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1 BTEC Level 3 National in Sport
Miss Evans

2 BTEC Level 3 in Sport??? What is a BTEC?
What is your prior knowledge of BTEC and PE? What do you want to get from the BTEC Level 3 Course? What grade you desire to achieve? Skills you would like to develop through the course? What do you want to do when you leave sixth form – University? Potential career?

3 BTEC Level 3 Qualification
After successful completion of course:- Year 1 (Year 12) – BTEC Level 3 Certificate (30 Credits – 1 AS Level) Year 2 (Year 13) – BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma (60 Credits – 1A Level)

4 Grading Points per credit Pass = 7 Merit = 8 Distinction = 9
Points x (Number of credits unit is worth) = Grade Certificate (Year 1) Grades boundaries = Merit for Year 12 = Distinction 260 & above = Distinction * UCAS – Merit equivalent to a ‘C’ in terms of points

5 3 of the above to be completed)
BTEC Level 3 in Sport Units covered in Year 1 (Year 12) – Unit 1 - Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport Unit 2 - The Physiology of Fitness Unit 4 - Assessing Risk in Sport Unit 7 - Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise Potential units covered in Year 2 (year 13) – Unit 4 – Fitness Training and Programming Unit 8/9 – Practical Team Sport and Practical Individual Sports Unit 11 – Sports Nutrition Unit 17 – Psychology for Sports Performance (Units may change) 3 of the above to be completed)

6 BTEC Level 3 in Sport Coursework based course
How is the course assessed? Interviews, debates, posters, presentations, experiments, client consultations, essay’s, Laboratory reports, lesson plans, video’s, exams, diaries, blogs, observations, scrap books, photo’s, role play, promotional material.

7 Expectations of our class!
Turn up on time and be prepared to work. All work must be to the best of your ability, at least ‘Merit’ standard. Homework and assignments to be handed in on time. Set an example to younger pupils. Take on coaching sessions and help with major sporting events throughout the year.

8 Preview of a typical lesson
Principles in Anatomy and Physiology in Sport.

9 LEARNING AIMS To know the structure and function of the skeletal system. To be able to DESCRIBE the structure and function of the skeletal system.

10 STARTER 1. With the person next to you think of a range of sporting movements, for example Basketball shooting, kicking a ball in football or rugby. 2. IDENTIFY the bones and muscles involved in these movements. 3. DISCUSS your findings to examine a wide range of sporting movements as a whole class.

11 The structure of the Skeletal System
The Skeletal System is made up of bones, cartilage and joints. Your skeletal system provides a framework that supports your muscles and skin and protects your internal organs. It is made up of 206 Bones which are divided into two groups; 80=Axial Skeleton 126= Appendicular skeleton.

12 Research Task Using the pictures and information what forms the Axial Skeleton and the Appendicular Skeleton. Name the bones that are part of each skeleton group. Can you specifically identify where they are in the body? What are the major types of bones, give an example of each. Are they axial or appendicular?

13 Summer Assignment To be submitted via no later than August 20TH 2015 To If you can not hand in on results day, clearly named in a clear plastic wallet.

14 Summer Assignment Task
 Answer the questions/tasks by carrying out a variety of research methods to get the answers. Attempt all questions/tasks. Do not leave any blanks. Think about what the task is asking you to do using the verb sheet. E.G. DESCRIBE

15 What do you need for the course in September?
Lever arch Folder Set of wide dividers Plastic Wallets Memory pen Highlighters Pens (Blue, black, red and green)

16 See you in September!

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