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  • 1. The following information ensures you know exactly what you are learning and how this fits in with the theory course (40% of overall grade). The tick sheet enables you to cross of each topic when we have covered it and provide you with a point of reference for revision purposes. If you are unsure of anything please make sure you ask to make sure your notes are always up to date. The course is divided into 3 sections in Year 10 1. Key Concepts in Physical Education 2. Key Processes in Physical Education 3. Opportunities, pathways and participation in Physical Education The course is divided into 4 sections in Year 11 1. Developing skills, techniques and motivation 2. Developing physical and mental capacity 3. Informed decision making using the principles of training and safe exercise 4. Opportunities, pathways and participation in Physical Education. LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department
  • 2. UNIT B541 - YEAR 10 TOPIC NOTES Done? KEY CONCEPTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Competence Skill, selection, application, tactics, ideas, readiness Performance Competence, knowledge, understanding, effective outcomes Creativity Exploration, experimentation, efficient, efficient Healthy, active lifestyles Physical, social, mental, fit for purpose KEY PROCESSES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Developing skills in physical activity Skill, technique, ability, fundamental skills: running, jumping, kicking, throwing,, catching Decision Making related to chosen sport/ Tactics, strategies, Input, decision activity making, out put, feed back, open and closed skills The components of fitness and a healthy, Cardiovascular endurance/stamina, Muscular endurance, Speed, Strength, Flexibility balanced lifestyle Importance of the warm up and cool down Different types to be used, benefit of both, physical responses Evaluating and Improving performance Analysis of performance Skill Novice v Expert, consistency, energy, time, adaptable, perception, cognitive Goals Performance, outcome goals Assessing the body’s readiness for Health screening, blood pressure and resting heart rate, BMI, cardiovascular endurance, exercise and training to plan for tests; Cooper 12 minute + bleep test, Body sustained involvement in physical activity Composition, Skin fold measurement, strength - - Testing grip dynamometer test, speed,- the 30m sprint flexibility- sit and reach test, validity of tests, importance of test protocols and Health and Safety considerations , family history of illnesses and lifestyle of the participant LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department
  • 3. Done? TOPIC NOTES Characteristics of a healthy life style heart muscle, Increases blood flow and contribute to a reduction in risk factors for coronary heart disease, Reduces blood pressure, Reduces stress, Reduces diabetes risk, Increases ‘good’ cholesterol, Promotes feeling of well being, Promotes a better social life / making friends Life style activities Circuit training, yoga, Pilates, dance, body pump, spinning, boot camps, body combat, other gym based activities OPPERTUNITIES, PATHWAYS AND PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Levels of Participation in Sport and 5 main activities, location, accessibility, Physical Activity transport, finance Participation rates by sex and age Effecting factors, peer pressure, role models, finances, culture Reasons for Participation and Non- Health reasons (management of stress; illness; well-being; life expectancy), Image, Enjoyment, participation Social/friendship, Hobby, Parental/role model influences, Vocation/profession., disability, role Positive models, media, peer pressure, technology Negative advancements, cultural, discrimination Specific Social, Cultural and Location Positive and negative, Age Gender, Education, Family, Disability, Ethnicity, Religion reasons affecting participation Environment, Climate. Government initiatives to promote active Olympics, National Curriculum, exams School Influences on Participation National Curriculum - KS 3/KS4, differences, roles, opportunities to participate in different activities, Examination Courses / Related Qualifications, Extra Curricular Activities, Health Awareness, Sports Colleges- Sports Coordinators Pathways for involvement in Physical Exam courses, sports leaders, coaching, officiating,, volunteering, Activity LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department
  • 4. UNIT B453 - YEAR 11 TOPIC NOTES Done? DEVELOPING SKILLS, TECHNIQUES AND MOTIVATION The learning of skills through a range of Practice/rehearsal, Copying others, Trial methods & Error, Appropriate Role Models The importance of different types of Continuous Feedback, Terminal Feedback feedback Internal/Intrinsic Feedback, External/Extrinsic Feedback, Positive Feedback, Negative Feedback Motivation Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Knowledge of performance, Knowledge of results Goal Setting optimise performance, ensure exercise adherence, control anxiety, SMARTER DEVELOPING PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CAPACITY The development of the skeletal system Shape/support, Blood cell production; Protection., Movement/leverage and its role in physical activity Types of joint Freely Moveable, Fixed, Hinge, Ball and Socket, Glide, Pivot Ranges of movement that are allowed by Flexion , Extension , Rotation ,Abduction joints Adduction Structure of joints Ligament, Cartilage , Synovial fluid Associated problems with joints and how Inflammation of joints, Arthritis to avoid them through physical activity Osteoarthritis, supplements, weight/diet, impact and healthy lifestyles Understanding the muscular system in deltoids, trapezius, pectorals, biceps, triceps, latissimus dorsi, abdominals, relation to physical performance gluteals, quadriceps, hamstring, gastrocnemius The roles of muscle in movement Prime movers, Antagonist, Synergist Antagonistic pairs, concentric, eccentric, isometric, fast twitch, slow twitch LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department
  • 5. Done? TOPIC NOTES Role & Functions of Tendons/ligaments Bone to Bone, Muscle to Bone, stability, Soreness , Strain, Overuse, Inflammation, Tendonitis The effects of lactic acid Short term, fatigue, cramps, decline in performance Mental Preparation Relaxation , Focusing , Raising confidence, Visualisation, Meditation INFORMED DECISION MAKING USING THE PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING AND SAFE EXERCISE Short tem effects Respiratory rate, tidal volume and minute volume, heart rate, cardiac output and stroke volume, Muscle fatigue – Changes in blood-flow to muscles, vascular shunt mechanism. Long term effects Heart rate, stroke volume and cardiac output, Lung volumes and rate of recovery, Increase in strength of muscle fibers; hypertrophy; increased tolerance to lactic acid. Exercise and Training Principles SPORT FITT Definitions + examples of aerobic and Circuit training, Weight training, anaerobic exercise and training Plyometrics, Flexibility training Continuous training, Fartlek, Interval training. Potential hazards in different activities Team, individual, environmental, climate, surface How to minimize the risk of injury correct clothing/footwear, protective equipment, lifting and carrying, correct competition age, warm up/cool down LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department
  • 6. OPPORTUNITIES PATHWAYS AND PATHWAYS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Done? TOPIC NOTES Level of participation in sport and Media, National/International physical activity Campaigns, school, community, national, international Reasons for participation and non- Local and national provision – provision participation in physical activities and locally and nationally in different physical activities and impact on following an active, healthy lifestyle participation. The roles of the following in promoting participation/leading/officiating in physical activities: Local authority , Private enterprise Voluntary organisations (clubs), National organisations (National Governing Bodies), Olympic organisations (International Olympic Committee; British Olympic Association). Current Government initiatives QCA, PSHE, National Curriculum, specialist schools, Olympics, Governing bodies, lottery funding, Arts council The role school plays in increased Examination courses/related participation qualifications ,Extra curricular ,Links with clubs/agencies ,Health awareness programmes LA Chacksfield Physical Education Department

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