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Teacher of secondary PE, A-Level PE and BTEC Sport.

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Teacher of secondary PE, A-Level PE and BTEC Sport.
A-Level PE (OCR) Biomechanics - Lever Systems, Centre of Mass & Stability
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A-Level PE (OCR) Biomechanics - Lever Systems, Centre of Mass & Stability

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This resource includes all content needed to teach the following Biomechanics topics; Lever Systems (1st 2nd and 3rd class, examples in the body, how to draw them, Calculations of force at a lever, AO3 analysis of each type etc…) Centre of Mass (definition, lines of gravity, points of contact, factors affecting centre of mass, sporting examples etc…) Stability (definition, factors affecting, maximising / minimising stability, sporting examples) Also included within the powerpoint is past paper questions around these topics.
A-Level PE (OCR): Socio-cultural Issues / History of sport
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A-Level PE (OCR): Socio-cultural Issues / History of sport

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This 81 slide Powerpoint includes all needed / relevant content on the following topics (looking at the socio-cultural issues faced in each time period and their effect on sport); Sport in Pre-Industrial Britain Sport in Post-Industrial Britain Sport in the 20th Century Sport in the 21st Century (globalisation of sport, e.g. golden triangle, media coverage etc…) Within each topic are relevant past paper questions from the OCR spec and the answers are included; as well as many other little tasks to complete.
A-Level PE (OCR): Anatomy & Physiology Workbook
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A-Level PE (OCR): Anatomy & Physiology Workbook

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This resource allows students to work through the Anatomy & Physiology topic for A-Level PE (OCR). Included for each topic is; Information / content Assessment objectives Group Tasks Individual tasks Images to help explain topics Questions based on exam topics It is the perfect resource for your students to make notes on, as oppose to copying straight into books.
A-Level PE (OCR): Skill Acquisition Workbook
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A-Level PE (OCR): Skill Acquisition Workbook

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A-Level PE Workbook for the skill acquisition topics. It covers all the below topics in detail; Skill Classification Types and Methods of Practice Transfer of Skills Theories of Learning Stages of Learning Guidance Feedback Memory Models Included is; group tasks, individual tasks, exam questions, key content areas.
A-Level PE (OCR): Exercise Physiology Workbook
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A-Level PE (OCR): Exercise Physiology Workbook

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66 Page A-Level PE Exercise Physiology Workbook. Excellent resource for A-Level students to either work through in lessons or as revision. I personally use this for my students to make notes in within lessons. Included in each topic, is all areas of the OCR spec that is needed to b covered; as well as group and individual tasks to complete. Topics covered: Periodisation VO2 Max Strength Flexibility Training, lifestyle and disease Functions of diet: Key nutrients Ergogenic Aids Injury Prevention
A-Level PE (OCR): Biomechanics & Technology
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A-Level PE (OCR): Biomechanics & Technology

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This powerpoint looks at the OCR A-Level PE content around Biomechanics and Technology; Limb Kinematics Force Plates Wind Tunnels It explores all AO1, 2 and 3 points to prepare your students for any possible exam questions.
A-Level PE: Injuries -  Fractures Activity Sheet
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A-Level PE: Injuries - Fractures Activity Sheet

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This resource focuses on the different types of fractures within the injury topic (exercise and physiology section). This task asks students to match the type of fracture up to the correct image and then to the correct description. The first one has been done to show students what is expected.
A-Level PE Injuries Activity Sheet
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A-Level PE Injuries Activity Sheet

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This activity sheet allows you to assess what your students know about injuries before you have taught this topic. It then provides the opportunity to show what they have learned after this has been taught to evidence progress.