Antrim PE Revision Course AQA AS PED 1 - The Parker E

Report
St Johns College
PE Revision Course
AQA AS PHED 1
Session 1a
Opportunities for participation
Concepts & Objectives
Characteristics, Objectives and Benefits
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Play
Leisure and recreation, active leisure
Outdoor and adventurous activities
Sport
Physical education
Relationships between them - compare and
contrast
• Benefits to the individual and to society.
Physical Activity Continuum
Play
Leisure
Physical Rec/
Active Leisure
Outdoor Rec/
Adventure Act
Competitiveness
Organisation
Seriousness
Spontaneity
PE
Sport
Definitions & Characteristics
Intrinsic
value
Non-serious
Enjoyment
PLAY
Spontaneous
Negotiation
Time
Rules
Time
Space
Play – Only for Children?
Child
Play
Adult
Play
Learning
about reality
Escaping
from reality
Not necessarily chronological!!
Ans
Jan02Q4
Play – key words
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Fun
Spontaneous
Rules – changeable, negotiated, freely accepted
Unstructured – boundaries, equipment
Intrinsic value only
Can be serious
Fantasy world
Child like
Play - Objectives
Children
• Test boundaries
• Experience risk –
safely
• Socialisation
• Build independence,
self esteem
• Respect for others
• Opportunity for social
interaction
Adults
• Forget
responsibilties
• Escape reality
• Be childlike
• Opportunity for
creativity and
fantasy
Leisure, Recreation, Physical Recreation
Leisure
• Done in free time
• Free from other
responsibilities
• Freely chosen activity
• Used for ease and
relaxation
• For enjoyment
• A right – not a
privilege
Recreation
• To recreate – be
creative, make anew
• To refresh
mind/body
• Recuperation – from
stress from work or
obligations
Active Leisure?
Active Leisure
“being physically active in one’s
leisure time”
‘lifetime sports’
Outdoor and adventure activities
Outdoor
education
Adventure
education
Outdoor
recreation
Adventure
activity
Outdoor Education develops
Selfreliance
Team work
Leadership
skills
Values
Trust in
others
Decisionmaking
Real or Perceived Risk?
More
Predictable
More
Unpredictable
Subjective
danger
Totally
avoidable
Objective
danger
Experience /
Personality
Totally
unavoidable
Adventure Activity – Adventure Education
Escapism/
Urban
Dangerous
Exciting
Characteristics
Cost
canoeing
Ans
But codes
for safety
Competitive
Challenging
June02Q2
No
officials
Against
self/elements
Facilities
Travel
Costs
Urban
Adventure
Inner City
Community
Competitions
Rules
Adventure
Sports
TID
Sport - Values
Resources
Intrinsic
Time
Extrinsic
Sportsmanship
Commitment
Olympism
Selective
Prowess
Competitive
Endeavour
Cathartic
Striving
Sport - Characteristics
Organisational
stringency
Time Bound
Codified
Rules
Strategies
Technical specialisation -
Positions/Equipment
Codes of conduct
Competitive Structures
Official Adjudication
Space
regulations
Jan02Q4
Sport - objectives for individual
• Fulfil individual talent and potential
• Challenge oneself – discover strengths &
weaknesses
• Release tension & stress – improve health & fitness
• Build self-esteem
• Accept rules & decisions
• Work in a team or lead
• Develop fair play, win with humility, lose with
honour
Q4
Sport - objectives for society
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Socialisation
Prevent anti-social behaviour
Economic activity
Social control – a diversion
International relationships
Social morale
Sport - problems
• Win at all costs
• Sport – part of the entertainment
business
• Crowd violence hooliganism
• Performance Enhancing Drugs
• Poor role models
• Couch potatoes!
PE – What is it?
“ a formal and
“ educating
useful body of
through bodily
knowledge
movement”
“learning in,
Skills, attitudes,
about and
fitness,
through physical
appreciation
activity”
“knowing how, knowing
about, knowing how it
feels”
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PE – What is it?
Health - HRE Socialisation –
sharing, rules,
Evaluating
fair play
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PE
Self/Others
Personal
development –
team work,
leadership
Appreciation of
movement/skill
Development
of motor
skills
Knowledge of
National
physical
Curriculum
activity/sport
health
skills
leisure
work
functional
economic
Physical Education
life enriching
personal development
self-realisation
socialising
12-34
aesthetic challenging
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Improve
health &
fitness
Promote the
school
Sport
PE
Counter
effects of
social
deprivation
Recreation
Reduce
crime
Produce
elite
performers
Q2
Develop
school ethos
Provide a
worthwhile
activity for the
young
The expectations of
the school activity
experience
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Relationship, Compare & Contrast
Organisation
Play
Leisure
Physical
Recreation
Outdoor/
Adventure
PE
Sport
Physical
Recreation
PE
Sport
Competitiveness
Play
Leisure
Outdoor/
Adventure
Benefits - Indivudual
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Health – physical, mental, social
Relationships
Socialising
Challenged, stretched, development
Self fulfilment
Team working – Leadership
Learning about wider world, environment
Benefits – Society
Why spend the money?
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Community health – reduce costs
Economic activity
Role models – social development
National self-esteem
Shop window effect
Reducing anti-social behaviour
Government responsibility for the individual

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