Short and Long-term Effects of Exercise - Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Short and Long-term Effects of Exercise - Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 2 lessons (based on 1 hour lessons) worth of work. This pack contains a PowerPoint presentation which details the Edexcel GCSE PE topics of short and long-term effects of exercise as well as offering the opportunity to interpret physiological data and suggest reasons for particular trends and patterns. Also attached are printable learning objectives and all the graphs used in the PowerPoint.
Cardio-Respiratory Revision Mind MapQuick View
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Cardio-Respiratory Revision Mind Map

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A revision mind map which is based on the new AQA GCSE PE specification - physiology and anatomy paper 1 - Cardio-Respiratory It is designed to be printed on A3, however, it can also be printed on A4.
Cardiovascular System - GCSE PE Edexcel (9-1)Quick View
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Cardiovascular System - GCSE PE Edexcel (9-1)

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This resource contains around 3 to 4 lessons (based on 1 hour lessons) worth of work. There is a PowerPoint Show which explains, through practical and engaging tasks: the function of the heart and heart diagrams (plus labelling starter and heart worksheets) the pathway of blood the 3 functions of the cardiovascular system arteries, veins and capillaries (SEND adapted worksheets) red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma Literacy focus tasks and exam specific questions are also included along with accompanying cardiovascular worksheets.
Skeletal System - Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Skeletal System - Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 3 lessons (based on 1-hour lessons) worth of work. This pack contains a PowerPoint Show which details the Edexcel GCSE PE theory topics of bones, joints, functions of the skeleton, types of movement (including the 2019 introduction of circumduction). It contains active starters, differentiated literacy tasks and worksheets and visual resources. Also attached is a skeleton labelling sheet, different types of bone colour in sheet and learning objectives for each lesson.
Physical Training Revision Mind MapQuick View
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Physical Training Revision Mind Map

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Physical training / types of training revision mind map for the new AQA GCSE PE specification - physiology and anatomy paper - types of training, principles of training and components of fitness. It is designed to be printed on A3, however, it can also be printed on A4.
Musculoskeletal Revision Mind MapQuick View
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Musculoskeletal Revision Mind Map

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A revision mindmap that has been created for the new AQA GCSE PE specification - Physiology and anatomy paper 1 - musculoskeletal. It is designed to be printed on A3, however, it can also be printed on A4.
Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) in SportQuick View
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Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) in Sport

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This resource contains all the relevant information pupils need in regards to the performance enhancing drugs section of the AQA GCSE PE socio-cultural section/exam. The PowerPoint contains an active and student led activity whereby students are able to teach each other the key information about PEDs. There is also an attached word document that contains case studies/links to specific sporting examples of the use of PEDs.
Role of the Media and Sponsorship in Sport - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Role of the Media and Sponsorship in Sport - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This pack contains a PowerPoint presentation which details the AQA GCSE PE theory topics of the effect of the media (positive and negative), types of sponsorship, the role of the sponsor, and the impact of the media/sponsor on the official, sport, performer and audience. The presentation contains activities, literacy focus, differentiated questions and engaging case studies.
Lever Systems and Mechanical Advantage - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Lever Systems and Mechanical Advantage - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains 2 worksheets and an accompanying PowerPoint Show. The PowerPoint explains, in simply terms, the difference between the 3 types of lever. Sporting examples, together with anatomy screenshots, are used to inform students of where these levers are located within the human body and which sporting actions can be classed as either a first, second or third class lever. The final part of the PowerPoint explains the mechanical advantage of each lever.
Planes of Movement and Axes of Rotation - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Planes of Movement and Axes of Rotation - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource explains, in a simple and practical way (through using jelly babies - that students get to eat once they've completed the task which always gets them engaged), the AQA GCSE PE theory topic of planes and axes. The PowerPoint also briefly explains different types of movement which can be produced during each plane/axes. There is also some differentiated exam questions and exam tips.
Psychology Revision Mind MapQuick View
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Psychology Revision Mind Map

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A revision mind map which is based on the new AQA GCSE PE specification - Socio-cultural paper 2 - Psychology It is designed to be printed on A3, however, it can also be printed on A4.
Ethical Conduct by Performers - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Ethical Conduct by Performers - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource pack ccontains a PowerPoint show and accompanying differentiated worksheets for the new AQA GCSE PE (9-1) topic of ‘Ethical Conduct by Performers’. This resource explains what is meant by the terms etiquette, sportsmanship, gamesmanship and contract to compete. It also touches on the way Peformance Enhacing Drugs (PEDs) are seen as unethical.
Skeletal System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Skeletal System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 3 lessons (based on 1-hour lessons) worth of work. This pack contains a PowerPoint Show which details the AQA GCSE PE theory topics of bones, joints, functions of the skeleton, anatomy of a ball and socket joint and types of movement (including the 2019 introduction of circumduction!). It contains active starters, differentiated literacy tasks and worksheets and visual resources. Also attached is a skeleton labelling sheet, different types of bone colour in sheet, learning objectives for each lesson and a ball and socket labelling diagram.
Guidance Verbal, Visual, Manual and Mechanical - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Guidance Verbal, Visual, Manual and Mechanical - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This reource pack contains an engaging activity which practically teaches students about the 4 different types of guidance - verbal, visual, manual and mechanical. Included within the resource pack are all the resources (PowerPoint, learning objectives and guidance method tasks) and differentiated worksheets needed to bring the topic to life.
Commercialisation, Ethical and Social Issues Revision Mind MapQuick View
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Commercialisation, Ethical and Social Issues Revision Mind Map

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A revision mind map which is based on the new AQA GCSE PE specification - socio-cultural paper 2 - Commercialisation (media and sponsorship), and ethical and social isses (performance enhancing drugs, ethical conduct, spectator behaviour/hooliganism). It is designed to be printed on A3, however, it can also be printed on A4.
Respiratory System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Respiratory System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 3 lessons (based on 1 hour lessons) worth of work. There is a practical gaseous exchange lesson plan which breaks down the key concepts associated with how oxygen is absorbed and carbon-dioxide discarded from the body. There is also a PowerPoint presentation which explains, through practical and engaging tasks, the mechanics of breathing, the process of respiration and gaseous exchange. Literacy focus tasks and exam specific questions are also included along with accompanying respiratory worksheets.
Muscular System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Muscular System - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 3 lessons (based on 1 hour lessons) worth of work. This pack contains a PowerPoint presentation which details the AQA GCSE PE theory topics of muscles, types of contractions, antagonistic pairs and connective tissue. It contains active starters, differentiated tasks, literacy focuses and visual resources. Also attached is a muscles worksheet, types of contraction printouts and muscle label starter task.
Engagement Patterns - Race, Culture, Religion, Disability, Age and Gender - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Engagement Patterns - Race, Culture, Religion, Disability, Age and Gender - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This pack contains a PowerPoint presentation which details the AQA GCSE PE theory topic of ‘barriers to participation in sport and physical activity’. The presentation explains the affect of gender, age, religion, race, culture, family/friends and disability on our sporting choices. There are tasks linked to each topic throughout the presentation, as well as differentiated exam questions at the end (with accompanying mark schemes).
Technology in Sport - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Technology in Sport - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This resource contains around 1-2 lessons (based on 1 hour lessons) worth of work. This PowerPoint presentation details the AQA GCSE PE theory topic of technology in sport. It also contains a task relating to qualitative and quantitative data.
Musculoskeletal and Physical Training Differentiated Revision Task - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)Quick View
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Musculoskeletal and Physical Training Differentiated Revision Task - AQA GCSE PE (9-1)

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This is an active AQA GCSE PE Anatomy and Physiology (paper 1) revision task based on the game Question of Sport. This task is excellent for revision or end of unit summaries. It can also be used an as engaging starter. The best thing about this resource is once the students understand the task then the role of the teacher just becomes the facilitator -easy! I have created and used this resource with my year 9, 10 and 11 GCSE classes.