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Year 10 

Curriculum Map

Half term

Unit of work

Home study

Autumn 1

Practical = Football, Rugby: maximising assessment scores

Theory = Health, exercise and fitness, Fitness testing, principles of training

  1. 9 mark essay question on principles of fitness and fitness
  2. Complete a training diary for an athlete of your choice that satisfies all the principles of training.
  3. Design a skills and fitness based circuit session for an athlete of your choice and teach to class in lessons.
  4. Complete all the fitness tests done in lessons on 3 different aged people and compare results. Argue why they may not be the best methods of testing.
  5. Practice drills shown in practical sessions on passing, possession, dribbling and shooting.

Autumn 2

Practical = Badminton

Theory = Health fitness and well being, Diet

  1. 9 mark essay question on Diet
  2. Practice badminton serve, clear, drop and smash shots and play doubles games.
  3. Write a dieticians menu for a week for 3 different athletes. Explain why they are different and what foods they could eat.
  4. Find a Youtube video that shows the diet of 3 different athletes and explain using a Powerpoint to the class.

Spring 1

Practical = Handball

Theory = Classification of skills, goal setting

  1. 9 mark essay question on Goal setting
  2. Practice handball dribbling, passing and shooting against a goalkeeper and defender. Play in small sided games.
  3. Complete a continuums A3 collage with pictures of athletes on for open/closed, basic/complex, low and high organisation.
  4. Set a SMART target for your fitness to improve over 6 months and explain it. Argue the advantages and disadvantages of goal setting.

Spring 2

Practical = Table tennis, Basketball

Theory = Types of guidance, mental preparation

  1. 9 mark essay question on Mental preparation
  2. Practice table tennis serve, smash, forehand and backhand.
  3. Create an inspirational video using Youtube clips that show athletes mentally rehearsing for an event. Come up with a simple mental rehearsal sequence and demo to peers for football penalties, rugby conversions or basketball free throws. Experiment to see if the worked better than no rehearsal.

Summer 1

Practical = PEP and Striking and fielding

Theory = Skeletal and muscular system

  1. 9 mark essay question on muscular system
  2. Practice catching and fielding from various positions. Practice bowling and batting for different parts of a game (defensive and attacking)
  3. Work on PEP using pro forma supplied in lessons.
  4. Complete and design PEP sessions at home that use continuous, weight, fartlek, circuit and interval training methods). Be prepared to deliver to peers in lessons.

Summer 2

Practical = Athletics

Theory = Cardio Vascular system

  1. 9 mark essay question on Cardio vascular system
  2. Write a PowerPoint presentation with photos and Youtube links about the role of heart and lungs in transporting substances in the blood (include all types of blood vessels)
  3. Practice running 100m, 400m and 1500m and try and improve times.
  4. Work on PEP using pro forma supplied in lessons.
  5. Complete and design PEP sessions at home that use continuous, weight, fartlek, circuit and interval training methods). Be prepared to deliver to peers in lessons.

 

 

GCSE PE Recommended reading

Should students and parents wish to study from home they can buy the text book we are using in lessons.

It is:

Edexcel (9-1) PE for GCSE

by Sue Hartigan

Hodder Education Group

Paperback

256 pages

ISBN 1471866963

It can be found on Amazon at around £19.99