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  • 1. FURTHER INVOLVEMENTIN PHYSICAL ACTIVITYEnd of unit test mark scheme
  • 2. Many schools now allow pupils to take examination-based courses andsports performance awards.Describe three advantages for the individual or the school to be gainedfrom participation in these.Award one mark for each stated advantage and a further one mark for the accompanying description. (3 × 2 marks).Individual’s advantage: Increased knowledge about sport, health and fitness/will make individuals more aware of their bodies and the need for good health and fitness. Career advancement/better prepared for a career in sport or allow entry onto further/higher education courses. Greater subject choice for the students.School’s advantage: Makes better use of school facilities/it is like having an additional subject. Raises the profile of the subject, improves status/seen as same as other exam subjects and not just as a core or non-exam subject. Raises the profile of the school with more GCSE passes.Accept the above and any other suitable responses
  • 3. 2. Give two reasons for participating as a part-time professionalplayer. (2 marks)Two such as: Paid for playing; Paid for another job; Alternative careers; Long term prospects; Fall-back options in the event of failure; Fall-back option in the event of early retirement.
  • 4. Give three different ways in which volunteers help to keepamateur sports clubs running. (3 marks) Three such as:  Acting as club committee officials;  Acting as a development officer;  Fund-raising;  collecting donations;  Liaising with the press;  Laundering the kit;  Transporting players;  Coaching the team;  Officiating/ running a line;  Organising fixtures;  Match day ‘odd-job’ man;  Maintaining the ground (buildings and playing surfaces);  Stewarding the social facilities.
  • 5. 4. Give two jobs linked to sports science. (2 marks)
  • 6. Vocations (jobs) in sportJobs relating to Physical Activity FITNESS INSTRUCTOR / PERSONAL TRAINER PERFORMER / PLAYER OFFICIALCOACH MANAGER COACH PE TEACHER CHOREOGRAPHER
  • 7. 4. Give two jobs linked to sports science. (2 marks) Two such as:  Physiotherapist/osteopath;  Psychologist;  Research scientist/designer of sports equipment;  Nutritionist/dietician;  Masseur;  Personal trainer;  Fitness coach/instructor.  Accept a coach/a club doctor (not doctor)/a drug tester/a PE teacher/a PE lecturer.
  • 8. 5. Give two vocations linked with sport and physical activity. (2 marks)
  • 9. Vocations (jobs) in sport Jobs relating to Sports Science FITNESS INSTRUCTOR / PHYSIOTHERAPIST PERSONAL TRAINER OSTEOPATH EXERCISEPHYSIOLOGIST / NUTRITIONIST / RESEARCH DIETICIAN SCIENTIST SPORTS BIOMECHANIST SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST
  • 10. 5. Give two vocations linked with sport and physical activity. (2 marks) Two such as:  A performer/player  A coach  A manager  Trainer  Choreographer  P.E. teacher  An instructor  An official (one per umpire/judge/referee)  An organiser/administrator  Roles within sports science – 1 mark.