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  • This is a development of our Results Analysis Service. ResultsPlus Analysis is Free!As a result of listening to what you told us, we’re launching this ‘family’ of ResultsPlus services.Let’s start with some similarities in the family…Firstly, they’re all on-line – available through a simple log-in process from our websites.Secondly, they all complement our examinations processes – GCSEs and A-levels with EdexcelEach service also contributes to a central message: Understand more | Achieve moreAt Edexcel, we realise that the more you understand your students’ performance the better you can help them to achieve.The first three of these services – ResultsPlus Analysis… Skills… and Direct give you more information than ever before on the back of your GCSE and A-level results.And… (pause for maximum impact) they’re ABSOLUTELY FREE. All you have to do is register your staff and students to take advantage of them.(SPEAKER NOTE – If questioned “how’s it free?”. Answer is we’re only able to do this as a result of investment in technology in the marking process – EPEN. The investment was made to make marking more secure and more accurate. Because of how we mark, we get question-level information anyway. The information is just sitting there in our database. We discussed cost and how to charge at focus groups, but in the end, decided it should be a free service. IF PRESSED – say all we’re doing is IT development work to present database information into a user-friendly format – nothing to break the bank.)Results Plus Progress offers you a selection of diagnostic tests to help you understand students’ strengths and weaknesses BEFORE you take you exams with Edexcel. These will be paid-for tests, with prices very much guided by our discussions with a large number of head teachers and heads of department.
  • Here’s a typical school overview. YOU HAVE A COPY IN YOUR PACK – TIME TO FIND(give enough time for audience to take in the information)Straight away with this graphic you can see how your school performed, overall, for all EDEXCEL GCSEs.The top bar shows the proportion of each grade achieved out of all the GCSEs you took with EdexcelBelow this you can see, at-a-glance, the percentage of A*s and As and below that, the important benchmark of A* - C gradesThe line below helps you compare your school’s performance with the national cohort.The lower half of this screen has the ‘one click’ reports that we learned from our focus groups that you’d find most useful.(SPEAKER NOTE: There is a lot of information on this screen – take some time to point at the ‘one click’ reports and read out the titles of the reports. Reference the Improving Attainment and Personalised Learning section titles.)So… let’s see one of these reports: ‘Show me how the reports compare with last year’ (go to next slide)
  • This is the results analysis report for an individual student. FIND COPY IN YOUR PACK Here we can see: How many marks the student scored on each exam paperHow many marks the student scored on each questionThe overall grade a student achievedHere we see that Helen Mullholland achieved a strong C grade. (SPEAKER NOTE: Talk here around the supposed conversation a teacher might have with Helen at this stage…: If she was destined to get an A*, we can look at where Helen dropped marks and decided that it may be worth requesting a re-mark. If Helen was predicted a B, well, we can see that, in fact she achieved a strong C but fell rather short of the grade boundary for a B.)The gradeometer helps teachers and students make important decisions about ongoing study. Many schools for example, insist on a strong grade B in GCSE Maths as a prerequisite for doing AS Maths. This level of detail is now available and can be easily communicated to students and their parents.The colour coded bars below, help spot where the student dropped marks – where they might need to improve in a resit.
  • COPY IN YOUR PACKSo here we can see at the top of the screen (point to the tabs: Analysis, Exam Paper and Skills Map) that we’ve got these three tabs. At this group level, we’re looking at performance for Class 4B, Mrs Smith.We’ve seen what ResultsPlus Analysis looks like – performance at question level. Imagine now that we’ve clicked onto the Skills Map tab. The crucial difference with ResultsPlus Skills is this – immediate reference to the skill being tested by each question.This screen shows the skills overview, with scores displayed by Assessment Objective, and by Topic.These are shown as the score out of a maximum mark, and as a percentage. The national average scores for these areas are also shown in red for comparative purposes.Coloured shapes indicate if a student scored less than 35% on a topic (red), or between 35% and 70% (amber) or over 70% (green).Clicking on a topic gives more detail.
  • An excerpt of what student will see.Gradeometer – graphic displays how close student was to grades either side of the one they achievedWill also be provided with option to print a results statement and links to guidance on resits, remarks and progression (link to UCAS website)
  • As – A2 GCE Physical Education Power Point 19

    1. 1. AS – A2 GCE Physical Education A Guide to the new specification Professional Development and Training
    2. 2. Introduction • This specification, written by practicing teachers and examiners, offering a refreshing and innovative approach to the study of Physical Education (PE) and sport at advanced level. • The new specification draws on well established areas of study but also acknowledges the contemporary view of PE and sport. The on going development of PE and sport is a dynamic one and the challenge has been to ensure that this specification reflect this. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    3. 3. Process Satisfy Innovate Update Personalise Rationalise Review (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    4. 4. Personalise Key focus of the new spec The student is very much at the centre of study. Students are encouraged to review their current participation and performance in sport, to identify opportunities local and nationally for them to advance this participation and performance and to ultimately create a life plan linked to sport participation and health. Students will take the lead role in assessing their competence in their practical roles (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    5. 5. QCA Directives - reduction in modularity and assessment - meet workplace demands of C21st - prepare students to succeed at H.E. - coursework that can’t be plagiarised - no sports science - health agenda - PE should not just be about the performer - critical consumer (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    6. 6. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    7. 7. Our response Unit overview Unit Title Level Assessment Availability 1st Assessment AS/A2 GCE Method weighting weighting 1 Participation AS External June June 09 50% of 25% of in Sport & Recreation AS GCE 2 The Critical AS Internal June June 09 50% of 25% of Sports AS GCE Performer 3 Preparation A2 External June June 10 50% of 25% of for Optimum A2 GCE Sports Performance 4 The A2 Internal June June 10 50% of 25% of Developing A2 GCE Sports Performer (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    8. 8. Changes to Unit delivery 6 becomes 4 + No January exams Candidates can re-sit as many times as they want - best mark will carry forward Delivery Could offer 1 year AS transfer to A2 in YEAR 13 OR Two year course with all assessment at end of year 13 Or 2 year AS at level 2.5 (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    9. 9. GCE 2008 with Edexcel First teaching and awards First teaching new Advanced Subsidiary September 2008 First award of new Advanced Subsidiary Summer 2009 First teaching of new A2 specification September 2009 First award of new GCE A levels Summer 2010 Slide 9 GCE 2008 (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    10. 10. GCE 2008 – ResultsPlus - a suite of services •ResultsPlus | Analysis •ResultsPlus | Skills •ResultsPlus | Direct •ResultsPlus | Progress • - and all at the click of a button (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 Slide 10 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    11. 11. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    12. 12. ResultsPlus | Analysis helping teachers (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    13. 13. ResultsPlus | Skills (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
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    15. 15. ResultsPlus– what the student sees ResultsPlus can help you meet the needs of your students on results day by having immediate visibility of their examination performance, at your fingertips (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    16. 16. Epen Exam Papers •Answers restricted to space provided •Think about your answer •Does tend to prevent repeating the same point – help focus on marks available •Still room to plan •Importance of clear and legible writing (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
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    21. 21. What has gone ? • Skill acquisition • Pure ‘Biology’ aspects of training & fitness • Need to offer 2 sports • Desk study option • F.A.P. • Discrete unit/sports science strands • Teacher centred practical assessment • Essays (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    22. 22. GCE PE 2008 - Personalisation • The candidate is very much at the centre of the study – ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING • Candidates are encouraged to: • review their current participation and performance in activities • • identify opportunities to advance this participation locally and nationally • create a plan linked to participation and health. • Candidates take the lead role in assessing the practical components. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    23. 23. Psychology: Leadership, motivation • Skill Classifications - Analysis • Skill - Analysis • Ability - Analysis • Technique - Analysis • Teaching styles - Leader • Practice - Leader • Open/closed control - Leader • Transfer of learning - Leader • Phases of learning – Analysis / Leader • Information processing……interesting but what is it really/ • Schema theory…… Analysis • Reaction - Analysis • Response - Analysis • Movement time - Analysis (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    24. 24. The new Specification at a glance AS A2 Unit 1 Unit 3 Participation in Sport & Recreation Preparation for Optimum Sports Performance Externally assessed – June exam Externally assessed – June exam Old units 1 & 3 Old units 4 & 6 Unit 2 Unit 4 The Critical Sports Performer The Developing Sports Performer Internally assessed – 4 x coursework tasks Internally assessed – 4 x coursework tasks Old Unit 2 Old units 4 & 5 (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    25. 25. Edexcel’s GCE Physical Education – Identifying Pathways • Audit of candidate as they begin course in year 12 • What do you play/do? • What qualifications have you got? • What club links have you got? • Where do you participate? • Where are you on ‘the pathway’? • Where are you going? (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    26. 26. Unit 1: Participation in Sport and Recreation - Content • AS Compulsory Unit – Externally assessed • Unit has two sections: • Healthy and Active Lifestyles – considers what constitutes a healthy lifestyle. Opportunities and Pathways - considers how competitive sport has developed over time. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    27. 27. Unit 1: Participation in Sport and Recreation - Assessment AS Compulsory Unit – Externally Assessed • Assessment through 1 hour and 30 minute exam paper, that • is set and marked by Edexcel. • Format will be Question and Answer booklet. • All questions are compulsory. • Paper consists of short answer and extended writing type questions. • First examination in 2009. • Available in the summer of each examination series. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    28. 28. Unit 1: Participation in Sport and Recreation – in more depth • Developing the candidate's knowledge and understanding of what constitutes a healthy and active lifestyle. • • Candidates will investigate how the body responds and adapts to exercise, the components of physical and skill fitness and different methods of fitness training. • The rationale behind carrying out fitness assessments and the protocols associated with recognised fitness tests. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    29. 29. Externally assessed Unit 1 Participation in Sport and Recreation The first section will develop the student’s knowledge and understanding of what constitutes a healthy and active lifestyle. Students will investigate how the body responds and adapts to exercise, the components of physical and skill fitness and different methods of fitness training. The rationale behind carrying out fitness assessments and the protocols associated with recognised fitness tests will also be considered. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    30. 30. Unit 1 – A – Healthy & Active lifestyles Key concepts 2. Development of active leisure & recreation 3. Healthy lifestyles 4. Effects of exercise - responses and adaptations of the body systems 5. Fitness and training 6. Fitness assessment (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    31. 31. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area 1 Content T & L guidance Requirements for participation: Suggested 1-2 Fitness, ability, resources, time lessons to cover Concepts of recreation and active leisure: Philosophy of mass participation, sport Part of induction for all Contemporary concerns: Link to family and Obesity, coronary heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high peers cholesterol, metabolic syndrome, Press review and sedentary lifestyles, activity presentation patterns, ageing population, access, Detail in area 2 stress (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    32. 32. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 2 Differences, links, positive health Suggested 2 lessons Health, benefits (physical and psychological). to cover fitness and Physical – (energy expenditure) exercise: reduction in body fat; increased resting metabolic rate and/or Work on key terms – increased proportion of muscle mass; develop glossary reduced rates of mortality, CHD, obesity, reduce risk of osteoporosis, and help type II diabetes Link to Active management people survey – Current trends local stats Comparative cultures, eg USA, Finland, Japan FINLAND????? Project work (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    33. 33. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area 3 Content T & L guidance Energy intake, food groups, 2 lessons Nutrition and hydration, balance diet, food weight pyramid, cholesterol, dietary Food diary management: requirements for exercise Balanced lifestyle: Comparison of Energy balance (energy intake different athletes vs energy expenditure), work– diets – BBC Sports life balance, dealing with stress Academy (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    34. 34. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area 4 Content T & L guidance Effects of Physical maturation, decline in Suggested 1 lesson ageing: physical capability to cover (cardiovascular fitness muscular strength, lung Produce graph – function, resting metabolic visual time line rate, osteoporosis, flexibility) Link to health Lifestyles – reformative Help the Aged = Ageing well (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    35. 35. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area 5 Content T & L guidance Effects of Muscular-skeletal system: Suggested 10 exercise - Responses (fibre recruitment, lessons to cover responses and force production,metabolism) adaptations of Adaptations (increase fibre the size, increase force production body systems Increase metabolic energy PART 1 supply) Cardiovascular: Responses (> SV, HR, Q, redistribution of blood flow to working muscle) Adaptations (increase in size of heart, SV, Q and capillaries) (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    36. 36. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area 6 Content T & L guidance Effects of Respiratory: Suggested 10 exercise - Responses (Increased rate and lessons to cover responses and depth of breathing, increased adaptations gas exchange) of the Adaptations (improvs in respiratory muscle perfor.) body systems Neuro-muscular: PART 2 Responses (increased number of muscle fibres recruited,increase in rate of fibre recruitment) Adaptations (improved co- ordination, increases in force production and rate of force production, increase in speed) (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    37. 37. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 7 Components of physical fitness: Suggested 2 lessons Fitness and Speed, strength, endurance (aerobic, to cover training muscular), flexibility, composition PART 1 Components of skill fitness: Work on key terms – Coordination, balance, agility, develop glossary reaction time, power, endurance (local muscle, Link to Unit 2 cardiovascular, strength) fitness types (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    38. 38. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 8 Methods of fitness training: Suggested 2 lessons Aerobic/anaerobic training, continuous, to cover Fitness and interval, power,circuit/weight/resistance training training, speed, fartlek, cross training, core PART 2 stability, plyometrics, SAQ (speed, agility, quickness), stretching (static, ballistic, dynamic, proprioceptive neuromuscular Work on key terms – facilitation - PNF) develop glossary Principles of training: FITT, duration, recovery Application of fitness and training/overtraining Appropriateness of programmes to differing Project work clients: Young and old, trained and untrained, active and sedentary, healthy and unhealthy (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    39. 39. Unit 1a In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 9 Rationale of assessment: Suggested 2 lessons Fitness Maximal v sub-maximal tests, reasons to cover assessment for testing/use of tests for assessment of fitness, limitations, validity and reliability, using Work on key terms – develop glossary Technology to assess fitness Protocols of recognised fitness tests: Healthy school week Application, understanding, Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire Staff MOT’s (PARQ), tests for different components of fitness, eg strength, power,speed, flexibility, endurance, body composition (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    40. 40. B, Opportunities & pathways The second section encourages the student to develop their knowledge and understanding of how competitive sport has developed over time They will learn how a lifelong involvement in sport is encouraged. Key concepts Sporting Traditional World Class Talent ID pyramid pathways Programme Lifetime Constraints on Target groups LTAD Sport performance & reforms (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    41. 41. Unit 1 – B Opportunities & Pathways Key Concepts 2. The development of competitive sport 3. Performance pathways 4. Lifelong involvement 5. Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    42. 42. Survey Surveyed 360,0000 people Survey – cost £5.5 million Results • Only 20% of Pop do 3x30 a week • Only 6.3% do daily exercise • 50.6% adults do no exercise (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    43. 43. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 1 Festivals of sport: Suggested 8 lessons The Ancient, modern, popular to cover development recreations, the modern Olympic of games,international sports festivals competitive Emergence of ‘rational sport’ as a Work on key terms – sport product of the Industrial Revolution: develop glossary Codification (reason, need, process), development of national governing Time line bodies, role of Oxbridge, export of the games ethic Sports study 20th century: Development of professional and Local examples international sport, ‘Spectatorism’, sport(s) as a business, rise of the (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd ‘sports star’
    44. 44. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 2 21st century: Suggested 6 lessons The Globalisation of sport, Olympic case to cover development study, increase in commercialism of andmedia influence, sponsorship, competitive advertisement and endorsement (eg Mini Olympics sport review problems of Montreal games followed Issues by ‘Hamburger games’ of 1984), News reporting ‘Americanisation’, TV (influence of/on sport, impact of non-terrestrial networks) Examples Deviance in sport: Sportsmanship, gamesmanship, performance enhancing drugs, role of (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 WADA future developments, (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    45. 45. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 3 Sporting pyramid: Suggested 2 lessons Performance Concept, how the base and peak to cover pathways interlink, difference between participation and performance Levels (foundation, participation, Link to local & national Study competition, elite), link to learning and development of skills as well as increasing training and support needs The roles of key UK agencies (Youth Application to own Sports Trust, UK Sport, SportEngland, sports pyramid inmanaging the pyramid in the UK (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    46. 46. Current Situation 2004 - 80% of medal winners come from Private Schools = only 7% of population 50% over time (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd Matthew Pinsent Old Etonian
    47. 47. Current situation 100,000 full time sports scholarships per year 700 full time scholarships per year Average yearly commitment to elite sport Great Britain £ 63 million Italy £100 million (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 France (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd £136million
    48. 48. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 4 Traditional pathways: Suggested 3 lessons Performance Role of schools, universities, clubs, to cover pathways sports colleges Current models: National Framework for Sport, Game Link to local & Plan, A sports future for all, UKSI national Study network, sports search programmes Talent Identification: Concept, history of talent development in East Germany and Visit to ‘local’ UKSI Australia,UKSI and NGB talent identification schemes in the UK Talent Development: Schools Games, World Class (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 Programme TASS,AASE (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    49. 49. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 5 Concepts (sport for all, mass Suggested 3 lessons Lifelong participation, lifetime sports, to cover involvement leadership and volunteering programmes), SportEngland’s participation segments Link to local & national Study benefits of increased participation Constraints on participation: Opportunity, provision, esteem, cost, time, resources, geographical, Develop marketing pressure campaign for a Target groups: target group Definition, groups (gender, race, age, socio-economic background) (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    50. 50. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area Content T & L guidance 6 Role of sports councils, eg Making Suggested 3 lessons Reformative England Active, multi-sport hubs, to cover policies active places initiative, public service agreements Link to local & Work of specialist agencies, eg national Study Women’s Sports foundation, Federation of English Disability Sport, Disabled sport Kick It Out activity Concessions, programming, local schemes, school and county sports Local examples partnerships (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    51. 51. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area 7 Content T & L guidance Private gyms and health clubs, Suggested 2 lessons Technical fashion and activity, role of media, to cover Developemnts and technology linked to access, cultural adrenaline and adventure sports, Link to local & trends: national Study impact of 2012 Olympic Games Local examples (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    52. 52. Unit 1b In detail Topic Area 8 Content T & L guidance Philosophy, models (eg elite, Suggested 2 lessons LTAD retention), reasons for LTAD to cover review of current models, link to current sports models in the UK Early and Late Specialisation Link to local & (‘FUNdamentals’, learning to train, national Study training to train, training to compete, training to win, retirement and Personal sports retainment examples (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    53. 53. Impact ? Sport England invested £2billion on raising participation 1994-2004 Led to a 0.3% rise in participation Conclusion a need to change attitudes not money In 1957 the Wolfenden Report identified that 60% of young people dropped out of sport at 16 - the figure in 2007 was 75%!!! (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    54. 54. Is there any hope? School Sport up by 60% (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    55. 55. Learn from others • Finland – 70% participation – Government campaign + Employee incentive paid more if you don’t smoke and are physically active • Australia – 60 % - Daily PE at primary schools (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    56. 56. Internally assessed Unit 2 – The Critical Sports Performer The fundamental ethos for this unit is to engage participants in four tasks. This establishes a framework of opportunities to develop practical experiences and conduct independent research into the structure, provision and analysis of sport and physical activity. 1 sport – 2 roles Performer/leader/official (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    57. 57. Evidence of performance • Video evidence • Testimonials • NGB accreditation/Ranking • Participation Log – Log book Record of achievement • Staff Assessment • Audio file – interview Needs evidence of a minimum of 8 weeks of active involvement (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    58. 58. Links • Step into Sport • Sports leaders UK • County Sport Partnerships • School Sports Partnerships • TOP Link Festivals • NGB Development Programmes (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    59. 59. Internally assessed Unit 2 – The Critical Sports Performer The four tasks: 2. Assess own performance of 1 role in 1 sport 4. Assess own performance of one other role in 1 sport 6. Local review of sport (3 roles) national review of sport (1 role) 8. Observational analysis of 1 role (5 tasks) (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    60. 60. Unit 2 – the tasks Task 2.1 (Personal Performance) requires students to participate in two personal roles from a choice of three (player, leader and official). This task is designed to develop their own practical performances as players, leaders or officials. This task is marked out of 30. Students will present (with teacher aid) evidence to justify a performance mark – this will be presented on a CD Rom and moderated remotely (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    61. 61. Unit 2 – the tasks Local and National Assignment Task 2.2 (Local Study) requires students to undertake independent research into the provision (access, opportunities, funding, resources), locally, for one sport is at least one of their chosen roles. This task is marked out of15. Task 2.3 (National Study) builds on Task 2.2 by extending a student’s opportunities to research the national provision, at elite levels, in at least one of their chosen roles. This task is marked out of 15. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    62. 62. Unit 2 – the tasks Task 2.4 (Performance Analysis) draws heavily on Task 2.1, requiring students to research the methodology and applied processes intrinsic to the completion of an analysis of performance. This analysis can be in either of the student’s two selected practical performances. While reflective in nature it is envisaged that the skills and understanding learned will provide for further student development. This task is marked out of 30. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    63. 63. Externally assessed Unit 3: Preparation for Optimum Sports Performance Students will develop a knowledge and understanding of the short and long term physiological and psychological preparations made by elite athletes. They will consider the short and long term technical preparations required eg selection of appropriate kit and equipment, the use of training camps, different types of ergonomic aids. (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    64. 64. Preparation for Optimum Sports Performance Unit 3 part A - Short Term preparation Physiological Technical - warm up - Kit & equipment - energy sources - acclimatisation - Ergogenic aids - Use of holding camps & pre game ritual Psychological - motivation & stress control Fatigue & Recovery - Strategies - fatigue - External influences - recovery (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd Externally assessed
    65. 65. Preparation for Optimum Sports Performance Unit 3 – section A – Long Term preparation Physiological - long term adaptations linked to training method Psychological - goal setting and mental training - motivation - skill development and tactics Technical CA.D - mechanical Managing elite performance Global - - Centres of excellence study - - Technical support (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd Externally assessed
    66. 66. England v. Holland the penalty shoot out • England 17% success in penalty shootouts…..1-6 • Holland 20% success in penalty shootouts……1-5 • Germans best with 83% success rate…………..5-6 • Holland – all teams from the age of 6 upwards regardless of the result have to finish every game with a penalty shootout…… • Denmark all teams play the same formation school to national sides…. • WHY? (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    67. 67. Unit 3 – Section C Managing elite performance Centres of excellence - History and development of elite support: Overview of different systems (East German, Australian, USA, UK) - Support roles and finance, Lottery funding/academies/training camps, training for an Olympic Games: - Needs of elite athletes, benefits of academy model Technical support - The role of technology in training analysis, enhancement and evaluation for sporting performance - The concept of sports science and support - The role of national agencies, both sporting and political, in athlete preparation (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd Externally assessed
    68. 68. Unit 4 - The Developing Sports Performer • Task 1 - Development Plan requires students to plan, research, perform, record, review and evaluate a development plan, for one of the roles taken for unit 2.1 /45 marks • Task 2 – International study expanding on Task 2.2: Local Study and Task 2.3: National Study, a knowledge and understanding of the opportunities and provisions for mass participation and elite development in another nation. /15 marks • Task 3 - Progressive Participation continued participation in one chosen role and through progressive practices and competition refine this performance. /20 marks • Task 4 - Life plan write a ‘Life Plan’, the development of which requires independent research into their own opportunities for participation. / 10 marks (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    69. 69. Development plan Development plan become an extention of the current PEP Students will be required to plan, research, perform, record, review and evaluate a sports related development plan. ( at least 8 weeks) Students are encouraged to include testimonial evidence, video and photographic evidence and log details in order to validate the plan. Performer/leader/official (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    70. 70. Life plan - • Students will be required in their own chosen role to detail a life plan that traces their own development from the outset of the AS course to the potential opportunities and performance structure open to them, thereby outlining a ‘time line’, - through school, college, university, club, veterans and future roles. • Students may wish to consider a change of roles to accommodate injury, ageing and life style developments. • Students will be able to detail their aspirations and the opportunities and barriers to long term performer involvement. Performer/leader/official (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    71. 71. Resources • E Spec - complete specification - Unit overviews for teachers - Student overview - Delivery suggestions and schemes - Sample Assessment Material including exemplars - Glossary - (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    72. 72. Resources A level Book and teachers Guide -electronic Text book - including powerpoint overviews for all unit topics - exam style questions with mark schemes and examiner commentary - Suggested tasks and workshops - Web based support (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    73. 73. Challenges • Teaching and assessing old and new spec for 1 year • Supporting students to prepare for assessment • Planning delivery of units/topics (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    74. 74. AS delivery 3 strands T&F SOCIAL 3. Healthy lifestyles 3. The development of competitive sport 4. Effects of exercise - responses and 4. Performance pathways adaptations of the body systems 5. Lifelong involvement 5. Fitness and training 6. Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) 6. Fitness assessment Practical & Coursework (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd
    75. 75. A2 Delivery Short term Long term Elite athlete New Spec delivery Delivery Support Development & International Practical life plans study Traditional Physiology Psychology Global Practical Short & Long Short & Long Elite sport Mechanical Term prep Term prep support prep Development Life plan International Progressive Plan support Participation (5??/???) Professional Development and Training from Edexcel - Issue 1 (Insert month) 2006 © copyright Edexcel Ltd

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