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Physical Education IA


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This is an IA concernig the physical education syllabus of 6th form first year

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Physical Education IA

  1. 1. Rationale The preferred sport of choice for the individual is Track and Field. My objectives are clear and precise as it relates to being a coach for this particular activity being taken place on the schoolground during a normal school day,involvement of students in this activity will help them to expound more rationally on the effects of the sport as well as a greater accumulation of knowledge which will aid them in enhancing their God given talents recognize the areas that they are weak in with the aid of the host.and A training program is organized for athletes to develop weak areas as it relates to their skills, endurance and strengths as well as to get them in the shape they ought to be in for competition, both mentally and physically. Rationale is the fundamental reason or reasons serving to account for something. An example of the word rationale is “the rationale for the law is that restaurants lose business because taco trucks can undercut their prices”. Duration: 1 year Age group: 15-16 Gender: male Date: August 3, 1996
  2. 2. Name:Duran Smith Date: March 10,2015 No. Of Students In Class: Duration: Gender: Males and Females Equipment: Whistle and cones Objectives: Psychomotor/Skill:  Accurately demonstrate the correct positioning in a race event at least 3 out of 5 times.  Accurately demonstrate the basic techniques for the stance or the “ready position” to the best of their abilities at least 4 out of 6 times.  Roll the disc off their index finger at least 4 out of 6 times.  Accurately demonstrate the position of both arms in the swing phase of throwing the disc.  Release the disc without wobbling at least 4 out of 6 tries. Cognitive:  State at least three points to remember when doing  Identify at least three components towards the starting of a race.
  3. 3. TIME ACTIVITY ORGANIZATION/INSTRUCTIONS TEACHING ACTIVITY COACHING POINTS 20 MINUTES Warm-Up Jogging Students will be required to run around a designated area thus completing two laps at 50% speed. At the sound of the whistle,the students will gradually come to a stop.