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Physical Education- learning resources

Updated 7/6

*Yr10 GCSE PE – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students complete the following question and email your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 12th June

Analyse the structure and function of the respiratory system (10 marks)

 

*Yr12 AS PE - Please complete the following tasks and email your answer to the appropriate teacher by Friday 12th June;

Sport and Society – Please complete the questions on p116 of your booklet on Commercialisation, Social Differentiation and the Media in Sport. (Type up your work and email your answers to Mr Harrop)

Exercise Physiology - Hydration in Sport

Specification:

‘Hydration in sport and the detrimental effects of dehydration on performance. Isotonic, hypotonic and hypertonic drinks’.

‘Hydration techniques for before, during and after exercise including an understanding of volumes and timings’.

Task 1:

Read about and makes summary notes on the three different types of sports drinks: Isotonic, Hypotonic and Hypertonic.

How do they differ? What are their purposes in relation to hydration levels, energy and performance? When would they be drunk and in how much volume? Can you name specific examples of each e.g. branded products.

Task 2:

Explain the importance of maintaining levels of hydration during exercise. [3]

For full marks, you must Include in your answer the impact of dehydration in relation to blood viscosity (thickness) and the effect this can have on body systems.

Can you email your work to Mr Williams by Friday 12th June.

 

Sports Psychology – Mrs Davies will be sending each of you an email with a new task to complete

 

* Updated 18th May 2020

Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE and Yr12 A Level PE students complete any outstanding work and email it to your theory teacher so it can be marked and returned to you before further questions and tasks are added later in the week.

 

* Updated: 4th May 2020

 

*Yr10 GCSE PE – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students complete the following question and email your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 15th May;

Discuss the short term and long- term effects of training (10 marks)

 

 

*Yr12 AS PE - Please complete the following tasks and email your answer to the appropriate teacher by Friday 15th May;

Sport and Society (Mr Harrop) – Please complete the questions on p123 of your booklet on Commercialisation, Social Differentiation and the Media in Sport.

 

AS PE ( Miss Davies) – Psychology- Please complete the question below.

Levels of anxiety and arousal can vary for different performers and across different sporting activities.

Using appropriate theories, explain why levels of arousal and anxiety may fluctuate and outline the different stress management techniques that a performer could use in order to maximise performance. (10)

 

Exercise Physiology (Mr Williams) - Sport Specific Diets

For an elite performer in your main activity, what specific dietary requirements would they need to follow to gain maximum benefit in performance and recovery?

· Name the performer and briefly introduce their event, position, performance requirements etc.

· Discuss the key nutrients they need to consume and explain why.

· Think about fuelling for their energy requirements.

· Give examples of meals/snacks eaten. Do they follow and set eating plan?

· Remember to provide theoretical discussion points to back up your research – apply knowledge to your findings

 

*Present your findings in the style of a two page report.

 

*Updated : 27th April 2020

*Urgent – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students make sure they have completed last week’s (10 mark) question and email your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 1st May.

*Updated info: 20th April 2020

*Yr10 GCSE PE:

THEORY – Can all pupils please complete the following question:

Analyse the use of different energy systems for different sporting activities. Remember to use practical examples (10 marks)

PRACTICAL – Remember that you will be completing fitness testing when we return to school as part of your practical coursework. Therefore, you must make every effort to continue with your circuit training fitness programmes. We also expect GCSE PE students to follow the Maelor PE Twitter page and post your results from the weekly fitness challenges via twitter or email.

 

*Yr12 – A level PE

With all of the recent developments and changes to exams that have taken place, there is still some Yr12 work to complete which will be further developed as part of the Yr13 course. Therefore, it is vitally important you continue with the work set in anticipation for Yr13 lessons.

Ms Davies will be emailing students individually with power point lessons and tasks to complete.

Mr Williams will also email students, but has included two key questions for completion:

Explain why appropriate nutrition and hydration are essential in aiding recovery after prolonged, intense exercise. [5]

After high intensity exercise, explain how correct nutrition and an active cool down could speed up the recovery process. [5]

Please can you complete and email answers to Mr Williams by Monday 27th April.

 

Send any work to your PE teacher at the following email addresses: simon.harrop@maelorschool.org.uk dyfan.williams@maelorschool.org.uk stephanie.cheers@maelorschool.org.uk janet.cross@maelorschool.org.uk

UPDATED 5/5

 

Physical Education- learning resources

 

*Yr10 GCSE PE – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students complete the following question and email your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 15th May;

Discuss the short term and long term effects of training (10 marks)

 

 

*Yr12 AS PE - Please complete the following tasks and email your answer to the appropriate teacher by Friday 15th May;

Sport and Society (Mr Harrop) – Please complete the questions on p123 of your booklet on Commercialisation, Social Differentiation and the Media in Sport.

 

AS PE ( Miss Davies) – Psychology- Please complete the question below.

Levels of anxiety and arousal can vary for different performers and across different sporting activities.

Using appropriate theories, explain why levels of arousal and anxiety may fluctuate and outline the different stress management techniques that a performer could use in order to maximise performance. (10)

 

Exercise Physiology (Mr Williams) - Sport Specific Diets

For an elite performer in your main activity, what specific dietary requirements would they need to follow to gain maximum benefit in performance and recovery?

  • Name the performer and briefly introduce their event, position, performance requirements etc.

  • Discuss the key nutrients they need to consume and explain why.

  • Think about fuelling for their energy requirements.

  • Give examples of meals/snacks eaten. Do they follow and set eating plan?

  • Remember to provide theoretical discussion points to back up your research – apply knowledge to your findings

 

*Present your findings in the style of a two page report.

*Updated : 27th April 2020

*Urgent – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students make sure they have completed last week’s (10 mark) question and email your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 1st May.

*Updated info: 20th April 2020

*Yr10 GCSE PE:

THEORY – Can all pupils please complete the following question:

Analyse the use of different energy systems for different sporting activities. Remember to use practical examples (10 marks)

PRACTICAL – Remember that you will be completing fitness testing when we return to school as part of your practical coursework. Therefore, you must make every effort to continue with your circuit training fitness programmes. We also expect GCSE PE students to follow the Maelor PE Twitter page and post your results from the weekly fitness challenges via twitter or email.

 

*Yr12 – A level PE

With all of the recent developments and changes to exams that have taken place, there is still some Yr12 work to complete which will be further developed as part of the Yr13 course. Therefore, it is vitally important you continue with the work set in anticipation for Yr13 lessons.

Ms Davies will be emailing students individually with power point lessons and tasks to complete.

Mr Williams will also email students, but has included two key questions for completion:

Explain why appropriate nutrition and hydration are essential in aiding recovery after prolonged, intense exercise. [5]

After high intensity exercise, explain how correct nutrition and an active cool down could speed up the recovery process. [5]

Please can you complete and email answers to Mr Williams by Monday 27th April.

 

Send any work to your PE teacher at the following email addresses:

simon.harrop@maelorschool.org.uk

dyfan.williams@maelorschool.org.uk

stephanie.cheers@maelorschool.org.uk

janet.cross@maelorschool.org.uk

 

Key stage 3: Physical activity suggestions:

Joe Wicks (The body coach) – on line exercise classes for all ability levels. Aim for 3-4 workouts per week at a level you find challenging.

Search ‘Body Coach TV’ on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

Key stage 3: Cross Curricular PE opportunities:

Twinkl – Downloadable resources for a range of sports and physical activity areas. Covers a very wide range of schooling years, so pick and choose as you feel appropriate.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/keystage3-ks3/keystage3-ks3-physical-education/keystage3-ks3-physical-education-ks3

 

GCSE Revision resources

Yr10 Key Focus area: Exercise Physiology (Chapter 2)

Initial task – read through information booklets provided and make appropriate notes on:

  1. Cardio-Respiratory system.

  2. Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise (energy systems).

  3. Short term and long term effect of exercise.

(Specific questions to follow after the Easter holidays)

Past papers and mark schemes (link): Search ‘WJEC Question Bank’

https://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications/qualification-resources.html?pastpaper=true&subject=PhysicalEducation&level=gcse

 

Revision resources – units of work (link):

https://resources.wjec.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2622

 

General revision resources:

https://resources.wjec.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2871

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zqfysg8

Revision resources – A Level

Yr 12 Exercise Physiology focus:

  1. Energy systems and their application to training principles – making revision resources from the topics just completed

  2. Diet and nutrition and performance – read through and make new notes from the learning packs provided (Additional exam questions to be provided after the Easter break)

 

Yr 12 Sport and Society focus:

  1. Use the handout to revise – Modern Olympic Games: Amateurism and Olympism.

  2. Revise handout on Sport as a political tool.

  3. Revise handout on Amateurism and Professionalism

  4. ANSWER QUESTIONS (p116 of handout)

 

***Yr12 Sports psychology and skill acquisition work to be set after Easter***

 

Past papers and mark schemes (link): Search ‘WJEC Question Bank’

https://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications/qualification-resources.html?subject=PhysicalEducation&level=gceAsafrom2016&pastpaper=true

 

Revision resources – Yr13 (A2) units of work (link):

https://resources.wjec.co.uk/Pages/ResourceSingle.aspx?rIid=2677

Send any work to your PE teacher at the following email addresses:

simon.harrop@maelorschool.org.uk

dyfan.williams@maelorschool.org.uk

stephanie.cheers@maelorschool.org.uk

janet.cross@maelorschool.org.uk

 

*Updated : 27th April 2020

 

*Urgent – Please can all Yr10 GCSE PE students make sure they have completed last week’s (10 mark) question and emailed your answer to your theory teacher by Friday 1st May.

*Yr10 GCSE PE:

THEORY – Can all pupils please complete the following question:

Analyse the use of different energy systems for different sporting activities. Remember to use practical examples (10 marks)

PRACTICAL – Remember that you will be completing fitness testing when we return to school as part of your practical coursework. Therefore, you must make every effort to continue with your circuit training fitness programmes. We also expect GCSE PE students to follow the Maelor PE Twitter page and post your results from the weekly fitness challenges via twitter or email.

 

*Yr12 – A level PE

With all of the recent developments and changes to exams that have taken place, there is still some Yr12 work to complete which will be further developed as part of the Yr13 course. Therefore, it is vitally important you continue with the work set in anticipation for Yr13 lessons.

Ms Davies will be emailing students individually with power point lessons and tasks to complete.

Mr Williams will also email students, but has included two key questions for completion:

Explain why appropriate nutrition and hydration are essential in aiding recovery after prolonged, intense exercise. [5]

After high intensity exercise, explain how correct nutrition and an active cool down could speed up the recovery process. [5]

Please can you complete and email answers to Mr Williams by Monday 27th April.

 

Send any work to your PE teacher at the following email addresses: simon.harrop@maelorschool.org.uk dyfan.williams@maelorschool.org.uk stephanie.cheers@maelorschool.org.uk janet.cross@maelorschool.org.uk

 

 

*Updated info: 20th April 2020

*Yr10 GCSE PE:

THEORY – Can all pupils please complete the following question:

Analyse the use of different energy systems for different sporting activities. Remember to use practical examples (10 marks)

PRACTICAL – Remember that you will be completing fitness testing when we return to school as part of your practical coursework. Therefore, you must make every effort to continue with your circuit training fitness programmes. We also expect GCSE PE students to follow the MaelorPE Twitter page and post your results from the weekly fitness challenges via twitter or email.

 

*Yr12 – A level PE

With all of the recent developments and changes to exams that have taken place, there is still some Yr12 work to complete which will be further developed as part of the Yr13 course. Therefore, it is vitally important you continue with the work set in anticipation for Yr13 lessons.

Ms Davies will be emailing students individually with power point lessons and tasks to complete.

Mr Williams will also email students, but has included two key questions for completion:

Explain why appropriate nutrition and hydration are essential in aiding recovery after prolonged, intense exercise. [5]

After high intensity exercise, explain how correct nutrition and an active cool down could speed up the recovery process. [5]

Please can you complete and email answers to Mr Williams by Monday 27th April.

 

Send any work to your PE teacher at the following email addresses:

simon.harrop@maelorschool.org.uk

dyfan.williams@maelorschool.org.uk

stephanie.cheers@maelorschool.org.uk

janet.davies@maelorschool.org.uk

 

 

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