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Goal Setting BTEC sport

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tom shaw

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By Tom Shaw

Developing Personal Fitness Goal Setting
Execution of Goal Setting
Practical Based Learning
Secondly Practical Based Activity To Improve An Individual Area Of Fitness In A Gym Facility Via The Implementation Of Goal Setting.
Lecture Based Teaching To Highlight;
-The Purpose Of Goal Setting
-Different Types Of Goal Setting (Short, Medium, Long Term
-How To Set Realistic Individual And Group Goals
Goal setting has the potential to take a theoretical subject and apply it in a practical sense
Students will be given a range of different physical events they can improve upon.
Student's in pairs, must then set their partner SMART goals and outline the dates they should be achieved by. Justifications of goals and deadlines will be required.
After a goal is met pupils must then record how long it took and the implications it had generally.
Learning Styles
Group Preference; Accommodating & Diverging
You Tube clips will be implemented to give the students a professional context to relate to
Teaching Styles
Learning Pyramid
Formative Assessment Strategies
AfL has been defined as: ‘the process of seeking and interpreting evidence for use by learners and their teachers to decide where the learners are in their learning, where they need to go and how best to get there’.
Summative Assessment Strategies
Edgar Dale ( 1946)
We Learn;
10% of what we Read
20% of what we Hear
30% of what we See
50% of what we Hear and See
70% of what we say
90% of what we Read, Hear, See, Say & Do

Mind Mapping
Applied learning methods include strategies that integrate job related or practical examples into the class room
Teachers should provide stimulating & meaningful teaching & learning strategies
Theory PE should be;
-Practical Fun & Creative
-Apply to real life
-Be varied
-Develop effective learners
Grout & Long (2009)
Edgar (1969)
Pritchard (2009)
Each pupil is different, every child brings unique knowledge, skills & attitudes formed by significant others in & away from school.
Capel, Leask & Turner (2005)
MacFadyen & Bailey (2002)
Practical Based Learning
Applied learning provides the means for pupils to put into action the theory they are learning by engaging them in real world situations
Experiential learning comprises a spiral of experiencing, reflection, generalising, applying or replanning & transferring learning (Realtes to Kolb)
Capel & Whitehead (2010)
Johnson (2004)
Assessment Reform Group (2002)
Mauch (2007)
Dodds, (2006)
1 to 1 Tutorials
Effective Questioning in the class room (Blooms Taxonomy)
See pack
Provides the learners with a visual aid to enhance deeper learning
Starter Task
Role Play
Group Discussion
Discussions allow students to develop critical thinking abilities and investigate questions that don't have simple answers
Physical education researchers have shown the value of Cooperative Learning in physical education
Dyson,Linehan, & Hastie, (2010)
Allan (2006: 3)
Butler & Hodge (2001)
King, Goodson & Rohani (1998)
Conforms to the Constructivist Theory in that learning is pupil centered.
Pupils require more than simply "making notes from a text book"
Presenting theory in practical ways can be particularly important in terms of keeping pupils interested and engaged in learning
Grout & Long (2009)
Carroll (2005)
Setting starter activities sets a good pace for the lesson ensuring the pupils are on task
Grout & Long (2009)
DfES (2004)
See Pack
To be successful in any task the pupils need to understand the task and possess the learning skills
Keeping students on a "crest of a wave"
Capel & WhiteHead (2010)
Kelman (1989)
Theory in to practical real world situations
Peer assessment includes more feedback, an improvement in learning, more sociability and more positive relationships between class mates
Kauchak & Eggen (1998)
Kretchmar (2005)
Student discussions stimulate thinking, challenge attitudes, beliefs and develops interpersonal skills
See Pack
See Pack
Professional Examples
Application of the theory to the experiences of elite sports performers will motivate pupils, develop their knowledge and understanding of the subject
Grout & Long (2009)
Gerad & Mathiot (2000)
Theory related sporting examples becomes more relevant to students and enhances their understanding of the topics key principles
Experiential learning comprises a spiral of experiencing, reflection, generalising, applying or re planning and transferring learning
Capel & Whitehead (2010)
Capel, Leask &Turner (2005)
Dyson, Griffin & Hastie (2004)
Each student is different, students bring unique knowledge, skills, and attitudes formed by
significant others and experiences.
Direct formative feedback is a strong motivator for students
See Pack
Higher-order thinking skills as one of the instructional areas that could be improved by using computers
The advantage of the written word is that it can be assessed outside the lesson in a more considered way and is a permanent record
According to its advocates, appropriate and regular assessment can make a substantial contribution to raising student achievement through higher standards and greater accountability .
A peer assessment (reciprocal teaching), when used as a learning task, can provide immediate substantive feedback to an individual
Are pupils aware of their preferred learning style?
Many educators believe that students rather than the teacher should be at the center of the teaching and learning process
Power Point Presentation
Intelligent behavior is “creative,” “flexible,” and “complex” whereas unintelligent behavior is “predictable,” “rigid,” and “simple”.
Assessment in the PE environment plays a critical part in the learning process
Gibbons & Kankkonen (2011)
Earl (2003)
Effective assessment empowers students to ask reflective questions and consider a range of strategies for acting upon feedback.
Many children can verbalize the evaluation and apply the criteria but have difficulty in the written form, as has been required for GCSE.
Effective use of ICT improves the amount of information students retain through visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning channels in physical education
Capel & Whitehead (2010)
Collins (2011)
ICT is changing the ways in which young people live their lives which is influencing educational development
See Pack
The uses of multimedia instructional tools will significantly enrich the teaching content that will become more dynamic and captivating
Physical education benefits from integration of ICT in making lessons more natural and real
In constructing lessons that optimize student participation and learning, expert teachers make effective and creative use of their environment (i.e., equipment, facilities, and supplies)
Manross & Templeton (1997)
Mosston & Ashworth (1990)
Cooperative- Increases motivation, time of task, student involvement & self esteem
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