Practical Theory for GCSE AQA PE
Putting the PHYSICAL back in to Physical Education!
16–19 carefully selected practical activities to engage and familiarise students in the theory content for both papers of the AQA GCSE PE specification.
Gives a ‘fresh’ way of teaching...
...Pupils work on skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership in addition to being active
Each practical activity is great for kinaesthetic learners and contains:
- Relevant and concise aims – link practical activities to essential specification content.
- Cool-down questions – encourage detailed understanding and assessment of learning.
- Exam-style questions – provide focus at the end of each session.
Students learn through: racing around the cardiac system, competing in fitness challenges as their favourite superstars, experiencing arousal/ stress first hand and becoming a sponsor for a lesson!
What do teachers say about this resource? (7062)
It gives a ‘fresh’ way of teaching what some pupils find a very difficult theoretical element of the GCSE course. The supportive worksheets will provide the basis of written evidence of learning and act as a revision tool for pupils, or a basis for more extension work to lead on from. Pupils work on other skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership in addition to being active. Peer assessment is being used in many of the activities. I can see some of my own pupils gaining a great deal from doing some of the activities.
PE attracts practical/kinaesthetic people, so this will appeal to their preferred way if learning. It is something completely different to the norm, and so will provide a number of students with the hook they need to recall information.
- 3.1 The human body and movement in physical activity and sport
- Applied anatomy and physiology
- GCSE AQA Physical Education (8582)
- GCSE PE
- GCSE PE Practical Theory
- Movement analysis
- Physical training
- Use of data
- 3.2 Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport
- Health, fitness and well-being
- Socio-cultural influences
- Sports psychology