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1.1.2 Lesson 5 - resources, health & wellbeing, socio-economic, sports pyramid

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1.1.2 Lesson 5 - resources, health & wellbeing, socio-economic, sports pyramid

  1. 1. GCSE PE<br />Topic 1.1.2 : Influences on taking part<br />
  2. 2. Starter Question<br />Tom and Jerry are taking GCSE PE because they enjoy all of the activities. Since they were very young they have been influenced in the sports they like by others. Explain 3 ways in that they could be influenced by people into taking part in sport. (3 marks)<br />
  3. 3. Objectives:<br />By the end of today’s lesson you should be able to:<br /><ul><li> To explain the impact that resources, health & well being and socio-economic factors have on your involvement in physical activity
  4. 4. Understand the different roles available within sport
  5. 5. Explain the 4 levels to the sports participation pyramid</li></li></ul><li>Resources<br />Availability<br />Suitable facilities and resources must be available<br />Location<br />Local provision for activities<br />Access<br />Facilities are easily accessible – road, bike, foot, parking<br />Time<br />Opening times – evenings/weekends/holidays<br />
  6. 6. Health and wellbeing<br />Illness and health problems<br />Illness or injury can prevent you from training or playing sport. Short-term illness (e.g. a cold) can prevent you from training and the principle of reversibility can begin to take effect.<br /> <br />Long-term illness or injury can make exercising difficult and can cause problems with fitness levels and weight management.<br />Professional sports players can often suffer from psychological problems when they are injured as they may get dropped from their team or lose their fitness levels. Doctors or physiotherapists should always be consulted if an individual is unsure whether to exercise due to illness.<br />
  7. 7. Health and wellbeing<br />Illness and health problems<br />With the person next to you, think of as many different illnesses and health problems that could affect participation in sport.<br />Us the box provided in Task 17 to write up your results and include an explanation why.<br />Common ones include:<br />Asthma<br />High blood pressure<br />Heart disease<br />Diabetes<br />Epilepsy<br />
  8. 8. Socio-economic<br />Cost<br />Most activities have some cost associated with them.<br />Hire of facilities<br />Lessons<br />Equipment<br />Footwear / clothing<br />
  9. 9. Socio-economic<br />Status<br />Relates to a persons current situation and position in society :<br />Working<br />Unemployed<br />Student<br />This all relates to cost and time.<br />
  10. 10. Socio-economic<br />Football<br />Registration £20<br />Match Fees £3<br />Boots and shin pads £30 - £130<br />Total = £53 - £153<br />Hockey<br />Registration £140<br />Match Fees £160<br />Astro trainers and shin pads £80<br />Hockey stick £95<br />Gum shield £25<br />Shirts £52<br />Total = £552<br />
  11. 11. Socio-economic<br />Golf<br />Club membership approx £800<br />Clubs £600<br />Clothing £100<br />Shoes £50<br />Insurance £35<br />Total = £1585<br />
  12. 12. Opportunities for getting involved in sport<br />What ways can you get involved in sport?<br />Write as many as you can think of under Task 19 on page 20 of your booklet.<br />Participant<br />Teaching<br />Coaching<br />Officiating<br />Volunteering<br />
  13. 13. Sports participation pyramid<br />This involves a model that shows different levels at which people can develop their sporting skills<br />It is aimed to show progression through the following levels:<br />Foundation<br />Participation<br />Performance<br />Excellence<br />EXCELLENCE<br />PERFORMANCE<br />PARTICIPATION<br />FOUNDATION<br />
  14. 14. Foundation<br />Development is mainly aimed at young people<br />Participants are either at primary school or complete beginners in an activity <br />Focus is on basic skill development<br />Emphasis is on fun<br />Links with the ‘active sports scheme’<br />
  15. 15. Participation<br />Development is mainly aimed at young people<br />Participants are either at primary school or complete beginners in an activity <br />Focus is on basic skill development<br />Emphasis is on fun<br />Links with the ‘active sports scheme’<br />
  16. 16. Performance<br />Development is aimed at nurturing talented players<br />Emphasis is on improving skills through regular practice, competition or training<br />Feeds into selection for local academies<br />Links with sponsorship and funding<br />
  17. 17. Excellence<br />Development is aimed at national and international level <br />It may involve preparation for competition at championship level around the world<br />UK SPORT has set up the WORLD CLASS PROGRAM (WCP)<br />
  18. 18. Sports participation pyramid<br />
  19. 19. Homework<br />To complete the following:<br />task 16<br />Notes on cost and status<br />Task 18<br />task 22<br />Notes on pyramid levels<br />

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