This resource can be used in badminton practical lessons to assess performance. Learners can record each shot performed by plotting the location of the shuttlecock when it lands. Can be performed online or in written format.
Presentation that includes the different type of tissues within the body. Muscle tissues, nervous tissues, epithelial tissue, connective tissue, areolar tissue and adipose tissue. Introductions provided on all areas. Cell diagrams provided.
Class discussion ideas, tasks and methods of assessment provided. Focussed at level 3 but can be edited to aim at higher or lower levels. Can be delivered at BTEC, GSCE Science and introduction to A-level.
This activity can be used for any subject and is a great activity to be used within the class room. Use the card to allow learners to produce a career/job role/topic/person/athlete/animal etc. Then when completed, learners can play the game of top trumps,
Works really well as an Icebreaker or on induction for learners to meet new group members.
DIFFERENTIATION - Learners can go on to explain why they have given the score for each category and analyse the importance for the person in question. Comparisons can then be made between the cards to spark discussion and assess a deeper understanding.
Free kicks 9
Communication skills 8
Leadership skills 9 etc etc.
Playing cards activity for fitness tests.
11 different fitness test cards to allow students to administer fitness tests. Includes:
Sit and Reach,
Press up test,
Vertical jump test and many more...
All test cards include: protocol, advantages and disadvantages, equipment required and issues with validity, reliability and practicality.
Differentiation can be used to give more difficult tests to higher level learners.
Whole class presentation on the digestive system. This resource includes:
Student -Gapped presentation
Worksheet on the different organs in the digestive system + answer sheet
Worksheet of blank digestive system to be labelled.
Perfect resource to introduce the different parts of the digestive system - includes presentation and all worksheets to last 1-2 lessons.
This PowerPoint presentation can be used to teach learners the importance of practicality and suitability when selecting fitness tests for a client. The PowerPoint provides tasks and exercises to be used within a whole class environment or alternatively can be used on an individual basis. Differentiated learning outcomes have been included within the presentation to allow all learners to achieve at a particular level. The presentation can be delivered over several lessons or independently on its own. All worksheets are included and ready to print within the bundle.
Great starter or recap activity for fitness testing or training.
Includes the definitions of the different fitness components, testing protocols and methods of training. Whole class activity that involves getting the cards in the correct order to complete the task. Includes the following components and methods:
Speed - 30 metre sprint - SAQ training
Flexibility - sit and reach test - PNF Stretching
Muscular endurance - press up test - circuit training
Power - vertical jump test - plyometrics etc.
Presentation aimed at Level 1/2 Gym Instruction programme.
Includes information on the method of resistance training. Lots of learner centred tasks with aims and objectives based on body weight exercises, resistance machines and free weight exercises. FITT and ISPORR principle worksheet also included. Ideal for exercise fitness instruction and fitness training classes.
Lesson focussed at L1/L2 to introduce the musculoskeletal system. Presentation included with worksheets/crosswords and answer sheet.
Presentation includes class tasks on
- labelling the bones in the skeleton
- type of bones
- types of muscle tissues
- tendons and ligaments introduction
- functions of the skeleton
Excellent lesson on performance profiling for sports performers (can also be used in other areas if adapted.)
Includes worksheets, presentation and Million Pound Drop activity (ppt)
The content involves how to complete performance profiling, the process and benefits of profiling within sport and also the different constructs that are used when assessing sports performance.
Resource can be used at BTEC Level 2 and 3 and also on GCSE P.E and A-level Sport programmes.
This is a mix and match activity that allows learners to understand the different terms associated with the cardiovascular system. The terms and definitions can be printed, cut out and laminated for future use. Great to be used as a starter/recap within your lesson.
Presentation that includes the basics on validity and reliability of fitness testing. Includes aims and objectives of the session and whole class tasks. Can be customised to suit own needs, but includes sporting examples.