OCR PE for GCSE

Inspire, motivate and give your students confidence at GCSE PE with this textbook endorsed by OCR.Written by an experienced teacher, OCR PE for GCSE provides your students with the skills and knowledge they need. Clear and accessible, it covers Key Concepts and Key Processes of Physical Education as well as Opportunities and Pathways for Involvement in Physical Activity, explaining complex terms simply and engaging students so that they can apply their understanding at this level. - Keep students on track with the specification requirements with stated learning goals and 'What you need to know' sections in each chapter - Increase students' confidence with expert tips and opportunities to practice exam-style questions such as multiple-choice and short-answer questions - Aid the understanding of required vocabulary with key words highlighted throughout - Link students' knowledge to their practical assessment work with relevant examples - Broaden student's knowledge of important areas on the OCR GCSE specification with useful websites Also available for purchase is OCR PE for GCSE Dynamic Learning, which provides teachers with a wealth of networkable and interactive resources including animations demonstrating anatomical and physiological structures and processes and exciting interactivities that challenge students and help them to consolidate their own learning.
Author:
John Honeybourne
Format:
Paperback

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Inspire, motivate and give your students confidence at GCSE PE with this textbook endorsed by OCR.Written by an experienced teacher, OCR PE for GCSE provides your students with the skills and knowledge they need. Clear and accessible, it covers Key Concepts and Key Processes of Physical Education as well as Opportunities and Pathways for Involvement in Physical Activity, explaining complex terms simply and engaging students so that they can apply their understanding at this level. - Keep students on track with the specification requirements with stated learning goals and 'What you need to know' sections in each chapter - Increase students' confidence with expert tips and opportunities to practice exam-style questions such as multiple-choice and short-answer questions - Aid the understanding of required vocabulary with key words highlighted throughout - Link students' knowledge to their practical assessment work with relevant examples - Broaden student's knowledge of important areas on the OCR GCSE specification with useful websites Also available for purchase is OCR PE for GCSE Dynamic Learning, which provides teachers with a wealth of networkable and interactive resources including animations demonstrating anatomical and physiological structures and processes and exciting interactivities that challenge students and help them to consolidate their own learning.

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Author:
John Honeybourne
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton
Imprint:
Hodder Education
ISBN:
9780340983300
Audience:
Schools & Educational
Additional Format:
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
Pages:
180
Width (mm):
214
Length (mm):
278
Additional Info:
John Honeybourne has taught both GCSE and A-level PE for many years. He is currently an educational consultant and works as both an Ofsted Inspector for sport and an Advanced Skills Teacher Assessor.
Table of Contents:
SECTION 1: KEY CONCEPTS AND KEY PROCESSES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Chapter 1 An introduction to the concepts and processes in physical education Concepts * Competence * Performance * Creativity * Healthy, Active Lifestyles Processes * Developing skills and techniques * Decision making * Physical and mental capacity * Evaluating and improving * Making informed choices about active, healthy lifestyles Chapter 2 Developing skills and techniques * Goal * Methods of learning skills * Feedback * Motivation * Setting Chapter 3 Decision-making in different roles * Different types of decision making in physical activities * Participating in different roles Chapter 4.1 Physical and mental capacity: fitness * Components of fitness * Importance of warm-up and cool down Chapter 4.2 Physical and mental capacity: the skeletal system * The skeletal system * Joints * Ranges of movement * Associated problems with joints Chapter 4.3 Physical and mental capacity: the muscular system * Muscular system * Tendons * Effects of lactic acid * Mental preparation Chapter 5 Evaluating and improving * Characteristics of skilled and unskilled movement * Performance and outcome goals * Assessing the body's readiness for exercise Chapter 6.1 Making informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles: well-being * Characteristics of a healthy balanced lifestyle * The healthy diet * Factors affecting performance and participation in physical activity * Measures/indicators of health and well-being * Methods of exercise and training Chapter 6.2 Making informed choices about healthy, active lifestyles: exercise * Short term and long term effects of exercise * Exercise and training principles * Aerobic and anaerobic training * Effective exercise in a safe and positive environment SECTION 2 OPPORTUNITIES, PATHWAYS AND PARTICIPATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Chapter 7 Levels of participation in sport and physical activity * Trends of participation * Media influences * Sponsorship and funding Chapter 8 Reasons for participation and non-participation in physical activities and following an active, healthy lifestyle * Reasons for participation * Reasons for non-participation * Local and national provision * Olympic organisations Chapter 9 Specific social, cultural and locational reasons affecting participation * Positive and negative effects on participation * Current government initiatives to promote active, healthy lifestyles Chapter 10 School influences on participation * The role of the school curriculum in promoting an active healthy lifestyle * Processes in the curriculum affecting participation * The influences of schools on participation Chapter 11 Identification and description of pathways for involvement in physical activity Bibliography Index
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520

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