IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.5. Fitness Testing

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.5. Fitness Testing

This covers unit 2: Health, fitness and training: 6.5. Fitness. Testing. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Identify and perform the different tests that are used to measure health and skill related fitness. • Most: Give reasons why fitness testing is used from a basic level to that of an elite performer. • Some: Identify links the tests to specific sports and identify the benefits these will have on improving performance.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.4. Components of Fitness

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.4. Components of Fitness

This covers unit 2: Health, fitness and training: 6.4. Components of Fitness. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know the difference between a health / skill related component of fitness. • Most: Describe the components of health / related fitness using themselves as examples. • Some: Be able to link each component of fitness, explaining how it affects performance in physical activity.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.3. Diet and Energy Source

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.3. Diet and Energy Source

This covers unit 2: Health, fitness and training: 6.3. Diet and Energy Source. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know how energy is produced from carbohydrates, fats and proteins. • Most: Describe which nutrient a food source provides. • Some: Explain which food sources will benefit the energy required for different activities.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.2. Fitness

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.2. Fitness

This covers unit 2: Health, fitness and training: 6.2. Fitness. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know what fitness means to the individual. • Some: Give a definition of what fitness is, with an example. • Most: Explain how fitness and health are linked, supporting this with real-life examples.
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IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Biomechanics

IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Biomechanics

You get the students worksheets and powerpoint on the Simple Biomechanics. Students can use books to aid them as well. There are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic). In the bundle you get the following: 5.1. Principles of force 5.2. Application of Force 5.3. Levers Plus an end of unit exam with questions and answers
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.1. Health & Well-Being

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.1. Health & Well-Being

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 6.1. Health & Well-Being. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Explain the WHO (World Health Organisation) and definition of health. • Some: Describe physical, mental and social well being, providing examples for each to support their description. • Most: Explain how developing new ways and opinions will improve physical, mental and social well-being for all individuals in society.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.2. Application of Force

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.2. Application of Force

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 5.2. Application of Force. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Identify and explain the effects of gravitational force, air resistance and muscular force. • Some: Understand the importance of ground resistance for sprinters. • Most: Identify and illustrate the forces acting on performance and objects onto force diagrams.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.3. Levers

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.3. Levers

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 5.3. Levers. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Identify the three different classes of lever. • Some: Give examples of each class of lever and its location in the body. • Most: Describe how each lever helps performance in different sporting situations.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.1/2/3 Simple Biomechanics Exam

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.1/2/3 Simple Biomechanics Exam

These exam questions are specifically about (Anatomy and Physiology) ready for the 2018-onwards exam. I have put the answers at the end of the exam for you. These exam questions are taken from section Simple Biomechanics. 5.1. Principles of force 5.2. Application of force 5.3. Levers
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.1. Principles of force

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 5.1. Principles of force

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 5.1. Principles of force. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Define and understand force • Some: Understand and apply the equations involving force, mass and acceleration. • Most: Explain the effects of force in a variety of sporting situations.
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IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Energy Systems

IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Energy Systems

You get the students worksheets and powerpoint on the energy supply and the effects of exercise on the body. Students can use books to aid them as well. There are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic). In the bundle you get the following: 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration 4.2. Recovery 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise Exam
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IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Circulatory System

IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Circulatory System

You get the students worksheets and powerpoint on the circulatory system. Students can use books to aid them as well. There are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic). In the bundle you get the following 3.1: Components of Blood 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function 3.3: Cardiac Output Plus an end of unit exam with questions and answers
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.3. Short-term effects of exercise. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe the immediate effects of exercise on the body. • Some: Explain the causes and effects of each of the immediate effects of exercise on the body. • Most: Explain each of physiological processes and suggest ways of countering the negative effects with explanation of how they work.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.4. Long-term effects of exercise. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe the process of hypertrophy and the effects this has on the body. • Some: Explain the four processes of hypertrophy, bradycardia, stroke volume and tolerance to lactic acid. • Most: Explain each of the four main effects of long term training and relate these to the benefits of long-term exercise.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1/2/3 Circulatory System Exam

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1/2/3 Circulatory System Exam

These exam questions are specifically about (Anatomy and Physiology) ready for the 2018-onwards exam. I have put the answers at the end of the exam for you. These exam questions are taken from the circulatory system section: 3.1. Components of blood 3.2. Heart structure & function 3.3. Cardiac output
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.1: Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration . You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe how food is converted into energy and know the names of the two types of respiration. • Some: Able to write out the equations for both types of respiration and know which one requires oxygen and which one does not. • Most: Explain actions, activities and sports that require aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.2. Recovery

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 4.2. Recovery

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 4.2 Recovery. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Describe why the body experiences oxygen debt and describe the physical effects on the body when there is an oxygen debt. • Some: Able to write out the equation for the removal of lactic acid. Explain how LA is broken down in the presence of oxygen. • Most: Explain the term oxygen debt in terms of the circulatory and respiratory systems and explain how the body can recover from EPOC.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.3: Cardiac Output

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.3: Cardiac Output

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.3: Cardiac Output. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know the meaning of heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output. • Some: Explain heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output with examples. • Most: The benefits of being able to work out their cardiac output to improve performance
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1: Components of Blood

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.1: Components of Blood

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.1: Components of Blood. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Able to know what blood is made up from. • Some: Understand what haemoglobin is and the important role it plays in the circulatory system. • Most: Know the blood vessels and their roles in transporting blood.
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IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function

This covers unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology: 3.2: Heart, Structure & Function. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Know the sections of the heart • Some: Describe how the atria, ventricles and values work with examples Most: Describe how the blood moves through the heart; identifying what happens in each location
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