This lesson looks at pacing for the 800m - pupils often find it amazing how much they’ve actually run in this lesson without knowing it !! lots of 100m and 200m running to get their pace right - paired work and differetiated split times
This presentation recaps what an aim and objective is. It has a worksheet to support with examples.
It also describes ST, MT and LT goals with examples - also the worksheet supports the PowerPoint.
Smarter Goals are also included in this presentation with examples of each.
Smarter goals can them be written on the worksheet provided
This resource looks at developing an understanding of a PAR Q and completing a PAR Q. It also involves a worksheet to help encourage pupils to develop creative ideas for their training programme so they can access the Merit level
This is a great PowerPoint which covers the different training zones and % of MaxHR. What worked really well with this was a sticky label race where pupils had the different types of training written on them, 1 by 1 they race up to stick the type of training in the correct place. I have also used a human training zone pyramid for this race the head is speed zone, torso and arms are anaerobic and legs are aerobic. good for a starter, plenary or both.
Get these printed and laminated and stashed away under your desk!! They’re great for so many lessons like ;
BTEC or GCSE
As part of a trampolining lesson to increase activity levels - nothing worse than having 30 pupils round 2 trampolines
Healthy Active Lifestyles,
Wet weather lessons
Fun warm ups
All have coaching point on to help pupils perform with the correct technique too
This is really good worksheet to use within a practical lesson where pupils can fill in throughout the lesson during mini-planries to consolidate information. It includes maximum HR, the Borg Scale and its relationship with HR and the aerobic training zones too
Resources to be printed and used within the lesson - these are great for starters to see if the pupils can master them with no teacher input. I often use them as a starter and plenary to measure progress
I used this during a revision lesson to consolidate the Learning Aim A content then re-used it when pupils came closer to their exam. I could group pupils based on ability and offer support where needed