RoleModels…
Your Role Models… List5 athletes that you believe to be good  role models List    5 athletes you consider to be bad role...
What is a role model?A role model is someone who others aspireto be like, who they look up to and who isseen as a good exa...
Common characteristics   Competing and playing fairly and by the rules   Being inspirational   Being a good level perfo...
Pressure on role models   Media pressure   Possible ‘targeting’ by other athletes   Being sought after and then dropped...
Bad role modelsSocial learning theory – imitationWithin sports: Drug abuse Aggressive behaviour Cheating – (clips) Mis...
Examples of bad role models Twickenham   blood gate Terryracism Pakistani cricket team Gazza’s addictions David Haye ...
1.             Role models can greatly influence the levels of bothperformance and participation.(i)            Explain, u...
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  • Setting trends for others to follow – in their own sport or in the ways they go about competingShaping attitudes - by the way they conduct themselves in both their sporting life and their private life.Being accessible – may be due to media coverage of role model could be closer to home eg. Family member of teacherGroups eg. Ethnic, gnder, disabilitiy.
  • Media pressure and lack of privacyTargeting – attempting to damage image
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    1. 1. RoleModels…
    2. 2. Your Role Models… List5 athletes that you believe to be good role models List 5 athletes you consider to be bad role models and why?
    3. 3. What is a role model?A role model is someone who others aspireto be like, who they look up to and who isseen as a good example to follow.
    4. 4. Common characteristics Competing and playing fairly and by the rules Being inspirational Being a good level performer in their own right Setting trends for others to follow Shaping attitudes Being accessible Taking part in popular activities Representing a particular group
    5. 5. Pressure on role models Media pressure Possible ‘targeting’ by other athletes Being sought after and then dropped by companies cashing in on their role-model image Being expected to be available to promote and increase participation Pressure of their status affecting their ability to perform Coping with unexpected fame and money
    6. 6. Bad role modelsSocial learning theory – imitationWithin sports: Drug abuse Aggressive behaviour Cheating – (clips) Misplaced loyaltiesOut of sports Drugs, alcohol and gambling Adultery Dodging the consequences of actions
    7. 7. Examples of bad role models Twickenham blood gate Terryracism Pakistani cricket team Gazza’s addictions David Haye Brawl
    8. 8. 1. Role models can greatly influence the levels of bothperformance and participation.(i) Explain, using an example, how a role model could help toimprove the level of performance in a sport or activity....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................(3)(ii) Explain, using an example, how a role model could help toimprove the level of participation in a sport or activity...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................(3)(Total 6 marks)

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