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Types of Movement

Types of Movement

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the movement produced by different synovial joints. Also includes: Activity Homework task
katparker84
Synovial Joints + Movement

Synovial Joints + Movement

GCSE Physical Education (9-1)* Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Recap of what a joint is and an introduction to the different types and movements of a ‘Synovial Joint’. Learning objectives: The different types of synovial joints The movements involved at different joints Homework task included.
katparker84
Joints

Joints

GCSE Physical Education (9-1)* Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into what a joint is and how the structure assists with movement. Learning objectives: Definition of a joint and their different classifications Structure and function of a synovial joint The movements involved at different joints Also includes: Pictures to label up Fill-in-the-gap activity Exam question
katparker84
Types of Skeletal Bones

Types of Skeletal Bones

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the 4 different types of bones and the function of each. Activity included.
katparker84
The Skeleton

The Skeleton

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the 6 functions of the skeleton. Learning objectives: To understand the structure and function of the skeleton Also includes: Starter activity Homework task
katparker84
Joints

Joints

Lesson plan for joints including activities. Meets BTEC criteria for Sport and Sport and Exercise Science, new and old criteria.
jaderabs
Structure of long bone

Structure of long bone

Lesson plan for structure of long bone including activities. Meets criteria for BTEC Sport and Sport and Exercise Science, new and old criteria.
jaderabs
Functional anatomy workbooklets

Functional anatomy workbooklets

Meets the BTEC National Level 3 Sport and Exercise Science 2016 New Specification for Unit 2: Functional Anatomy. These booklets can be used in lesson or as part of homework tasks.
jaderabs
Respiratory system workbook

Respiratory system workbook

Meets the BTEC National Level 3 Sport and Exercise Science 2016 New Specification for Unit 2: Functional Anatomy (Learning objective C). This can be used as practice for exam questions. Contains: section for assessment comments, glossary of key terms, action plan and exam style questions.
jaderabs
AQA GCSE PE 6+9 Mark exam question scaffolds

AQA GCSE PE 6+9 Mark exam question scaffolds

The scaffolds have been used to help AQA GCSE PE students structure and write detailed and high quality 6/9 mark question responses. As students have become more confident, less scaffolding has been given and the question prompts at the side have been reduced/removed completely; provide them with an empty table and get them to come up the prompt questions. Command words have also been linked to the assessment objectives to highlight the level of detail required to meet the criteria.
tsparkes
OCR A Level PE revision game

OCR A Level PE revision game

A Level PE revision game based on the game ‘Articulate’. The reader must describe key words/phrases on the cards without using prompts such as ‘sounds like…’ or ‘rhymes with…’ whilst their team mate guesses the key word/phrase. There are 6 topic areas to try out. Start by picking one topic area and go through the pack trying to get as many correct answers with your partner in the time limit, e.g. 30 seconds. The opposing pair will then take a turn on a topic of their choice. Then swap over roles as reader and guesser to complete another topic. Carry on until you complete all 6 areas then total up your scores to see who won. If team ‘pass/skip’ a card you can introduce a point deduction to make things interesting.
marklucas13
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1/2/3/4 Energy Supply & the effects of exercise on the body

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1/2/3/4 Energy Supply & the effects of exercise on the body

These exam questions are specifically about (Anatomy and Physiology) ready for the 2018-onwards exam. I have put the answers at the end of the exam for you. These exam questions are taken from Energy Supply & the effects of exercise on the body section: 4.1. Aerobic & Anaerobic REspiration 4.2. Recovery 4.3. Short term effects of exercise 4.3. Long term effects of exercise
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe the process of hypertrophy and the effects this has on the body. • Some: Explain the four processes of hypertrophy, bradycardia, stroke volume and tolerance to lactic acid. • Most: Explain each of the four main effects of long term training and relate these to the benefits of long-term exercise.
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe the immediate effects of exercise on the body. • Some: Explain the causes and effects of each of the immediate effects of exercise on the body. • Most: Explain each of physiological processes and suggest ways of countering the negative effects with explanation of how they work.
simisterlucy
BTEC Sport Level 3 Unit 1 Revision: A Question of Sport 6 rounds!

BTEC Sport Level 3 Unit 1 Revision: A Question of Sport 6 rounds!

An anatomy and physiology take on A Question of Sport! Contains 6 different rounds: Quick ‘shout-out’ questions What’s occuring in the pictures Observation/memory Catchphrase Applied questions Charades Extra info: All rounds cover a variety of content from each body system and an answer sheet is provided. Rules of each round are on the slides but they can be adapted. Ideally completed in teams of 3/5. Score should be kept each round and can be recorded whichever way is easier. Teacher can ask extension questions (why or how) after answers have been given to stretch students further. Used as a revision tool for a small/competitive class. Enjoy!
pelling1
IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Circulatory System

IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Circulatory System

You get the students worksheets and powerpoint on the circulatory system. Students can use books to aid them as well. There are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic). In the bundle you get the following 3.1: Components of Blood 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function 3.3: Cardiac Output Plus an end of unit exam with questions and answers
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.2. Recovery

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.2. Recovery

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.2 Recovery. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe why the body experiences oxygen debt and describe the physical effects on the body when there is an oxygen debt. • Some: Able to write out the equation for the removal of lactic acid. Explain how LA is broken down in the presence of oxygen. • Most: Explain the term oxygen debt in terms of the circulatory and respiratory systems and explain how the body can recover from EPOC.
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration . You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe how food is converted into energy and know the names of the two types of respiration. • Some: Able to write out the equations for both types of respiration and know which one requires oxygen and which one does not. • Most: Explain actions, activities and sports that require aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1/2/3 Circulatory System

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1/2/3 Circulatory System

These exam questions are specifically about (Anatomy and Physiology) ready for the 2018-onwards exam. I have put the answers at the end of the exam for you. These exam questions are taken from the circulatory system section: 3.1. Components of blood 3.2. Heart structure & function 3.3. Cardiac output
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.3: Cardiac Output

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.3: Cardiac Output

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.3: Cardiac Output. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know the meaning of heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output. • Some: Explain heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output with examples. • Most: The benefits of being able to work out their cardiac output to improve performance
simisterlucy
GCSE PE Edexcel 1-9 Paper 1 - Fitness and Body Systems Revision Squares

GCSE PE Edexcel 1-9 Paper 1 - Fitness and Body Systems Revision Squares

This is a revision resource for GCSE PE Edexcel 1-9 Paper 1 - Fitness and Body Systems Revision Squares Includes Student and Teacher paper for ease of marking and feedback Give your students the blank copy to fill to test their knowledge of Fitness and Body Systems Use the teacher page to mark their answers. Allow pupils to identify their weakest areas and go over in more depth.
nickspillett
GCSE Revision lesson on the effects of exercise (AQA specification)

GCSE Revision lesson on the effects of exercise (AQA specification)

This resource includes a power point and word search - everything needed to complete the revision lesson. It includes all information needed for the AQA GCSE PE specification on immediate, short and long term effects of exercise. I have used this with both Year 10 and Year 11 classes for revision and have found it very useful. Activities in the lesson include: a word search, recap on the effects of a exercise, a group task to create a presentation and a plenary focusing on questions.
c_payne5936
PACE SETTING LESSON - 800M

PACE SETTING LESSON - 800M

PACE SETTING - 800m Times broken down from 100m - 200m - 400m - 800m Gives students a simple to understand of times they need to achieve their chosen time.
stanleypark1
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know the sections of the heart • Some: Describe how the atria, ventricles and values work with examples Most: Describe how the blood moves through the heart; identifying what happens in each location
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1: Components of Blood

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1: Components of Blood

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.1: Components of Blood. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Able to know what blood is made up from. • Some: Understand what haemoglobin is and the important role it plays in the circulatory system. • Most: Know the blood vessels and their roles in transporting blood.
simisterlucy