Tricky Topics for AQA GCSE PE
Removing the stumbling blocks from teaching and learning!
Carefully constructed lessons with supporting worksheets guide you and your students step by step through the challenging topics on the AQA GCSE PE specification.
Carefully guided write-on worksheets and teacher overview with timings, equipment and further guidance – requires minimal preparation and provides full teacher support
- Concise and accessible course notes – engage students with the need-to-know content
- Theoretical and practical-based activities (and extension tasks!) – progressively build students’ confidence and understanding
- Questions to think about – in-class discussion springboards to stretch and challenge students
- Practice exam-style questions – prepare students to succeed with even the trickiest exam questions
Breaking down the barriers...
- Thought-provoking visual images and diagrams – stimulate learners’ interest and boost competence
- Students learn by ‘doing’ and ‘applying’ their knowledge of the theory content
- Top tips – offer key advice for knowledge retention and exam preparation
- Clear answers – great for peer- and self-assessment!
A creative way to develop deeper understanding of the difficult-to-learn concepts!
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What do teachers say about this resource? (10927, 10928, 10929)
On the whole I thought it was a useful resource that helps to break down a tricky area into bite size pieces that makes it more digestible for students to understand and retain. I liked the key term sheets at the start to develop the student’s basic knowledge of the key terms of the Lever system to develop confidence in students’ knowledge, whilst the use of stickers to identify parts of the lever system when performing a specific skill was simple, but an excellent idea to reinforce any knowledge gained. I feel that it develops and reinforces members of staff’s knowledge in this tricky area, as some areas have historically been open to misinterpretation, such as the lever system being used in a specific skill. However, the thorough mark schemes helps to clarify any uncertainties. Thus, reinforcing knowledge and understanding amongst staff and students alike. The resource covers all aspects of the course specification requirements, which is reinforced by activities whereby students are encouraged to apply such knowledge to practical sporting examples and finally, all this knowledge and understanding can be formatively assessed with a range of exam questions that can be gauged students’ knowledge and understanding. In the past I have been quite critical where the flaws lie in the resources I have reviewed, however, I feel that this is an outstanding resource, as it has given me numerous ideas on how I can break down such a tricky element of the course and hopefully make it an enjoyable aspect of the course now. It has broken down a potentially difficult part of the course into methods that I had previously considered, which I now recognise make it easier for students to grasp. There are also a vast range of exam style questions provided that can gauge the student’s level of knowledge and understanding (questions on these areas are generally very difficult to get hold of!).
What do teachers say about this resource? (11446, 11447, 11448)
This resources is a great tool to use to help students become confident in understanding and interpreting data. Data can often be a stumbling block for students so being able to practice it numerous times before their real exam is essential. The practical element of the resource will appeal to the kinaesthetic and visual learners.
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- 3.2 Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport
- Applied anatomy and physiology
- GCSE AQA Physical Education (8582)
- GCSE PE
- GCSE PE tricky topics
- GCSE tricky topics
- Health, fitness and well-being
- Movement analysis
- Physical training
- Socio-cultural influences
- Sports psychology
- Use of data
- Analysis and evaluation of data
- Bar Charts
- Line Graphs
- Pie Charts
- Presenting data
- Qualitative data
- Quantitative data