GCSE PE AQA Scenario 2017 Revision Booklet - James

GCSE PE AQA Scenario 2017 Revision Booklet - James

I have created a revision booklet based on the AQA GCSE PE 2017 Scenario of James after the success of the last two years of revision booklet I created. The information that is in the booklet is what I think may appear in this year's exam paper. There may be areas that I have not covered but that is for your discretion to add more to it for your pupils as extra revision material. It contains exam questions for your pupils to have a go at answering and advice on how to attack the 8 mark questions. There are two pages of multiple choice questions and short/long answer questions for pupils to have a go and answer, even through using the revision booklet.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE  - The Participant as an Individual Unit

GCSE PE - The Participant as an Individual Unit

Contains all my powerpoint on each of the subject areas and homework sheets with an end of unit test. AGE, DISABILITY, GENDER, PHYSIQUE, ENVIRONMENT, RISK AND CHALLENGE, ACTIVITY LEVELS AND NEEDS, TRAINING covered fro the AQA syllabus.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA  Scenario 2016 Murton Athletics Club - John and Lucy

GCSE PE AQA Scenario 2016 Murton Athletics Club - John and Lucy

After the success of last year's scenario revision booklet on Ben the Gymnast, I have created another revision booklet based on the AQA 2016 Scenario of Murton Athletics Club with John and Lucy. The information that is in the booklet is what I think may appear in this year's exam paper. There may be areas that I have not covered but that is for your discretion to add more to it for your pupils as extra revision material. It contains exam questions for your pupils to have a go at answering.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA  (9-1) Movement Analysis

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis

The new areas of the GCSE AQA (9-1) all in one bundle. Contains, lesson plans, homework, classwork sheets and PowerPoint presentations. Lever Systems was an observed lesson and the observer could only praise how good the lesson was!
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis- Planes and Axes

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis- Planes and Axes

I have created a PowerPoint, homework and added a worksheet for pupils books covering the new AQA (9-1) syllabus on the planes and axes of the body. The PowerPoint contains a lot of information for pupils to take in. The plenary activity at the end of the PowerPoint is simple, pupils just need to complete the table, through cutting out the little pictures and writing in the sporting examples. The starter worksheet works well with the lesson content, allowing pupils to recap previous learning on the movements the body makes, which links into this lesson. . It also contains a couple of questions to make the pupils think where the planes/axes are would be used in sport. The homework sheet is only a few questions on the pupils knowledge of linking planes and axes to sporting movements.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA Scenario 2013 Legacy Revision Booklet - Sarah

GCSE PE AQA Scenario 2013 Legacy Revision Booklet - Sarah

Created for my pupils for the 2013 scenario of Sarah. It contains information for different topics lifted from the scenario that I thought would come up from the information given. This booklet may be used for the use of mock exams that will come up using the legacy AQA syllabus.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Learning plans and Curriculum Map Year 10 Paper 1

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Learning plans and Curriculum Map Year 10 Paper 1

All these learning plans cover the content of Paper 1 of the new GCSE PE AQA specification. With the amount of new content these have allowed me to plan where and when all the new content will be taught. These have allowed my pupils to see the 'Bigger Picture' more as I stick a new learning plan into their books every half term. The Curriculum Map was placed into their books at the beginning of the year.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis - Mechanical Advantages

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis - Mechanical Advantages

I have created a PowerPoint covering the new AQA (9-1) syllabus on the different lever class systems in the body and their mechanical advantages. The PowerPoint contains a lot of information for pupils to take in as well as a lot of questions that pupils can have a go at before the correct answer is given. The starter questions look at previous learning on the three different levers in the body and the relation to sporting movements. The plenary questions at the end of the PowerPoint are simple maths questions using the mechanical advantage equation, however teachers can expand on these to where they see fit in the class, and possibly ask their own AoL questions.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Lever Systems

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Movement Analysis - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Lever Systems

I have created a PowerPoint, homework and added another worksheet for pupils books covering the new AQA (9-1) syllabus on the different lever class systems in the body. The PowerPoint contains a lot of information for pupils to take in as well as a lot of questions that pupils can have a go at before the correct answer is given. The plenary questions at the end of the PowerPoint are simple closed questions, however teachers can expand on these to where they see fit in the class. The starter worksheet works well with the clip on the presentation, allowing pupils to recap previous learning on the movements the body makes. The little activity sheet is to be used as a 'what have we learned today' exercise at the end as a plenary. It will help to get the pupils to explain the definitions of the keywords used throughout the lesson. It also contains a couple of questions to make the pupils think where the lever systems would be used in sport. The homework sheet is only a few questions on the pupils knowledge of how to draw the correct linear diagrams of the levers, which would be required and no doubt come up in the paper 1 exam. I used everything here within an observation and I was commented on how well planned my PowerPoint presentation was and the effort with all the moving clips. The lesson plan is what I used to hand to my observer, which gives an outline of how I taught the lesson.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE AQA  (9-1)  Antagonistic Muscle pairs and Muscle Contractions lesson resources

GCSE PE AQA (9-1) Antagonistic Muscle pairs and Muscle Contractions lesson resources

I have created a PowerPoint, homework and added another worksheet for pupils books covering the new AQA (9-1) syllabus on Antagonistic Muscle pairs and muscle contractions. The PowerPoint contains a lot of information for pupils to take in as well as a lot of questions that pupils can have a go at before the correct answer is given. There is also an activity that pupils can volunteer for as a class activity and interact, then give their own examples to show their understanding. The plenary questions at the end of the PowerPoint are simple closed questions, however teachers can expand on these to where they see fit in the class. The little activity sheet can be used near the beginning of the lesson once antagonistic muscle pairs are explained and the basic biceps and triceps pairing are used. It will help to get the pupils to explain the actions in their own words. The homework sheet is only a few questions out of 10, however these will help to consolidate pupils knowledge and understanding of the lesson that has been taught.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE Swimming Turns and Dive Analysis Sheets

GCSE PE Swimming Turns and Dive Analysis Sheets

Analysis sheets that can be used by non-participants or by GCSE PE Competitive Swimming to analyse tumble turn performances or diving performance. I have laminated these so that they can be used by the performers in the water and they can see where they need to improve their technique.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE Topics on a Page AQA

GCSE PE Topics on a Page AQA

I've adapted these from a specific company, as I felt they needed to be in colour and were missing a number of key areas on the pages, so I've added extra pages and information. These cover all of AQA GCSE PE theory topics and units. You can adapt them for end of topic/unit revision aids, or put them on the back of literacy mats on tables to enhance teaching and learning, as A3 posters, etc.
AmyFrain
PE Posters

PE Posters

As a school we have problems with pupils wearing incorrect footwear for PE lessons. The children wear Converse, Vans and Toms, as well as the cheap plimsolls/pumps. They then wonder why they are getting injuries. These posters will be in our changing rooms. Trainers, footwear, injuries
AmyFrain
History of Olympics worksheet & Answers GCSE PE

History of Olympics worksheet & Answers GCSE PE

GCSE PE, Can be used for all specifications and exam boards. If you buy the 'History Through the Olympics&' DVD it can go nicely with it. Good worksheet that pupils fill in the missing information from dates, where held and whether it was political or a financial issue. Has got advantages and disadvantages of hosting a games, Ive just related it to London 2012. Answers are the other document. You can use it and alter it how you like!!
AmyFrain
The Olympic Games

The Olympic Games

History of Olympics lesson which looks at financial and political controversies. Classwork is differentiated at differing levels depending on pupil in classroom. Must be connected to internet to use powerpoint lesson plan. Homework is actual past exam questions related to the Olympics and hosting international events.
AmyFrain
GCSE PE Theory Units Knowledge Summary -  AQA

GCSE PE Theory Units Knowledge Summary - AQA

These have been created to allow pupils to see what they are going to learn about throughout the year in their text books. Once they have learned a particular lesson or topic they can tick the box. If they know and understand that topic/lesson they can tick the next box, and then when it comes to revising they can tick the box to say that they have revised it. I have used this with my current year 10s and they can see what they have been taught and learnt throughout the year, through ticking the boxes. \nGreat way of pupils not being able to tell you, 'We haven't learnt this!'.
AmyFrain