A 23 page workbook for Unit BTEC Unit 10 Taking Part in Exercise and Fitness.
Worbook includes assignment brief and learner declaration. plus all summative assessment evidence sheets.
Learning Outcomes covered are:
1.1 Describe different exercise and fitness activities
1.2 Identify different exercise and fitness facilities
2.1 Describe an induction process for an exercise and fitness activity
2.2 Describe warm-up and cool-down activities
3.1 Actively participate in exercise and fitness activities and demonstrate:
• time management skills
• appropriate dress for the activity
• following instructions provided by the activity leader
• following health and safety guidelines before, during and after activities
4.1 Identify own strengths and areas for improvement in exercise and fitness activities
4.2 Suggest ways of improving own performance in one activity
This resource pack is made up of 14 worksheets covering BTEC Workskills unit 35 in its entirety + 1 x Unit Assignment sheet for the unit and powerpoint document guiding you through each criteria and activity (27 slides). The following BTEC criteria are met in this pack:
1.1 Outline health and safety responsibilities of self and others in the workplace
1.2 Identify sources of workplace health and safety information
1.3 Outline why it is important to report workplace accidents
2.1 Outline the difference between ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’
2.2 Identify health and safety hazards in the workplace
2.3 Identify health and safety risks in the workplace
2.4 Identify ways in which accidents can be avoided in the workplace
2.5 Outline reporting and recording procedures for hazards and risks in the workplace
3.1 Identify types of emergency that can occur in the workplace
3.2 Identify procedures for different types of emergency in the workplace
4.1 Comply with organisational and legal requirements for health and safety in the workplace
Criteria such as 2.2, 2,3 and 4.1 have multiple worksheets as these are mixing knowledge and competency and have spaces for picture evidence to be added.
1.1 worksheet requires the examples from the BTEC unit book ‘guidance notes’ to be copied and pasted, so learners can separate them into the employer/ employee responsibilities, or you can add your own.
1,2 and 4.1 worksheets prompt learners to carry out their own research.
Risk Assessments and risk level calculation tables are included within 2.2 worksheets.
Also included is the unit assignment sheet, outlining the tasks and criteria that is met. Note - This is subject to your own organisations IV process.
This 12 page Healthy Eating workbook holds over 30 hours of guided learning.
Outcomes met are:
Identify the main food groups
Describe how each food group helps your body stay healthy
Explain why a balanced diet is important in leading a healthy lifestyle
Demonstrate an understanding of healthy and unhealthy foods
Plan a healthy meal for a teenager
Plan and make a healthy meal - shopping list included.
Recommended foods for certain groups of people - elderly, child, professional athlete
This is a 3 hour lesson powerpoint meeting P1 criteria : Outline the functions of the main cell components
This comprises of 31 slides, each has a different cell component and its function and location.
Includes starter activity and link to youtube visual
This 11 page workbook holds around 30 hours of guided learning
Based on the ASDAN unit - managing own money.
Criteria covered is:
Make a list of your regular income and expenditure
Research the different current accounts, savings accounts and personal loans available from at least three different organisations and produce a leaflet on their current account and savings account
Identify the most suitable option for you in each of the following situations
*State at least 6 different methods of paying for goods
Show that you know how to purchase a variety of items (at least two) using different methods of payment
This workbook contains 18 pages and over 50 hours of guided learning.
Unit outcomes met in this workbook are:
Identify healthy and unhealthy activities
Identify healthy and unhealthy elements of your own life (Alcohol, diet, drugs, sleeping habits, personal hygiene, personal relationships, physical activity, practising safer sex etc.
Prepare a poster to inform others of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle
As a group discuss what is meant by personal hygiene.
List below problems that are caused by lack of personal hygiene
What affects can personal hygiene has on a person’s wellbeing
Gather a range of leaflets about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and contraception.
Design your own leaflet, explaining how important safer sex is it ensuring sexual health
Think about your current lifestyle - Make a list of things you could do to help you improve your personal wellbeing.
Now pick 3 of these off your list that you can work on for the next 4 weeks
Review of your healthy lifestyle action plans - Went well, did not go well, could be improved
This 15 page workbook covers the following criteria for 18 GLH (based on 6 weeks of 3 hour lessons)
State what does independence mean
List areas of your life could involve independence
Self-assess yourself to state how confident you are
How would it benefit you / others to be independent in each area stated above
State ways you could travel in your local area
State where you could go if you could use each method of transport (from above) independently
State ways you could stay safe when travelling by ___________
Develop a crisis plan – in the event of….
lan a journey between __________ and _____________
Independent travel reflection
This workbook has been edited so you can change it and repeat page 5 to use for multiple methods of transport.
I did create some Kahoot quizes for the 4 methods of transport i used - car, bus, train and walk, so if you would like these, please ask in the review section once purchased!?
the last 3 pages are the same piece of work but differentiated, so you can choose which one / all 3 to use in lesson, depending on the level of your learners.
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The unit powerpoint is within this pack and guides you through the worksheets and includes screenshots of worksheets so you know which ones to use. The order of these may need changing depending on the length of your sessions. Powerpoint inclused some ideas for starters and links to youtube clips to analyse leaders.
Only thing not included is the unit assignment brief and formative and summative assessment sheets, as these were not made by me.
All worksheets within this pack cover the criteria for Unit 74:
Start the unit with the ‘Guess the Leader’ document / starter activity.
1.1 Describe the main features of leadership
Start with the ‘1.1 Features of a Leader’ worksheet
Then complete ‘1.1 Describe features’
Then complete document titled ‘1.1 and 1.2’
(This ‘1.1 and 1.2’ worksheet is accompanied by the ‘Scenarios’ document, which needs cutting up and handing out so students can assign a feature of leadership to each scenario and then discuss)
1.2 Describe how own skills and qualities relate to the main features of leadership - on this document i have made reference to a ‘Self assessment’ which is a seperate worbook available to buy within my shop, but you can remove this column from this worksheet. On this same workskeet, it asks you for ‘strengths observed by others’ - ask students to complete the ‘communication map’. worksheet and you can use a ‘BTEC Observation record sheet’ to document their feedback.
2.1 Describe the range of skills that can be used to lead others
2.2 Describe how own leadership skills can be put into practice in order to lead others
3.1 Select a suitable activity to demonstrate leadership skills
3.2 Explain how the selected activity will enable demonstration of an appropriate range of skills.
Included - 8 slide powerpoint guiding you through lesson objectives and lesson plan and points you to where to complete work on the worksheet. - (presentation is basic white background to allow you to change as needed) + 3 page resource allowing for group discussion and individual written work / assessment.
Resource is based on a 90 minute lesson allowing learners to discuss the meaning of the terms - E&D, identify how to deal with different scenarios and be inclusive in own life - also included is a discussion around E&D linked to work ( what is wrong with different job titles)
Resource is in PDF but available in word format - message directly prior to purchase
A 10 week / short intervention workbook designed to allow young people to self assess their skills and qualities in:
Working with others
Setting and achieving goals
This workbook naturally allows young people plot results, set targets to improve areas and detail how and why they think they have improved
a perfect step by step guide to help track unaccredited progress meeting RARPA guidelines
City and Guilds - Unit 401 Planning for Progression workbook
A comprehensive 19 page workbook that tracks, skills, qualities, achievement and targets for learning.
3. The learner will recognise personal strengths (skills, qualities and attitudes) needed for learning and work
3.1 Identify positive qualities and attitudes needed for study and work
3.2 Outline his/her own personal strengths
3.3 Give an example of something related to learning and work that he/she felt good about and something he/she feels confident doing
The learner will action plan for self improvement
4.1 Identify areas for improvement
4.2 Identify realistic targets
4.3 Prepare an action plan or contract to meet targets
4.4 Identify arrangements for reviewing progress
This unit workbook meets the entire unit, totaling 30 GLH and covers the following criteria at Level 2:
1.1 describe what a drug is
1.2 give examples of legal drugs
1.3 give examples of illegal drugs.
2.1 describe the differences between the classifications of drugs
2.2 identify a drug from each classification.
3.1 describe the effects of drug misuse.
4.1 impact – on self and others.
5.1 identify where you can obtain information for treatment and support to help overcome drug misuse.
The workbook guides you and the students through the criteria and involves activities such as creating leaflets, researching organisations and filling in tables.
A 47 slide powerpoint that covers all criteria of unit 3: P1 - P4 (including Merit and distinction)
Covering 10 sessions of 3 hours each
Lessons cover the difference between policies and procedures, prompt some research tasks and risk assessment practicals - Risk assessment paperwork not included
some slides refer to - “see picture on board” (not included), but are simple H&SC setting pictures that can be found on google.
PP includes links to example white paper and legislation.
Follow this PP step by step and the unit is complete
This lesson was graded as Outstanding during an OFSTED visit - adaptable to all levels.
a 90 minute lesson to help improve individual communication and 2 way conversation
This purchase includes:
Tickbox lesson objectives (I laminate this so learners can use this every day they are in).
Lesson plan - lesson objectives are broken down but names removed. On back of lesson plan is justification of social groups a space for E&M levels to help justify differentiated resources
An example resource to consolidate day, date, month and year and the questions asked in earlier part of the lesson
Discussion worksheet - to consolidate topics and contributions to discussion.
Higher Order Thinking Skills - prompt sheet (hand out to higher level learners and tick focus area for that lesson)
Resoures included within this pack:
Powerpoint on job searching
Activities around ways to search for jobs and evaluating these
Matching own skills to jobs
Analysing job adverts
Covering letter template
Interview questions and template
A unit tracking sheet that covers the following criteria
Identify a job that they would like to apply for, by:
• Listing different ways to search for a job
• Identifying Pros and cons of job searching methods
• Researching to find an appropriate job advert
Identify the skills and qualities required for the job
Identify own skills and qualities that would make them suitable for that job :
• Link to job advert
• Link to job description
• Link to person specification
Plan steps towards making a successful job application including identifying:
• An appropriate format for the application
• Relevant information to include in the application
• Who to check the application with before submitting it
Check accuracy and submit a mock / formal application
Prepare to attend an interview, including identifying:
• Questions that the interviewer might ask and appropriate answers
• Relevant experience/information that it would be useful to communicate to the interviewer
Present information about themselves at an interview responding to questions with relevant information and using appropriate language
Use feedback to review their performance and state what they would do differently in the future