GCSE PE - New Specification

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  • Link to Activities A B C on page 38 (activity areas have changed) and D & E page 39 in the specs (National Curriculum)
  • Explain what is meant by informal supervision – present in the room when the performance/written task is taking place Informal supervision ensures that plagiarism does not occur. The student’s work is his/her own work Limited guidance – no teaching /coaching/suggestions for improvement/advise on how to approach the task – The teacher can answer questions to explain the format of a drill or a given instruction
  • Activities chosen to be shown in the role of an official must allow candidates to fulfill the criteria
  • a number of different assessed tasks could be set, as appropriate, depending on the activity and level of ability of the student. Task Taking lists possible options
  • a number of different assessed performances may be appropriate, depending on the activity
  • A of P choice of activity must be one of activities to be performed in the role of player/participant PEP does not have to be the same activity as the one chosen for 1-4 of A of P but it still has to be written for one of the chosen activities in role of player/participant See A of P example of a powerpoint presentation in the teacher’s guide
  • Explain that the PEP must be written up and completed, under supervision, in school time. If students choose a written format for 1-4 this must also be written up, under supervision, in school time The question & answer session similar to an oral test
  • All PEPs, powerpoint presentations, and written reports to be handed in for marking and then kept by the Centre for purposes of moderation. The exemplar material link is same as the one on slide 10 – If used again you could say that on the following pages 3 examples are shown to cover 3 levels of ability.
  • Will need to have Exam Wizard ready to demonstrate
  • Click on results plus for Agility sheet for demo Click on Student Guide for page on e-spec
  • GCSE PE - New Specification

    1. 1. GCSE 2009- Delivering the newspecification in September 2009Physical Education
    2. 2. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE OVERVIEW GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE UNIT 1 UNIT 2.1 UNIT 2.2Theory of PE Practical Activities Analysis of Performance 1 X 80 4 X 10 1 x 20 40% 48% 12%
    3. 3. GCSE 2009 FULL COURSEUNIT 1 The Theory of Physical Education * 10 multi choice questions * short answer questions * 3 scenario questions Total = 80 marks = 40%
    4. 4. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSEUNIT 2.1. Controlled assessment Practical Activities * 4 to be offered * at least 2 must be as Player /Participant * Activities must be chosen from 2 different areas * may select Leader and /or Official as an activity 4 X 10 = 40 = 48%
    5. 5. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSEUNIT 2.2. Controlled Assessment Analysis of Performance * Rules, regulations and terminology 4 marks * Observe and analyse performance 4 marks * Evaluate performance 4 marks * Plan strategies, tactics and practices 4 marks * Plan a Personal Exercise Programme 4 marks Total = 20 marks = 12%
    6. 6. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSE OVERVIEW GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSE UNIT 1 UNIT 2.1 UNIT 2.2Theory of PE Practical Activities Analysis of Performance 1 x 40 2 x 10 1 x 20 40% 48% 12%
    7. 7. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSEUNIT 1 The Theory of Physical Education Written paper * Mainly multi choice questions * Short answer questions * Longer answer questions Total = 40 marks =40%
    8. 8. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSEUNIT 2.1 Controlled assessment Practical Activities * 2 to be offered * at least 1 must be as Player /Participant * Activities must be chosen from 2 different areas * may select Leader and /or Official as an activity 2 X 10 = 20 = 48%
    9. 9. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSEUNIT 2.2 Controlled Assessment Analysis of Performance * Rules, regulations and terminology 4 marks * Observe and analyse performance 4 marks * Evaluate performance 4 marks * Plan strategies, tactics and practices 4 marks * Plan a Personal Exercise Programme 4 marks Total = 20 marks = 12%
    10. 10. WHAT HAS CHANGED ? Current Specification New Specifications• Paper 1 Factors affecting Unit 1 The Theory of Physical performance Education• Sections A B and C 1.1 Healthy Active Lifestyles 1-2 Your Healthy Active Body * some rearrangement of material in these sections• NEW Social aspects - Introduced to meet QCA criteria
    11. 11. WHAT HAS CHANGED?• Principles of training Thresholds of training and Moderation have been replaced with REST and RECOVERY Overload and Progression have now become PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD• FITNESS TESTING added
    12. 12. WHAT HAS CHANGED ?• Your personal health Link between diet, work and and well being rest and their influence on personal health and well being• Physical activity and your healthy mind and body ANOREXIC added EPO added PAR-Q added
    13. 13. WHAT HAS CHANGED? A healthy active lifestyle and your:• Cardio vascular system• Respiratory system• Muscular system• Skeletal system * Immediate effects of exercise and the effects of regular training and exercise * Long term benefits of exercise on each of the above body systems
    14. 14. WHAT HAS CHANGED ?• Muscular system What happens when we exercise ?• What are the long term benefits of regular• exercise for the four body systems ?• Skeletal system *Fractures, joint injuries, golfer and tennis elbow and RICE treatment included
    15. 15. WHAT HAS CHANGED? - PRACTICAL• Activity areas have changed in line with the revised National Curriculum• Greater range of practical activities• Some activities have moved areas• Inclusion of new activities such as amateur boxing and tae kwon do• Exercising safely – a distinct activity group• Exercise includes yoga, Pilates, boxercise, body pump and interval training• Students can offer practical performances as a Leader and/ or Official• Only one practical mark. Students assessed under controlled conditions
    16. 16. WHAT HAS CHANGED? ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE• Criteria Rules, regulations and terminology Observe a Performance Evaluate a performance Plan strategies, tactics and practices (here) Plan a Personal Exercise Programme• Students must produce work under controlled conditions• Choice of presentation format can be used PowerPoint, written, interview
    17. 17. Controlled Assessment• Unit 2 – Performances and Analysis of PerformanceTask taken during Curriculum Time under supervision Coursework Estimated mark (2A) Mark Controlled Practical exam Assessmen (2C) t Analysis of 3 Possible Performance Formats (2B)
    18. 18. Controlled Assessment• Task Setting – set by Edexcel, Centre adapts• Task Taking – informal supervision/limited guidance• Task Marking – Controlled Assessment Guide (available from website)
    19. 19. Controlled Assessment - Player/Participant Identical to the present practical examTask settingEnable students to demonstrate skills, knowledge and understanding• developing competence as a performer• Selecting/applying tactics, strategies, compositional ideaTask taking• practices/drills/competitive situations set up• No coaching/teaching allowed during assessed performanceTask marking• All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using assessment criteria specific to each activity
    20. 20. Controlled Assessment – Official Possible Activities• Official plays an active role/part in the progress/control of the activity • Needs to have a competitive element For example Group A - outwitting opponents Group D – performing at max level
    21. 21. Controlled Assessment – OfficialTasks must allow students to:• Show knowledge & understanding of the of conduct• Take an active part as an official, taking control of a match/tournament/event• Demonstrate effective officiating skillsWhere appropriate, all roles of officiating need to be included in the assessed performance(s) Eg - Cricket umpire & scorer Tennis umpire & line judge Football referee & referee’s assistant
    22. 22. Controlled Assessment – OfficialTask taking• A relevant National Governing Body Award• Officiating at a school/club match• Controlling/managing an official school/club event/tournament• Teacher support not permitted unless required for Health/Safety reasons.Task marking• All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using the assessment criteria (page 33 in the ‘specs’)• Evidence must include a ‘log’• Teacher/assessor present for all assessed performances OR• Suitable, clear evidence must be made available
    23. 23. Controlled Assessment – LeaderTasks must allow students to:• Demonstrate effective leadership skills• Take responsibility for An individualthe preparation/training of or An activity teamfor A competitive situation An event A performance• Support players/participants in the performance of an activity
    24. 24. Controlled Assessment – LeaderTask taking –• A relevant National Governing Body Award www.bst.org.uk/Home/Content.aspx?PageID=canUsefulLink• Plan, prepare and support players/participants in a• training session/match/event/expedition• Teacher support not permittedin the assessed performance(s)unless required for Health/Safety reasons.
    25. 25. Controlled Assessment – LeaderTask marking• All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using the assessment criteria (page 36 in the specs)• Evidence must include a ‘log’• Teacher/assessor must be present for all assessed performances OR• Suitable, clear evidence must be made available
    26. 26. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of PerformanceTask setting Components 1-4 Possible Formats Rules and regulations Question and Answer Session Observe and analyse A written Report Evaluation Plan for improvement A presentation Component 5 Personal Exercise Written Format Programme
    27. 27. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of PerformanceTask Taking• Preparation without direct supervision match analysis observation notes on a performance sourcing a video clip for analysis• Feedback permitted in preparation practice Q & A sessions planning training/drills• Final assessed performance MUST BE In school limited supervision
    28. 28. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of PerformanceTask Marking• Teacher/assessor to mark each component using assessment criteria (See pages 46-48 in the specification)• Quality of Written Communication (QWC)• PEPs Written tasks, Presentations marks recorded• Work retained by centre• Exemplar material (Page 39 – Teacher’s Guide)
    29. 29. Assessment Implications Player/Participant• End of teaching each activity – estimate mark• Final assessment performances to take place in Feb – early May of exam year. (same as present final practical exam)• Estimated marks submitted to Moderator• Moderation Day (same process as now)
    30. 30. Assessment Implications Leader/Official A similar process to the moderation of the present A of P• Assessed performances to be completed BEFORE the Moderation Day• Final marks to be submitted to the Moderator• A sample of students will be chosen to show their work: their log book practical demonstration of their skills NGB certificate
    31. 31. Assessment Implications – Analysis of Performance A similar process to the moderation of the present A of P• Assessed performances to be completed BEFORE the Moderation Day• Final marks submitted to Moderator• A sample of students will be chosen to show their work according to chosen format: Q & A Session » Written Report Presentation AND PEPThe controlled assessment record sheet to be attached
    32. 32. RESOURCES AVAILABLE• Controlled Assessment Guide -Available on web site. Contains details of assessment criteria for practical activities• Active teach and student book -Available summer 2009 Contains Lesson plans, work sheets, electronic version of student book, student resources and is interactive• Teachers File -Available from the CD. contains lesson plans• Exam Wizard -Available from EDEXCEL www.edexcel.org.uk/examwizard -Allows teachers to create exam papers/tests on specific topics• Exemplar material -Available on the web site from Sept 2009
    33. 33. • Results Plus -Allows you to analyse your students responses to the written exam. Gives examiners comments on answers to questions www.edexcel.com/resultsplus• Student Guide -Available on the e-spec. Can be customised for your own centre to promote GCSE PE take up for detail for students• Ask the expert -Available on line to answer any queries you may have• email alerts -Sign up to receive emails to keep you informed of current developments• Dedicated PE Team -Direct telephone line with specialist personnel to answer you queries 0844 576 0036
    34. 34. Thank you fortaking part today

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