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The PE Tutor Ltd is a community of PE Tutors that write, create and deliver teaching and learning resources and courses for students and teachers around the world. Our sole aim is to Maximise Student Success in PE Exams. Our ever expanding tutor team provide: - 1.2.1 Private Tuition - Online Group Classes - Free Email Course - Full Curriculum Courses of Study learn more at www.ThePeTutor.com Interested in becoming a PE Tutor yourself? Email us at the.pe.tutor@outlook.com

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The PE Tutor Ltd is a community of PE Tutors that write, create and deliver teaching and learning resources and courses for students and teachers around the world. Our sole aim is to Maximise Student Success in PE Exams. Our ever expanding tutor team provide: - 1.2.1 Private Tuition - Online Group Classes - Free Email Course - Full Curriculum Courses of Study learn more at www.ThePeTutor.com Interested in becoming a PE Tutor yourself? Email us at the.pe.tutor@outlook.com
AQA GCSE PE - Lever Systems
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AQA GCSE PE - Lever Systems

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining the three different types of lever systems and how to draw them. Learning Objectives: All must know the 3 components of a lever system and how they can change across 3 different lever types. Most should be able to draw and label linear versions of the 3 types of lever system and know the term mechanical advantage. Some could link the correct lever system to a sporting movement and explain why one lever system has a greater Mechanical Advantage over another. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
AQA GCSE PE - Training Intensities
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AQA GCSE PE - Training Intensities

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining different training intensities, anaerobic zones, aerobic zones and how to calculate training thresholds. Learning Objectives: All must know aerobic and anaerobic training threshold in relation to maximum heart rate. Most should be able to calculate accurate training zones in a number of case studies. Some could apply the principles of training and intensity to different methods of training such as circuit and weights. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
AQA GCSE PE - Types of Training
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AQA GCSE PE - Types of Training

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining different types and methods of training. Learning Objectives: All must know the characteristics of different types of training. Most should understand advantages and disadvantages of each type of training method. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
AQA PE: Unit 2 Movement Analysis
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AQA PE: Unit 2 Movement Analysis

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3 Full lessons with editable PowerPoints and Worksheets covering the entire Unit 2 section of AQA GCSE PE. Lever Systems Movement Analysis Planes and Axes Get this bundle free as part of a school portal plan that gives you and your students individual & online access to everything you need to succeed with AQA GCSE PE exams. To learn more, visit https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
A Level PE NEW - Energy Systems PPT
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A Level PE NEW - Energy Systems PPT

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(2018) AQA A Level PE: Energy System Lesson Powerpoint This is an up to date, all-inclusive, 89 Slide Powerpoint designed for the AQA A Level PE course (2016 specification). With 60 content slides (1 for each specification element) and 8 Timeout Sections containing 30 Study tasks between them, students will gain a secure understanding of the ENERGY SYSTEM section in Unit 1: Applied Anatomy and Physiology. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to understand: Anaerobic energy transfer. Aerobic energy transfer. Energy production in different fibre types. Energy production in high intensity/short duration exercise. Onset of Blood Lactate Accumulation (OBLA). Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC). Measuring and using VO2 Max. Measuring energy expenditure. Specialist training methods.
32 KS3 NETBALL LESSON PLANS
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32 KS3 NETBALL LESSON PLANS

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A compilation of 32 individual NETBALL lesson plans designed to take a student from complete Year 7 Novice, to an accomplished Year 9 performer. Included: - Learning Objectives - Opportunities for differentiation - Progressive learning activities - Appropriate opportunities for assessment BUNDLE: 3 Complete Units of Work for Years 7, 8 and 9. (x8 Year 7, x12 Year 8 and x12 Year 9).
AQA GCSE PE - Injury Prevention
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AQA GCSE PE - Injury Prevention

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining injury prevention methods before, during and after activity. Learning Objectives: All must know a range of methods that can aid injury prevention before, during and after exercise. Most should understand which methods are most applicable in different training scenarios. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
AQA GCSE PE - Principles of Training
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AQA GCSE PE - Principles of Training

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining the FITT and SPORT principles of training. Learning Objectives: All must know the acronyms SPORT and FITT and the principles of training they represent. Most should be able to explain each principle of training and it’s relevance to a performer. Some could evaluate the importance of each principle of training and apply their understanding in sporting scenarios. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
Detailed GYMNASTICS (Floorwork) Unit of Work - Yr 7 Lesson Plans x7
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Detailed GYMNASTICS (Floorwork) Unit of Work - Yr 7 Lesson Plans x7

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Contained is a 7 week Unit of Work ideal for beginners or KS3 in Gymnastics. The unit addresses the fundamental skills of Gymnastics Floor work exploring Points, Patches, Counter-tension and Counter-balance. Each lesson contains 3-5 learning episodes, each of which have their own Learning Objectives, differentiation and key teaching points.
AQA PE: Unit 3 - Physical Training
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AQA PE: Unit 3 - Physical Training

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8 Full lessons with editable PowerPoints and Worksheets covering the entire Unit 3 section of AQA GCSE PE. Health and Fitness Fitness Testing Principles of Training Types of Training Training Intensities Injury Prevention Specific Training Types Warm Ups and Cool Downs Get this bundle free as part of a school portal plan that gives you and your students individual & online access to everything you need to succeed with AQA GCSE PE exams. To learn more, visit https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
AQA GCSE PE - Information Processing
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AQA GCSE PE - Information Processing

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining what information processing is. Learning Objectives: All must know the names for each stage of the basic information processing model Most should be able to label a simple diagram and explain each component of information processing. Some could evaluate the importance of each stage in a variety of sport contexts Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
Detailed TABLE TENNIS Unit of Work - Yr 8 Lesson Plans x8
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Detailed TABLE TENNIS Unit of Work - Yr 8 Lesson Plans x8

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Contained is an 8 week Unit of Work ideal for Beginner and KS3 Table Tennis players. The unit addresses the fundamental skills of Table Tennis such as grip, stance and rallying. Each lesson contains 3-5 learning episodes, each of which have their own Learning Objectives, differentiation and key teaching points.
AQA GCSE PE - Commercialism and Sponsorship
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AQA GCSE PE - Commercialism and Sponsorship

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Full-length, editable PowerPoint lesson and accompanying Worksheet explaining the concept of commercialism sport and how sponsorship can bring benefits and drawbacks for stakeholders in sport. Learning Objectives: Know the definition for commercialisation and some examples of it in sport. Explain the benefits and drawbacks of commercialisation in sport. Understand the ‘golden triangle’ and its impact on sport. Access this PowerPoint along with 2-years worth of 250+ supporting AQA GCSE PE Teaching Resources for you and your students at: https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
Detailed BADMINTON Unit of Work - Yr 7 Lesson Plans x 8
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Detailed BADMINTON Unit of Work - Yr 7 Lesson Plans x 8

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Contained is an 8 week Unit of Work ideal for beginners or KS3 badminton players. The unit addresses the fundamental skills of badminton such as grip, serve type and rules. Each lesson contains 3-5 learning episodes, each of which have their own Learning Objectives, differentiation and key teaching points.
A Level NEW - Neuromuscular System PPT
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A Level NEW - Neuromuscular System PPT

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(2018) AQA A Level PE: Neuromuscular System Lesson Powerpoint This is an up to date, all-inclusive Powerpoint designed for the AQA A Level PE course (2016 specification). With 13 content slides (1 for each specification element) and 3 Timeout Sections with 10 Study tasks between them, students will gain a secure understanding of the neuromuscular system section in Unit 1: Applied Anatomy and Physiology. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to understand: Muscle fibre types Neural control of muscles Recruiting motor units All or none law Spatial and wave summation Tetanic contraction Muscle spindles and Golgi Tendon Organs
AQA PE: Unit 1 Anatomy & Physiology
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AQA PE: Unit 1 Anatomy & Physiology

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17 Full lessons with editable PowerPoints and Worksheets covering the entire Unit 1 section of AQA GCSE PE. Get this bundle free as part of a school portal plan that gives you and your students individual & online access to everything you need to succeed with AQA GCSE PE exams. To learn more, visit https://the-pe-academy.thinkific.com/courses/gcse-pe-portal
A Level PE: Unit 1 Full Powerpoints
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A Level PE: Unit 1 Full Powerpoints

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We’ve bundled together the first four sections of Unit1: Anatomy and Physiology from the AQA A Level PE Course (2016+). Included are 12 - 15 Lessons of Fully-Inclusive Powerpoints with 50+ Student activities Incorporated in Regular Mini-Plenaries. Cardiovascular System Respiratory System Neuromuscular System Musculo-Skeletal System Reclaim Your Time. Maximise Student Success. Multi-buy Savings.
GCSE PE - Antagonistic Muscle Pairs
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GCSE PE - Antagonistic Muscle Pairs

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A complete, ready-to-use, differentiated lesson powerpoint written in line with the 2018 AQA Specification but applicable across OCR, EdExcel and other major exam boards of GCSE PE. Learning Objectives: All must be able to define the components of an antagonistic pair and types of muscle contraction. Most should be able to link antagonistic pairs to movement actions at the elbow, knee, ankle, shoulder and hip. Some could be able analyse sporting movements and identify the agonists and type of contraction.