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1.4 Sport specific schemes and Assessment 1

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Transcript of 1.4 Sport specific schemes and Assessment 1

Using the selected reading
describe (P1)
how this relates to the
sports development continuum
and
cross cutting agendas

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World cup - geography
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Unit 6
Checking for learning
Yamana
Paige
Ryan
Chloe
Dan
Billy
Ricardo
Lewis
Sophie
Shannon
Checking for learning
Yamana
Paige
Ryan
Chloe
Dan
Billy
Ricardo
Lewis
Sophie
Shannon
Objective 1

Objective 2

Tuesday 13th October

Session aim:
Know how the Sports Development continuum is connected to specific sporting schemes
Objective 3


Recognise the sports specific schemes that relate to the sports development continuum



Formative Assessment 1

Introduce and plan Assessment 1


Key words for today:

Foundation
Participation
Performance
Excellence
ABC's
Communities
Sport England
UK Sport



Activity 1
EXTENSION TASK: (m1)

CAN YOU NOW
EXPLAIN
YOUR ANSWERS ?
SWIMMING
Foundation:-
The foundation stage for swimming can vary for different people as many don't learn to swim until they are much older, but generally children will learn to swim from a very young age.
The British Gas Learn To Swim Programme provides the foundation stage of the sports development pyramid for swimmers. It's purpose is to develop early years water confidence, encouraged through sessions such as 'adult and child' and pre-school sessions. At foundation, emphasis is on the development of very basic motor skills with an introduction to water and the
swimming environment through fun and games.
Sponsored by Kellogg's, ASA certificates and
badges are awarded to encourage participation
and reward hard work and improvement. These
include the Duckling Award, Swim A Song Awards
and Alpha Step, which is aimed at those that have
additional needs.
To progress from foundation to participation a swimmer should
have achieved all of the badges and certificates, demonstrating they are capable of progression. They should have the confidence to be able to take part in a teacher lead session without requiring parents to be present, and be able to get into the pool by themselves.
Participation:-
The next development for swimming continues to be run by the British Gas Learn to Swim programme, and is split into 7 stages. These stages take the participants through actions based on developing skills, movement in the water and having fun. This includes safety awareness and skills such as entry to the water, understanding buoyancy and coordinating breathing.



World Class Swimming Programme (WCSP) is another swimming programme run by British Gas. It is funded by UK Sport and aims to identify, develop and support talented athletes in winning medals at major sporting events globally, culminating every four years in Olympic and Paralympic Games. To ensure the UK's most talented athletes maximise their chances UK Sport has devised a three level World Class Pathway:
Podium
Development
Talent
To progress from performance to elite an athlete would usually be selected by England talent squads, which generally happens if you finish in the top ten at a national competition, or if talent pathways spot major improvements in your swimming.
Once a swimmer has completed stages 1-7 of the ASA Learn To Swim Framework they are ready to progress to the performance stage of the sports participation pyramid.

This would normally involve joining a local swimming club where you may begin by continuing with the ASA Learn to Swin programme to complete stages 8-10. Stages 8-10 are called the FUNdamental Sports Skills of the British Gas ASA Learn to Swim Pathway. They are discipline specific and build upon the swimming skills learned in stages 1-7. They have been developed with the grass roots programmes of individual sports, so are ideal if participants want to take up competitive swimming, water polo, synchro or diving.

It can take a long time to progress through the performance stage in swimming as it is very competitive and athletes are of a very high standard. You would begin by competing at county level, for example county championships, where you would qualify for regional,; in which you would then compete against the rest of your region that involves the best swimmers of Great Britain.

To progress from performance to elite you should be part of a strongly-based swimming club that have other athletes competing at national and inter-county/regional competitions. The more a club is able to support you with training sessions and extra land based sessions out of the pool the more likely you are to succeed.
Objective 1

Objective 2

Tuesday 13th October

Session aim:
Know how the Sports Development continuum is connected to specific sporting schemes
Objective 3


Recognise the sports specific schemes that relate to the sports development continuum



Formative Assessment 1

Introduce and plan Assessment 1


28-10-14
Key words for today:

Foundation
Participation
Performance
Excellence
ABC's
Communities
Sport England
UK Sport



Activity 2
P
1,
M
1

1) Using three different sports and making links to the sports development continuum, describe three sports-development schemes in action P
1
2) Compare and contrast three examples of the sports development continuum, involving three different sports identifying strengths and areas for improvement M
1

1) You could use local or national schemes, but ensure there is plenty of data to use

2) To meet the the requirements of M1, make sure you make links to the sports development continuum, evaluate cross cutting agendas and highlight complementary aims. Select your criteria for comparing and contrasting carefully and ensure their is plenty of data to use
Grading tips
Objective 1

Objective 2

Tuesday 13th October

Session aim:
Know how the Sports Development continuum is connected to specific sporting schemes
Objective 3


Recognise the sports specific schemes that relate to the sports development continuum



Formative Assessment 1

Introduce and plan Assessment 1



28-10-14
Key words for today:

Foundation
Participation
Performance
Excellence
ABC's
Communities
Sport England
UK Sport



Task 1

Describe in detail three examples of the sports development continuum from three different sports,

Sports Development Continuum
 Definition


Levels
 Foundation
 Participation
 Performance
 Excellence
Purpose
 Progression

Appropriateness
 Target Groups
 Communities

Cross Cutting Agendas
 Pro-Health
 Pro-Education
 Anti- Drug
 Anti-Crime
 Regeneration

Overall introduction of the continuum, purpose,
appropriateness,
each stage of the model
Cross Cutting Agendas
for each sport relate to each stage of the continuum: include specific schemes for each stage, world class programme,

What is the appropriateness of the schemes ?
How are the schemes / levels targeting these ?
Task 2
Give a detailed account of any similarities and differences that you can see between the three examples that you have chosen.
List any strengths that you identify from the three examples of the sports development continuum (schemes that you have used/ each section of the continuum).

Repeat this process for any areas that the examples that you have used could be improved. This could be conducted in a table format.
write up of the differences and similarities of the three sports
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