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1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race
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1.1.2 Lesson 3 - gender & race

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  • 1. GCSE PE<br />Topic 1.1.2 : Influences on taking part<br />
  • 2. Starter Activity<br />
  • 3. Objectives:<br />By the end of today’s lesson you should be able to:<br /><ul><li> Identify the way that gender can influence involvement in physical activity.</li></li></ul><li>Gender<br />Traditional stereotypes are constantly being challenged. Male or Female? <br />Football<br />Rugby<br />Tennis<br />Cricket<br />Hockey<br />Volleyball<br />Squash<br />Netball<br />Basketball<br />Swimming<br />Cross Country<br />Weight lifting<br />Dance<br />Gymnastics<br />Badminton<br />Table tennis<br />
  • 4. Gender<br />Most sports are now open to both sexes but they generally compete separately.<br />Task 10 – come up with at least 3 sporting stereotypes.<br />Can you think of any professional sports that are mixed sex?<br />
  • 5. Mixed sport 2:45<br />
  • 6. Gender<br />There are different reasons behind why men and women participate in sport. <br />How does media affect participation?<br /> Complete tasks 11&12 with a partner<br />
  • 7. Women in sport<br />Hope Powell – England Ladies football team coach<br />Helen Chamberlain – Soccer AM<br />Denise Lewis – pundit for athletics<br />Sue Barker – Tennis pundit<br />Georgie Tomlinson – Sky sports news<br />Claire Balding – Sports journalist and presenter<br />Kelly Holmes – TV Pundit<br />ArchanaVijaya – IPL cricket host<br />
  • 8. Gender – Task 13<br />With the person next to you read through the sports pages of the newspaper provided and make a note of how many stories there are in total.<br />Within that total work out how many involve women and sport.<br />Convert that into a percentage.<br />
  • 9. Gender – did you know…..<br />England women’s cricket team…<br />… won the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2009, Ashes 2011<br />England women’s rugby team…<br />... lost 13-10 to NZ in 2010 World Cup Final<br />England women’s football team…<br />… have qualified for the 2011 World Cup Finals<br />England women’s hockey team…<br />… lost in 2010 world cup semi final to Holland in a penalty shoot out!<br />
  • 10. If you let me play 0:30<br />Nike – for us 0:53<br />
  • 11. Objectives:<br />By the end of today’s lesson you should be able to:<br /><ul><li> Identify the way that gender can influence involvement in physical activity.</li>

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