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  1. 1. Sports Leaders and Dance Leaders – LEVEL 1<br />The Physical Education Faculty would like to draw your attention to an exciting opportunity for you to take part in two courses to achieve Level 1 Sports Leaders Awards. <br />Aston Comprehensive School have been running the Community Sports Leaders Award for a number of years and have achieved great success from the students who participate. This year Level 1 Dance Leaders Award will be piloting too. <br /> <br /> The Level One Sports Leaders Award is a nationally accredited scheme which seeks to equip participants with sports leadership skills and then encourages them to put these skills into practice by leading sporting events, practices, schemes etc. Past Sports Leaders have commented on how the scheme has been a positive inclusion on their CV, aiding them during post 16 courses and has also been a very rewarding experience. <br />The cost of training has been heavily subsidised by the school, however there is a charge for each course. The course fee for the Community Sports Leaders Award will be £10 and the course fee for the Dance Leaders Award will be £15.<br />
  2. 2. Classwork 16th October 2009<br />10B GCSE Physical EducationFull Course Theory<br />Aston Comprehensive School<br />
  3. 3. The BIGGER Picture<br />Unit 1 (Theory) <br />Unit 2 (Performance)<br />Section 2<br />(Your Healthy Active Body)<br />Section 1<br /> (Healthy Active Lifestyles )<br />1.1.1 HALand how they benefit you<br />1.1.2 Influences impacting involvement in PA<br />1.1.2b Influences opportunities & initiatives in PA <br />1.1.3 Exercise & Fitness<br />1.1.4a Training Principles & Goal Setting <br />1.1.4b Assessing fitness & Exercise Programmes <br />1.1.5 Personal health & Well Being <br />
  4. 4. Starter <br />With a partner discuss what is the difference between being fit and being healthy?<br />Can I be healthy but not fit?<br />Can I be fit but not healthy?<br />
  5. 5. WHO’S FIT <br />WHO’S HEALTHY<br />WHO’S BOTH?!<br />
  6. 6. What did you get?<br />Fitness is…<br />Health is…<br />Fit but not healthy –<br />Healthy but not fit –<br />
  7. 7. Task 1 <br />Copy out the definitions and highlight key words.Draw a picture to help you remember too.<br />
  8. 8. Health is …..<br />Social<br />Physical <br /> A complete state of ______, _________and ________ well being and not merely the absence of disease or illnesses.<br />Mental<br />Think back to week 1!!<br />Mental<br />Health ----- Fitness----- Exercise <br />
  9. 9. Fitness is …..<br />The ability to meet the demands of the environment<br />Every sporting activity requires a different level of physical fitness.<br />Some activities depend on the development of a few health components or some all 3. <br />Can you think of any sports that require <br />all 3 elements of health?<br />Health ----- Fitness----- Exercise <br />
  10. 10. Fitness is …..<br />Health -----Fitness ----- Exercise <br />
  11. 11. Exercise is …..<br />Participation in an activity that requires physical effort which exerts your muscles in order to sustain or improve your health and fitness<br />With your group try to make a definition for exercise with the following words….<br />Participation<br />Physical effort<br />Sustain <br />Health ----- Fitness ----- Exercise<br />
  12. 12. What are the effects of lack of exercise on your performance?<br />Become Breathless Sooner <br />Reach their anaerobic capacity sooner<br />Loss of strength <br />Muscles become flaccid and weak increases chance of injury <br />Weight increase<br />Extra weight can <br />increase fatigue and restrict flexibility.<br />Less Flexibility <br />Joints are not regularly moved and this could <br />inhibit their performance. <br />Aerobic capacity reduced <br />Not enough O2 gets to the muscles so athletes become fatigued.<br />
  13. 13. Extended Learning Task<br />You need to make a poster for children to try and promote health and fitness. <br />Use what we have learnt this lesson to help <br />What health and fitness actually are.<br />Use the components of fitness to focus on <br />Flexibility, strength, endurance<br />For extra help have a look at the change4life website<br />http://www.nhs.uk/Change4life/Pages/Default.aspx<br />
  14. 14. Lets Recap!<br />Participation in an activity<br />What is the definition of… <br />Fitness <br />The ability to meet the demands of the environment<br />A complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease.<br />Activity that requires physical effort exerting your muscles to sustain or improve your health and fitness<br />Health<br />Exercise<br />
  15. 15. Task 2<br />Components Of Fitness<br />For each of the pictures discuss and write down what areas of fitness they would need for their sport.<br />EXAMPLE – <br />A boxer will need co-ordination to doge punches<br />
  16. 16. Word Bank<br />Agility Cardiovascular fitness balance Muscular strength co-ordination flexibility SPEED<br />muscular endurancereaction timePowerbody composition <br />
  17. 17. Learning Outcomes<br /><ul><li>Know and understand the definitions of health, fitness and exercise.
  18. 18. Be able to describe the effects of lack of exercise on an athletes performance
  19. 19. If you feel you have achieved an objective fully draw smiley faces
  20. 20. If you feel you have partly achieved the objective, but will need to recap some areas, draw a face with a straight mouth
  21. 21. If you feel you have not achieved an objective draw a sad face</li>

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