Simple resource which outlines the key rules when playing softball. Includes diagrams and key terms used throughout the game. Student friendly and not too wordy. A good resource to have which reminds students and teachers alike of the main rules of the game.
This is a complete unit of work for the delivery of ‘Sport and the Media’ as part of the OCR Sports Studies course. The Sport and the Media unit comprises of 5 assignments. LO1: How sport is covered in the media. LO2: Understand positive effects of the media on sport. LO3: Understand negatives effects of the media on sport. LO4: Understand the relationship between media and sport. LO5: Be able to evaluate media coverage of sport. For each assignment, I have created a powerpoint with tasks/discussion topics to complete. To support each powerpoint, a further resource has also been created which scaffolds the writing element for each assignment.
This pack includes 4 resources to help when teaching vaults to students in a unit of gymnastics. Each type of vault has simple and effective teaching points to help students master their technique. Laminate the resource and use it year on year.
AQA GCSE Physical Education - Paper 2 - Health, fitness and Well-being (chapter 6) Unit of Work 8 complete lessons which includes: PowerPoints. Work sheets. Homework tasks. End of topic test & mark scheme. Complete Scheme of work which outlines how to deliver the content. The work compiled takes should take place over approximately 8 lessons. Although the delivery may take longer depending on the group. I have created this unit of work using the AQA - GCSE Physical Education (Kirk Bizley) book, past papers, my own expertise and resources, closely following AQA’s ‘knowledge to be assessed’ documentation. Content covered: Fitness, health and well-being Energy use. Balanced Diet. Somatotypes. Effects of a sedentary lifestyle. Water Balance.
Resource for teaching penalty corners…without talking! Teaching using didactic methods and standing infront of a group of students doesn’t always work - Split your class into 3 groups and let them complete a carousel of activities which are described on these resources. Took me a while to create the resource for a 60 minute lesson, but when the lesson has started, you can micro-manage each group and provide support where necessary. Excellent method of creating independent learners who can collaborate with their peers to achieve a common goal. The tasks included on each resource include practical elements and discussion tasks for pupils.
Quick and easy resource card to use when teaching the Overhead Clear in Badminton at KS3.
Resource card which outlines the teaching points for front crawl. Great tool to use when teaching through a ‘reciprocal’ approach. It allows students to have a sense of autonomy as they can freely coach their partner/peers to help them improve. Laminate the resource and keep them pool side (splash proof not water-proof!)
This resource includes a checklist of 5 teaching points which should be used by students when learning to Bowl a cricket ball using an effective technique. Pupils can use this to refer to during the lesson to ensure they can master all of the teaching points. I have laminated the resources and use year on year when introducing bowling to KS3 and KS4 students.
This resource includes workouts students can complete with the access of a gym. Perfect for schools with access to a gym. Print these off and get students to pick which workout they want to do: Included are: Full body Chest and shoulders Legs Fat burner & design your own workout (blank template where pupils make their own workout up) Quick and easy to use which gives students some structure when using the fitness suite rather than walking around the gym making it up as they go along.
Tool to use at the end of a unit of cricket to reflect on Batting, Bowling and Fielding of students. The assessment matrix includes Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum statements for pupils to refer to when they are reflecting on their performance. Great conversation starters when questioning a group on their performance. ‘What would you rate yourself for your bowling?’ ‘Why do you think you are gold and not platinum for bowling?’ ‘What do you need to improve the most out of these 3 skills?’
AQA GCSE Physical Education - Paper 1 - Applied Anatomy and Physiology complete unit of work 24 complete lessons which includes: PowerPoints. Work sheets. Homework tasks. End of topic tests & mark schemes. Complete Scheme of work which outlines how to deliver the content. The work compiled takes place over 24 PowerPoints, although the delivery may take longer depending on the group. I have created this unit of work using the AQA - GCSE Physical Education (Kirk Bizley) book, past papers, my own expertise and resources, closely following AQA’s ‘knowledge to be assessed’ documentation. The PowerPoints are heavily teacher and student friendly. I have designed them to be easy to use as sometimes PowerPoints are not self-explanatory. The standard structure of a lesson found in this bundle would be (some do vary): Starter (retrieval of content from previous lesson) Learning objectives (Big Question). Content on slides (questioning/discussion topics on slides) A task/worksheet to complete. Exam question taken from past paper (including answers). Review Learning objectives. **This is the only complete unit of work for a whole chapter for AQA GCSE PE on TES. I will be uploading the other chapters with time. ** Content covered: 1.1 The structure and functions of the skeleton. 1.2 The structure and function of the muscular system. 1.3 The structure and function of the cardio-respiratory system. 1.4 Aerobic and anaerobic exercise. 1.5 The effects of exercise
Easy to use student friendly cartwheel resource card.
9 resource cards which can be used to help the delivery of Athletics in PE for 6 different sporting events. Once these are laminated, they are incredibly helpful to use year on year during the summer term. **Resources attached ** Long Jump Starter Starter resource which can be used at KS3. Gives pupils a guided discovery task where they are looking to see what their dominant jumping foot is, and the differences between jumping off of 1/2 feet. Long jump resource - Reciprocal Approach Detailed and student friendly resource which outlines the 3 stages of the long jump (approach/take off/flight). Tick boxes included on resource to give students ownership of their partners progress during their jumps. Usable at KS3 and KS4. Long jump resource - Jigsaw Learning This resource can be used when using a jigsaw learning approach within athletics. Simply get students into a group of 4, let them go off and complete the tasks on the 4 different resources, when they join back as a team, they should all be ‘experts’ in the particular area of the long jump. Let them teach what they have learned to the other members in their group. Great for promoting leadership and collaborating skills. Triple jump - Reciprocal Fun resource which layers the learning of the triple jump. Great again for creating autonomy and leadership amongst students. Get students into pairs and let them have a go whilst going through the different tasks on each of the cards. usable at KS3. Sprint resource - Reciprocal Simple and effective resource with basic teaching points to help students learn an effective sprint technique. Prompts on resource are included to promote feedback between students. Also included is a small table for pupils to complete with their times to measure improvement (competition too). Usable at KS3. Relay Resource Reciprocal This resource outlines the technique for exchanging a baton during a relay race. it covers the teaching points for the exchange and tips for getting the quickest change over. Includes an area to jot down times and improvements. KS3 and KS4. 7 . Discus resource reciprocal Simple resource to introduce students into throwing a discus. It includes basic but concise teaching points to help students master the basics of the throw. The ‘coach’ in the pair can use a checklist to monitor their partners progress in the 5 different area’s of the throw. Usable for KS3 and KS4. Shotput resource Basic This resource is quick and easy to use. Use’s a checklist for pupils to complete of how their partner is getting on with the technique for the throw. Perfect for KS3. Shotput resource - Reciprocal This resource is designed to help students learn ‘the glide’ technique when throwing a shotput. Student friendly and easy to use due to the step-by-step guide which should ease the process for the students. Checklist on final page for pupils to complete. Suitable for KS3 and KS4.
Fun, engaging and effective lesson for students who are beginning to play rugby in PE lessons. The resource includes a ‘warm up extravaganza’ and different tasks for students to work through independently, minimising teacher talk time. Have used this resource lots of times and Year 7/8 students love it! Get it laminated and take it on the field and allow students to take the reigns in the learning!
2 resources which can be used to help students understand the service rules within doubles badminton. Includes visual cues which outlines the order of play for serving. Also includes ‘half court’ badminton rules which I have used to get more students playing rather than waiting around for a court. Score sheets attached for the resources to use for umpires who are standing off court.
List of netball rules to students who are new to the game. Ideal resource for umpires who are officiating a game. Can be laminated and used for students to refer to throughout a unit of work - always handy to have a list of rules when teaching a sport.
AQA GCSE Physical Education - Paper 2 - Socio-Cultural Influences (chapter 5) complete unit of work. 10 lessons which covers the entire chapter, including the following topics: Social groupings and barriers to participation. Plotting data. Commercialisation. Ghe golden Triangle. Ethical Conduct. Technology. Performance Enhancing Drugs. Hooliganism. Files included: PowerPoints. Work sheets. Homework tasks. -End of topic test & mark scheme. -Complete Scheme of work which outlines how to deliver the content. I have created this unit of work using the AQA - GCSE Physical Education (Kirk Bizley) book, past papers, my own expertise and resources, closely following AQA’s ‘knowledge to be assessed’ documentation. A really good chapter to teach, not much content to cover so can spend a good chunk of time discussing the information which comes up.
Great tool to use in a badminton PE lesson to get pupils thinking about their progress throughout a unit of work. Includes statements with corresponding tick boxes for ‘working towards’, ‘working at’ and ‘working beyond’. Also includes structuring of a conversation for pupils to speak with a partner reflecting on their progress. Can also be used a non-doer resource as there is also a ‘score sheet’ on the sheet, plus key teaching points which they can relay to students as they circulate the groups.
This resource is perfect when teaching football in PE for a non-doer (non-participant) who can practically participate in the lesson. It gives them meaningful tasks to complete as they reflect on teaching points of the skill. There is also a structured space for the student to pick a ‘hardest worker in the room’ award and ‘most progress from start of lesson’ award. Students love to be a part of the lesson still even without taking part practically and this resource allows them to still fully get involved.