance by continuing to work hard at team practises even when our team was not performing well in matches. This encouraged my team mates to do the same, and, as a team, we were proud we did not give up throughout the season.
(DESCRIBE IN DEPTH)SRE: STATEMENT, REASONS AND EXAMPLE. TIME MGMT. Statement: State ‘how’ the SMS or TIME MANAGEMENT can be applied. Answer: Self management can be applied in Physical Education activities through scheduling activities onto a daily planner. Reasons: Provide reasons ‘how’ and ‘why’ the SMS affected Physical and emotional wellbeing. Answer: Having scheduled activities during PE gave people the time to perform the activities safely, in the correct order and within a suitable time. The schedule of activities gave the class structure and provided plenty of time for people to complete activities and organise equipment timely.
SRE (EXAMPLE) TIME MGMT Example: Give specific examples of how time Mgmt was applied during PE and the effect it had on others. The structure maintained a positive effect on others, when we completed activities, as there was set up time involved in setting up touch rugby teams, a team strategy meeting, running a tournament and then a set of challenging and demanding activities, everybody felt that what they were being asked to do was achievable due to the time spent preparing for the activity.
1.9 ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: DESCRIBE EFFECTS SMS HAVE ON PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AchievedMeritExcellence Describe: Involves giving an account of and/or providing details of the effects the SMS had on participation in Physical Activity. Describe, in depth, involves explaining how and why SMS affected participation in PA. One way of showing in- depth understanding is to use S.R.E ( S tatement, R easoning, E xample). Describe comprehensively involves considering how and why the SMS did/didn’t result in changes to Participation in PA. Judgements supported with explanations, examples/evidenc e. Future changes in SMS in PA should be considered.