Practical Theory for GCSE OCR PE
Putting the PHYSICAL back in to Physical Education!
12–19 carefully selected practical activities to engage and familiarise students in the theory content for both papers of the OCR GCSE PE specification.
An excellent resource all PE teachers need! It’s active, fun and a great way for students to learn kinaestetically
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.
Excellent - lots of ideas and resources to bring the theory to life
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? (7712)
'A must have resource. This is an excellent resource all PE teachers need! It’s active, fun and a great way for students to learn kinaestetically. The resource is very well thought out and save a huge amount of time as the lessons are clearly planed to a high standard making them easy for anyone to follow and deliver. This will save department a huge amount of time!'
'A fantastic resource. It gives the students a different method of learning. This resource puts more emphasis and responsibility on the students enabling them to put their knowledge into practical situations.'
What do teachers say about this resource? (7671)
'This will really benefit kinaesthetic learners... I think it is excellent and will benefit any teacher who chooses to use it, as it will really enhance students understanding of how the theory relates to practical PE.'
'Excellent - lots of ideas and resources to bring the theory to life. This will help to enhance students understanding and enjoyment of the subject. Students will learn a great deal through this, as they will see the theory being used in a practical element.'