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Year 10 – End of Term One Test
This test will cover the following topic:
• Key concepts in physical education
• Key proces...
Section A – Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following is a concept within physical education?
a. Performance
b. ...
c. Running
d. Long jump
7. Which of the following is not a type of feedback?
a. Knowledge of results
b. Encouragement
c. P...
13. The role of a leader is primarily
a. To communicate effectively
b. To shout instructions
c. To be confident
d. To know...
Section B – Short Answer Questions
16. What are the key concepts for physical education? Give an example of each. 8
17. Ex...
Section B – Short Answer Questions
16. What are the key concepts for physical education? Give an example of each. 8
17. Ex...
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  1. 1. Year 10 – End of Term One Test This test will cover the following topic: • Key concepts in physical education • Key processes in physical education • Fundamental motor skills • Learning movements skills • The use of feedback in learning motor skills • The role and decisions of participants, leaders and officials • Rules, regulations and codes of behaviour in physical activity and sports
  2. 2. Section A – Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following is a concept within physical education? a. Performance b. Cool down c. Evaluating and improving d. Frequency of Matches 2. Which of the following is a process with physical education? a. Creativity b. Making and applying decisions c. Warming up d. Keeping score 3. Which of the following is the best example of the creativity as a concept with physical education? a. Creating space on the tennis court by moving your opponent around by your shot selection. b. Watching a dance production c. Judging a gymnastics competition d. Performing a somersault in trampolining 4. Which of the following is the best example of evaluating and improving as a process in physical education? a. Watching an aerobics class and telling them they have to try harder next time. b. Watching a football player and cheering them on, urging them to improve. c. Watching a badminton player and identifying a fault in the performer’s overhead clear and showing them a better technique. d. Watching a diver dive and telling them the judges’ score at the end. 5. Which of the following is not a fundamental motor skill? a. Throwing b. Shooting c. Hitting d. Jumping 6. Which one of the following is a fundamental motor skill often used for active leisure activities? a. Football throw in b. A penalty kick in rugby
  3. 3. c. Running d. Long jump 7. Which of the following is not a type of feedback? a. Knowledge of results b. Encouragement c. Positive d. Intrinsic 8. Most sports players accept that, when they participate in physical activities, they should observe appropriate codes of behaviour or etiquette. Which of the following is the best example of good etiquette when performing a physical activity? a. Shaking hands with your opponent at the end of a squash match b. Obeying the referee in rugby c. Shouting ‘well played’ to one of your team-mates in netball d. Politely questioning a decision made by the referee in football 9. Which one of the following best describes the characteristics of a successful leader in a physical activity? a. To toss the coin at a start of a match. b. To have a loud voice that all participants can hear. c. To be physically fit. d. To encourage others to take part effectively. 10. Which one of the following is an example of an important role of an official in physical activities? a. To help performers’ fitness levels. b. To ensure that rules are followed correctly. c. To make money. d. To ensure that the right tactics are used. 11. Which one of the following is the best example of a fundamental motor skill? a. Simple pass of a hockey. b. Simple shot in hockey. c. Simple run up the pitch in hockey. d. Simple save by goalkeeper in hockey. 12. To show competence in physical education, which one of the following would be most applicable? a. To select the right skill at the right time. b. To maintain physical health. c. To regularly participate. d. To understand the aims of physical activity.
  4. 4. 13. The role of a leader is primarily a. To communicate effectively b. To shout instructions c. To be confident d. To know everything 14. Feedback is important because: a. It increases competition b. It gives the performer information about the result of the activity c. It helps control anxiety d. It helps to improve technique
  5. 5. Section B – Short Answer Questions 16. What are the key concepts for physical education? Give an example of each. 8 17. Explain using examples what the key processes are. 10 18. Describe the concept of creativity in physical education giving practical examples throughout your answer. 4 19. Using a sport of your choice, give 2 examples of sporting etiquette. 2 20. What is meant by the term regulations? 1 21. In sport we have rules. Why are these necessary in sport? 2 22. What do you understand by the term sportsmanship? 1 23. Define the term fundamental motor skills 1 24. How do you analyse throwing? 2 25. We all learn skills in different ways. Describe the 3 main ways we learn motor skills. 3 26. In sport we improve through receiving feedback. Explain intrinsic feedback and give an example. 3 27. Describe using a sporting example another form of feedback. 2 28. Explain the meaning of the term role. 1 29 What are the characteristics of a good leader? 2 30. Describe 2 responsibilities of an official. 4
  6. 6. Section B – Short Answer Questions 16. What are the key concepts for physical education? Give an example of each. 8 17. Explain using examples what the key processes are. 10 18. Describe the concept of creativity in physical education giving practical examples throughout your answer. 4 19. Using a sport of your choice, give 2 examples of sporting etiquette. 2 20. What is meant by the term regulations? 1 21. In sport we have rules. Why are these necessary in sport? 2 22. What do you understand by the term sportsmanship? 1 23. Define the term fundamental motor skills 1 24. How do you analyse throwing? 2 25. We all learn skills in different ways. Describe the 3 main ways we learn motor skills. 3 26. In sport we improve through receiving feedback. Explain intrinsic feedback and give an example. 3 27. Describe using a sporting example another form of feedback. 2 28. Explain the meaning of the term role. 1 29 What are the characteristics of a good leader? 2 30. Describe 2 responsibilities of an official. 4

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