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I'm a self-confessed perfectionist which means I've spent a lot of time creating these resources. I hope you like them and find them useful!

I'm a self-confessed perfectionist which means I've spent a lot of time creating these resources. I hope you like them and find them useful!
Planes of Movement and Axes of Rotation (Planes &  Axes)
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Planes of Movement and Axes of Rotation (Planes & Axes)

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into “Planes and Axes” including how to distinguish between each plane and each axis as well as learning each is linked. Learning objectives: Know how the body uses a range of planes and axes to create movement patterns. Know how planes and axes are used during different sporting actions. *TIP - I strongly advise you to have a few bags of jelly babies, cocktail sticks and knives to deliver this lesson effectively! Also includes: Video clips of relevant material Blank table to jot information down Exam style questions with answers
Training Zones and Thresholds
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Training Zones and Thresholds

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into “Training Zones and Thresholds” including how to work out maximum heart rate, each different zone and it’s link to respiration and type of fitness Learning objectives: Understand how to calculate your maximum heart rate and use this value to work out how hard you should be working to improve your fitness Describe the differences between the aerobic and anaerobic training zones Explain what improvements will occur if performers train in different zones Also includes: Activity tasks Graph analysis
Sport-Specific Diets
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Sport-Specific Diets

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into how diets differ for different sports. Match-up activity included.
GCSE PE Quiz
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GCSE PE Quiz

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification This fun quiz will keep the students engaged throughout! (At the end of each round, answers are displayed so you can score as you go!) Round 1 - The respiratory system Round 2 - Name the football club Round 3 - The cardiovascular system Round 4 - Current affairs Round 5 - Aerobic and anaerobic respiration Round 6 - Principles and Methods of Training
Fitness Testing Booklet
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Fitness Testing Booklet

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Fitness Testing Booklet which allows students to record: information about how to complete each test their own individual score how they have performed in relation to the national average Each test includes normative data.
Methods of Training
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Methods of Training

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the “Methods of Training” including 3 power-points which cover ALL training methods as shown on the specification. Learning objectives: Understand the different methods of training available to a performer Describe each training method and the advantages and disadvantages associated with them Explain which method is better suited to different types of sports performers Also includes: Worksheet to complete on ALL training methods Video clips associated with topic Exam question Activity task
Arousal and Stress Management
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Arousal and Stress Management

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into "Arousal and Stress Management " including what is meant by arousal and how the Inverted-U theory is applicable to fine and gross motor skills. Also included is how to deal with high levels of arousal to improve performance. Learning objectives: Understand what is meant by arousal Describe the stages of the Inverted U Theory and consider where the optimal level of arousal is according to the skill Explain the different techniques that can be utilised to control arousal Also includes: Labeling the Inverted-U graph Video clips of relevant material
Health and Well-Being
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Health and Well-Being

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction as to what ‘well-being’ is and what the difference is between the 3 types: physical, mental and social. Learning objectives: To understand the contribution that participating in physical activity can make to physical, emotional and social health and well-being. To describe the benefits of maintaining physical, mental and social well-being Activity and homework task included.
Fitness
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Fitness

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction to what is meant by ‘fitness’ and how different sports requires different levels of fitness. Learning objectives: To describe what is meant by the term fitness To understand how to maintain a general level of fitness Exam question included.
Types of Movement
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Types of Movement

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into the movement produced by different synovial joints. Also includes: Activity Homework task
Health and Fitness Quiz
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Health and Fitness Quiz

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification This fun quiz will keep the students engaged throughout! (At the end of each round, answers are displayed so you can score as you go!) Round 1 - Questions on health Round 2 - Name the sports personality and their sport Round 3 - Questions on fitness and testing Round 4 - Sports questions Round 5 - What happened next?
The Cardiovascular System (Part 1)
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The Cardiovascular System (Part 1)

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into “The Cardiovascular System” including all the components that make up this system, the structure and function of different blood vessels, the chambers of the heart as well as how blood travels through the pulmonary and systemic circuits. Learning objectives: Understand the structure and function of arteries, capillaries and veins Understand the structure of the heart Understand the order of the cardiac cycle and the pathway of the blood through the heart Also includes: Labeling a heart diagram Activity task
Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration
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Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into "Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration " including the difference between both energy systems, EPOC, effects after exercise as well as how to recover following exercise. Learning objectives: Understand the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration Describe what oxygen debt is Explain the short and long term effects of exercise Also includes: Video clip linked to topic Exam question Test (15 questions)
Safety in Sport
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Safety in Sport

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into “Safety Principles when Training” including the ways in which to stay safe and minimise injury. Also includes activity task.
Skill and Ability
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Skill and Ability

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Introduction into “Skill and Ability” including what the difference is between both terms as well as looking at each of the 4 continuums. Learning objectives: Understand the difference between a skill and an ability Describe the different classifications of skills Explain your decisions for placing skills on each continuum Also includes: Starter activity Video clips of relevant material Exam question
Components of Fitness + Reasons for Fitness Testing
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Components of Fitness + Reasons for Fitness Testing

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GCSE Physical Education (9-1) *Suitable for new GCSE PE Specification Recap the 'Components of Fitness’ and an introduction into the reasons behind fitness testing. Learning objectives: Reasons why people carry out fitness tests The limitations of carrying out fitness tests. How qualitative and quantitative data can be gained and used when fitness testing. Also included: Exam questions Pie-chart analysis