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Copy of Influences on Healthy, Active Lifestyles - Edexcel GCSE Physical Education
Transcript of Copy of Influences on Healthy, Active Lifestyles - Edexcel GCSE Physical Education
Physical Education INFLUENCES ON YOUR HEALTHY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE People Family
Peers Role Models Image Fashion
Media Coverage Question:
How can IMAGE influence
your participation in sport? Cultural Q: Matt is 12 years old and disabled.
What factors might prevent him from taking part in sport?
Q: How can fashion influence Jess to play tennis? DISABILITY Opportunities
Role Models Gender What are the barriers for
women taking part in elite
level sport as participants,
coaches and officials? Lack of role models
Sexism - Sian Massey example
Professional Sport? Pay?
Opportunities Resources Access - do you have access to local facilities? Availability - are facilities and opportunities readily available? Location - do you live near local sports facilities? Time - Do you have the time for sport? Illness - are you well enough to play sport? Health Problems - do you have any health problems that limit your participation? Cost - do you have the money? Status/Class - are you limited by your social status?
Golf, Tennis, Polo? Different Roles
in Physical Education LEADERSHIP OFFICIATING VOLUNTEERING TASK In your groups, think of the
qualities you need to be a successful leader, official and volunteer.
If you took on the role of leader, official or coach, how might this enrich your participation in sport? Foundation Participation Performance Elite At foundation level – young children are introduced to sport and learn basic movement skills and a positive attitude to physical activity through a wide variety of activities, possibly through their schools pe programme. At participation level – youngsters choose to take part in selected activities for enjoyment and friendships, as well as for health and fitness. This may be through extra-curricular school activities, local centres and clubs. At performance level – participants are committed to performing in formally organised activities at higher club and regional levels. They are keen to improve their standard, train regularly and receive coaching. At elite level – elite performers represent their country in national and international competition. They will be fully committed to their sport, and will, in some cases, train full time and receive financial, administrative, medical and personal support. SPORTS PARTICIPATION PYRAMID Who do you think are the
major influences on Tom Daley? How does David Beckham's IMAGE influence young people's
participation in sport? L.O. To be able to discuss 3 influences that can affect
participation in sport and physical activity. Family: Children often take part in
the same sports as their parents played.
They can also be influenced by an older brother
or sister. PEERS:
Your peer group can influence the sports you choose to participate/play. You are more likely to be more successful and enjoy playing with your friends. ROLE MODELS Role models: sportsmen and women success in their sports often acts as an inspiration to follow in their footsteps. Fashion: Some children will be influenced to take part in
sports so that they can wear certain clothing and brands that maybe their sports heroes where! Media: The media coverage of sports can influence participation. The London marathon is covered by Television and newspapaers and its coverage inspires many to enter for the next years race. Recap of previous learning Age In most sport it is good to start at a young age, although some competitive events have age restrictions e.g. London Marathon age restricted to being over 18 to take part.
As people get older family, work, responsibilities, as
well as health problems prevent adults in participating in sport. How old is he? Health and well-being Socio-Economic