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  • VCE Physical Education VCE Health & Human Development
  • VCE Physical Education
    • PHYSICAL EDUCATION UNIT 1 & 2
    • Available to: Year 10 and Year 11 students
    • Department: Health and Physical Education
    • Suggested Pathway: Unit 1 Physical Education  Unit 2 Physical Education 
    • Units 3 & 4 Physical Education
    • Unit 1 Description :
    • Unit 1 includes two areas of study. On completion of the first area of study, ‘Movement Analysis’, students should be able to explain the application of biomechanical and skill learning principles in analysing how motor skills are learnt and improved. On completion of the second area of study, ‘Coaching for enhanced performance’, students should be able to identify and evaluate a range of coaching practices that lead to enhanced sports performance.
    • Unit 2 Description :
    • Unit 2 includes two areas of study. On completion of the first area of study, ‘Body systems and Performance’, students should be able to explain how the musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and energy systems function during physical activity, including how the energy systems work together to enable activity to occur. On completion of the second area of study, ‘The impact of physical activity on the individual’, students should be able to explain the impact of participation in physical activity on the health of selected population(s) and analyse factors affecting participation in physical activity.
    • Want the detail? Then read this page, but really….
  • … it’s a bit like this…
    • Andy Roddick can serve a tennis ball at 220 km/hour…
    • ..it is humanly IMPOSSIBLE to react fast enough to return it. SO, when Roger Federer returns Andy’s serve, HOW does he do it?
    • Would it be interesting to know the secret to David Beckham’s famous ability to curl his soccer kick around a bunch of players, to score a goal?
    • How can a sumo wrestler knock over an opponent twice his size?
    • What is going on in Lance Armstrong’s body to make him the greatest Tour de France Champion of all time?
  • What causes a person to keep striving to be better?
  • VCE Health & Human Development
    • HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT UNIT 1 & 2
    • Available to: Year 10 and Year 11 students
    • Department: Health and Physical Education
    • Suggested Pathway: Unit 1 Health and Human Development  Unit 2 Health and Human Development  Units 3 & 4 Health and Human Development
    • The study of Health and Human Development provides the student with skills and knowledge in the health and wellbeing of people at the individual and community level. It would be beneficial for students considering further study in the health industry, community work, physical education and working with people from all ages.
    • Unit 1 (Youth health and development) studies the physical, social, emotional and intellectual changes that occur in the growth and development of young male and female youth and the inherited and environmental factors that are involved.
    • Unit 2 (Individual and community health and development) studies the role of families, communities and governments in optimising health and development of individuals across the lifespan.
    • Read this for some good details, but really…
  • … it’s a bit like this…
    • That really tall guy at school… what is it about his family history that makes him so tall?
    • Why was your skull almost fully grown at the age of 2 years old?
    • Girls think that they are more mature than the boys their age… is that really true?
    • Why do guys go to the Doctor way less than girls do?
    • Why do people become addicted to things that are obviously no good for them?
  • … the government says ‘the couch is killing us’…
  • VCE Physical Education & VCE Health & Human Development GOOD CHOICES