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GCSE PE Exam Revision booklet - Part 1

GCSE PE Exam Revision booklet - Part 1

This is the first part of a revision booklet I am producing for Year 10 and 11's completing the GCSE PE course. This first section covers the topics of The Active Participant, Demands on Performance, Health, Training, Diet, and various other sub-topics...The second part is still in production but a change in my job role has delayed this. I hope to complete the second and final part within the next month... ready for GCSE revision ;)Hope this is still of some help.

By beachman0274

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AS OCR PE SKILL ACQUISITION

AS OCR PE SKILL ACQUISITION

This is an entire powerpoint for all of the modules of the new spec OCR AS Skill Acquisition topic. It includes the total skill specification and breaks it down into the 7 modules including: 1. Classification of skills2. types & methods of practise3. Transfer of skills4. Principles & theories of learning movement skills5. stages of learning6. guidance7. feedbackThere are lots of slides on each topic with pictures and theory behind the content. There is also the specification for each of the topics, so you know you have taught the correct stuff!! I found this really important as lots of the topics of the old skill specification had changed. i.e. lots had been taken out.

By barry1982

AS OCR PE SKILL ACQUISITION REVISION BOOKLET

AS OCR PE SKILL ACQUISITION REVISION BOOKLET

This is another revision booklet for the module of AS Acquisition of Skill for the OCR specification. It is a colourful booklet that contains a contents page where the 7 topics of skill are listed with columns for GOOD, MEDIUM, POOR for knowledge. This booklet also contains the A2 topic Memory also.Then in colour coded fashion there are lots of questions on each of the topics with a blank box for the student to write in the answer. This helps to see what students know/don't know!!I have found it useful with my students, as it reminds them a) what topics there are!! and b) what they have forgotten!!

By barry1982

The Premiership   Maths through Football

The Premiership Maths through Football

This presentation contains a number of activities based on the 380 games played in the English premier football league for the season 2016 – 2017. The nature of the material makes it suitable for individual or group investigative tasks based on material that many students will find engaging. The results, and other statistics, of each of the 20 premiership clubs are given as well as a chronological list of all results. Tasks are set for each team as well as each calendar month. (answers are given at the end of the presentation but no hyperlink to this slide is embedded) There is a excel file (bundle available) also available on this platform which will allow ICT skills to be developed and there may also be a potential usage in PE lessons. The whole presentation contains 129 slides and hyperlinks for ease of navigation are embedded throughout

By 20JET12

Data table Vital signs

Data table Vital signs

Data table designed to support students collect data from peers while carrying out the following techniques:Oxygen saturationPulse rateBlood PressureVital capacityBlood glucosePeak FlowTable includes space to record 3 readings for each participant and space to calculate averages.

By schandler1

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 2.5.Angular Motion

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 2.5.Angular Motion

This covers topic 2: Exercise Physiology and Applied Movement Analysis: 2.5.Angular Motion. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students will have to use books 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 lesson on a mac. Understanding of how angular motion is applied in a sporting context.• Describe the factors affecting moment of inertia: mass and distribution of mass from axis of rotation.• Analyse effects of increasing or decreasing the moment of inertia when rotating around axes (whole body or specific joint).

By simisterlucy

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 2.6. Projectile Motion

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 2.6. Projectile Motion

This covers topic 2: Exercise Physiology and Applied Movement Analysis: 2.6. Projectile Motion. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students will have to use books 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 lesson on a mac. • Understand and application of projectile motion in refining technique in different sporting contexts.• Describe forces acting during flight that affect projectile motion: gravity, air resistance and lift forces• Discuss the factors that determine the horizontal displacement of a projectile: velocity of release, height of release, angle of release, technology.

By simisterlucy

AQA A-Level 8 mark student self assessment

AQA A-Level 8 mark student self assessment

I am really keen to get my students to sit 8 mark exam questions but feel like I do too much to then tell them what they are doing wrong rather than they find out for themselves. So I am now using this! :-)I get the students to sit the exam question / then either peer or self assess using the mark scheme and then complete this sheet. They then tell me what they need to do to improve - AO1/AO2/AO3 etc.

By craig_humber

Edexcel GCSE PE 9-1 (2016 spec) Physical training- health, exercise, fitness and performance.

Edexcel GCSE PE 9-1 (2016 spec) Physical training- health, exercise, fitness and performance.

Edexcel GCSE PE 9-1, 2016 SpecificationTopic 3- Physical Training, 3.1- Health, exercise, fitness and performance.This is a detailed lesson to support teaching the new specification, in particular topic 3.1 which investigates the relationship between health and fitness and the role that exercise plays in both.This lesson in mainly student led, it is engaging and has several different case studies for students to research. It also links extremely well to previously taught topics. The lesson has differentiated and graded learning outcomes and an application exam question at the end.Please see my other lessons.

By OF92

AQA A-Level 15 mark student self assessment

AQA A-Level 15 mark student self assessment

I am really keen to get my students to sit 8 mark exam questions but feel like I do too much to then tell them what they are doing wrong rather than they find out for themselves. So I am now using this! :-)I get the students to sit the exam question / then either peer or self assess using the mark scheme and then complete this sheet. They then tell me what they need to do to improve - AO1/AO2/AO3 etc.

By craig_humber

A Level PE, Sport Psychology, Anxiety

A Level PE, Sport Psychology, Anxiety

Learning ObjectivesDefine and identify somatic, cognitive, competitive trait and competitive state anxiety.Understand and explain the advantages and disadvantages of using observations, questionnaires and physiological measures to measure anxiety.Be able to apply and justify the impact of different types of anxiety on sport performance.

By gdk85