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NEW AQA GCSE PE (9-1) Year 2- Socio-cultural Influences 3.2.2 -Engagement patterns in social groups

NEW AQA GCSE PE (9-1) Year 2- Socio-cultural Influences 3.2.2 -Engagement patterns in social groups

This lesson covers the first part of 3.2.2.1 Unit: Engagement patterns of different social groups in physical activity and sport. I will be uploading each lesson from this unit in forthcoming weeks. A thoroughly planned, comprehensive PowerPoint presentation as part of the Year 2 module in line with the new AQA GCSE PE 9-1 course, first taught September 2016. This can be taught in 1-2 lessons. The pack includes the a Presentations and a worksheet which allows students to collate understanding onto one page and answer exam questions. For the topic there is all content required, inline with the spec. This includes differentiated learning activities through; discussion tasks, differentiated questions, research tasks, links to videos, exam questions are also included to test the student's knowledge and understanding. The exam questions relate to the AO1, AO2 and AO3 assessment objectives.
sophiebailey1990
Swimming Activities

Swimming Activities

A useful resource card with some great games to engage and build confidence in the swimming pool. * I do not own the rights to this flashcard. Just a very useful resource for any swimming lessons.
hollyannafreeman
A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 5.5. The Relationship Between Sport and the Media

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 5.5. The Relationship Between Sport and the Media

This covers topic 5: Sport in Society: 5.5. The Relationship Between Sport and the Media. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as (Roscoe and Roscoe) as well to answer the questions as 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). • To describe the positive and negative impact of the media on sport. • To describe the historical events between sport and the media. • To discuss the impact on technology on the viewing experience. • Understand the growth of live / social media coverage and the implications for performer, supporter and the sport.
simisterlucy
BTEC Sport Level 2 First Award in Sport - Unit 6 - Leading Sports Activities-  Disctinction Example.

BTEC Sport Level 2 First Award in Sport - Unit 6 - Leading Sports Activities- Disctinction Example.

Are you teaching BTEC Sport Level 2 and want to see a Distinction example of Unit 6 - Leading Sports Activities? These assignments are of 'Sample' standard. There is also a BONUS - (Lesson timetable to help plan the sessions with your group). This example includes all assignments: Assignment 1: The attributes of Successful Sports Leadership Skills, Qualities and Responsibilities of a Sports Leader. Comparison of 2 leaders. Assignment 2 - Plan, Lead and Review a Sports Activity 2 x lesson plans with justifications. Lesson review. Student review template. This resource can be a useful way to help structure your preparation lessons.
smrushton
PE Football Ball Control Drill

PE Football Ball Control Drill

In this addition again the children can watch and copy without your input. The drill can be used as a warm up or as a main activity in a ball control session. Its easy for them to set up and does not need much space. Ideal for small halls or bigger areas. I Have used this resource with KS1 classes, let them watch it twice and let them take responsibility to go and set up the game. Trust me, my lot in year 1 were more than capable and they enjoy the responsibility.
dineen002sean
PE Football Coaching session drill

PE Football Coaching session drill

This reource can be shown straight to the children as it is spoken as if I am coaching the viewer. This resource shows children of any age how to complete a step over, a ball control skill in football. It is brilliant for a warm up or as a skill to then go in to a dribbling game. This has been used with key stage 1 and key stage 2 children. Just watch twice and let them go and do it.
dineen002sean