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IGCSE Physical Education 3.1. Leisure & Recreation

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Transcript of IGCSE Physical Education 3.1. Leisure & Recreation

CHAIRPERSON
Controls committee meetings and acts as the club’s representative.
Essential Committee Positions
The reasons overlap with reasons for leisure activity participation.
Why do local clubs exist?
Reasons for Non-Participation
HEALTH
Body shape
Medical reasons
Feeling good
Looking good
Coping with stress
Reasons for Participation
Two different arguments:

Reasons why people take part in recreational activity.

Reasons why people do not take part in recreational activity.


Think of the reasons for participation and non-participation in physical activity.
Why take part in recreational activity?
Age

Education

Interests

Social circumstances
Maritial status
Number of dependants
Income

Access

Health

Environment/Climate
Determining factors of what people
do in their leisure time
“The free time that a person has after taking care of their bodily needs, work and duties.”


What are your bodily needs?

What is your work?

What are your duties?

CALCULATE YOUR LEISURE TIME
Leisure Time Definition
3.1. Leisure & Recreation
IGCSE Physical Education
Creates a healthy, vibrant generation of students who are committed to physical well-being.
School Support
Advances in technology in the workplace:
People working shorter days
Longer holidays
More unemployed
Determinants of growth
in leisure activities

PHYSICAL RECREATION

“A physical activity that a person does during leisure time.”
RECREATION

“A voluntary activity that a person does during leisure time.”
Recreation Definitions
Physical
Recreation

Recreation
Two types of recreation
What is the big difference between the two?
Age
Different ages = different activities.
Under 18 = non-contact versions of sports.
18-50 = any sport + can choose which they prefer.
50+ = limitations due to health/available options
Special measures for age groups (times/prices).
Determining factors of what people
do in their leisure time
Social circumstances
Maritial status = less free time / want to do things together.
Number of dependants = less free time / do what THEY want.
Income - Money = options
Determining factors of what people
do in their leisure time
Details of Member Qualities
Members should be:
Lessons:
Provide a varied curriculum.
Provide of facilities.
Enjoy a sport = outside of school participation
Role of schools
ENJOYMENT
Aesthetic
Channelling aggression
Achievement
Physical challenge
Competition
Co-operation
Friendship
HINT:

Participation can be separated into 2 categories:
Health
&
Enjoyment
.

Non-participation reasons are usually
Socio-Economic
&
Personal Reasons
.
Education
Difference classes (upper / lower) = different preferred sports,
e.g. upper class = cricket, lower classes = football.
Sports learnt in school could lead to uptake outside of education.
Teachers as motivators.
Interests
Very simple - you wouldn't choose something that you don't like!
Usually influenced by what's on TV or played by a lot of people/your friends.
Access = FACILITIES & WHERE PEOPLE LIVE!
Lack of facilities = can't do the sports.
Urban vs rural location.
Health
Good health - can choose what you like.
Bad health - limited options.
Those with diseases/illnesses - careful consideration.
Environment/Climate
Decide stereotypical sporting activities/prevent participation,
e.g. Canada/France = Skiing (mountains + snow), United Kingdom = Sailing (seas + wind).
Health care:
People live longer?
Obesity? Dying before their parents?
Lifestyle choices.
Growth in leisure time activities.
Growth in facilities.
Human Reasons
Psychological factors
Health reasons
Lack of interest
Lack of knowledge
Socio-economic Reasons
Family commitments
Work commitments
Lack of time
Transportation costs
Admission cost and other fees
Equipment costs
No available/inadequate facilities
Institutional barriers
SECRETARY
Deals with day-to-day business.
Arranges meetings.
The liaison between positions.
TREASURER
Deals with all the club’s finances.
FIXTURES & MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY
Works with other clubs to arrange matches/competitions.
Compiles memberships of the club, the relevant data, and liases with any governing body.
COACH
Trains the team or individual to become better in their chosen field.
Ethusiastic.

Cooperative.

Willing to pay costs.

Able to accept club rules.

Able to play, organise, coach or officiate at competitions.
Committee members should be:
Willing to take on jobs.

Ready to work as a team.

Able to make decisions for the club.

Elected at the clubs Annual General Meeting (AGM).
All clubs need the roles to be filled by volunteers… Why?
Exercise assists in learning other subjects (healthy body = healthy mind).

Cross-curricular links

Allow use of facilities to outside organisations.

Sports awards.

Outside visits.

New sports.

Lessons, Examinations and Extra-Curricular.
SCHOOLS NEED TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION!!!
WHY?
HOW?
PROMOTE PARTICIPATION!!!
Extra-curricular:
Before, during & after school clubs.
County → Area → National selection.
Examinations:
Continued and varied study.
GCSE / A Level / BTEC.
Physical Education / Sports Studies / Sports Science.
Local clubs are very important as they
:

Provide facilities.

Organise fixtures and competition.

Promote sport.

Encourage junior members - ensures long term future of the club.

Community involvement.
Supporters, spectators and helpers.
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