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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Full Specification - Applied Anatomy, Physical Training, Socio-Cultural Influences, Sports Psychology and Health, Fitness and Well-being - A3 Revision Mats

OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Full Specification - Applied Anatomy, Physical Training, Socio-Cultural Influences, Sports Psychology and Health, Fitness and Well-being - A3 Revision Mats

** Get these Comic Life A3 Revision Mats for free when you buy the corresponding units of work and leave a review - click my store to find the full units and to see examples ** This resource features 13 double sided A3 revision mats for the new OCR GCSE PE specification (2016). For each unit each bullet point of the specification has its own box where students recall then apply their knowledge to sporting examples. They are great to recap the unit. We use these as revision tools at the end of the unit prior to taking the unit test. They have been created on Comic Life and students always like this design. There is one A3 revision mat for each of the following units: 1.1.a - The Structure and Function of the Skeletal System 1.1.b - The Structure and Function of the Muscular System 1.1.c - Movement Analysis (Levers, Planes and Axes) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System 1.1.e - The Effects of Exercise on the Body Systems 1.2.a - The Components of Fitness 1.2.b - Applying the Principles of Training 1.2.c - Preventing Risks in Physical Activity and Training 2.1.a - Engagement Patterns of Different Social Groups in Physical Activity and Sport 2.1.b - Commercialisation of Physical Activity and Sport 2.1.c - Ethical and Socio-cultural Issues in Physical Activity and Sport 2.2 - Sports Psychology 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being

By NW_PE

OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Full Specification - Applied Anatomy, Physical Training, Socio-Cultural Influences, Sports Psychology and Health, Fitness and Well-being - Homework Projects

OCR GCSE PE 9-1 (2016) Full Specification - Applied Anatomy, Physical Training, Socio-Cultural Influences, Sports Psychology and Health, Fitness and Well-being - Homework Projects

Save £10 by buying as a bundle! This resource features 13 differentiated homework project booklets for the new OCR GCSE PE specification (2016). Each homework project follows the same structure and we have have found that our students have benefit from the routine and produced higher quality homework. Based on their target grade students complete four differentiated questions. Students have a choice of nine questions which are banded into difficulty. The bands that they answer the questions from are determined by their target grade but students can choose to push them selves and are still offered choice with three questions in each band. For example a student with a target grade of 6 would be expected to answer 1 question from band D (hardest), 2 from band C (middle) and 1 from band B (easiest). The questions require them to practice various skills such as explaining (band B), applying to sport (band C) and evaluating (band D). For each unit each part of the specification is covered within a question. The way this homework works is fully explained on the booklet. There is one homework project for each of the following units: 1.1.a - The Structure and Function of the Skeletal System 1.1.b - The Structure and Function of the Muscular System 1.1.c - Movement Analysis (Levers, Planes and Axes) 1.1.d - The Cardiovascular and Respiratory System 1.1.e - The Effects of Exercise on the Body Systems 1.2.a - The Components of Fitness 1.2.b - Applying the Principles of Training 1.2.c - Preventing Risks in Physical Activity and Training 2.1.a - Engagement Patterns of Different Social Groups in Physical Activity and Sport 2.1.b - Commercialisation of Physical Activity and Sport 2.1.c - Ethical and Socio-cultural Issues in Physical Activity and Sport 2.2 - Sports Psychology 2.3 - Health, Fitness and Well-being

By NW_PE

NEW A-Level PE - Sport England

NEW A-Level PE - Sport England

A set of resources for teaching 'Sport England's and local/national partners' aim to increase participation of under-represented groups' as part of the Sport and Society module on the New AQA A-Level PE spec. Included is: - A PowerPoint Presentation which contains an engaging starter, Differentiated learning objectives, all of the key content for the topic, a research task and a plenary activity. - A Student Handout to match it. - An Extended exam question. Can easily be adapted to differentiate for different types of learners.

By joelgalley11

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

In this engaging and interactive lesson, students make the case for who they feel is the greatest sportsperson of all time. Within the lesson they develop skills of: persuasive writing, independent researching, personal and social comprehension, and speaking and listening. By the end of the lesson, students write and present their own case for the world's greatest sportsperson, using individually researched subject matter, structural advice, and understanding of persuasive techniques. The learning follows a logical, bitesize journey, in which students: - Discuss and define the key features of what they think makes a sportsperson 'great'; - Research how their own contender meets the features of greatness, using a well-scaffolded research template; - Understand and exemplify each of the persuasive techniques, useful in convincing others of their case; - Critically analyse the language, subject matter, and structure of a model example of a World's Greatest Sportsperson article; - Write, present, and assess their own article. Included is everything that you need to teach, including: - Comprehensive, well-presented whole-lesson PowerPoint (students are led through the learning journey by an animated Usain Bolt character!); - Research template and completed model example; - Persuasive device cards for the card-sorting activity; - Model example of a completed 'World's Greatest Sportsperson' article; - Lesson plan. This would be perfect as a part of an English persuasive writing or speaking and listening unit, a PSHE/Citizenship study of people and their achievements, or a Cross-Curricular activity for less structured learning time. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the presentation.

By TandLGuru