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IGCSE Physical Education - Introduction

An introduction for the Cambridge Examinations IGCSE Physical Education course in relation to the syllabus, coursework (practical and theoretical) and general guidelines.
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Rob Myatt

on 26 February 2014

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Transcript of IGCSE Physical Education - Introduction

3.1. Leisure & Recreation

3.2. Facilities, Partipation & Excellence

3.3. Global Events

3.4. Media

3.5. Access to Sport
Unit 3: Reasons & Opportunities for Participation in Physical Activity
2.1. Health

2.2. Diet

2.3. Games & Safe Practice

2.4. Injuries

2.5. Exercise & Training
Unit 2: Health, Safety & Training
1.1. Skill

1.2. Motivation & Mental Preparation

1.3. Skeleton & Joints

1.4. Muscle & Tendons

1.5. Circulatory & Respiratory Systems

1.6. Fitness

1.7. Physique

1.8. Drugs
Unit 1: Factors affecting performance
Introductory Presentation
FOUR
practical activities/sports from
SEVEN
categories.
Practical Coursework
Assessment Breakdown
COURSEWORK
Planning, Performing & Evaluating
(Practical)

Analysis & Improving
(Written)


THEORY
Written Exam (1h 45m)
IGCSE
Physical Education

- 50%

- 10%


- 40%
Any
questions
? ? ?
First things first...
EVERYBODY
will still have 2 lessons of P.E. a week in Year 10 & 11!
National Curriculum = mandatory!

IGCSE P.E. is an
ADDITIONAL
3 lessons per week.
2 Theoretical
1 Practical
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