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GCSE PE Warm Up, Cool Down, Injury and Hazards

GCSE PE Warm Up, Cool Down, Injury and Hazards

Power point containing everything needed to teach warm up, cool down, minimising injury risk and hazards in sport. Includes definitions, sport specific examples, useful exam links, past paper questions and answers. Content is specific to OCR GCSE PE 9-1 specification but is easily adaptable to other exam boards. Approximately 3/4 50 minute lessons worth of content.
daisy1603
GCSE PE Applying Principles of Training

GCSE PE Applying Principles of Training

Power point including all information needed on the OCR GCSE PE 1-9 specification for applying the principles of training. Includes lesson objectives, useful exam link boxes, definitions and examples of SPOR and FITT and relevant past paper questions and answers. Approximately three 50 minute lessons worth of content. Can be easily adapted to include group tasks, homework sheets and to suit other exam boards.
daisy1603
Leader Cards KS3

Leader Cards KS3

These are four cards for KS3 learners in order to give them job roles in the lesson. This could be for people without kit or injured. Coach Leader Expert Scout I've laminated them and put them on lanyards.
jbarrett1987
Socio-Cultural Influences

Socio-Cultural Influences

Following the AQA GCSE PE syllabus, this presentation covers the whole of chapter 5A- socio-cultural influences. The presentation explorers the differences between barriers to participation and stereotypes in a variety of athletes. This chapter covers disability sport, female participation, socio-economic status and ethnicity in sport. Youtube clips and newspaper articles have been included in the presentation throughout. Additional information has been incorporated into the slides.
Lucyrose17
Excel Bundle

Excel Bundle

This package includes all my top selling Excel resources including How2Excel, an introductory guide to the use of Excel and Excel Jurassic Park, where you're put in charge of the finances and budget of your own dinosaur Park! Also included within the bundle: How to create an interactive spreadsheet Excel sport tournament planner (includes some really useful ranking techniques to create live changing league tables.
RobbotResources
A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016)  4.5: Confidence and Self-Efficacy

A-Level PE EDEXCEL (new spec 2016) 4.5: Confidence and Self-Efficacy

This covers topic 4: Sports Psychology 2.3: Injury Prevention and the Rehabilitation of Injury. 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 lessons on a mac. Furthermore, if I made silly spelling mistakes or my grammar is not up to spec, sorry I am dyslexic. Knowledge and understanding of self-confidence and the self-concept (Humanist). Knowledge and understanding of Vealey’s model of sport specific confidence, including relevant sporting examples. Describe Bandura’s Self-Efficacy: four factors that build self-efficacy. Discuss the factors that affect self-confidence/self-efficacy: personality, situation, history. Recap on learned helplessness and its impact on performance.
simisterlucy
AQA GCSE PE - 4A) Sports Psychology question paper and mark scheme

AQA GCSE PE - 4A) Sports Psychology question paper and mark scheme

This resource is designed to help structure and improve students knowledge and application of the chapter 4, paper 2 Sports Psychology. The question paper is out of 51 marks and covers the following specification topics: Skill and ability, classification of skills, characteristics of skilled performance, benefits of SMART goal setting, types of goals, information processing stages, types of feedback and guidance and application to sports performance, relationship between arousal and stress management, motivation, personality and aggression. Documents included: a 51 mark question paper, corresponding detailed mark scheme and self-assessment sheet for students on how to improve their application. I hope you find this resource helpful!
franferrrari
Leadership in sport A level PE OCR 2016 Spec

Leadership in sport A level PE OCR 2016 Spec

Complete 27 Slide PowerPoint for' Leadership in sport' following the A level PE OCR 2016 Specification. Ideal for A2 (year 13) students. PowerPoint covers: Effective Leadership, Emergent and prescribed leader, Leadership styles, Theories of leadership and Chelladurai's multi-dimensional model of sports leadership.
JennYoung30