A Level PE Psychology Mind Map for each Topic and past paper Questions and MS

A Level PE Psychology Mind Map for each Topic and past paper Questions and MS

This resource is excellent for pupils to revise from for Phed 3 A Level PE Psychology. Each resource has been created after training sessions with former chief examiner Mike Murray and can be used by pupils in a variety of ways to suit their learning and revision styles. The resource contains around 40 slides (approx. 4 per topic) and took an estimated 20 hours of work to complete. This represents excellent value for money at 50p per topic! This will definitely improve your pupils grades and revision skills!! This resource has been uploaded in separate folders and includes the following for each topic area for AQA A Level Psychology Unit (Phed 3): - Completed Mind Map - Partially completed mind map for pupils to fill in - QR code with link to revision videos (their is a charge from Mypeexam if you wish to sign up to watch full videos- Personality videos are free and complete if you would like to try them) - Past paper questions and mark schemes for each topic If you purchase the product could you please leave feedback and a review so I can act upon if necessary. Thanks
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A Level PE-PSychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

A Level PE-PSychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

The homework booklet contains all past paper questions from 2008-2015 for PHED 3 Psychology unit with a dedicated answer and feedback (peer/self/teacher and corrections) section : The Document is split into: - Breakdown of past questions in each year and number of marks per topic. - Questions (1 per page) in topic order with space for 4 attempts and corrections comments. Also include the examiners comments at the bottom of the page. -14 Mark Questions grouped together - Mark Scheme in topic order The mark scheme document includes the mark scheme for each question (in order) so students can read how to better answer the question next time and add corrections for self or peer assessment. These resources have been invaluable for my students and really is worth £3! This document is roughly 78 pages in length and are great for homework/starter/plenary/mini plenary/progress checker/ exam practice/ extended q practice/ revision and greatly aid the delivery. Please review this document if you purchase it!!!
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Range of Fitness Tests and Lessons for BTEC Sport Level 3 Fitness Testing and GCSE PE lessons

Range of Fitness Tests and Lessons for BTEC Sport Level 3 Fitness Testing and GCSE PE lessons

This is a 20 slide PowerPoint document that provides ready to use resources on a series of fitness testing lessons. Each test clearly describes, in pupil friendly language, how to conduct the test, space to write results of tests and how to calculate and analyse results. There are also links on some slides to helpful websites that provide results calculations, analysis of results and further reading. There are also 3 slides that include a pupil friendly mark scheme on how to gain a merit in assignment 1, with peer assessment sheets feedback. The Document contains ready to use slides for lessons on the following: Slide 1- Body Fat %- Skinfold Callipers Slide 2- Body Fat %- Skinfold Callipers Slide 3- 1 Rep Max- Bench press method 1 Slide 4- 1 Rep Max- Bench press method 2 Slide 5- 1 Rep Max- Bench press homework Slide 6- Harvard Step Test Slide 7- Harvard Step Test Slide 8- Multi stage bleep test Slide 9- Multi stage bleep test Slide 10- 35 metre and 40 metre sprint tests Slide 11- Fitness Test Lesson 1- 1minute press up, vertical jump, hand grip, sit and reach Slide 12- Possible advantages & disadvantages guidance Slide 13-16 Fitness Test Lesson 1- 1minute press up, vertical jump, hand grip, sit and reach pupil sheet Slide 17- Fitness Tests linked to components of fitness and advantages and disadvantages Slide 18- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Pupil friendly mark scheme Slide 19- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Peer assessment feedback sheet Slide 20- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Pupil guidance for low ability. These slides how given me over 15 lessons worth of resources and took a long time to create so hopefully will save you some! If you purchase this can you please leave a review as I would appreciate any positive or constructive feedback. Thanks
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2016 Spec- A Level PE- Psychology- Exam Q's & Mark scheme booklet

2016 Spec- A Level PE- Psychology- Exam Q's & Mark scheme booklet

Sports Psychology exam question and mark scheme booklet. This is another HUGE resource that took me over 10 hours to create again, and follows the same format as the skill acquisition booklet, but this resources covers the sports psychology unit. This pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions/ independent revision. Accompanied with a complete mark scheme. This mark scheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have introduced the use of assessment objectives in all specifications The question pack itself is 96 pages in length and contains the following: - A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! - Contents page arranged in topic order - A guide to command words and their meaning - Key terms arranged in topic order - Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted 51 pages of questions sorted by topic covering the following: -Contents - Assessment objectives definitions - Command words - Key topic words- Sports psychology - Example of exam paper front cover and instructions Exam Questions on the following: - Aspects of personality - Attitudes - Arousal - Anxiety - Aggression - Motivation - Achievement motivation theory - Social facilitation - Group dynamics - Importance of goal setting - Attribution theory - Self-efficacy and confidence - Leadership - Stress management The mark scheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 45 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and all answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. This document will save you hours of preparation and planning time as well as help support outstanding teaching and learning in you classroom. ****PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! GOOD LUCK TEACHING YOUR STUDENTS AND I HOPE THAT THIS RESOURCE IS MASSIVE HELP****
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A Level PE- 2016 Spec- Psychology and skill acquisition exam Q's and marksheme booklets

A Level PE- 2016 Spec- Psychology and skill acquisition exam Q's and marksheme booklets

Sports Psychology and skill acquisition exam question and mark scheme booklet. This pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions/ independent revision. Accompanied with a complete mark scheme. This mark scheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have introduced the use of assessment objectives in all specifications The question pack itself is 96 pages in length and contains the following: Each pack contains - A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! - Contents page arranged in topic order - A guide to command words and their meaning - Key terms arranged in topic order - Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted Over 100 pages of questions sorted by topic covering the following: -Contents - Assessment objectives definitions - Command words - Key topic words- Sports psychology - Example of exam paper front cover and instructions. The mark scheme packs has easy to find answers for all questions and is 100 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and all answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. This document will save you hours of preparation and planning time as well as help support outstanding teaching and learning in you classroom.
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A Level PE 2016- practical Coursework recording guidance- Rules and top tips

A Level PE 2016- practical Coursework recording guidance- Rules and top tips

This is a PowerPoint presentation that I have used during a webinar to inform next years, year 12 and 13 students and parents about the strict rules on recording evidence of practical coursework. In my experience, pupils really struggle with the demands of recording their practical coursework. This presentation aims to empower students and fill them with the knowledge and understanding of how to best show their performance for A Level moderation. The presentation was broadcasted via Zoom in mid July and includes a homework task to be complete over the summer. This presentation can be delivered to the students and include the notes I used to help me discuss the presentation with parents and students. ***If you use this presentation could you please leave a review and let me know how your students found the session***
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2016 Spec- A Level PE- Skill Acquisition Exam Q's & Markscheme booklet- Topic order progress checker

2016 Spec- A Level PE- Skill Acquisition Exam Q's & Markscheme booklet- Topic order progress checker

This is a HUGE resource that took me over 10 hours to create. This pack which can be used for homework/starter activities/plenary activities/progress check throughout the lesson/extension questions/ independent revision for the topic Skill Acquisition. Accompanied with a complete mark scheme. This mark scheme can be used to inform your planning/peer or self assessment. This can be used by many different exam boards as Ofqual have introduced the use of assessment objectives in all specifications The question pack itself is 88 pages in length and contains the following: - A brief guide to assessment objectives (AO's) - an essential feature that students must understand! - Contents page arranged in topic order - A guide to command words and their meaning - Key terms arranged in topic order - Designated feedback areas for teacher/self/peer comments to improve - essential for Ofsted 48 pages of questions sorted by topic covering the following: - Skill, skill continuums and transfer of skill - Characteristics of skill - Use of skill continua - Transfer of learning - Theories of learning - Stages of learning - Learning plateau - Cognitive theories - Behaviourism - Social learning - Use of guidance - Guidance and feedback on skill development - Memory models - Input - Whiting’s model - Reaction time, response time, movement time - Factors affecting response time (Hick’s Law) - Definitions of anticipation - Strategies to improve information processing The markscheme pack has easy to find answers for all questions and is 40 pages in length. Where possible, new questions have been used from SAM's and all answers contains links to AO's so students can see where marks have been awarded. This document will save you hours of preparation and planning time as well as help support outstanding teaching and learning in you classroom. ****PLEASE REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE IT AS ANY FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREAT! GOOD LUCK TEACHING YOUR STUDENTS AND I HOPE THAT THIS RESOURCE IS MASSIVE HELP****
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**NEW UPDATED** Sports Day Scoring Programme for 7 Lanes (Year 7-10 A&B)

**NEW UPDATED** Sports Day Scoring Programme for 7 Lanes (Year 7-10 A&B)

This is a fantastic programme that will save hassle and stress of calculating sports day results. This programme has some excellent features including: - Drop down selection for places (1st-7th) - Automatic point calculation for places which eliminates any errors (1st= 7points, 2nd= 6 points etc.) - Pop up if school record is broken (can then announce result instantly) - All events (100m, 200m, 300/400m, 800m, 1500m, hurdles, high jump, pole vault, triple jump, long jump, shot, discus, javelin, relay - Tabs for each year group (Yr 7 to 10), boys and girls, and A and B competitions. - Final Totals tab for each year group and 'house' that now includes automatic placing Easy to follow Instructions so 6th formers/ students can be used to fill out. 1. Make sure you have selected the correct tab at the bottom of the document 2. Write the name of the top 3 finishers only 3. Select the place for all competitors using drop down list 4. Write in the time of 1st place only (must be in the correct format) 5. If a record is broken, inform Mr Sills so he can announce it 6. Save the document on regular occasions I hope this document helps with the smooth running of your sports day. If you purchase this product and would like anything adding (extra team place etc.) I will do my best to do it for you, just message me I the review box. ***PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW IF YOU PURCHASE AND USE THIS PRODUCT***
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A Level PE Psychology Mind Map for each Topic and past paper Questions and MS

A Level PE Psychology Mind Map for each Topic and past paper Questions and MS

This resource is excellent for pupils to revise from for Phed 3 A Level PE Psychology. Each resource has been created after training sessions with former chief examiner Mike Murray and can be used by pupils in a variety of ways to suit their learning and revision styles. The resource contains around 40 slides (approx. 4 per topic) and took an estimated 20 hours of work to complete. This represents excellent value for money at 50p per topic! This will definitely improve your pupils grades and revision skills!! This resource has been uploaded in separate folders and includes the following for each topic area for AQA A Level Psychology Unit (Phed 3): - Completed Mind Map - Partially completed mind map for pupils to fill in - QR code with link to revision videos (their is a charge from Mypeexam if you wish to sign up to watch full videos- Personality videos are free and complete if you would like to try them) - Past paper questions and mark schemes for each topic If you purchase the product could you please leave feedback and a review so I can act upon if necessary. Thanks
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A Level PE-PSychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

A Level PE-PSychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme

The homework booklet contains all past paper questions from 2008-2015 for PHED 3 Psychology unit with a dedicated answer and feedback (peer/self/teacher and corrections) section : The Document is split into: - Breakdown of past questions in each year and number of marks per topic. - Questions (1 per page) in topic order with space for 4 attempts and corrections comments. Also include the examiners comments at the bottom of the page. -14 Mark Questions grouped together - Mark Scheme in topic order The mark scheme document includes the mark scheme for each question (in order) so students can read how to better answer the question next time and add corrections for self or peer assessment. These resources have been invaluable for my students and really is worth £3! This document is roughly 78 pages in length and are great for homework/starter/plenary/mini plenary/progress checker/ exam practice/ extended q practice/ revision and greatly aid the delivery. Please review this document if you purchase it!!!
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Self Confidence and Self Efficacy - A Level PE, Psychology AQA Spec

Self Confidence and Self Efficacy - A Level PE, Psychology AQA Spec

This is a 33 slide PowerPoint that cover all the main points of Self confidence and self efficacy. This includes: - Key terms- self confidence and self efficacy, - Theories - Bandura’s model of self efficacy - how do we increase self efficacy -Key terms- social facilitation, social inhibition, evaluation apprehension -Theories - Zajonc theory of social facilitation - Baron’s distraction conflict model -Homefield advantage -Relate to drive theory -Relate to amateur & professional -Strategies to limit the adverse effects of all Please note- these slides are to be used and taught however you feel is appropriate for your group. These slides allowed me to relate to past paper questions, pupils teaching each other, pupils using information to create revision resources. I would not recommend using this to talk through as that would not be the most engaging way of embedding the content/knowledge within the pupils
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Range of Fitness Tests and Lessons for BTEC Sport Level 3 Fitness Testing and GCSE PE lessons

Range of Fitness Tests and Lessons for BTEC Sport Level 3 Fitness Testing and GCSE PE lessons

This is a 20 slide PowerPoint document that provides ready to use resources on a series of fitness testing lessons. Each test clearly describes, in pupil friendly language, how to conduct the test, space to write results of tests and how to calculate and analyse results. There are also links on some slides to helpful websites that provide results calculations, analysis of results and further reading. There are also 3 slides that include a pupil friendly mark scheme on how to gain a merit in assignment 1, with peer assessment sheets feedback. The Document contains ready to use slides for lessons on the following: Slide 1- Body Fat %- Skinfold Callipers Slide 2- Body Fat %- Skinfold Callipers Slide 3- 1 Rep Max- Bench press method 1 Slide 4- 1 Rep Max- Bench press method 2 Slide 5- 1 Rep Max- Bench press homework Slide 6- Harvard Step Test Slide 7- Harvard Step Test Slide 8- Multi stage bleep test Slide 9- Multi stage bleep test Slide 10- 35 metre and 40 metre sprint tests Slide 11- Fitness Test Lesson 1- 1minute press up, vertical jump, hand grip, sit and reach Slide 12- Possible advantages & disadvantages guidance Slide 13-16 Fitness Test Lesson 1- 1minute press up, vertical jump, hand grip, sit and reach pupil sheet Slide 17- Fitness Tests linked to components of fitness and advantages and disadvantages Slide 18- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Pupil friendly mark scheme Slide 19- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Peer assessment feedback sheet Slide 20- How to gain a merit in assignment one. Pupil guidance for low ability. These slides how given me over 15 lessons worth of resources and took a long time to create so hopefully will save you some! If you purchase this can you please leave a review as I would appreciate any positive or constructive feedback. Thanks
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How to plan a 6 week training programme- Btec Sport level 3 (Independent pupil resource)

How to plan a 6 week training programme- Btec Sport level 3 (Independent pupil resource)

This is pupil learning mat that allows students to scan a QR code which takes them to an instructional video on how to create an overview for a 6 week training programme. This lesson allows them to consider each part of the unit content in order to achieve P6. This could be set as a class task or a homework take that the students then bring to the next lesson prepared to create a training programme booklet. I find that pupils who really think about the unit content for themselves, tend to produce a really thorough and in depth training programme.
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A Level PE- Psychology- Groups and Cohesion (AQA but would work for Edexcel and other) 3-4 lessons

A Level PE- Psychology- Groups and Cohesion (AQA but would work for Edexcel and other) 3-4 lessons

These resources provide 3 -4 lessons worth of activities that cover all the content for the topic of groups and cohesion. The resources are detail, challenging and pupil friendly. Lesson 1- Tell me more resources- This covers cohesion (task and social), and group Dynamics. Each pupils is given one card. You get the group to get into pairs and they them teach the other person about the card. If the person would like to know more information they can say 'tell me more'. After 2 minutes the other person teaches their sheet. After two minutes they both swap their sheet (THIS IS VERY IMORTANT!!!) They then move to another pupil and begin the process again. This is a fantastic teaching and learning strategy as pupils revisit and reinforce content and understanding and therefore the ability to recall information. I do this activity for around 25 minutes. I would then get them to complete the cohesion section on the mind map and then attempt the two past paper questions. HMK would be to look over the other theories and content on the mind map in preparation for next lesson Lesson 2 and 3- Group Formation and Carron’s antecedents Steiner's model of potential and actual productivity Faulty group processes, strategies to overcome faulty processes. Ringlemann effect and social loafing, strategies to overcome social loafing. Tuckman's model of group formation Starter and Plenary- Fill out slide 1 (I blow this up to A3). Pupils only write the answers that the definitely know. I get them to do this in a green pen and when I they revisit this they do it in a different colour pen so there is evidence of progress. Slides 3- 13 then consist of a seies of different workshops that cover all the content for groups. This includes workshops such as building towers, play doh modelling, A-Z game, Tug of war investigation, and a Tarsia Puzzle. All these workshops are explained within the PowerPoint. Slides 14-16- Past paper question and extended question with examiners commentary and past pupils answer. This can be set for hmk or can be the next lesson. I get the group to highlight certain sections of the examiners commentary and then look for evidence of this in the pupil answer. They can also mark the answer using the mark scheme. This helps to reinforce knowledge as well as developing confidence of answer extended questions IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE CAN YOU PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK/ REVIEW AND LET ME KNOW HOW YOUR LESSONS GO. GOOD LUCK!!!
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Groups and Cohesion Extended Question-  A Level PE Psychology- independent pupil task

Groups and Cohesion Extended Question- A Level PE Psychology- independent pupil task

This is resource is an independent pupil learning mat with the objectives of developing pupils confidence to answer extended questions and reinforce knowledge of key terms and theories of groups and cohesion. The resource is a independent worksheet that will require your students to have access to a QR code scanner. This then sends them to a video of the how to use the learning mat and instructions of what to do. There are also further QR codes to offer support when answering the extended question. Before this lesson I had covered all the content of groups and cohesion. I then set a task of answering the extended question for homework and for the group to bring their completed answer with them to this lesson. I blow the learning mat up to A3 in size. Tast 1- Scan the QR code and watch the video on extended question technique Task 2- Turn over the learning map and follow the instructions Step 1 – your answer is stuck in the space below. Check that it is yours! Step 2 – mark it using two different highlighters. One for each part of the question. Step 3 – use the banded criteria and mark scheme to give your work a mark out of 14 and highlight it on the banded criteria. Step 4 – get a new question template from the front table Step 5 – answer the questions again completing all the steps you have seen today Step 6 – mark it using two different highlight pens, one for each part of the question Step 7 - use the banded criteria and mark scheme to give your work a mark out of 14. Highlight your new mark in a different coloured pen on the banded criteria table. Is it better? Step 8 – stick your new answer on your old one. Only put glue along the top though, so you can always flip it over and see how your answers are improving. This resource would work excellently as a follow up lesson to the A Level PE- Psychology- Groups and Cohesion resource that I also for sale on myshop. If you purchase this resource please leave a review and feedback to let me know how your lesson went. Best of luck
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How to teach and Outstanding Gymnastics Rotation/ Somersault/ Flight lesson (3 lessons)

How to teach and Outstanding Gymnastics Rotation/ Somersault/ Flight lesson (3 lessons)

I used this resource during a lesson observation recently and received an 'Outstanding' grade in all areas. The lesson allows high levels of stretch and challenge for ALL pupils as well huge amounts of personalised and differentiated learning. These aren't just buzz words it really does cater for all!!! I taught this to a high ability year 8 group with 23 in the class. I have used this successfully though with groups of up to 35 and lower ability groups. I will normally follow this lesson up with two more to give pupils the chance to further develop and refine their skills (lesson 2 will focus on pupil feedback/ back somersault and somersault in pike or half twist. Lesson 3 in developing sequence work and further pupil feedback.) This resource includes the lesson plan (Word) that I used and also come with a 16 page PowerPoint document that includes the following: Slide 1- Lesson objectives (I printed these out 4 times on A3 and put around the gym) Slide 2- Gym mat tidy away picture (Made this to ensure that pupils know exactly how to put mats away in a tidy fashion. As your storage area will be different you probably won't be able to use this but hoped this would be 'food for thought' Slide 3- Apparatus layout diagram (this can obviously be tweaked based on your available apparatus and gym layout) Slide 4- Starter task mindmap/ what you know about rotation. (This allows you to understand what knowledge your pupils have at the start of the lesson. The words at the bottom are a prompt for pupils. This is then revisited at the end of the lesson to show you AND the pupils how much progress has been made in their understanding) Slide 5- 12- Sheets for each area of apparatus that pupils can use independently. These include ways to make the movement/ skill easier or more difficult in order for pupils to access a suitable level of individual challenge. (In my lesson I started with area 1 as a warm up for all. Then opened up areas 2-5 after. Areas 6, 7 & 8 could only be accessed if the pupils showed enough control and consistency in all other areas. Slide 13- 16- 'Mr Men' and 'Little Miss' themed non doer activities (I put these into visitor lanyards for them to wear) If you are relatively inexperienced in gymnastics I would seek advice from other colleagues or video clips on Youtube about how to safely support pupils in a somersault (Don't be scared or put off by this, its much easier than you think! Only let beginners attempt a somersault when you feel confident to support them though) IF YOU PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE COULD YOU PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW AND LET ME KNOW HOW YOUR LESSON GOT ON. ALL FEEDBACK IS WELCOME!!!
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Gas exchange lesson for GCSE PE AQA and Edexcel specific

Gas exchange lesson for GCSE PE AQA and Edexcel specific

This resource allows you to teach Gas exchange using the jigsaw grouping principle over two lessons. This helps pupils to take ownership of learning the content and as they are the expert in a certain area and have to teach other, they retain the information better. The attached resource explains exactly how Jigsaw grouping works and has all the resources ready to print out. The learning objectives of the lesson are: - Understand the correct order of pathway for air in the cardio respiratory system - The structure of the alveoli and gas exchange - The role of haemoglobin Pupils will then have the opportunity to apply these to AO1 and AO2 scenarios. Slides 1-7 Pupil Instructions Slides 1 & 2- Pupil instruction sheet on starter task Slides 3 &;4- Further instructions if needed and guidance on what to information to understand Slide 5- Revisiting information task. To use at end of jigsaw group activity. Slide 6- Reinforcement task- Modelling task using playdoh and sweets. You could pick and choose how many or which tasks you allocate. Slide 7- Lesson plan sheet- Overview of the structure of the lesson Slides 8- 33- Pupils resources Slide 8- Information Recording sheet (I enlarged this to A3) Slides 9, 10 and 11- Spec and sample exam Question, and mark scheme Slide 12- Instructions for pupils to follow for group activity Slides 13-16- Expert Group 1 resources (Pathway of air) Slides 17-20- Expert Group 2 resources (Gas exchange at Alveoli Slides 21-24- Expert Group 3 (Features that assist in gas exchange) Slides 25- 28 Expert group 4 (role of haemoglobin) Slides 30-33 Reinforcement task instruction sheets. IF YOU PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT PLEASE LEAVE A RATING A REVIEW. IF YOU COULD TELL ME HOW THE LESSON GOES TOO THAT WOULD BE GREAT. ANY FEEDBACK IS WELCOME
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A Level PE-Psychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme- UPDATED FORMAT on Powerpoint

A Level PE-Psychology- AQA PHED 3 Homework Booklet and Markscheme- UPDATED FORMAT on Powerpoint

THis document has been massively updated onto PowerPoint for ease of use and more pupil friendly layout. The document can also be used as a slide show and has a convenient clickable content page to navigate to different topics quickly and easily. The homework booklet contains all past paper questions from 2008-2016 for PHED 3 Psychology unit with a dedicated answer and feedback (peer/self/teacher and corrections) section : The Document is split into: - Click able contents page - QR code for video links on different topics (used for hmk or starters) - Analysis and breakdown of past questions in each year and number of marks per topic. - Questions (1 per page) in topic order with space for 4 attempts and corrections comments. Also include the examiners comments at the bottom of the page. -14 Mark Questions grouped together - Mark Scheme in topic order The mark scheme document includes the mark scheme for each question (in order) so students can read how to better answer the question next time and add corrections for self or peer assessment. These resources have been invaluable for my students and really is worth £3! This document is roughly 78 pages in length and are great for homework/starter/plenary/mini plenary/progress checker/ exam practice/ extended q practice/ revision and greatly aid the delivery. Please review this document if you purchase it!!!
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A Level PE Psychology Unit- Starter questions for each topic- UPDATED WITH 2016 PAPER

A Level PE Psychology Unit- Starter questions for each topic- UPDATED WITH 2016 PAPER

This resource has been updated to include the 2016 questions and mark scheme. I find this resource is great for using as starters, mini plenaries and plenaries. I usually using the Smart notebook option application to use a screen to cover the mark scheme whilst pupils work on the questions or you discuss and break down the question. Also great as a revision tool for pupils and lessons. This includes every 3 and 4 mark question from June 2010 and is arranged in topic order for ease. I have also include an answer sheet for each slide to annotate slides or get pupils to answer question directly on the board. This resource is flexible in its use and allows teachers and pupils to use in a variety of different ways. This will save you LOTS of time as this took me at least 5 hours of copying and pasting from past papers and into topic order
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How to teach an Outstanding- Hurdles lesson (Beginners to Advanced) Lead, Trail and body action

How to teach an Outstanding- Hurdles lesson (Beginners to Advanced) Lead, Trail and body action

This resource was used in my performance management lesson observation and enabled me to gain an Outstanding in every category. The lesson objectives of the lesson were: All pupils will understand their knowledge of hurdling technique and how they could make improvements to their hurdling technique. Most pupils will be able to develop their techniques using specific drills. Most pupils will be able to offer insightful evaluations into a partner’s technique. Please leave feedback on this resource so I can make improvements where needed This lesson is suitable to a range of abilities and the differentiation and independent nature of the lesson will allow for progress to be made by ALL pupils. Below is a guide to how to structure the lesson. I printed out enough booklets and had the front two pages laminated in order to re use. Task 1- Reinforce and develop hurdling technique knowledge- Highlight technical points of Perfect Model. Pupils complete task 1 of booklet to identify proper technique (resources differentiated and groups of pupils differentiated due to ability and behaviour). Task 2- Peer evaluation- Watch partner run over 4 hurdles 3 times. Resources are differentiated so lower ability pupils have less components to evaluate. Important that pupils identify a specific area to work on (Lead leg, trail leg or other body action (for high ability)) Task 3- Following the peer evaluation sheets the groups will then decide which area to develop (lead leg, trail leg or other body action) The group then use the drills pack to work on progressively more difficult drills to develop their area of technique. I find pupils get better at this task the more they use this style of teaching (persist with this, it will get better quickly!!) Task 4- Watch partners technique again and look at the area identified for improve. Have they improved and why, is there anything they should now focus on?
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A Level PE Psychology Unit- Starter questions for each topic

A Level PE Psychology Unit- Starter questions for each topic

I find this resource is great for using as starters, mini plenaries and plenaries. I usually using the Smart notebook option application to use a screen to cover the mark scheme whilst pupils work on the questions or you discuss and break down the question. Also great as a revision tool for pupils and lessons. This includes every 3 and 4 mark question from June 2010 and is arranged in topic order for ease. This resource is flexible in its use and allows teachers and pupils to use in a variety of different ways. This will save you LOTS of time as this took me at least 5 hours of copying and pasting from past papers and into topic order.
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A level PE- Psychology- Attribution theory

A level PE- Psychology- Attribution theory

This is a comprehensive but small resource made possible by the use of QR codes to ensure that all of the content for the topic of attribution is covered. This can be used independently by pupils as a revision or homework task to introduce the topic or reinforce learning. The document requires pupils to have a QR reader on their phone or tablet in order to access educational information and past paper mark schemes. The document then allows pupils to work independently to find out information on the following areas of attribution: 1- Weiner's attribution theory 2- Self Serving bias 3- Learned helplessness 4- Attribution re-training 5- Homefield advantage The document also includes another slide that can be used to support or extend/ reinforce the learning of pupils.
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GCSE PE (Edexcel) tracking system for practical grades (scaled) and individual pupil's theory needs

GCSE PE (Edexcel) tracking system for practical grades (scaled) and individual pupil's theory needs

I am currently a visiting moderator for Edexcel and feel that this resource is essential for all teacher who wish to track pupils grades based on their estimated practical grades. This information will then allow you to easily identify what % each pupil needs to achieve in their summer exam in order to reach specific overall grades. Please note that this is only an estimate as practical grades and grade boundaries are subject to change. The excel document also allows you to track pupils homework on past paper questions. This is also excellent for motivating students as it allows them to see how much they need to improve from mock exams/ past pares/ etc. Hit rates based on pupils target grades can easily be identified as pupils overall grades for each topic are automatically generated. I am relatively new to excel but this document took me approximately 5-6 hours of work, so will be a huge time saver for anyone who purchases this. PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW if you purchase. Below are the simple instructions to follow which may give a clearer picture of what the excel sheets can do for you: Instructions 1. Copy and paste your own PE2MS results into the PE2MS tab. The main date you need is candidate number, gender, name, and practical total 2. This will then automatically add the to the pupils and figures to the Theory needs and HMK accumulation tabs Theory needs' tab 3. You will then be able to see what your pupils need to achieve in the theory paper to attain for each grade 4. If you fill in a past paper grade into the column labelled 'theory %' you will then see their total grade which includes their practical scores HMK accumulation' tab 5. If you wanted to track pupils past paper scores you could then use this tab over a series of different topics or past papers 6. If you want to see a running average of past papers that includes their practical grade, you will need to enter and auto sum in column AP and select the grades you want to average out.
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