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Physical education theory scheme of work ideas

Physical education theory scheme of work ideas

This is a table with ideas and brief descriptions for theory elements to enhance / run alongside a physical education scheme, provide sport based cross-curricular classroom based lessons (such as using sports journalism in an English lesson), or form part of a PSHE scheme. This would be ideal for late KS2 and KS3. Please note, within the table it references resources and their locations, however, these are not included directly with this resource and refers to my personal drive. Some of the resources within are uploaded separately on TES or you could create your own based on the descriptors. You will find AQA unit awards referenced within if your school uses them.
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Values in sport

Values in sport

Designed for use in a special school with very mixed ability levels. The values in sport task sheet provides a printout that key stage 2, 3 and 4 could complete independently in small groups or teachers could use it as a template for a lesson discussion linking values to sports. This would link well with key sporting events such as the Olympics. Students create a poster that identifies 10 values that can be practiced through sports participation. Outcomes / skills practiced: teamwork, organisation, creativity, the importance of sport, values based learning The confidence in sport worksheet provides a tool for students to evaluate their own confidence. This can be supported by the PowerPoint or the PowerPoint could be used as a resource to support your own lesson in confidence as it is not sport specific.
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World Cup 2018 Activity bundle.

World Cup 2018 Activity bundle.

Includes a lesson that locates the 32 competing nations to their continent, then encourages atlas work to locate where these countries are on a pre prepared world map worksheet. Then students complete a map locating the venues for the 2018 World Cup, and match these to images of the stadia. A third activity focuses on the size of Russia, and asks students to map out the distance for each competing nation as they travel through the group stage of the competition. Additional resources include hyperlinks to video, and word search and cross word puzzles relating to Russia and the 2018 World Cup. 32 top trump cards, one for each competing nation, including a mixture of football and geographical statistical data. Play in pairs or larger groups for the original game, or use the powerpoint to play the tournament from start to finish, all required sheets and instructions needed to play the tournament are included.
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World Cup 2018

World Cup 2018

Series of activities to introduce the World Cup in Russia 2018. Starting with identifying the continents of origin of the 32 competing nations which leads into a mapping exercise showing where in the world these countries are found. Second activity is again atlas work and a poster presentation, as students locate the venues of the matches on a map of Russia, then match up the images of the grounds to the city. Third activity looks at the size of Russia and maps the distance between venues, students are asked to calculate which team has the greatest distance to travel during the group stage of the competition. Extra activities include word search and a cross word which looks at the geographical features of Russia as well as details about the World Cup. Hyperlinks to video clips are also included.
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World Cup 2018 Leavers Assembly

World Cup 2018 Leavers Assembly

World Cup 2018 Leavers’ Assembly Duration: around 15 minutes. Cast size suitable for one class - or year group of two or three classes. Who would have thought Mr. Head would have so much trouble in this Leavers' Assembly - disciplining his own staff?! There's Mr. Place - a geography teacher with an unfortunate temper; there's Mrs Sums - with an unfortunate obsession with numbers; there's Mrs Write - with her unfortunate outspokenness ... are you spotting a pattern here? And as for Mr. Force from the science department ... well, let's just say he might have pushed his luck just that little bit too far on this occasion! Anyway, hat's off to Mr. Head as he struggles on. After all, football is just a game, isn't it?! Sample Text Mr. Head: Ah! Mrs Write, our Literacy expert! Mrs Write: (Enunciating every word slowly and perfectly) Good morning, Mr. Head. Good Morning, children! Students: Good morning, Mrs Write! Mrs Write: Before we go any further, I do feel it is important that our children can tell the difference between fact and fantasy! Mr. Head: Er, don't you mean facts and opinions? Mrs Write: (Impatiently) Just so! Though some of my students seem to be indulging in some very worrying fantasies at the moment. Student 1: But you're always telling us to use our imaginations, Miss! Mrs Write: ‘Tis true. But we also need to keep a certain hold on reality. And, to put it bluntly .... (pausing) Mr. Head: (Impatiently) Yes, Mrs Write. We haven't got all day! Mrs Write: Well, as long as you can assure me that I won't upset anyone in speaking my mind? Mr. Head: It's never stopped you in the past! Mrs Write: (Cagily) Well, it's about England's chances of winning the World Cup! Mr. Head: Ah! (Pauses) Now I see where you're coming from. Could I suggest you proceed with extreme caution? With extreme tact, even? Mrs Write: Oh don't you worry! You're looking at somebody who can not only write to the highest standard but is also always right in everything she says .. Mr. Head: (Aside) And so modest with it! Mrs Write: Let me just tell anyone who is nursing any illusions about England winning Mr. Head: (Anxiously) I think I mentioned tact, Mrs Write? Mrs Write: Well .... (takes a deep breath and then blurts out) England doesn't stand the faintest chance of winning the World Cup! (Mr. Head covers his head in despair, as all students rise to their feet in uproar) Mrs Write: You see what I mean? Somebody had to tell them! They shouldn't be allowed to continue believing in this fantasy! Mr. Head: (In exasperation) Mrs Write! Have you ever heard the expression ‘Like a bull in a china shop'?
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World Cup 2018 Assembly

World Cup 2018 Assembly

World Cup 2018 Assembly Cast Size – 33 as this includes Referee plus 32 competing nations - but speaking parts can be doubled up, to the number required. Duration - Around 20 minutes (not including music) A referee's job is never the easiest in the world - but put him in charge of 32 teams from across the world - all together, at the same time ..... Does he have his work cut out or does he have his work cut out?! Join him plus 32 nations in this celebration of the World Cup - all lining up for one of the greatest sporting events on the planet! Sample Text: Referee: Sorry, I didn’t quite catch that. What are we here celebrating today? Whole Cast: (Shouting louder) THE WORLD CUP! (Referee blows whistle) Referee: OK. OK. Sit down everyone. Don’t let’s get too excited! It is, after all, only football! English Fan: (In outrage) Pardon? Have you never heard what the great Bill Shankly had to say? Referee: No. But I’ve a feeling I’m going to! English Fan: He said “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I’m very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that”! Referee: (Shrugging) And there was me, thinking it was just sport! So, let’s find out a little more about the World Cup, starting with where it’s going to be held this year, 2018. Russia: In Russia! We, as the host nation, (turning to cast) are happy to welcome you all! (Everyone cheers) Referee: Thank you, Russia. Tell me. How many countries are there competing this year? Russia: Thirty two! Referee: Let’s meet them! In Group A (Each country, represented by a fan dressed in his team colours, stands and waves national flag in turn before sitting down again) Russia: Russia! We’re the host nation Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia. The first team to take on the host nation in the opening match! Egypt: Egypt! Referee: Welcome back! Egypt: Yes, it’s been 28 years since our last appearance in a world cup, in 1990. Uruguay: Uruguay! We were the very first host, in 1930.
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World Cup 2018 Quiz

World Cup 2018 Quiz

World Cup 2018 Quiz 100 questions (and answers!) on this year's World Cup and those that have gone before. Enjoy! Also available: World Cup Assembly, World Cup Leavers Assembly, World Cup Guided Readers plus resources on participating countries. Sample Text: I Quirky Facts 1. Who used to practice with a slipper on his right foot and why? 2. Where was the original world cup trophy kept during the Second World War? II 2018 World Cup 1. How often is the World Cup held? 2. Where is the 2018 World Cup being held? III History 1. When was the first World Cup held? 2. Where was it held? IV Records 1. What country has made the most appearances – the only country to have appeared in every World Cup? 2. How many appearances has this country made? V Quotations 1. Who said “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I’m very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.” – said to be the greatest football saying in 2006?
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The Super Bowl Trivia Game

The Super Bowl Trivia Game

This game gives students the opportunity to research questions about past Super Bowls. The students are asked questions, have time to look up answers, and score points in a jeopardy type format. The game is played in groups which helps build community and improved classroom climate and camaraderie. A great game to play prior to the Super Bowl for some fun and a little excitement. (Grades 5-12)
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8 x Manchester United Starter Activities Keywords Wordsearch Crossword PE Sports Football Club

8 x Manchester United Starter Activities Keywords Wordsearch Crossword PE Sports Football Club

1 x Wordsearch 1 x Definitions Match-up cut and stick sheet 1 x Crossword 1 x Factsheet 1 x Missing words cloze activity 1 x Anagram Sheet 1 x Alphabet Brainstorm Analyser 1 x IDEA (Identify, Describe, Explain, Analyse) Analyser on the theme of Manchester United. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
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Pele Biography Comprehension Lesson

Pele Biography Comprehension Lesson

Quality comprehension text about the footballer Pele. Differentiated questions to suit three ability groups and presentation included. Video clips of Pele's best goals included. Spelling word bank/mat included. Outstanding observed lesson quality resources. PDF and Word files includ
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