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3.3 Unit 24 PE and the care of young people - structure a PE lesson
Transcript of 3.3 Unit 24 PE and the care of young people - structure a PE lesson
Unit 24: Physical Education and the care of young people
Be able to structure a lesson
of physical education
To show an understanding of
desgining learner focused
San Diego SS/ES GSS
Head to Head Competition
-Similar GSS cores
-Different Region/or Area
In pairs discuss and list What learner focused activities are ?
1. Desinged aroundthe needs of the group
2. Cater for the needs of varied learning styles
3. Lesson plans should show evidence of this called differentiation
Keys to Rhetorical Analysis
1. Identify Rhetorical Devices
3. Body Paragraph:
-2 or more!
+ at least 2 chunks each!
4. Don't forget Conclusion.
A FAMOUS AUTHOR, RICHARD CAINE MADE THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATION.
“ Many people believe that television violence has a negative effect
on society because it promotes violence
READ CAINE`S ASSERTION ABOVE AND WRITE AN ESSAY THAT EXAMINES THE EXTENT TO WHICH CAINE`S CHARACTERIZATION OF TELEVISION HOLDS TRUE TODAY. USE APPROPRIATE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT YOUR AUDIENCE.
Answer the question given to you and then hand back to me
Importance of observation
involvement of children and young people
Availability and use of resources
-Choose a Stance
Take up a position: DEFEND, CHALLENGE, or QUALIFY.
Just like the other essays:
1. Attention to Thesis
2. At least 2 Body Paragraphs
@ least 2 chunks each
3. Don't forget the Conclusion!
P.S. Use Personal Experience plus other types of evidence
Current and Historical Events - they tend to create more impact...
On the other hand........
Individual or Different needs
Some learners will have additional needs
This could be learning needs suchs as
- religous needs
Check Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agencie for more info (QCDA)
Bring back thesis
1. What is the best way you learn?
While Analyzing The Visual...
-Look for any strategies within the visual
-Relate the image with the prompt
-Analyze the image carefully
In fact, an unborn baby's heart begins to beat at 18 days. At 40 days she has measurable brain waves.
An unborn baby shouldn't be thrown away like a piece of tissue.
The facts in the visual provide a logic that makes pregnant women who have thoughts about having an abortion to take into consideration that ''an unborn baby's heart begins to beat at 18 days". So they can't just get rid of the baby like it's something worthless when they perfectly know it is alive.
The visual demostrates ethical appeal as it recognizes that babies should not be "disposed" like tissues since they are alive.
The picture of the baby in the visual shows emotional appeal as it despicts the fragile baby about to be deprived from his or her life without knowing it. The helpless baby is being treated as a tissue according to the visual and therefore causes a feeling of remorse in women thinking about abortion.
"BABIES ARE MIRACLES"
What is your learning style?
How would you define Differentiation ?
Flexible approach to teaching through the use of a range of activities
and assessment methods
This could be making activities harder for advanced learners or vice versa for weaker learners
work in pairs or groups
peer mentor/ assess work
assessing learning throughout the class
However it could also mean :
Allowing learners to use different styles
Remember: try to use as many varied methods as possible in your
lesson plans as it shows you trying to meet the needs of all your learners
Match the definitions with its correct title