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KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 11 Physical Education
Term 1Health, Fitness & Well Being
3.2.3 HEALTH, FITNESS AND WELL BEING Students will learn about the physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well- being along with the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle with a focus on obesity. Students will familiarise themselves with somatotypes. Students will understand energy use and the reasons for having a balanced diet, the role of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins/ minerals and the reasons for maintaining water balance. Removed fibre and specific diets. Removed school and PE.
Assessment: All students are assessed in each unit in line with the Assessment Objectives (AO1-4). Each practical unit they are awarded an overall band as well as a breakdown of marks out of 1o for skill development and 15 for performance of skill in a game situation. Each theoretical unit is assessed through half termly written exam papers.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Socio-Cultural Influences
3.2.2. SOCIO-CULTURAL INFLUENCES Students will learn about engagement patters of different social groups (gender, culture, age, family/peers and disabled performers) in physical activity and sport. They will learn about prohibited substances and methods including the type of performers likely to take PED’s and the advantages/disadvantages. Students will learn about spectator behaviour with an in depth look at hooliganism. Removed opps for further involvement.
Assessment: All students are assessed in each unit in line with the Assessment Objectives (AO1-4). Each practical unit they are awarded an overall band as well as a breakdown of marks out of 1o for skill development and 15 for performance of skill in a game situation. Each theoretical unit is assessed through half termly written exam papers.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Socio-Cultural Influences
3.2.2. SOCIO-CULTURAL INFLUENCES Students will study the different forms of the media and sponsorship including the positive and negative impacts on performance and also the impact of technology. They will also learn the range and effects of sponsorship on both the performer and sporting activity. Removed science and role models. Removed international factors.
Assessment: All students are assessed in each unit in line with the Assessment Objectives (AO1-4). Each practical unit they are awarded an overall band as well as a breakdown of marks out of 1o for skill development and 15 for performance of skill in a game situation. Each theoretical unit is assessed through half termly written exam papers.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Evaluating and improving performance
Evaluating and improving performance Students will analyse performance and make judgements using appropriate technical terminology. This should be in relation to the range and quality of skills, and the range and effectiveness of fitness, tactics, strategies or compositional ideas. Students are expected to look at a performance or consider their own, and will be marked on their ability to identify at least one strength and one weakness, which need to be fully explained.
Assessment: All students are assessed in each unit in line with the Assessment Objectives (AO1-4). Each practical unit they are awarded an overall band as well as a breakdown of marks out of 1o for skill development and 15 for performance of skill in a game situation. Each theoretical unit is assessed through half termly written exam papers.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 5Exam Preparation
Exam preparation Exam preparation is an essential part of the programme, which includes exam structure, revision techniques, and the scenario question.
Assessment: All students are assessed in each unit in line with the Assessment Objectives (AO1-4). Each practical unit they are awarded an overall band as well as a breakdown of marks out of 1o for skill development and 15 for performance of skill in a game situation. Each theoretical unit is assessed through half termly written exam papers.Key Words and Terms
 

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