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A SOLO taxonomy SOLOstation lesson for GCSE Yr11 revision on PESSYP, PESSCL and school sport

A SOLO taxonomy SOLOstation lesson for GCSE Yr11 revision on PESSYP, PESSCL and school sport

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  • 1. GCSE PE Revision Develop my understanding of the PESSYP, PESSCL & School SportI can remember the I can apply my I can analyse andvarious definitions of knowledge of these evaluate topics,key words of each topics to sporting creating linksC Grade examples between them and B Grade others A Grade
  • 2. What kind of task could we do?CreatingEvaluatingAnalysingApplyingUnderstandingRemembering
  • 3. Initiate Levels - Tasks D C B A A*
  • 4. Activate Revision Session Protocol1. Think carefully about which level you should start at. The aim of the session is for you to have a deeper understanding of a particularly tricky topic and make progress. It’s not to see who finishes first or gives up.2. Move onto new tasks in order. You can start at any level (see point 1).3. Read the success criteria for each level carefully.4. Only move up to the next level when you feel confident (see the success criteria’s for guidance). You could always go back a level if needed.5. Be independent of others. Your exam is less than 2 weeks away and no one can help you then, so don’t let them hold you back now.
  • 5. Demonstrate D Grade1. Use the text books to recap the topic2. Make no notes3. Do this independently and in silence
  • 6. Demonstrate D GradeSuccess Criteria:You are unsure of the topic and thereforeneed to do background ready beforeundertaking the other learning tasks.
  • 7. Demonstrate C Grade• Fill out the ‘Key definitions and terminology’ sheet to get the main information on this topic downor• Complete the PESSYP and School Sport sheet to gather additional information
  • 8. Demonstrate C GradeSuccess Criteria:You have some idea of specifickeywords, facts or definitions related tothis topic but cannot link them or applythem to the whole strategy.
  • 9. IDEA – Key definitions and terminologyTopic Definitions Explanation Apply | | | | | |
  • 10. PESSCL/PESSYP & School SportThe National Curriculum PESSYP aim: 10 Strands of PESSYP & what they mean 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9PESSCL aim: PESSCL Key words:8 Strands of PESSCL & what they mean1234 Extra Curricular Provisions5678PESSCL Key words:
  • 11. Demonstrate B Grade1. Use the double bubble map to compare and contrast the PESSCL and PESSYP strategy.2. Use the David prompt image sheet to link all of the PESSCL, PESSYP & School Sport facts to him. Do any overlap, link, coincide with each other?3. Are you able to link in the key words and explain how they tie in?4. Read the prompt question on the back of the sheet. Can you now link all of your points to this as well?
  • 12. Demonstrate B GradeSuccess Criteria:You know the all/nearly all of the specificpoints on the topic. You can explain themclearly. You are able to link them and showhow they work together.
  • 13. You will need to link all of the topics, key words, definitions and information from PESSCL, PESSYP and Demonstrate School Sport. How do they all link in towards David? Highlight any links between topics and write a brief explanation as to why they interlink.Key Words: Facilities, Attitude of staff, Leadership, Competition, 5 hour offer, timetabled PE lessons, Competition
  • 14. DemonstratePrompt Question: How did school and the structure of schoolPE help develop David’s Athletics career?
  • 15. Demonstrate A Grade• Using your knowledge, answer the exam questions below. Use IDEA to structure your answers:1. How might the schools PESSYP strategy have helped David develop his Athletics at school? (6 marks)2. How do schools encourage individuals like David to take part in sport? (8 marks)3. When David was in school he would have benefitted from the older PESSCL strategy. Explain specifically how this strategy would have benefitted him (8 marks)• What might happen if the schools didn’t run extra curricular activities?• What might happen if the PESSYP strategy didn’t offer support for Gifted & Talented?• What would happen to David if schools didn’t run interschool competitions?
  • 16. Demonstrate A GradeSuccess Criteria:You know all of the variousfacts, information and definitions for thetopic. You know how they link together.You are also able to explain and apply themto specific sporting examples or thescenario.
  • 17. Demonstrate A* Grade• Because you are an expert on this topic, help as many of your peers as you can. How can you help explain these tricky topics? What will you say? How will you make it memorable for them?
  • 18. Demonstrate A* GradeSuccess Criteria:You know everything related to the topic.You can easily explain all of theinformation, applying it to sportingexamples, and the scenario, and excel atanswering exam questions.
  • 19. GCSE PE Revision Develop my understanding of the PESSYP, PESSCL & School SportI can remember the I can apply my I can analyse andvarious definitions of knowledge of these evaluate topics,key words of each topics to sporting creating linksC Grade examples between them and B Grade others A Grade

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