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  • 1. Contemporary Studies. AS PE 2009 onwards.
  • 2. The concept of Physical Activity
    • What you need to know:
    • Physical Activity, Exercise, Healthy Balanced Lifestyle and lifetime sport.
    • Benefits of regular participation in sport.
    • Factors adding to sedentary lifestyle in young people/factors affecting participation.
    • Definitions, Characteristics and benefits of:
    • Physical Recreation + Outdoor Recreation.
    • Physical Education + Outdoor Education.
    • Sport – Prowess + Endeavour. Sportsmanship, Gamesmanship and Deviance.
  • 3. How might a School PE department give children an experience of Education, Physical Recreation and Sport? [5]
    • What can young people gain from Outdoor Education and why do our children not have the opportunity to experience regular Outdoor Education? [5]
    • Discuss the factors that can affect young people’s participation in Physical Recreation and Sport and why should every effort be made to increase activity levels amongst young people? [10]
  • 4. Sport and Culture.
    • What you need to know:
    • UK:
    • Characteristics of Ethnic sports and reasons for their survival.
    • The role of public schools in organising and promoting games.
    • The changes in sporting culture; amateur to professional.
    • USA:
    • Characteristics of USA.
    • The nature of sport in the USA.
    • Analyse the game of American Football.
    • Australia:
    • Characteristics of Australia.
    • The nature of sport in Australia.
    • Analyse the game of Australian rules Football.
  • 5. Late nineteenth-century public schools are associated with a passion for all sport, and team games in particular. Explain how these schools and their ex-pupils influenced the emergence of national sport. [5]
    • Discuss sport and commercialism with reference to the ‘American Dream’ and Aussie rules football. [10]
    • Many ethnic sports still occur in the UK today. Give and example of a surviving ethnic sport other than the Highland Games. Identify characteristics of Ethnic sports and give reasons for their survival. [5]
  • 6. Participation – Excellence. Organisations and their Policies.
    • What you need to know:
    • The sports development pyramid.
    • Opportunity, Provision and Esteem.
    • Department for culture, media and sport. (DCMS)
    • Local Authorities.
    • UK Sport.
    • UKSI.
    • Sport England.
    • NGB’s.
    • Private, Voluntary and Public funding.
    • Factors affecting participation of groups such as; Women, the Elderly, Ethnic minorities, young people and people with Disabilities.
  • 7. What can Schools do to help talented young people to achieve their potential? [5]
    • What does the organisation UK Sport do to increase sporting excellence? [3]
    • How does public sector funding help to increase participation in physical recreation in the UK? [3]
    • Describe each level of the performance pyramid and how do National Governing Bodies support performers at the top of the performance pyramid. [10]
  • 8. Contemporary Sporting Issues.
    • What you need to know:
    • Sponsorship and the Media (Golden Triangle).
    • Performance enhancing products.
    • Drugs: reasons for use, consequences and solutions.
    • Violence – performers/spectators; reasons for and solutions to.
    • The Olympic Games:
    • 2012.
    • British Olympic Association.
    • Commercialism.
    • International Olympic Committee.
    • Sport as a political tool.
  • 9. State the advantages and disadvantages of sponsorship to sport and sporting performers. [6]
    • How has the media helped to sustain discrimination in sport? [3]
    • Identify the possible causes of player aggression and describe ways in which it can be prevented. [5]
    • Do the same question but for crowd violence!!
    • Identify a performance enhancing drug and describe how it can improve performance. [4]
    • Think about: Steroids, EPO and diuretics.
  • 10.
    • What are the potential health risks of taking performance enhancing drugs such as steroids? [3]
    • What strategies could be used to prevent the use of performance enhancing drugs?[4]
    • What benefits do sponsors of the Olympic games achieve? [3]
    • What were the reasons for the political upheavals at the 1936, 1956, 1968, 1972 and 1980 Olympic games? [10]

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