Name:                                            Mrs Pennock                                 GCSE PE   7/12/09            ...
Name:                                     Mrs Pennock                                 GCSE PE         7/12/09             ...
Name:                                  Mrs Pennock                              GCSE PE       7/12/09                     ...
Name:                                    Mrs Pennock                               GCSE PE          7/12/09               ...
Name:                                     Mrs Pennock                               GCSE PE          7/12/0910) The statem...
Name:                                    Mrs Pennock                              GCSE PE         7/12/09B       WeightC  ...
Name:                                                       Mrs Pennock                                                   ...
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Year 10 2nd Half Term Exam - Mark Scheme

  1. 1. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09 GCSE Half Term Exam 2 1) What does SMART stand for when setting goals SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ACHIEVABLE REALISTIC TIME (5)2) The benefits of exercise can be grouped as Physical, Mental and Social.The following statements identify some of the benefits of exercise. To answer questions (a)-(d), match thestatements to the benefits using the combinations given below in A, B, C or D. A Physical B Physical and Mental C Mental D Mental and Social (a) Many people take part in team sports to relieve stress and to work as a group. D (b) People participate in physical activity to improve their health. A (c) Some people exercise to lose weight and boost their confidence. B (d) Individuals will take part in sport as they enjoy the competition. C (4) 3) Weight loss as a result of physical activity is achieved by st 1 mark for reference to ‘more/working harder’ than you normally do nd 2 mark for reference to ‘using more calories than taken in’ (or equivalent)
  2. 2. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09 (2)4) The following definitions are definitions of Health, Fitness, Performance and Exercise.A How well a task is completedB The ability to meet the demands of the environmentC A form of physical activity done primarily to improve one’s health and physical fitnessD A state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity(a) Which statement is a definition of Fitness? B(b) Which statement is a definition of Health? D (2)5) Explain the term performance. HOW WELL A TASK IS PERFORMED (1)a) The following are statements taken from Fara’s PEP. A I need to make sure my training matches the requirement of my sport, therefore I shall be using interval training. B I found the workload far too easy last week so I shall be training harder this week. C I think it is important to gradually increase the amount of work that I do. D I need to structure my PEP to my needs, no one else’s. E Unfortunately I had to have a minor operation on my knee. I was unable to train for 6 weeks, which means that I have already started to lose my fitness. (i) Complete the table below by naming THREE principles of training (other than the F.I.T.T principle) that Fara has referred to in the statements from her PEP. Explain the meaning of each of the principles. Principles (A) Explanation (B) Tailoring the training programme to meet Specificity the requirements of the activity
  3. 3. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09 Gradually increasing the training, doing Progressive Overload more than normally Rest and Recovery The time required and given to recovery Meeting individual Tailoring the training programme to suit needs you, not generalised for a group / equiv. Reversibility Adaptations will be lost if you stop training (ii) 3 Statement from PEP Principle of Training A Specificity C Progressive Overload E Reversibility (3)7) The diagram below shows performers participating in physical activity. A B CComplete the table below naming ONE component of Skill Related Fitness that will be important toeach performer. Explain how these components will help each performer in his/her activity. You mustchoose a different component for each performer. How component of skill related fitness helps Component Athlete performance Speed Sprinter (B) Complete race quicker than opponent Shot putt (C) Increases power therefore throw shot further Movement of legs and hands to allow successful Gymnast (A) completion of the routine Co- Accurate timing of hands and legs to successfully Gymnast (A) ordination complete routine Accurate timing of throw to generate more power (use Shot putt (C) of muscles in correct order)
  4. 4. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09 Accurate timing of use of arms and legs to increase Sprinter (B) speed Power Sprinter (B) To increase speed Gymnast (A) To support the body weight and move legs quickly Shot putt (C) To increase distance thrown Balance Gymnast (A) Maintain equilibrium so do not fall/slip Dynamic balance so throw is co-ordinated and Shot putt (C) therefore thrown further Not wasting energy by not being balanced, therefore Sprinter (B) more available for run To allow them to co ordinate hand and leg movements Agility Gymnast (A) over pommels quickly Co ordinate body movement quickly to improve timing Shot putt (C) and therefore distance of shot Reaction Sprinter (B) Get a good start in the sprint time Gymnast (A) React quickly to a slip to recover routine8) Which of the following terms means to work without oxygen? A Aerobic activity B Oxygen debt C Anaerobic activity D Lactic acid accumulation (1)9) The FITT principle of training is made up of four parts. Which of the following statements covers all four aspects? A How hard and often you work, making sure you do not do too much. B How long, hard and often you work, whilst avoiding boredom. C How hard and often you work; making sure that your training fits the requirements of the activity. D How long, hard and often you work; making sure that your training fits the requirements of the activity (1)
  5. 5. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/0910) The statements below describe possible training activities that could be included in a PersonalExercise Programme (PEP).A Aerobic work in a swimming poolB Anaerobic work in a swimming poolC Aerobic work on a trackD Anaerobic work on a track(a) Which of the activities A, B, C, or D would be most suitable to improve the performance of a long distance runner? A(b) Which of the activities A, B, C, or D would be most suitable to improve the performance of a sprint swimmer? B (2)11) The following is a list of sports performers.A Shot putterB Hockey playerC CyclistD Golfer(a) Which performer is most likely to use fartlek training to improve performance?(b) Which performer is most likely to use weight training to improve performance? (2)12) Toby, Tony, John and Roger are all 16-year-old GCSE Physical Education students. Toby is arock climber, Tony is a 100m sprinter, John is a cross-country runner and Roger is a games player.They are all interested in increasing their level of fitness in order to improve their performance in theirchosen sports.Fitness can be improved through training. The following are all Methods of Training.A Continuous
  6. 6. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09B WeightC IntervalD Fartlek(a) Which of these training methods would be most suitable for Roger (games player)?(b) Which of these training methods would be most suitable for John (cross-country runner)?(c) Which of these training methods would be most suitable for Tony (100m sprinter)? (3)13) A warm up is a very important part of preparation before competition.(a) State THREE phases of a warm up. 1. .cardiovascular warm up 2……stretching 3……specific skills practice (3)(b) State THREE reasons why a warm up is thought to be good preparation before a competition. 1 .prevent injury (1) 2 improve performance (1) 3 .practice skills before event or prepare psychologically (1)14) a) What two components of fitness might this performer be trying to develop through this exercise? 1 ..muscular strength 2 .muscular endurance / power (2)
  7. 7. Name: Mrs Pennock GCSE PE 7/12/09 b) State two other exercises that the performer could add to their circuit if they were trying to develop their health-related fitness. 1. ................................................................................................................................... 2. ................................................................................................................................... (2) c) Why is it important to consider the order of the exercises when planning a circuit? To allow time for muscles to recover between bouts of exercise (1) d) State one way you could measure the amount of physical work completed by a performer during a circuit. . Time taken to complete set number / number completed in set time / HR... (1) Total__ / 50

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