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  1. 1. Questions - Starter<br />1) What negative affect can overload have on the body? 1 mark<br />Injury<br />2) What is reversibility? 1 mark <br />Fitness lost, quicker than it can be gained<br />3) What does the acronym SPORT stand for? 5 marks<br />Specificity, Progression, Overload, Reversibility, Type<br />4) What does the acronym FIT stand for? 3 marks<br />Frequency, intensity, time<br />5) How do you work out your maximum heart rate? 2 marks<br />220 – age = MHR<br />A* = 11 -12<br />A = 9-10<br />B = 7-8<br />C = 5 -6<br />D = 3 – 4<br />E = 1 -2<br />Total … / 12<br />
  2. 2. Pre Released Scenario- AQA<br />Revision Session 3<br />Sport Technology<br />Learning Objective:<br /><ul><li>Consider how science, through advances in technology has improved the level of sport.</li></ul>Success Criteria<br /><ul><li>To be able to achieve my target grade in exam style questions.</li></ul>My personal learning objective is: to get a grade………… by getting ……… /16 in the practice exam questions<br />
  3. 3. Think about Equipment, events, digital images and ICT.<br />Also think about Rachel and the sports she takes part in.<br />In your groups using the paper on the table, brainstorm everything you know about Sports technology<br />
  4. 4. Man – Made Fibres –<br /><ul><li>Keep performers warm
  5. 5. Help prevent injury
  6. 6. Swimmer are seen to go faster</li></ul>Safety Equipment – <br /><ul><li>Stronger and lighter
  7. 7. Shin pads, head guards etc. offer protection and keep movement free.
  8. 8. Specialist footwear for certain sports e.g. football boots</li></ul>Sports Technology<br />Developments of Equipment<br />Development of Graphite –<br /><ul><li>Rackets, clubs and poles for vaulting allows performers to hit harder and stronger and jump higher.</li></ul>Landing areas –<br /><ul><li>Rubber and foam mats to prevent injury in athletics and gymnastics.</li></li></ul><li>Starting Pistols –<br /><ul><li>Connected to timing devices in athletic and swimming events</li></ul>Touch pads –<br /><ul><li>On swimming pool walls to record finishing times and positions in races.</li></ul>Sports Technology<br />Developments of Events<br />Trigonometry –<br /><ul><li>Measuring the distance of throwing events using a computer rather than a tape measure. Much quicker and more accurate</li></ul>Recording sensors –<br /><ul><li>Fitted to shoes tells the officials via the computer where the competitor is in a race or if they have followed the wrong route – cross country / marathons </li></li></ul><li>Cameras –<br /><ul><li>Can show if the ball is in or out.
  9. 9. Can provide instant feedback to help officials make a decision, or for training purposes.
  10. 10. Photo finish in running events</li></ul>Large Screens –<br /><ul><li>Provides spectators with better viewing.
  11. 11. Instant display of results.</li></ul>Sports Technology<br />Developments of Digital Images<br />Replays –<br /><ul><li>Can often call into question the decision of the official e.g. football
  12. 12. Can undermine their ability to be an official.
  13. 13. Can reduce the confidence of the officials.</li></li></ul><li>Monitors –<br /><ul><li>Can be used to measure heart rate for training zones
  14. 14. Can be used to measure power</li></ul>Computer programmes –<br /><ul><li>Help to track individuals and team performances
  15. 15. Hawks eye can predict the flight of the ball e.g. tennis and cricket</li></ul>Sports Technology<br />Developments of ICT<br />Visual analysis – <br /><ul><li>The use of play back to establish an analysis of movement patterns.
  16. 16. Can help an individual refine their skills</li></li></ul><li>Exam Questions<br />Rachel is interested in sports technology. Describe how technology has advanced in the sports that she takes part in. (8 marks)<br />Rachel is interested in sports technology. What positive technological advances have taken place over the years to make sport more interesting? Give Examples (8 marks)<br />Total / 16<br />14 – 16 = A*<br />12 – 13 = A<br />10 – 11 = B<br />8 – 9 = C<br />6 – 7 = D<br />4 – 5 = E<br />2 – 3 = F<br />
  17. 17. Rachel is interested in sports technology. Describe how technology has advanced in the sports that she takes part in. (8 marks)<br /><ul><li>Have you mention:
  18. 18. Man made fibres – swimming costumes are now made with a material that make a swimmer faster – streamlined .
  19. 19. Touch pads – on the walls of swimming pools to get the position and time of the swimmer.
  20. 20. Starters – they are now connected to timers so the time is right in swimming.
  21. 21. Recording sensor – in the trainers of runners so they can be tracked what position they are or if they have gone off route.
  22. 22. Safety equipment – shin pads and football boots are designed for safety without hindering on movement</li></li></ul><li>2. Rachel is interested in sports technology. What positive technological advances have taken place over the years to make sport more interesting? Give examples (8 marks)<br />Have you mentioned:<br /><ul><li>Hawks eyes in cricket and tennis can see the flight of the ball
  23. 23. Cameras – photo finish
  24. 24. Cameras – try line technology for replay in rugby
  25. 25. Graphite – for more power and speed in golf and tennis
  26. 26. Man made fibres – to keep performers warm or cool
  27. 27. Replays – instant feedback – football
  28. 28. Visual analysis – can perfect skills – gymnastics
  29. 29. Screens – better viewing for spectators – football and rugby
  30. 30. Safety equipment – cricket pads that don’t hinder movement
  31. 31. Landing areas – in gymnastics to prevent injury.</li></li></ul><li>Peer Assessment<br />14 – 16 = A*<br />12 – 13 = A<br />10 – 11 = B<br />8 – 9 = C<br />6 – 7 = D<br />4 – 5 = E<br />2 – 3 = F<br />Feedback:<br />WWW. What went well?<br />EBI. Even better if?<br />I have / haven’t achieved my P.L.O because….<br />

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