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    • Specification contentUnit 1 — Participation in Sport and RecreationStudents will learn the theoretical parts of the course better if they are taught these topics through practical activity. This ‘hands-on’ approach to learningwill help the candidates when they come to answer their written examination.Section A — Healthy and Active lifestylesTopic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 1 Requirements for participation: Suggested one-two lessons to cover. Student book Chapter 1. Fitness, ability, resources, time. Student book task page 5 . Concepts of recreation and active Part of induction. Student book task page 12. leisure: Philosophy of mass participation, sport Teachers Resource Pack. for all. Link to family and peers. Worksheets 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 . Contemporary concerns: Press review and presentation. Obesity, coronary heart disease, Detail in area 2. diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, metabolic syndrome, sedentary lifestyles, activity patterns, ageing population, access, stress.Topic Area 2 Differences, links, positive health Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book Chapter 2. benefits (physical and psychological).Health, fitness Work on key terms – develop Student book task page 22. Physical – (energy expenditure) reduction glossary.and exercise: in body fat; increased resting metabolic rate and/or increased proportion of Student book tasks page 27. muscle mass; reduced rates of mortality, Link to Active people survey – local Student book tasks page 37. CHD, obesity, reduce risk of osteoporosis, stats. and help type II diabetes management. Student book tasks page 39. Current trends. Project work. Teachers Resource Pack. Comparative cultures, eg USA, Finland, Worksheet 2.1. Japan.Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 1
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 3 Energy intake, food groups, hydration, two lessons. Student book Chapter 2. balance diet, food pyramid, cholesterol,Nutrition and dietary requirements for exercise.weight Balanced lifestyle: Food diary. Student book task page 27.management: Energy balance (energy intake vs energy expenditure), work–life balance, dealing with stress. Comparison of different athletes Student book task page 28. diets – BBC Sports Academy. Student book tasks page 29. Teachers Resource Pack. Worksheet 2.1. Worksheet 2.2.Topic Area 4 Physical maturation, decline in physical Suggested 1 lesson to cover. capability (cardiovascular fitnessEffects of muscular strength, lung function, resting Student book – pp42-45.ageing: metabolic rate, osteoporosis, flexibility). Produce graph – visual time line. Student book – take I t further task pp 44. Link to health Lifestyles – reformative. Help the Aged = Ageing well/fit as http://www.ageconcern.org.uk/AgeConcern/fit-as-a- a fiddle. fiddle.asp2 Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 5 Muscular-skeletal system: Suggested 10 lessons to cover both Student book chapter 3. sections.Effects of Responses (fibre recruitment, forceexercise — production, metabolism). Student book task page 53.responses and Adaptations (increase fibre size, increase Active learning looking at shortadaptations of force production . term responses of muscular skeletalthe body Increase metabolic energy supply). system . Teachers Resource Pack.systems The major muscle groups — learning Worksheet 3.1.PART 1 the muscles and their application in Worksheet 3.3. earlier lessons. Worksheet 3.4. Increased fuel demands/lactic acid. Isometric and isotonic contractions. May need basic anatomy revision to Cardiovascular: underpin knowledge – how muscles Student book chapter 3. work in pairs. Responses (> SV, HR, Q, redistribution of Student book task page 58. blood flow to working muscle). Active Learning — practical sessions Teachers Resource Pack. demonstrating how exercise and Adaptations (increase in size of heart, SV, fitness are linked to the Worksheet 3.5. Q and capillaries). cardiovascular system. Practical application and information gathering. Immediate and short term effects of exercise. Blood pressure, heart rates and exercise how affected over sustained training. Exercise and physical activity — the affects on the C/V system.Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 3
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 6 Respiratory: Suggested 10 lessons to cover both Student book chapter 3. sections.Effects of Responses (Increased rate and depth ofexercise — breathing, increased gas exchange). Student book task page 62.responses and Adaptations (improvements in respiratory Active lessons – use of informationadaptations of muscle performance.). gathered during practical sessions.the body Teachers Resource Pack. Exercise and physical activity — thesystems affects on the respiratory system. Worksheet 3.5.PART 2 Immediate and short term effects. The effects of regular and long term Student book chapter 3. Neuro-muscular: participation. Teachers Resource Pack. Responses (increased number of muscle fibres recruited, increase in rate of fibre Worksheet 3.5. recruitment) . Immediate and short term effects. Adaptations (improved co-ordination, The effects of regular and long term increases in force production and rate of participation. force production, increase in speed).Topic Area 7 Components of physical fitness: Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 4.Fitness and Speed, strength, endurance (aerobic,training muscular), flexibility, composition. Student book task page 74.PART 1 Components of skill fitness: Work on key terms – develop Coordination, balance, agility, reaction glossary. time, power, endurance (local muscle, cardiovascular, strength). Teachers Resource Pack. Link to Unit 2 fitness types. Worksheet 4.1. Worksheet 4.2. Worksheet 4.3.4 Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 8 Methods of fitness training: Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 4.Fitness and Aerobic/anaerobic training, continuous,training interval, power, circuit/weight/ resistance training, speed, fartlek, crossPART 2 training, core stability, plyometrics, SAQ Work on key terms – develop Student book task page 79. (speed, agility, quickness), stretching glossary. (static, ballistic, dynamic, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation — PNF). Principles of training: Teachers Resource Pack. FITT, duration, recovery Application of Project work – linked to own sports Worksheet 4.3. fitness and training/overtraining. activity – foundation for task 4.1. Worksheet 4.4 . Appropriateness of programmes to differing clients: Young and old, trained and untrained, active and sedentary, healthy and unhealthy. Project based on developing fitness programmes for different members of students families – eg grandparents, sporty sibling, parent who wants to lose weight.Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 5
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 9 Rationale of assessment: Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 4. Maximal v sub-maximal tests, reasons forFitness testing/use of tests for assessment ofassessment fitness, limitations, validity and Exemplar PARQ – student book pp 90. reliability, using Technology to assess Work on key terms – develop fitness. glossary. Protocols of recognised fitness tests: Student book task page 93. Application, understanding, Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire. (PARQ), tests for different components of fitness, eg strength, power, speed, Teachers Resource Pack. flexibility, endurance, body composition. Active lessons — Healthy school Worksheet 4.5 . week. Staff MOT’s. Protocol of key fitness tests — Fitness testing linked to strengths http://www.topendsports.com/ and weaknesses.6 Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Section B — Opportunities and pathwaysTopic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 1 Festivals of sport: Suggested 8 lessons to cover. Student book chapter 5.The Ancient, modern, popular recreations,development of the modern Olympic Games, Exemplar time line – student book Fig 5.1. international sports festivals. Work on key terms – developcompetitivesport Emergence of ‘rational sport’ as a glossary. Student book task page 100. product of the Industrial Revolution: Codification (reason, need, process), Time line of key historical Student book task page 101. development of national governing developments. bodies, role of Oxbridge, export of the games ethic . Student book task page 104. Own Sports study. 20th century: Development of professional and Local examples of sports historical international sport, ‘Spectatorism’, development. Teachers Resource Pack. sport(s) as a business, rise of the ‘sports Worksheets 5.1,5.2, 5.3. star’. Overview of popular recreations- http://www.pe4u.co.ukEdexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 7
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 2 21st century: Suggested 6 lessons to cover. Student book chapter 5.The Globalisation of sport, Olympic case Mini Olympics review.development of study, increase in commercialism and media influence, sponsorship, News reporting project on keycompetitive issues – done in groups or as an advertisement and endorsement (eg Student book task page 110.sport individual. problems of Montreal games followed byIssues ‘Hamburger games’ of 1984), ‘Americanisation’, TV (influence of/on Student book task page 101. sport, impact of non-terrestrial Develop a scrap book of networks). contemporary examples. Deviance in sport: Regular review of press/media for British Olympic Association education resource area — related stories/examples. http://www.olympics.org.uk/education.aspx Sportsmanship, gamesmanship, performance enhancing drugs, role of WADA future developments.Topic Area 3 Sporting pyramid: Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 6.Performance Concept, how the base and peakpathways interlink, difference between participation and performance Levels Application to students own Student book task page 119. (foundation, participation, competition, sporting activity. elite), link to learning and development of skills as well as increasing training Student book task page 121. and support needs. Link to local and national study. The roles of key UK agencies (Youth Teachers Resource Pack. Sports Trust, UK Sport, Sport England Application to own sports pyramid. etc), in managing the pyramid in the Worksheets 6.1, 6.2. UK.8 Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 4 Traditional pathways: Suggested 3 lessons to cover. Student book chapter 6.Performance Role of schools, universities, clubs,pathways sports colleges. Current models: Link to local and national study. National Framework for Sport, Game Plan, A Sporting Future for All, UKSI network, sports search programmes. Teachers Resource Pack. Talent Identification: Visit to ‘local’ UKSI. Worksheets 6.3, 6.4, 6.5. Concept, history of talent development in East Germany and Australia, UKSI and NGB talent identification schemes in Group work into other nations elite the UK. sports systems and presentation to Key websites. rest of group. Talent Development: www.sportsearch.org.uk Schools Games, World Class Programme TASS, AASE. www.tass.gov.uk Plotting of local examples/case studies on development pathway – www.sportsaid.org.uk link to national study.Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 9
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 5 Concepts (sport for all, mass Suggested 3 lessons to cover. Student book chapter 7. participation, lifetime sports,Lifelong leadership and volunteeringinvolvement programmes), Sport England’s Use Sport England – active people participation segments benefits of survey date to analyse participation increased participation . Student book task page 140. in students locality. Constraints on participation: Opportunity, provision, esteem, cost, Student book tasks page 142. Link to local and national study. time, resources, geographical, pressure. Target groups: Develop marketing campaign for a Teachers Resource Pack. Definition, groups (gender, race, age, socio-economic background). target group – which identifies key Worksheets 7.1. constraints. Worksheet 7.2. http://www.sportengland.org/research/active_people _survey.aspxTopic Area 6 Role of sports councils, eg Making Suggested 3 lessons to cover. Student book chapter 7. England Active, multi-sport hubs, activeReformative places initiative, public servicepolicies agreements. Work of specialist agencies, eg Women’s Link to local and national study. Student book tasks page 142. Sports foundation, Federation of English Disability Sport, Kick It Out. Concessions, programming, local Disabled sport activity. Teachers Resource Pack. schemes, school and county sports Local examples. partnerships. Worksheets 7.3.10 Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009
    • Topic Content T and L guidance ResourcesTopic Area 7 Private gyms and health clubs, fashion Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 7. and activity, role of media, technologyTechnical linked to access, adrenaline anddevelopments adventure sports, impact of 2012 Olympic Student book tasks page 146.and cultural Games. Link to local and national study.trends: Local examples.Topic Area 8 Philosophy, models (eg elite, retention), Suggested two lessons to cover. Student book chapter 7. reasons for LTAD review of currentLong Term models, link to current sports models inAthlete the UK.Development Link to local and national study.(LTAD) Early and Late Specialisation (‘FUNdamentals’, learning to train, Personal sports examples – apply to training to train, training to compete, own sporting activity – foundation training to win, retirement and for task 4.4 in A2. retainment.Edexcel GCE in Physical Education Scheme of work © Edexcel Limited 2009 11