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RO51 Cambridge Nationals Sports Studies-Lesson 2 & 3 -Promoting sporting values + Learning mat

RO51 Cambridge Nationals Sports Studies-Lesson 2 & 3 -Promoting sporting values + Learning mat

24 slide lesson which contains a learning mat to refer to during the lesson. Questions and discussion points also within PowerPoint Section A Lesson Aims: -To understand the role of sport in promoting values -Olympic and Paralympic values -Values of athletes and supporters Sections B Lesson Aims: - How athletes and spectators should behave in sport - Good/Bad Sportsmanship & Gamesmanship - Performance enhancing drugs
Lornell
Capture the Flag (Scheme of Work, All the favourite games from  COD bought to life)

Capture the Flag (Scheme of Work, All the favourite games from COD bought to life)

Really fun scheme of work for all inclusive of all objectives and outcomes. Students can create their own environments, design their own games as additions. If you've never played this in school you need to start! Making the students step off the computer screen from playing call of duty and now performing it physically, really captures the attention of all students.
PEinnovator
Rugby touchline coach cards non doer / off games / non performer

Rugby touchline coach cards non doer / off games / non performer

This pack of 16 picture / text cards are a brilliant and engaging resource for pupils who are off games/ non-doer/ or who have taken a knock and are non performing at the time. Each card gives the user a different scenario to work through which keeps them involved in the lesson, and provides essential peer to peer feedback. The depth of questions on the cards will provoke self-assessment and essentially another pair of coaches eyes for you! These cards can be printed and slipped in to lanyards so the pupils can wear them and use the prompts during lessons.
emsleyj
OCR GCSE PE 2016 - Section 2: End of unit tests and mark schemes

OCR GCSE PE 2016 - Section 2: End of unit tests and mark schemes

End of unit test and mark schemes for all topics in section 2 of the new OCR GCSE specification. Including: Engagement patterns of different social groups Commercialisation Ethical and socio-cultural issues Skill classification Goal setting and mental preparation Guidance and feedback Health, fitness and well being Test papers are out of 30 marks and includes: Multiple choice questions Definition questions Short and long answer application questions Mark scheme will allow quick and easy grading of student papers
roblarsh