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The Development of Elite Performers in Sport - A-Level PE

The Development of Elite Performers in Sport - A-Level PE

A series of 5 lessons on the development of elite performers in sport as part of the year 2 Sport & Society content on the New AQA A-Level PE spec. Topics covered; 1. Personal & Social Factors 2. Organisations 3. National Governing Bodies 4. Talent Identification 5. UK Sport - World Class Performance Programme & Gold Event Series All lesson follow a consistent easy-to-use format & include a PP & student handout for each. Very adaptable and can be easily differentiated. 35% saving on buying separately!

By joelgalley11

NEW A-Level PE (Year 2) - Development of Elite Perfomers - 5. WCPP & GES'

NEW A-Level PE (Year 2) - Development of Elite Perfomers - 5. WCPP & GES'

The final lesson (5 of 5) on The Development of Elite Performers in Sport as part of the year 2 Sport & Society content included in the new AQA A-Level PE spec. This lesson looks at UK Sport's World Class Performance Programme & Gold Event Series. It will give the students an overview of the 2 initiatives and then require them to do some research on the areas. The PowerPoint & student handout includes; - Starter activity - Learning Objectives - Recap of last lesson - WCPP information - Gold Event Series information - Research task (and then preparing a news item for BBC news) - Exam question on Talent ID

By joelgalley11

A Level PE- 2016 Sepc- Psychology and skill acquisition exam Q's and marksheme booklets

A Level PE- 2016 Sepc- Psychology and skill acquisition exam Q's and marksheme booklets

Sports Psychology and skill acquisition exam question and mark scheme booklet. This pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions/ independent revision. Accompanied with a complete mark scheme. This mark scheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have introduced the use of assessment objectives in all specifications The question pack itself is 96 pages in length and contains the following: Each pack contains - A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! - Contents page arranged in topic order - A guide to command words and their meaning - Key terms arranged in topic order - Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Over 100 pages of questions sorted by topic covering the following: -Contents - Assessment objectives definitions - Command words - Key topic words- Sports psychology - Example of exam paper front cover and instructions. The mark scheme packs has easy to find answers for all questions and is 100 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and all answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. This document will save you hours of preparation and planning time as well as help support outstanding teaching and learning in you classroom.

By ste_p_smith

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Presentation

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Presentation

A PowerPoint presentation on the attribution theory topic within the sport psychology component of the new (2016) AS and A Level PE specifications, including Weiner's model, the self-serving bias, learned helplessness, mastery orientation and attribution retraining.

By Hurstbournefield

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Model Answers to Extended Questions (Model Answers Series)

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Model Answers to Extended Questions (Model Answers Series)

OK, so you've taught the theory (the content knowledge), but what about your students' essay writing skills? Your students will have to write extended answers in their exams, but do they know 'what a good one looks like'? Do they know how to construct high quality pieces of written work which fully answers the questions asked and gives appropriate examples from sport when requested. This resource on attribution theory provides extended essay model answers to questions on Weiner's model of attribution theory and the concept of attribution retraining as well as learned helplessness and mastery orientation. The exam style questions area: Using practical examples explain the meaning of learned helplessness and mastery orientation. Explain how a hockey coach could promote mastery orientation in her players? (10 marks) Using practical examples from tennis explain Weiner’s model of attribution theory. (8 marks) They are a perfect reference to give to your students as model answers after they have attempted the questions themselves. By working through the model answers with your students and analysing the features of the model that make it a strong response, (or how it could be improved still further!), they will be able to build up a greater appreciation of 'what a good one looks like' and what they have to do in order to produce high quality pieces of writing themselves. Simply download this resource, select the blue boxes and delete them to reveal the full model answer responses which you can distribute to your students.

By Hurstbournefield

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Activity - The Captain's Match Report

A Level PE (2016): Attribution Theory - Activity - The Captain's Match Report

What a great way to introduce attribution theory! Instead of starting this topic with direct input from yourself as the teacher, why not get your students grappling with this engaging activity designed to help them really get to grips with understanding Weiner's model of attribution theory? Here's how it works: Students have a brief introduction to the concept of attribution theory. They then read the captain's match report and have to decide for themselves whether each of the underlined sentences or phrases (attributions) fall into one of the four categories: ability, effort, task difficulty or luck. Then open the activity up for discussion amongst your students to see where they have placed each of the attributions and to check understanding and misconceptions. Because students are working out the solutions themselves and with one another richer learning and deeper understanding takes place.

By Hurstbournefield

2016 Spec- A Level PE- Psychology- Exam Q's & Mark scheme booklet

2016 Spec- A Level PE- Psychology- Exam Q's & Mark scheme booklet

Sports Psychology exam question and mark scheme booklet. This is another HUGE resource that took me over 10 hours to create again, and follows the same format as the skill acquisition booklet, but this resources covers the sports psychology unit. This pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions/ independent revision. Accompanied with a complete mark scheme. This mark scheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have introduced the use of assessment objectives in all specifications The question pack itself is 96 pages in length and contains the following: - A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! - Contents page arranged in topic order - A guide to command words and their meaning - Key terms arranged in topic order - Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted 51 pages of questions sorted by topic covering the following: -Contents - Assessment objectives definitions - Command words - Key topic words- Sports psychology - Example of exam paper front cover and instructions Exam Questions on the following: - Aspects of personality - Attitudes - Arousal - Anxiety - Aggression - Motivation - Achievement motivation theory - Social facilitation - Group dynamics - Importance of goal setting - Attribution theory - Self-efficacy and confidence - Leadership - Stress management The mark scheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 45 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and all answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. This document will save you hours of preparation and planning time as well as help support outstanding teaching and learning in you classroom. ****PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! GOOD LUCK TEACHING YOUR STUDENTS AND I HOPE THAT THIS RESOURCE IS MASSIVE HELP****

By ste_p_smith

AS OCR PE SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY (NEW SPEC 2016) WORKSHEETS

AS OCR PE SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY (NEW SPEC 2016) WORKSHEETS

These are 53 worksheets on the entire specification of AS Sports Psychology for OCR syllabus. It covers all the new spec 2016 syllabus: personality, attitudes, groups & teams, motivation, arousal, goal setting, aggression, social facilitation. The worksheets consist of fill in the blanks, tables of compare/contrast, crosswords, question sheets, handouts, fact sheets, and revision sheets.

By barry1982

A2 OCR PE SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY ( NEW SPEC 2016)

A2 OCR PE SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY ( NEW SPEC 2016)

These are 22 worksheets on the A2 syllabus of Sports Psychology module for the OCR NEW SPEC 2016 syllabus. The four topics that are covered are attributions, self confidence, leadership & emotional control. The worksheets are fill in the blanks, crosswords, tables and different types of questions.

By barry1982

AS PE OCR SKILL ACQUISITION (New Spec 2016) Worksheets

AS PE OCR SKILL ACQUISITION (New Spec 2016) Worksheets

These are 21 worksheets on all the topics in AS Acquisition of Skill (New Spec 2016) for the OCR syllabus. From Skill classification, practice, transfer, stages of learning, theories of learning, guidance, and feedback. The worksheets have fill in the blanks, tables of comparison, crosswords on every topic, and question & answer types. I have made them & used them all for my students and they have grasped every area very well.

By barry1982