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Sports Leaders Level 2 - Year 12

Course Outline and suggestions of how to complete each of the criteria. Students are able to add notes, images and diagrams to this prezi and use it as a portfolio of the course.
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Transcript of Sports Leaders Level 2 - Year 12

Sports Leaders - Level 2
Unit 1 -
Plan
,
lead
and
evaluate
a sport/activity session
Evaluate a sport/activity session

-
Evaluate the session
and use for the future.
- Evaluate the
role
they played.
Plan a sport / activity session

- Prepare
facilities
- Prepare
equipment
- Manage
participants
Understand what feedback is and how to give it

-
Purpose
of feedback
- Variety of
methods
-
Appropriate
methods
Lead a series of sport/activity sessions

- leading sessions to people that are
appropriate

to the age/ability
Lead a minimum of 10 hours of sport/activity sessions using the plans appropriate to the age/ability of the participants

-
Communication methods
Understand the skills, qualities and values that a leader will need

- Describe
skills, qualities
and
values
that an effective leader has.

-
Positive/negative outcomes
not having the above skills, qualities and values.
Unit 2
-
Developing leadership skills
Manage participant
behaviour

- Describe
types of behaviour
which are and are
not acceptable
(Leader/participant)
- Agree
expectations
with participants.
- a
ppropriate methods or interventions
to manage unacceptable behaviour.
Motivate participants

-
need to motivate
participants and the results that a l
ack of motivation
.
-
range
of ways
.

-
positive and negativ
e outcomes of using each type of motivational tool.
- range of
motivation methods
UNIT 3 – Lead activities which
promote a healthy lifestyle
Identify the factors that
contribute to a healthy lifestyle

- Describe how the following factors
may
affect a person’s health and
fitness
:

• Exercise
• Smoking
• Drugs
• Alcohol
• Diet
• Age
• Environment
Plan, lead and
review a session
designed to
increase
a participants’ heart
rate through physical activity
-
Plan
an activity session which is designed to increase participants’ heart rate
-
Lead
the session to increase a participants heart rate.
-
Review
your session.
-
Suggest improvements
for next time.
UNIT 4
– Making activity sessions
inclusive

Understand
what inclusion is
.

- how participants may have
diverse learning needs
.
- Explain a
range of inclusion methods
.
-
Plan, lead and
evaluate
a multi skills session.
- Understand
what multi skills are
and explain why they are important.
-
Plan
a multi skills session
-
Lead
a multi skills session
-
Evaluate
a multi skills session
Lead
an activity
session that is
fully inclusive
.
-
Adapt
sport/activity sessions
- Describe different
types of activity to
include
:
• Competitive
• Co-operative
• Problem Solving
• Mini Games
UNIT 5 - Positive
role models
in sport
Understand what is appropriate
sporting behaviour

- Explain what is/not appropriate for
participants/official/coach/spectator.
- Positive/negative sporting behaviour
influence on society
Understand how a
Sports Leader could make use of their position
as a positive role model
-
Why
they may be
perceived
as a positive role model
-
Responsibility
coming with being positive.
-
How leaders
may use their position.
Identify
a positive
sporting role model
-
Positive
sporting role models
- People who
use their position
as a role model.
UNIT 6
– Organise and deliver sports event or competition
Understand the

different types of events and competitions
.
-
Differences
between an event and a competition
- Compare the
different event/competition formats
and describe any advantages/disadvantages for the participants.
Take
part in the planning
of an event or competition:
-
roles and
responsibilities
needed to plan and
lead
an event or competition.
-
own role and assist
in the planning
Assist in the leadership
of an
event or competition:
-
umpire/referee
.
- Assist in the leadership.
- Build good working relationships with the other members of the group.
Evaluate an event or competition.
- Evaluate the success of the event or competition.
- Outline the role that they played in the management of the event or competition.
- Give examples of how the
evaluation will be used when leading future events or competitions
Know the provision
of sport and
recreation at a local,
regional and national level.

- Identify different organisations and the role they play in the delivery of sport at the following levels:
• Local
• Regional
• National
- Describe the organisation of a specific sport from grassroots participation upwards.
- Describe the role that a Sports Leader can play in the provision of sport and recreation.
- Identify opportunities for further education and training within sport and recreation
UNIT 7 – Pathways in sport and recreation
UNIT 8 – Using leadership skills
Understand the
range of leadership opportunities within the organisation.
- Carry out an audit of current leadership opportunities
Act as a mentor.
- Understand what a mentor is.
- Explain how a mentor system could work to benefit the organisation
- Carry out duties associated with being a mentor.
Expand the range of leadership
opportunities within the organisation.
- additional opportunities for leadership.
- Produce a strategy to increase leadership opportunities
- Put the strategy into action and evaluate the impact.
Lesson Plan with three components:
- Warm-up
- Main content
- Cool down

Three Ways of preparing facilities, equipment and participants.
Minimum of
10 hours
leading
Minimum of
3
communication methods
Minimum of
6
communication methods in feedback.
3
purposes of giving more feedback
2
feedback methods
I.D
3
feedback methods and demonstrate how appropriate they are.
3
positive aspects of the session
1
area for improvement
4
skills
4
qualities
4
values
Good leaders

ONE POSITIVE/NEGATIVE OF THE AREAS ABOVE
Why
is motivation important?
Lack of motivation = what? x
3 examples
.
Three
motivational methods
ONE
positive / negative
motivational methods
Demonstrate
3
methods
when leading
Five
behaviours that are/not acceptable

for:
- leader/participant
Produce an agreed contract.
Three
interventions to manage behaviour.
Minimum of
one
affect
One
session
Minimum of
10 minutes
, visual signs of raised
heart rate
.
Evaluate -
one good/bad
.
One
area for improvement
Three
different learning requirements, how these will affect session
Three
inclusion methods - learning requirements identified
Minimum of
three
ways to adapt a sport/activity.
Describe
each type
of activity
Explain multi skills using
ABC system
One reason why multi skills are important
Plan
one session
.
Minimum of
15 minute session
.
3
positive aspects of multi skills
1
area for improvement
Four
sporting behaviour for each role
Two
behaviours that are not acceptable
How
two positive/negative
sporting behaviours influence society
One
positive sporting role models
Two
skills / qualities / values of the role model
Two
uses of their position to help others
Three
factors why leaders percieved to the be role model
Three
responsibilities of leaders.
Two
ways leaders can use their position.
Three
differences between an event and competition
Three
different event/competition formats.
Two advantages/disadvantages
for each
.
Four roles / Three responsibilities
for each when planning an event
.
Agree to a role and fulfill this for
one occassion
Umpire/referee on
three occassions
One
role for at least
one occassion
.
Implement at least
Five
sports leaders values.
Self/peer evaluate on
one
occassion
Three positives aspects,
One
are for improvement.
Evaluate own role
-
three
positive /
one
aspect requiring improvement.
Three
organisations for each level
List
three
roles within the delivery of sport
Select
one
organisation
Three
roles sports leaders can play.
Three
other education and training opportunities
ID at
least three
existing leadership opportunities
ID Two potential leadership opportunities within organisation.
Select one and create a plan
Implement plan and evaluate the success - Three positive and one for improvement
Define purpose of a mentor - when skills could be used.
Example of how mentor could be used.
Act as a mentor as a mentor on Two occassions
You must log these in your information pack and have them signed and dated by a member of staff.
This must be either verbal or written - there must some evidence of this.
You must provide AT LEAST ONE lesson plan using the three main components.
These need to be mentioned when completing your evaluation.
This can be in the form of NOTES of WORKSHEETS
Draw an image of a GOOD and a BAD sports leader, labeling GOOD or BAD
Motivational worksheet
Notes, Lesson feedback, Lesson evaluation.
Class contributions, verbal feedback
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