Preschool history of sport and socio cultural studies resources

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By ozmatts12

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Do you think your lessons are getting boring? Do you feel your students prefer the other teacher? Do you need to turn on the spark in your class again? If your answer is , "Yes". Then, this activity resource has been designed for you. If you are a NQT or experienced seeking a fun-filled lesson, don't miss this resource. Can be used for multiple age groups as it contains 20 names of famous Sports Greats and comes with an answer sheet for the teacher.

By ozmatts12

GCSE PE PEP - Personal Exercise Program template example (Dance)

GCSE PE PEP - Personal Exercise Program template example (Dance)

Personal Exercise plan example. Section 1 - introduction, section 2 - aims, smart target setting, section 3 - components of fitness present in Dance, section 4 - the principles of training in dance, section 5 -initial testing, section 6- training methods, section 7 - the importance of a warm up, cool down and other safety aspects in dance, section 8 - planning and performing the programme. Blank templates for retesting and evaluation included. This document was submitted for GCSE coursework. Template can be used for revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: This plan was written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. The document is not complete, yet, any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.

By ebrook_

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By TandLGuru

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

In this engaging and interactive lesson, students make the case for who they feel is the greatest sportsperson of all time. Within the lesson they develop skills of: persuasive writing, independent researching, personal and social comprehension, and speaking and listening. By the end of the lesson, students write and present their own case for the world's greatest sportsperson, using individually researched subject matter, structural advice, and understanding of persuasive techniques. The learning follows a logical, bitesize journey, in which students: - Discuss and define the key features of what they think makes a sportsperson 'great'; - Research how their own contender meets the features of greatness, using a well-scaffolded research template; - Understand and exemplify each of the persuasive techniques, useful in convincing others of their case; - Critically analyse the language, subject matter, and structure of a model example of a World's Greatest Sportsperson article; - Write, present, and assess their own article. Included is everything that you need to teach, including: - Comprehensive, well-presented whole-lesson PowerPoint (students are led through the learning journey by an animated Usain Bolt character!); - Research template and completed model example; - Persuasive device cards for the card-sorting activity; - Model example of a completed 'World's Greatest Sportsperson' article; - Lesson plan. This would be perfect as a part of an English persuasive writing or speaking and listening unit, a PSHE/Citizenship study of people and their achievements, or a Cross-Curricular activity for less structured learning time. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the presentation.

By TandLGuru

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - Wimbledon tennis championships

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - Wimbledon tennis championships

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2, perfect for using in the summer term. There are three differentiated texts about Wimbledon tennis championships, with differentiated questions. There are a range of 'what, ' 'how' and 'why' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price

By blossomingminds