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Decision Making

GCSE PE
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Abby Morris

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Decision Making

Key Process 2: Decision Making Split into 4 different UNITS
Units are B451, B452, B453 and B454 Overview of the Course Unit B451
An Introduction to
Physical Education
1 hour/60 marks
External Assessment
Written Examination


Unit B452
Practical Performance
and Analysis 1
60 marks

Controlled Assessment
Two practical performances from
two different categories, plus
Analysing Lifestyle task. Unit B454
Practical Performance
and Analysis 2
60 marks

Controlled Assessment
Two practical performances from
two different categories, plus
Analysing Performance task.


Unit B453
Developing Knowledge
in Physical Education
1 hour/60 marks
External Assessment
Written Examination Unit B451 introduces candidates to Physical Education through three areas of study:

1 Key concepts in Physical Education
2 Key processes in Physical Education
3 Opportunities, pathways and participation in Physical Education. UNIT B451 Unit B453 develops candidates’ knowledge of Physical Education and the concepts, processes and
opportunities which are covered in unit B451 through four areas of study:

1. Developing skills, techniques and motivation
2. Developing physical and mental capacity
3. Informed decision making using the principles of training and safe exercise
4. Opportunities, pathways and participation in Physical Education. Unit B452 Unit B453 Unit B453 develops candidates’ knowledge of Physical Education and the concepts, processes and
opportunities which are covered in unit B451 through four areas of study:

1. Developing skills, techniques and motivation
2. Developing physical and mental capacity
3. Informed decision making using the principles of training and safe exercise
4. Opportunities, pathways and participation in Physical Education. Unit B454 Candidates are internally assessed through controlled assessment in the roles of performer and/
or coach/leader or official. Candidates are required to demonstrate effective performance, the use
of tactics or techniques and the ability to observe the rules and conventions in two chosen activities
under applied conditions in each unit and assessment is carried out by the teacher using generic
assessment criteria and activity-specific links to these criteria. In unit B454 candidates can be assessed in any two activities but they cannot repeat an activity
in the same role that was assessed in unit B452 – i.e. they cannot be a performer in football in
B452 and a performer in football again in B454, but they could be a coach in football in B452 and a
performer in football in B454 or vice versa. Creativity Key Concepts in Physical Education Sports (choose 4): Association Football
Basketball
Gaelic Football
Goalball
Handball
Hockey
Hurling
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Netball
Roller Hockey
Rugby League
Rugby Union
Water Polo
Dance Cricket
Rounders
Softball Archery
Badminton
Eton Fives
Golf
Racketball
Squash
Table Tennis
Tennis
Volleyball Figure Skating
Gymnastics
Rhythmic Gymnastics
Trampolining Boxing
Fencing
Judo
Karate
Tae Kwon Do Cross-Country Running
Cycling
Resistance Training
Rowing
Track and Field Athletics Canoeing/Kayaking
Hill Walking and Campcraft
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Orienteering
Sailing
Skiing
Snowboarding
Surfing
Rock Climbing
WindSurfing Any questions?? PREP
Research which sports you would like to do for your assessments.
Remember you need 4! Next lesson......Key Concepts in PE! To explore and experiment with techniques and tactics to produce an efficient and effective outcome.
KEY WORDS:
Imagination
Decision Making
Different Tactics The relationship between skill, the selection and application of skills, tactics and the readiness of the body and mind to cope with physical activity.

KEY WORDS:
Learned skills
Link movements
Effectively
Mental Approach Competence Performance Using physical competence and knowledge and understanding of physical activity to produce effective outcomes when participating in physical activity.

KEY WORDS:
Task Related
Understanding of the game
Effective Understanding the positive contribution that regular, fit for purpose activity makes to the mental and physical health of an individual.

KEY WORDS:
Link between physical activity and health
Chemical
Less prone to illness Healthy Active Lifestyles TASK: Identify all the KEY CONCEPTS for physical education and give a practical example for each. Key Processes in Physical Education Essential physical and mental skills that pupils need to learn in order to make progress. Developing Skills and Techniques Decision Making Physical and Mental Capacity Evaluating and Improving Informed Choices about Active, Healthy Lifestyles Developing Skills in PE Refine and Adapt skills into techniques Developing a range of skills to use Precision, control and fluency in skills Decision Making Select and use tactics and strategies effectively in different creative, competitive and challenging situations. Refine and adapt ideas in response to changing circumstances. Recognising hazards and making decisions about how to control them. Physical and Mental Capacity Developing the physical strength, stamina, speed and flexibility to cope with the demands of different activities.

The mental determination to succeed. Evaluating and Improving Analyse performance in physical activities and identifying strengths and weaknesses. Making decisions about how to improve your own and others performances and acting upon these decisions. Important that you understand what the performer wants to achieve. TASK: Identify 2 strengths and 2 weaknesses for your own sport. Then explain how you might be able to improve them. Informed Choices on Healthy Lifestyle Identify the best types of physical activity that are suited to you and the types of role you might like to take on. Making choices about the involvement in healthy physical activity. Prep! Answer the following questions on today's lesson:

1. What is meant by the decision making process in physical education? (3 marks)
2. Identify and explain three processes in physical education and describe an activity where they might be shown. (6 marks)
3. Describe the concept Creativity in physical education, giving practical examples throughout your answer. (4 marks) ****IN FOR NEXT MONDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER!**** Finally.... Copy down the pyramid and fill in the sections. What you have learnt today... What you have been reminded of... What you would like to know more about... Developing Skills and Techniques Key Process 1 The specification demands that you are able to describe these skills and also to show how each can be measured and analysed. Use your practical experience in lessons and clubs to help you with these descriptions. Developing Skills and Techniques Fundamental Motor Skills When a player performs, for example, a pass in football, he or she shows a technically good movement. This movement is called a motor skill. Fundamental skills are skills such as: THROWING, CATCHING, RUNNING AND KICKING. These skills are the platform for which we can build the more advanced skills needed in our chosen sports. Developed during 'toddler years' and is the main basis of many types of physical activity. Running Technique of running is often decided on whether fast short distance running is required or a slower longer distance running. Poor running technique can lead to injuries. Essential for many physical activities especially those that involve a ball. Throwing Events such as the shot put and discus orginated from Greece over 2,000 years ago! Throwing is not just about brute strength but more about the correct, fluent technique. If not thrown correctly, athletes can cause serious injury to themselves or others when participating in sports such as the javelin. Used in a variety of physical activities, the most common being football. Correct technique and accuracy are the most important elements of this motor skill. Kicking What we will be looking at:

- Decision making in a range of physical activities
- Decision making within different roles
- The importance of abiding by rules and
etiquette/sportsmanship Come up with an example of a decision that may be made for each of the different types of physical activities Watch the video and think about what decisions are being made Invasion Games Netball Which pass to make to a team mate

Target Games Golf Choice of shot depending on the weather conditions

Athletic Activities Cross country Pacing your run and knowing when to speed up for the finish

OAA Orienteering Which route to follow Simply playing a sport or exercising is only one way of being actively involved in sport and physical activity - what other roles could you take on? Performer:
Your role may be to score goals or follow instructions in an exercise class What other types of officials are there (e.g. timekeeper) and what decisions might officials have to make? What decisions is Robson making?
e.g. Reading opponent's serve Official Leader/Coach What decisions do we make and what skills do we need to fill our role successfully? Good and Bad Sportmanship It is important to respond appropriately when participating in different roles in physical activity Why is it important to follow rules/codes of behaviour and use sportmandship/ettiquette when participating in sport?
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