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Olympics games- ancient to modern

Olympics games- ancient to modern

An introduction to the ancient olympics and modern olympics, this lesson covers the history of the olympic games It also has a countries research task for students to do There is also a long term project for students to design their own olympic games as a host nation These resources are useful for student to learn about the Olympics before the Brazil 2016 Olympic games this summer.

By leighbee23

PE Assessment Series: Two Foot Jumping- 4 Versions

PE Assessment Series: Two Foot Jumping- 4 Versions

The PE Assessment Series- Two Foot Jumping packet is a series of assessment sheets using the following 4 formats: * Teacher Assessment (Pre-test/Post-test) * Teacher Assessment (Single Test Version) * Self-Assessment and * Peer-Assessment Each assessment format can be used by a physical education teacher for formative or summative assessment purposes.The different sheets share the same visuals, element descriptors and basic rubric system.The teacher versions (Pre/Post-test and Single test variation) allow for scoring to be conducted by the teacher while the peer and self-reflection versions provide an area for student reflection. The Two Foot Jumping sheets provide columns with the following components: * Visuals to help the students and teachers see the desired movements * Element/Cue descriptors that define the components of the skill * Columns with animated ball visuals that students and teachers use to indicate (by circling) whether they “got it” or they are still “working on” the skill Included in the packet is a “Working with PE Skill Assessment Data” guide and a PE Skill Outcome Scoring Rubric that can be used for student grading purposes. The PE Assessment Series- Two Foot Jumping packet would be appropriate to use with 1st through 10th Grade students

By ejpc2222

A WIMBLEDON CHAMPION

A WIMBLEDON CHAMPION

It´s a reading with vocabulary for intermediate students to learn how to be a great sportwomen.

By Olynj

Edexcel GCSE PE sport psychology

Edexcel GCSE PE sport psychology

This bundle covers all of topic 2 sports psychology module. Each section has Learning objectives and differentiated learning outcomes. Classification of skills Smart targets guidance on performance feedback on performance

By kimscott1311

AQA A Level Section A Homework/Plenary/Exam Question Booklet

AQA A Level Section A Homework/Plenary/Exam Question Booklet

This is similar to the other homework booklets that I have produced and are incredibly popular on here. This booklet covers section A is both paper 1 and paper 2. A mark scheme is also included for seamless independent work. The pack also focusses on assessment objectives and I have even tried to turn old mark schemes into the new format. There is dedicated space for teacher/self/peer feedback too to show progress. Much like the other homework booklets, an incredible resources of over 100 questions in topic and sub topic sections. My A level kids love these!

By Mitchbradley005

OCR Sport Science Tracker

OCR Sport Science Tracker

Tracker that tracks 3 coursework units and the exam unit. The tracker works out how many marks students need for L2P etc. Helps to track where students can improve work in order to meet the next boundary. Is currently set up for RO41, RO42, RO43 and RO45. However, simply change the unit titles to track whichever units you are teaching.

By JRawson2