A creative learning resource that informs students of key sports psychology content for OCR GCSE PE and challenges them embed this content into practical examples and scenarios.
Characteristics of skilful movement, goal setting and mental preparation techniques are all covered.
Ideal for a general independent activity in class/online. Can also be used as a revision resource.
An engaging exercise programme resource that challenges students to produce a comprehensive training plan for an athlete who is returning to competition after coronavirus restrictions have been lifted.
This focuses on the Physical Training topic area of the GCSE PE spec and encompasses content such as; Methods of training, Principles of training, Components of fitness and the Effects of training on the body. The evaluation section at the end can also link to 6 mark questions.
A comprehensive resource that gives students essential guidance on how to approach answering the 6 mark questions in the GCSE PE paper.
A range of physical training questions are available in this resource with questions tailored to meet the different ability levels in your theory class. Each question has 3 different layouts, with the ‘lower ability’ questions involving both written and visual prompts to guide students in the right direction with their answers.
Exemplar answers to all the questions in this document have also been provided which can give students a great insight into how they can approach the longer answer questions. These answers have also been annotated to show students why the response includes the relevant pieces of information.
These flashcards can be used by students to embed key GCSE PE subject content into a portable revision resource.
Students will be able to copy down the desired topic and sub topic areas, provide their own sporting examples for the sub topic as well as being able to answer 2 key questions of their choosing.
It is advised that students hole punch through the corners of their flashcards in order to create a pack of cards by attaching a treasury tag for binding.
Both small and large packs have been attached, with colour being used on the large pack to show the effect of the resource being printed on coloured card.