P.E.

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Year 10 PE

Course title:

Physical Education

Exam board:

OCR

Specification code:

J587

How will students be assessed?
Two 60 minute written exam papers:
Component 1 – Physical factors affecting performance 30%
Component 2 – Socio-cultural issues and sports psychology 30%
Non examined assessment (practical):
Component 3 – Performance in physical education 40%
Assessed in three sports one team, one individual and one other. There is also a coursework component – ‘Analysing and evaluating performance’
Half term    Key content
1 (7 weeks)                                                              1.2.a Components of fitness:

These include Cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, speed, strength, power, flexibility, agility, balance, co-ordination, reaction time. Students will learn the definitions, apply to practical examples and learn how to test each component.

17th October data collection (CWA,PEG and ATL)

2 (7 weeks) 1.2.b Applying the principles of training:

This section includes the Principles of training and optimising training. In this section students will learn about different training methods, the importance of a warm-up and cool down. They will then create their own training programme applying the principles they have learned.

3 (7 weeks) 1.1.a The structure and function of the skeletal:

Students will learn to name and locate all the major bones and joints in the body. They will learn the movements possible at each joint and apply them to a movement analysis.

1.1.b The structure and function of the muscular system:

Students will learn to name and locate all the major muscles as well as specify the role of the muscles in movement in sport.

1.1.c Movement analysis:

Student will be introduced to movement analysis and lever systems.

system 9th January data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

4 (6 weeks) 1.1.c Continuation of Movement analysis. Students will learn about the planes of movement and axes of rotation. More time will be spent consolidating this topic area.

3rd April data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

5 (5 weeks) 1.1.d The cardiovascular and respiratory system:

Students will learn the structure and function of the cardiovascular system, looking at the pathway of blood through the body and key terminology.

Studnets will also learn the structure and function of the respiratory system as well as the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise.

27th April Parents’ Evening

6 (7 weeks) Preparation for Year 10 exam and completion of the Non Examined Assessment. This assessment requires students to analyse and evaluate a performance. They need to highlight strengths, weaknesses of the performance and create an action plan for the major weakness. Stdents then have to make links to the theoretical element of the course.

Week commencing 19th June: Year 10 exam week

26th June Data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

2017-18

Half term Key content
1 (7 weeks) 2.1.a Engagement patterns of different social groups in physical activities and sports

2.1.b Commercialisation of sport

2 (7 weeks) 2.1.c Ethical and socio-cultural issues in physical activity and sport

Preparation for mock exam

3 (7 weeks) 2.2 Sports Psychology
4 (6 weeks) 2.3 Health, fitness and well-being

Exam prep and recap Y10 work

5 (5 weeks) Exam prep

Year 11 PE

Course title: GCSE PE             Exam board: EDEXCEL                      Specification code: 2PE01
How will students be assessed?
Written Exam – May (40%)
Practical assessment March 2016 and Analysis of performance Feb 2017 (60%)
Half term Key content
1 (7 weeks)                                        1.2.1: Physical activity and your healthy mind and body

Students will be learning how to describe the different body types (somatypes), outline why, and how, expected and optimum weight varies, explain the effects of smoking and alcohol on general health and on physical activity and know about different categories of drugs.

Students will be learning how to identify risks associated with participation in physical activities, and explain how to reduce these risks.

17th October data collection (CWA,PEG and ATL)

2 (7 weeks) 1.2.4: A healthy, active lifestyle and your muscular system

Students will be learning the location of the major muscles, their role in producing movement and the short term and long term effects of exercise on this system. Students will also be identifying how diet and rest can have a positive impact in this body system.

1.2.5: A healthy, active lifestyle and your skeletal system

Students will be able to identify the function of the skeleton during physical activity. They will also be able to odentofy the range of movement at a joint and ink this to a sporting performance.

Students will also be taught the short and long term effects of exercise on the body system and highlight potential injuries.

Mock Exams commence 9th December until 16th December

3 (7 weeks) 9th January data collection (mock grade, PEG and ATL)

1.2.2: A healthy, active lifestyle and your cardiovascular system

Students will learn about the function of the cardiovascular system and the short term and long term effects of exercise and the effect smoking and alcohol has on this system.

1.2.3: A healthy, active lifestyle and your respiratory system

Students will learn about the function of the respiratory system and the short term and long term effects of exercise and the effect smoking and alcohol has on this system.

16th February Parents Evening

4 (6 weeks) Recap Y10 work

Exam prep
20th March data collection (CWA, PEG and ATL)

5 (5 weeks) Exam prep