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Somatotypes

Somatotypes

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the 3 different somatotypes Learning objectives: Understand how body shape is defined in sport Describe the appearance of each one Provide sporting examples for each Also includes: Activity Homework task
katparker84
Sport-Specific Diets

Sport-Specific Diets

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into how diets differ for different sports. Match-up activity included.
katparker84
Energy Use + Diet

Energy Use + Diet

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction to what is meant by the term ‘energy balance’ and the consequences of not balancing out calories taken in and burnt off. Exam questions (and answers) included which could be used for homework.
katparker84
Diet

Diet

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction to what makes up a balanced diet and how each component aids sporting performance. Learning objectives: Understand why diet is important to sports performance Describe the different parts of a balanced diet Explain how special diets can aid sports performance Video clips included. Hand-out marries up perfectly with the powerpoint
katparker84
Fitness

Fitness

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction to what is meant by ‘fitness’ and how different sports requires different levels of fitness. Learning objectives: To describe what is meant by the term fitness To understand how to maintain a general level of fitness Exam question included.
katparker84
Consequences of a Sedentary Lifestyle

Consequences of a Sedentary Lifestyle

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction as to what the term ‘sedentary’ means and the consequences that may occur if people lead a ‘sedentary lifestyle’. Learning objectives: To understand what is meant by the term ‘Sedentary Lifestyle’ Identify the consequences to your health of leading a sedentary lifestyle Relate all 3 elements of well-being to this type of lifestyle x 2 activity tasks included.
katparker84
Health and Well-Being

Health and Well-Being

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction as to what ‘well-being’ is and what the difference is between the 3 types: physical, mental and social. Learning objectives: To understand the contribution that participating in physical activity can make to physical, emotional and social health and well-being. To describe the benefits of maintaining physical, mental and social well-being Activity and homework task included.
katparker84
Health

Health

GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable tor new GCSE PE Specification Introduction as to what ‘Health’ is and what it means to be ‘healthy’. Learning objectives: To be able to describe what health is. To look at the factors that make a healthy lifestyle – DR SHADES. To consider the effects that smoking, alcohol and drugs have on health. Homework task provided.
katparker84
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
10 Ladder PE Activities - Free Resource

10 Ladder PE Activities - Free Resource

The 10 Ladder PE Activities has been created by The PE Shed to provide PE teachers with a resource for improving coordination and movement skills. Students can use this resource independently or it can be delivered by a teacher. Perfect for Primary / Elementary / Physical Education Teachers and Sports Coaches. Have a look at our other resources: 10 PE Activities for the Classroom Bouncing, rolling and catching Task Cards Active Reading Comprehensions - Level 1 - Letters and Sounds Phase 3-4 Kingball Resource Pack - 3 Versions of the throwing and catching strategy PE game Bench Ball -2 versions- PE Invasion Game Signs and Symbols Fitness Navigation Activity Slide in the Mud PE Game Kings and Queens: Rock, Paper, Scissors Fitness - Physical Education Activity Polar Bear Tag - Physical Education Game The Dragon Nest - PE Strategy Game Tower Rush - PE Strategy Game Protect the Kingdom - PE Teamwork and Coordination Game The Witches Cauldron - PE Strategy Halloween Game 5 PE Christmas Games 12 Days of Fitness PE Christmas Activity
thepeshed
Edexcel GCSE PE PEP Booklet 1: Aim and Planning

Edexcel GCSE PE PEP Booklet 1: Aim and Planning

A step by step guide to completing the ’ Aim and Planning analysis ’ section of the PEP module. Booklet includes sections on: How to get top marks Fitness, health and exercise (3.1.1) Purpose of W/U and C/D (3.6.1 - 3.6.3) PARQ (3.5.1) Components of fitness (3.6.1 - 3.6.3) Fitness testing (3.2.2 - 3.2.4) Methods of training (3.3.3) SMART targets (2.2.1 - 2.2.3) Principles of training and intensities (3.3.1) Booklet is supported with exemplar material from the board and all documents can be edited for your school / cohort
paulsoutham9
Health: Nutrients & Activity Full Unit

Health: Nutrients & Activity Full Unit

This is a full Nutrients and Activity Unit. It contains all the files needed for 5 - 40 minute lessons. Within the unit is 3 assessment pieces. This unit is aligned with the Canada Food Guide. 9 pages of lesson plans & handouts 17 page editable Google Slide
rombop
Video: Be active!

Video: Be active!

Bridget Benelam, Senior Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation explains the importance of being active. The presentation is suitable for students aged 8-14 years of age.
foodafactoflife
GCSE PE 1-9 Paper 2 - Health and Performance Revision Squares

GCSE PE 1-9 Paper 2 - Health and Performance Revision Squares

This is a revision resource for GCSE PE Edexcel 1-9 Paper 2 - Health and Performance 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 Sedentary lifestyle and obesity lesson (AQA Specification)

GCSE Sedentary lifestyle and obesity lesson (AQA Specification)

This bundle includes a power point, lesson plan and resources needed for all activities (including differentiated worksheets for higher and lower ability pupils. The lesson is on sedentary lifestyle and obesity and meets the AQA GCSE PE specification for the topic. I have included the lesson plan so that you can see what activities match which slides etc. I have used this lesson with my GCSE Year 9 and Year 10 classes and have found it to be very successful in terms of engagement and giving the pupils knowledge/understanding. The objectives of the lesson can be seen below. Lesson activities include: fill in the missing words, guided discovery task for the effects of a sedentary lifestyle, a card sort and a table activity for pupils to complete. • 3/4 - Demonstrate understanding of what a sedentary lifestyle is and what obesity is. • 5/6 – Identify and explain the consequences of leading a sedentary lifestyle and being obese. • 7+ - Apply knowledge of a sedentary lifestyle and obesity to sporting examples.
c_payne5936
GCSE PE Lesson on somatotypes (AQA Specification)

GCSE PE Lesson on somatotypes (AQA Specification)

This bundle includes a power point, lesson plan and resources needed for all activities. The lesson is on somatotypes and meets the AQA GCSE PE specification for the topic. I have included the lesson plan so that you can see what activities match which slides etc. I have used this lesson with my GCSE Year 9 and Year 10 classes and have found it to be very successful in terms of engagement and giving the pupils knowledge/understanding. The objectives of the lesson can be seen below. Lesson activities include: 2 x card sort, picking out the correct statements and a peer-assessment ask. 3/4 - Demonstrate understanding of what a somatotype is. 5/6 Understand and explain the three different somatotypes. 5/6 – Identify and explain the differences between the three different somatotypes with references to sporting examples.
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
Student Behaviour Reflection Sheet for PE - The PE Shed - Free

Student Behaviour Reflection Sheet for PE - The PE Shed - Free

The Student behaviour reflection sheet has been created by The PE Shed to provide PE teachers with a strategy for managing behaviour with minimal affect on the lesson. Students use this to reflect on an incident that has happened in a lesson. This strategy has multiple benefits: It reduces the affect on the lesson flow. It reduces the time teachers spend resolving incidents. It allows students to express their feelings. It allows students to have their view heard. It provides evidence for further reporting. This strategy requires students who have reading and writing skills and it generally works best with older students. Perfect for Primary / Elementary / Physical Education Teachers and Sports Coaches. Have a look at our other resources: -10 PE Activities for the Classroom Bouncing, rolling and catching Task Cards Signs and Symbols Fitness Navigation Activity Slide in the Mud PE Game Kings and Queens: Rock, Paper, Scissors Fitness - Physical Education Activity Polar Bear Tag - Physical Education Game The Dragon Nest - PE Strategy Game Tower Rush - PE Strategy Game Protect the Kingdom - PE Teamwork and Coordination Game The Witches Cauldron - PE Strategy Halloween Game 5 PE Christmas Games 12 Days of Fitness PE Christmas Activity
thepeshed
Primary PE Assessment Pack

Primary PE Assessment Pack

This pack extensively covers everything you need to assess attainment and track progress in Primary PE. If you are a PE Coordinator in your school then this is perfect for you.
davidfootywizard27
Primary (KS1 & KS2) Sports Day Pack

Primary (KS1 & KS2) Sports Day Pack

Resource pack containing: Activity station instructions inc. diagram Order of events and timings (the whole event should last 2 hours) Equipment lists Staff roles Pupil groupings Score sheets Certificates (to be edited here: https://www.canva.com/design/DACtka-oW4o/view) Feedback appreciated :)
davidfootywizard27
Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Early Years & Primary PE Report Comment Bank

Comment bank for writing EY & KS PE reports. Comments include: Intro/ Summary Effort Motor Skills Fitness Physical Health Sport specific Sports teams Working with others Settle into school To use- please copy and paste into SchoolReportWriter: https://schoolreportwriter.com/school-report-comments-bank-sharing.php Example: Pupil A is a friendly and enthusiastic member of the class who has shown great improvement in his confidence levels this year. He has worked well during practical lessons and has shown skill progression in all areas. Pupil A has excelled in cricket. It would be great to see him continue this outside of school. He has continued to play for the school sports teams and shown pride in representing the school. Pupil A has been a pleasure to teach so far this year and with continuation of his positive attitude and work ethic he should excel.
davidfootywizard27
Final Revision Powerpoints

Final Revision Powerpoints

Two powerpoints, one for each exam paper including exam tips and mnemonics Can be used for the final lesson before the exam Pupils can play along with mini whiteboards and pens
mgoldsworthy