GCSEPhysical EducationControlled assessment guideEdexcel GCSE (Short Course) in Physical Education(3PE01)First examination 2010Edexcel GCSE in Physical Education (2PE01)First examination 2011
IntroductionThe Edexcel GCSE (Short Course) in Physical Education and the GCSE in Physical Educationare designed for use in schools and colleges. They are part of a suite of GCSE qualificationsoffered by Edexcel.About this publicationThe controlled assessment guide:• contains activity-specific assessment criteria for the Edexcel GCSE (Short Course) in Physical Education and Edexcel GCSE in Physical Education, first teaching from 2009• is intended to be read in conjunction with the specification, and is designed to help teachers with the assessment of Unit 2: Performance in Physical Education• includes the list of activities that can be undertaken for the Section 2.1: Practical performance• includes the assessment criteria for the new activities that have been added to the list• is structured in a similar way to Edexcel’s traditional, popular Coursework Guide.Key subject aimsEdexcel’s GCSEs in Physical Education:• encourage students to be inspired, moved and changed by following a broad, coherent, satisfying and worthwhile course of study and to develop an awareness and appreciation of their own and others’ cultures in relation to physical education• encourage creativity and decision-making skills to enable students to plan effectively for performances and to respond to changing situations• prepare students to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices• enable students to become increasingly physically competent through being actively engaged in a range of physical activities, and to become increasingly effective in their performance in different types of physical activity and roles such as player/participant, leader and official• enable students to develop their ability to engage independently and successfully in different types of physical activity, and to develop and maintain their involvement in physical activity as part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
ContentsA Introduction 1 Overview of the GCSE (Short Course) in Physical Education 2 Overview of the GCSE in Physical Education 3 Unit 2: Performance in Physical Education 4B Detailed content 5 Section 2.1: Practical performance 5 2.1.1: Player/participant 8 2.1.2: Official 11 2.1.3: Leader 14 Activities and activity groups 16 Forbidden combinations, and restrictions 18 Additional and alternative activities 19 Assessing students with physical disabilities for Section 2.1: Practical performance 19 Section 2.2: Analysis of performance 21 Controlled assessment task for Section 2.2: Analysis of performance 22 Assessment criteria for controlled assessment task for Section 2.2: Analysis of performance 24 Amateur boxing 30 American football 32 Archery 40 Association football 44 Athletics 46 Badminton 53 Baseball 56 Basketball 58 Canoeing/kayaking 60 Clay pigeon shooting 62 Climbing 64 Competitive swimming 66 Cricket 68 Cross-country running 70 Cycling 72 Dance 74 Fencing 76 Field hockey 78 Fitness training 80
Gaelic football 104Golf 106Gymnastics 108Handball 112Horse riding 114Hurling/camogie 116Ice dance 118Ice hockey 120Inline hockey 122Judo 124Ju-jitsu 126Karate 128Korfball 132Lacrosse 134Lawn bowls 136Lawn tennis 138Life-saving 140Mountain biking 142Netball 144Orienteering 146Personal survival 148Polo 150Rounders 152Rowing 154Rugby league 156Rugby union 158Sailing 162Skiing 164Snowboarding 166Softball 168Squash 170Surfing 172Synchronised swimming 174Table tennis 176Tae kwon do 178Trampolining 180
Trekking 184 Volleyball 188 Wakeboarding 190 Water polo 193 Water skiing 194 Weightlifting 196 Windsurfing 200C Assessment 203 Controlled assessment 203 Summary of conditions for controlled assessment 203 Internal standardisation 204 Authentication 204 Further information 204D Appendices 205 Appendix 1 Controlled assessment record sheets 207 Appendix 2 Example trampolining student assessment sheet 209 Appendix 3 Example skiing student assessment sheet 211 Appendix 4 Example snowboarding student assessment sheet 213 Appendix 5 Analysis of performance matrix 215