Lesson plan and resources for Y9 fitness training zones lesson. Worksheet enables students to calculate their aerobic and anaerobic training zones and to plot their HR on a grapg throughout the lesson.
Resources to support with the delivery and writing of P1 which is about the components of a balanced diet. Included is a powerpoint and a student worksheet to support with the delivery of the assignment content. There is also a check-lists for the students to use when writing their assignments for P1, which is in-line with the unit specification.
Practice paper and mark scheme which includes content from learning aim A from unit 1 - fitness for sport and exercise. Questions are based around: the components of physical and skill related fitness, HR, Borg (RPE) scale, training zones and the basic and additional principles of training. Also attached is a lesson powerpoint that includes peer and self-assessment marking activities for the students to complete once they have finished the test.
Student booklet that can be completed alongside the practical or theoretical delivery of the methods of training for learning aim B. Students are provided with space to make notes on the features of the methods of training, the advantages/disadvantages of the methods of training, the application of FITT and the additional principles of training for each training method and space to draw or write about the practical activities they have participated in to help them revise the content for this learning aim. This booklet will enable students to make all of the notes they require for this learning aim to help prepare them for the final end of unit exam.
Practice paper and mark scheme which includes content from learning aim A and B from unit 1 - fitness for sport and exercise. Questions are based around: the components of physical and skill related fitness, HR, Borg (RPE) scale, training zones, basic and additional principles of training and the methods of training.
Badminton rules quiz quiz trade cards that can be used in either a KS3 or KS4 practical lesson or as part of a level 2/3 BTEC sport lesson within practical sport units. These cards can be used to develop or test the students knowledge of the rules of badminton.