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I am a secondary school PE teacher in the South West. My AQA GCSE PE specific resources are set out topic by topic in line with the text book and specification. Each powerpoint comes with a set of work sheets.

I am a secondary school PE teacher in the South West. My AQA GCSE PE specific resources are set out topic by topic in line with the text book and specification. Each powerpoint comes with a set of work sheets.
Planes and Axis
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Planes and Axis

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 2 Topic 2.3: Planes and Axis Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 3 planes of movement? What are the 3 axes of rotation? How do both planes and axes apply to physical activities to allow certain basic movements to occur?
Factors Effecting Participation
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Factors Effecting Participation

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 5 Topic 5.1: Factors Effecting Participation Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 5 social groups? What are the overall factors affecting participation? What factors affect participation for each social group?
Muscle Movement and Contractions
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Muscle Movement and Contractions

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 1 Topic 1.2: Muscles, Movement Pairs and Contractions Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the names and locations of the major muscles in the body? Which muscles operate at which joints? How do these muscles enable movement? What are the two types of muscular contractions and how this applies to a sporting example.
Cardio-Respiratory System
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Cardio-Respiratory System

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 1 Topic 1.3: The Stucture and Function of the Cardio-Respiratory System Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives Powerpoint 1: What are the names and locations of key components of the respiratory system? What is gaseous exchange? What are the Mechanics of Breathing? What is a Spirometer Trace and how does this relate to sport? Learning Objectives Powerpoint 2: What is the function of the cardiovascular system? What are the names and locations of key components of the heart? What is the pathway of blood? What are the names and characteristics of the major blood vessels that work with the heart? How is blood redistributed during exercise? What is cardiac output, stroke volume and heart rate?
Physical, Social, Emotional Health
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Physical, Social, Emotional Health

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.1: Physical, Social and Emotional Health and Well-being Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: To recap how do health and fitness impact each other? What are the benefits of having good health and fitness? How can you improve/maintain good levels of health and fitness?
Arousal in Sport
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Arousal in Sport

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 4 Topic 4.5: Arousal Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: How do arousal levels relate to sport? What is the Inverted U Theory and how does this relate to skill classification? How can athletes control arousal levels in sport? (x4)
Training Seasons
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Training Seasons

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 3 Topic 3.19: Training Seasons Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 3 Training Seasons? How is each of the Training Seasons characterised? Using practical examples, how do Training Seasons apply to your sport in order to benefit the athlete?
The Effects of Exercise
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The Effects of Exercise

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 1 Topic 1.5: The Effects of Exercise Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the immediate effects of exercise? What are the short-term effects of exercise? What are the long-term effects of exercise?
Somatotypes
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Somatotypes

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.3: Somatotypes Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: To identify what the 3 somatotypes are? How to characterise each somatotype? Which athletes apply to each somatotypes? How to justify a somatotype when the lines are blurred?
Fitness Testing
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Fitness Testing

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 3 Topic 3.3-3.14: Fitness Testing Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the reasons for fitness testing? What are the 11 fitness tests? What is the objective, method, advantages and disadvantages of each test? What are the limitations of fitness testing? How do you collate the data?
Injury Prevention and Warm Up/Cool Down
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Injury Prevention and Warm Up/Cool Down

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 3 Topic 3.18: Injury Prevention and 3.20: Warm up and cool down Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 10 ways to prevent injury in sport? Can you apply a practical example to many of the injury prevention methods?
Information Processing
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Information Processing

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 4 Topic 4.3: Information Procession Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What is the IDO model? What are the stages of the IDO model? How are each of these stages characterised and applied to practical sporting examples?
Sedentary Lifestyle
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Sedentary Lifestyle

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.2: The Consequences of a Sedentary Lifestyle Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the differences between good and bad lifestyle choices? What is meant by the time sedentary lifestyle? How does the term sedentary lifestyle link to obesity? How do we measure for obesity? How can obesity impact health, well-being and fitness?
Principles of Training & Thresholds
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Principles of Training & Thresholds

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 3 Topic 3.15: Principles of Training and 3.16: Training Thresholds Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 5 Principles of Training? What are the 4 Principles of Overload? What are the training thresholds of aerobic and anaerobic activity and how do we work them out? How do these apply to practical examples?
Structure & Function of Skeletal System
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Structure & Function of Skeletal System

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 1 Topic 1.1: The Structure and Function of the Skeletal System Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are synovial joints and where in the body do we have them? What are all their key components which make a synovial joint? Part 2 of 2
Balanced Diet
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Balanced Diet

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.5: Balanced Diet Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: To understand what a balanced diet is and how it can influence body functioning? To understand the importance of aiming for a balanced diet? To identify what the components of a balanced diet are? To understand the importance of maintaining water balance?
Commercialisation
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Commercialisation

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.2: Commercialisation Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What 2 factors have significantly contributed to the commercialisation of sport and physical activity? How have the media and sponsorship impacts on the Performer, Official, Sport, Audience/Spectators and the Sponsors/company? How can we apply current examples to each of the strands that make up the media and sponsorship?
Ethical Conduct
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Ethical Conduct

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 6 Topic 6.4: Ethical Conduct Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What is meant by etiquette and how does it apply in sport? What is meant by sportsmanship and how does it apply in sport? What is meant by gamesmanship and how does it apply in sport? What is meant by a contract to compete and how does it apply in sport? What are performance enhancing drugs, including the 7 types? Why do people take PEDs, what are the perceived advantages and disadvantages?
Basic Movement Types
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Basic Movement Types

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 2 Topic 2.2: Basic Movements Types Powerpoint and Worksheet Learning Objectives: What are the 8 types of basic movements? How are each of these movements defined? How do these basic movements apply in sport?
Components of Fitness
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Components of Fitness

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GCSE PE AQA Specification Chapter 3 Topic 3.2: Components of Fitness Powerpoint and Worksheet(s) Learning Objectives: What are the 10 Components of Fitness? How do you define each component of fitness? How do the components of fitness apply to practical examples? How can you justify which athlete requires a particular component of fitness over another?