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  • 1. ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Curriculum Area Sport Student Name Course Level /Name Level 3 – BTEC National Unit No./ Title Unit 1 – Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport Assessment No./ Title Assignment 1 – Structure and Function of Skeletal System Tutor Name Sam Green / Phil Taylor / Mark Fagan Issue Date Submission Date Re-submission Date(s)I declare that this assessment is entirely my own work. Signed…………………………………...................When you have completed tasks you should consider the following:How do you think you have done in the assignment?Using the assessment criteria grid that you have already been issued please highlight where you feelyou have met each criteria within the assignment. For example where you think you have met thecriteria for P1 and so on. My Target Grade is P1 / P2 (delete as appropriate) Pass Assessed Achieved Merit Assessed Achieved Distinction Assessed Achieved P1 N/A N/A P2 N/A N/APre IV / Signature / DateTutor /Signature / DateIV / Signature / DateGrade Verified Yes / No
  • 2. Learning Outcomes Outcome 1 – Know the structure and function of the skeletal systemGrading GuidanceFor all the identified grading criteria you will need to:Pass CriteriaP1 Describe the structure and function of the skeletal systemP2 Describe the different classifications of joints
  • 3. Scenario The 206 bones that make up the human skeleton are specifically designed to provide several functions which are essential for participation in physical activity. To understand how the body performs at all levels of sports activity, it is necessary to know the structure and functions of the skeletal system. In your role as a sports scientist you are to provide information that indicates the importance of this system in relation to movement within sporting activity.TASKSTask 1Insert labels for all of the highlighted bones in the diagrams below (Pass 1)Task 2On the diagram of the skeleton in task 1 highlight the axial and appendicular skeleton in a different colour.You must then describe the function of each system e.g. support, blood cell production etc (Pass 1)
  • 4. Task 3Complete the table with details of the 3 classifications of joint within the body, give examples of these jointsand discuss the amount of movement that is available at each one (Pass 2) Classification/ Structure/shape of the Movement allowed at Examples of type of joint joint joint joint within the body TIP: To describe you should try and paint a picture in words to the reader. It is useful to always think that the reader of your script knows nothing and therefore you have to teach the reader the knowledge that you have on paper. Remember that one classification of joint has 6 types of joint within it. Ensure you cover all the key features of the point that your are describing