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IGCSE Physical Education - Unit 3.2. Facilities, Participation, Excellence.
Transcript of IGCSE Physical Education - Unit 3.2. Facilities, Participation, Excellence.
Facilities, Participation, Excellence.
Think of all of the facilities that you know!
If you struggle for ideas, think of Olympic sports and what each one requires.
Facilities depend on location.
Wide open spaces
Think about the list of facilities.
Where would these facilities be located & why?
Wide open spaces for specialist activities.
A more natural environment for sports.
- Compare horse riding centres in the city vs. rural!
High population = demand.
Regular public transport to and from venue.
Parking less of an issue away from city centre.
Control of Facilities
Role = Promotion of sport!
Role = Make a profit through sport!
Role = Meet a local need, NOT for profit!
AJUNTAMENT DE VALÈNCIA
- Planning permission.
- Is it wanted by the locals/community?
- Facilities close to where they are needed.
- Expensive location vs. Cheap Location
- Leisure centre = approx. €8-10m to build.
- Roads? Parking? Public transport?
Expected use and demand.
- Facilities are built where demand is high.
Facilities: Main Considerations
Summarise the pros and cons of the three locations!
(City Centre / Urban / Rural)
Owned, but not always run by them.
- May be run by a 3rd party.
Local EDUCATION authorities own schools.
Allow sports facilities to be used by local community.
Exclusive & expensive.
e.g. Golf clubs, activity centres, private gyms.
Promote an active lifestyle.
e.g. sports clubs, youth clubs, churches, charities, scouts.
Targeting specific groups.
'Mothers' and Babies
People w/ Disabilities/Handicaps
Targeting specific groups.
1. What does each picture represent?
2. Why would these groups be targeted?
HINT FOR NO. 2
Think about the people who provide sporting facilities and what their role/objective is!
Provide financial support for a sportsperson / team / event.
Advantages for a sponsor
Disadvantages for a sponsor
Healthy, positive image.
Far-reaching to millions of people.
Good will (local business for local team).
Best seats/Luxury at an
event - entertain clients.
Cannot guarantee success of the sportsperson / team / event.
Wouldn't be happy about bad behaviour / cheating / doping etc.
- May withdraw support as a result.
Advantages to the sport
Disadvantages to the sport
Sponsorship makes events possible.
- Without them, they'd be very difficult to pay for.
Helps sportspeople train and live without having to work a 9-5 job.
Lucrative for sportspeople.
- Short careers = limited earning potential.
No long-term security.
May be bad for the sport's image.
- Alcohol/Tobacco sponsorship = prohibited for under 18s.
- No TV coverage.
Sponsors may try to dictate timing of events.
Sportspeople/Teams exploited = lower motivation.
- e.g. make a lot of money from the name
Physical well being
Mental Well Being
Social well being
Popularity of the sport / Promotion (media/governing body)
Write how each aspect could positively AND negatively affect participation.