Cambridge Technical Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Unit 19 Sports Psychology Teaching content for the entire Unit 19 of CTEC Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity. Includes pass, merit and distinction criteria for all learning outcomes. PPT slides, articles, assignment briefs and all activities and teaching resources. LO1: Motivation LO2: Attribution Theory LO3: Stress, Anxiety and Arousal LO4: Group Dynamics LO5: Mental Health and Wellbeing
Entire teaching content used to deliver Unit 3 Sports Organisation and Development of the Level 3 Cambridge Technical Level 3 Sport and Physical Activity. Range of content including Powerpoints, activities, articles, exam questions and other resources. LO1: Understand how sport in the UK is organised. LO2: Understand sports development. LO3: Understand how the impact of sports development can be measured. LO4: Understand sports development in practice.
**Cambridge Technical Level 3 Sport and Physical Activity Unit 3: Sports Organisation and Development LO4: Understand Sports Development in Practice All Powerpoints, resources and other teaching content used to deliver LO4 of the above unit and award. Lesson content includes: Sports Development initiatives and events. Characteristics of sports development initiatives and events including case study of the Olympic Games. Advantages and disadvantages of sports development initiatives and events Benefits of sports development for athletes, the sport, the organisations and society.
**Level 3 Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity ** *Unit 3 Sports Organisation and Development - LO3 Understand how the impact of sports development can be measured. * Range of teaching content used to deliver LO3 of the above award and unit. Includes: Two Powerpoint presentations including content on why sports development should be measured and what it can be measured against and the range of possible measures. Sports development initiative creator to be used throughout the course. Articles used as reading alongside teaching content. Every past exam question for LO3.
**Level 3 Cambridge Technical Sport and Physical Activity ** **Unit 3 Sports Organisation and Development LO2 Understanding Sports Development** A range of resources and presentations used to deliver LO2 of the above award. Content includes: Sports development and SD roles Purpose of sports development Sports development continuum Target groups and their barriers to participation Overcoming barriers and increasing participation
Orienteering lesson activity based around the football Premier League. Eleven envelopes representing each position hidden around school, each containing eight different players. Teams find the envelopes, taking one player out of it to add to their team. The quicker teams find players, the better choice of player they are likely to have. The team with the highest rated team win!
Range of teaching content used to deliver LO1 of the Cambridge Technical Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Unit 3 Sports Organisation and Development in the UK. All resources, Powerpoint presentation and activities for six lessons covering: Government Involvement in Sport National Governing Bodies Sport England and UK Sport Other Organisations Involved in Sport in the UK European Organisations Involved in Sport in the UK International Organisations Involved in Sport in the UK
Monopoly style revision board game for Unit 3 (Sports Organisation and Development) of the Level 3 Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity. Contains: Board Counters and “facilities” Chance cards Community chest cards containing many exam style questions.
Two lessons worth of content, resources and activities for GCSE PE Spectator Behaviour and Hooliganism, AQA specification. Included Lesson 1 Spectator Behaviour: Powerpoint slides including all content and activities Monopoly game board resource for the positives and negatives of having spectators at sporting events Lesson 2 Hooliganism: Powerpoint slides including all content and activities Manchester derby task relating to strategies used to combat hooliganism in football
Mind-map style activity for OCR Cambridge National Sports Studies lesson on the Olympic and Paralympic Movement. Includes brief re-cap activity on the values of sport which will have likely been covered during the previous lesson. Includes PPT slides used alongside the mind-map - I printed them off and worked it as a carousel activity which worked well with my group.
Resources and instructions for three different orienteering lessons to be used as part of a Key Stage 3 scheme of work. Particularly helpful in the current social distancing climate! Includes orienteering Cluedo which has worked brilliantly for me! Includes: Football pitch numeracy lesson Flag challenge Cross curricular quiz Cluedo
Premier League style revision board game focusing on Cambridge National Sports Studies R051 Contemporary Issues in Sport. Contains 48 questions focusing on all exam content.
AQA GCSE PE Lesson on Hooliganism Full lesson on hooliganism as part of the AQA GCSE P.E. specification. Includes Powerpoint slides with all lesson content and activities in. Differentiated resources for the main body task which involves students working as part of the security team working at the Manchester derby. Students have to think about strategies they could use to combat hooliganism in different scenarios all linked to Manchester United vs Manchester City.
A3 revision learning mat for Cambridge National Sports Studies R051 Contemporary Issues in Sport, focusing on knowledge of all learning objectives.
Six lesson health related fitness booklet, designed with a fitness suite in mind. Key knowledge covered includes: Heart Rate, Calories and Exercise Intensity Weight Training, Continuous Training and Circuit Training Muscular Endurance Muscular Strength and Cardiovascular Endurance Training programme design including the principles of specificity and progressive overload (FITT). Our fitness suite has two treadmills, four exercise bikes, two cross-trainers, two rowing machines and a few weight machines.
Cambridge Technical Level 3 in Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Unit 19: Sports Psychology LO5: The Impact of Sport and Exercise on Mental Health and Well-Being All teaching content for LO5 of the above unit on the Level 3 Cambridge Technical Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity. Two PPT presentations including pass and merit criteria content. Three articles. P7 planning sheets for depression, anxiety and high blood pressure. P7 and M5 assignment brief including M5 planning sheet.
**Cambridge Technical Level 3 in Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity, Unit 19 Sports Psychology ** LO4 Group Dynamics Entire teaching content used to deliver pass, merit and distinction levels in Group Dynamics as part of the Sports Psychology module on the CTEC Level 3 in Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity. Includes: Forty slide powerpoint including content and activities for entire module. Assignment brief. Knowledge test. Distinction task planning sheet. Carron’s Four Antecedents Model activity.
All resources and teaching content required to deliver LO2 Attribution Theory as part of Unit 19 Sports Psychology for the Cambridge Technical in Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity. Powerpoint with all teaching content. Articles and useful reading. Worksheets Review questions Assignment brief
Full set of resources to deliver Unit 19 Sport and Exercise Psychology as part of the Level 3 Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity. Includes: Powerpoint of in-depth content on motivation, including intrinsic, extrinsic and Achievement Motivation Theory. Powerpoint of in-depth content on goal-setting, including short-term, medium-term and long-term goals and SMARTER target setting. Question booklet that can be completed as you work through the content. Assignment brief for both Pass and Merit level.
Simplified form of Monopoly for students to investigate the positive and negative effects of commercialisation on sport. Game board and worksheet attached. Includes positive and negative effects of both the media and sponsorship on players, teams, officials, spectators, sponsors and sport as a whole. No “money” needed, students can just use a whiteboard to calculate how much money they are on. Rules displayed in the centre of the board.