Goal setting Presentation / assembly / PowerPoint

Goal setting Presentation / assembly / PowerPoint

Goal setting PowerPoint that can be used in an assembly or as part of a target setting / goal setting lesson. Includes key information about the types of goals (long-term, medium-term and short-term), as well as outcome, performance and process goals. There is also a slide outlining how goals should be SMARTER. Can be used as part of a motivational assembly or as part of a revision topic. Includes an interesting story about how John Naber won an Olympic gold at the 1976 Olympics in swimming. In 1972 he was in the US squad but was only a 'domestique' for the heats, meaning he helped the team get to the final but didn't get a medal when the team won gold because he was dropped for Spitz who replaced him in the final. It outlines how breaking a task down into daily and weekly tasks can help to achieve long-term targets.
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A level PE - physiology revision powerpoint / presentation

A level PE - physiology revision powerpoint / presentation

Written specifically for the AQA AS level PE course. It contains 50 questions assessing a range of topics. This powerpoint can be easily adapted for the new A level as many of the questions are applicable to the new course. It can also be easily adapted to the OCR exam, as many of the topics overlap. There are a range of questions on movement analysis, the heart, the vascular system, the respiratory system, fitness and training, as well as fitness testing. This is a tried and tested resource and great to fill an hour of revision, or doing a few questions at the end of a lesson. I like to use it as a paired game. Each student is paired with another student and they 'share' their answer at the same time. Set up a promotion and relegation system, where the student who has scored the most points after 5 questions is promoted to a higher division and loser is relegated.
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GCSE PE - movement analysis worksheet/test number 2 - lower body focus

GCSE PE - movement analysis worksheet/test number 2 - lower body focus

GCSE PE resource - This is the 2nd worksheet/test on movement analysis (muscular system, joint actions, types of muscle contractions, joint types etc.), specifically for Edexcel but may be useful for AQA, OCR or other exam boards. There are 13 questions; 12 short (1-3 mark) questions and 1 longer 'levels based' six mark question. The questions focus primarily on the joints, joint actions, muscle contractions and muscular control of the upper body. Question 13 is adapted from a previous '6 mark'/levels marked question that was included on a previous Edexcel exam. The mark scheme includes all of the information needed to mark this exam so if you want to save some time print it out and let the students mark their own work.
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GCSE PE - movement analysis test / worksheet no. 1 (joints, muscles etc.)

GCSE PE - movement analysis test / worksheet no. 1 (joints, muscles etc.)

GCSE PE resource - specifically for Edexcel but may be useful for AQA, OCR or other exam boards. There are 12 questions; 11 short (1-3 mark) questions and 1 longer 'levels based' six mark question. The questions focus primarily on the joints, joint actions, muscle contractions and muscular control of the upper body. Question 12 is adapted from a previous '6 mark'/levels marked question that is similar to a past exam. Worksheet has space for student responses and answers has key information needed to answer the question, so can be used in class for the students to mark their own answers... saving you marking time.
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AQA A2 PE - Biomechanics test / worksheet / marking task

AQA A2 PE - Biomechanics test / worksheet / marking task

Documents included are: 1. Test/worksheet/homework sheet with 5 exam questions (topics - parabolic flight paths/forces affecting flight, Newton's Laws/1st and 2nd Laws, Angular momentum, Vector diagrams and velocity & acceleration. All questions are based on past paper questions from the exam board. 2. Mark scheme, with examiner report type comments. For Q1 to Q4 there are also some student answers which your students can mark to try to get to grips with answering questions correctly and how examiners have a difficult job of giving credit when vague answers are provided.
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AQA AS PE - heart / cardiac topics - end of unit exam and mark scheme

AQA AS PE - heart / cardiac topics - end of unit exam and mark scheme

Exam for AQA (and possibly OCR) AS PE students. The exam contains a range of 'exam type' questions. I have also included a copy of the mark scheme, which includes feedback on common mistakes and how to correct them (examiner report style). Out of 25 marks so you can quickly calculate a percentage and give a grade based on exam board estimated grade boundaries (it usually fits in nicely with their actual level). Email me if you want a Word version of the document (tonydowson@shapeperformance.couk). Heart, cardiac cycle, conduction system, SA node, AV node, sympathetic nerves, parasympathetic, nerve, CCC, cardiac control centre, medulla, pacemaker, stroke volume, cardiac output, heart rate, adaptation, hypertrophy, chamber volume, AV valves, mitral valve, bicuspid, tricuspid, aortic valve, pulmonary valve, cardiac drift, carbon dioxide, pH, acidity, chemoreceptor, baroreceptor, stretch receptor
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AQA AS PE - PED1 - Big Picture of Applied Exercise Physiology and Training topics

AQA AS PE - PED1 - Big Picture of Applied Exercise Physiology and Training topics

Overview of the topics taught on the AQA AS PE course. Links between the training and physiology components of PED1. Useful for showing how the topics fit together and a 'Big Picture' of the physiological and training components. Can be used to assist planning so you know which topics follow on from others and how they link. Training - interval training, workload intensities, circuit training, strength training, weight training, sprint training, Borg Scale, heart rate monitoring, fitness testing, validity and reliability, multi-stage fitness test, bleep test, 30m sprint test, vertical jump, Sargent jump, sit and reach test Applied physiology - anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology, heart, cardiac, cardiac cycle, cardiac drift, Starling's Law, respiratory system, muscles, muscular system, venous return, veins, capillaries, arteries, muscle pump action, skeletal muscle pump action, joints, bones, movement analysis, levers, planes and axis, sino-atrial node, SA node, conduction system, carbon dioxide, transport of blood gases, oxygen transport, haemoglobin, myoglobin, gas exchange,
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AQA AS PE - Overview of questions asked in previous physiology and training sections of the exam

AQA AS PE - Overview of questions asked in previous physiology and training sections of the exam

Use this overview of the previous exam questions to guide revision. It is impossible to predict what will be on the exam, but you can see that there are some patterns and some topics that have not been asked, or haven't appeared on the exam for a number of years. I had concentrated some of my revision sessions on weight training for 3 years before it came up, but when it did and I checked the results on e-AQA, the students who were in the specific revision sessions where I covered this benefited from being there. Try to work out a 'Top 10' topics for the students to learn... with a bit of luck a number of them will come up! Unethical to do this? I'm sure you won't care when your HT of HoD gives you a pat on the back in September!
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AQA A level PE - PEHD 3 - Overview of the physiology and training topics for the A2 course

AQA A level PE - PEHD 3 - Overview of the physiology and training topics for the A2 course

Students or teachers can use this to assess current knowledge for the physiology and training topics for the AQA A2 level PE course. If they rate their knowledge of each topic they can identify strengths and weaknesses. Ask them to use a different colour to code their ratings at the end of each term or half-term, or at the start and end of each topic so they can show progress and identify where they are at.
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GCSE PE Home and Away 10 mark revision quizzes - Discounted until 10 downloads

GCSE PE Home and Away 10 mark revision quizzes - Discounted until 10 downloads

Are your students bored of the usual revision lessons. The home and away quiz resource contains 16 ten mark quizzes, each one containing 3-7 questions, many of which are based on exam/past paper questions. This is a great resource for teachers because it has questions from all topics on the syllabus and they can be used for tests in class. However, the 'game' is played between 2 students, and it is loosely based on the 'Home' and 'Away' concept of the questions asked on the BBC 'A question of Sport' Quiz! Students choose 1 quiz themselves, the home quiz, and are asked questions on this quiz by their opponent. The opponent then chooses the quiz, obviously choosing a tough 'Away' quiz in the hope the questions they are asked are not well answered. A mark sheet is used for tracking answers and recording results. You can use these to help guide any reports you need to write, as well as identify strengths and weaknesses so you can plan effective revision sessions for the class. Differentiation (1) - if you play this as a 'ladder competition' it works well, especially if you have a group of competitive boys. Students are initially ranked by their ability or target grade. E.g. top 2 players (those with the highest are in the Champions League, next 2 players are in the Europa League, next 2 are in the Premiership. This continues until you have the bottom two players in the 'Dog and Duck Sunday League'... most of them find this funny, They play the home and away quiz against their opponent with the winning player being 'promoted' and the losing player being relegated... all except the winner in the top division who stays in that league and the loser in the lowest division who remains in that league. Differentiation (2) - students choose the 'Home' quiz to suit their own strengths, great for developing confidence in the weaker students. The 'Away' quiz is chosen for each student by their opponent, and they can use previous quizzes to choose one that the student has answered poorly before, therefore there is repetition of the questions that they didn't answer well the last time. Extension activities - 2 blank quiz sheets so students can write their own quizzes and cover the topics that you want to cover. Cost - the price of £5 will only be temporary until I have sold 10 copies, or I get a few positive reviews, then I will be pushing the price up so buy early before the price increases... thinking about doubling it so best be quick! If you are struggling to buy it yourself ask your Head of Department to purchase a copy using dept. funds. Email tonydowson@shapeperformance.co.uk with any queries/questions or to go on my mailing list... I am looking to get about 30 resources available on the TES in the next 2 months - I have hundreds, but I am working on some really quality ones that I won't be putting on here so please drop me an email if you want to get these once they are completed.
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AQA A level PE - Summary of AS syllabus for Anatomy and physiology

AQA A level PE - Summary of AS syllabus for Anatomy and physiology

Pupils can use this sheet throughout the year as a brief summary of their knowledge of the A & P and training parts of the course. This may help them to identify strengths and weaknesses and target future work and revision. How about leaving a review if you download it? New A2 version found here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-pe-pehd-3-overview-of-the-physiology-and-training-topics-for-the-a2-course-11211012 Get in touch if you are interested in more resources. Find my Email address on my website... www.shapeperformance.co.uk
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