This sheet was designed to help my class learn about lever systems. I have this photocopied to A3 in colour. The students write in descriptions of the key terms and examples of lever systems. I felt it important to give accurate diagrams to my students for them to observe. The silhouettes is an extension task for students to complete. They annotate, the lever, load and fulcrum with arrows.
Use this PP and worksheets to engage your students in a fun lesson to understand the Information Processing Model for GCSE PE. The PP includes a nine edited clips of football penalities. Students must map on a goal where they think the ball went using their selective attention skills. Then play the second series of clips to reveal where the penalty went. This PP and worksheet go through all the key terms of this topic in a fun and engaging way. Will the students who play football be better at predicting than those that do not play? Why? What is not relevant information in the videos? Why? How do we improve are ability to save a penalty? The PP finishes with a great link to plenary of a famous tennis story.
Use these cards for a fantastic activity to revise and reinforce learning for sports psychology. The resource is aimed at the NEW AQA GCSE SPEC . All the key terms from the unit are matched up with definitions. Blue and yellow cards are placed face down on the table. Students must turn over one blue card and then attempt to match it with a yellow. If they do not find the correct definition, they turn them back over in the exact same spot and the next person has a go. If they find the match they get another go. This is a tried and tested game that the students absolutely love playing and offers excellent learning opportunities. Print out in colour. Cut around outside border. Fold along middle line and glue back to back, so definition is backed to yellow and key term is backed to blue. Cut out. Laminate if you want more durability. Play.
These cards are used to revise and reinforce the content of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The content is from the new AQA GCSE course. This is a great task to get students familiar with the key terms and the definitions of these key terms from the unit. Turn the cards over on the desk with red cards on one side of the table and green the other. Groups of 4-6 work best. Students take it in turns to turn over a key term and then match the definition. If students are successful they get another turn. The student with the most match ups at the end win. The less able may need an exercise book to verify correct match ups. Students will be occupied for 25minutes easy. They always ask to play them again. Photocopy in colour. Trim outer edges. Fold along middle line and glue together to make three cards. Laminate for longevity and then cut out individual cards. Easy.
Please enjoy using this sheet to assist your students in learning a tricky topic. My students found laying out the key information of this unit on an A3 colour sheet very useful. The connectives enable an opportunity for the students to develop their extended answers. There are three connectives allowing you to differentiate the task, further sporting examples offered by the more confident. There are two sheets for the purpose of differentiation.