Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 76828a-MWYzN



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE

Description:

Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE Preparation of the Body September Assessment Today we will September Assessment Feedback DON T PANIC I M NOT GOING TO MAKE ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:15
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 17
Provided by: Grae97
Learn more at: http://www.kirkintilloch.e-dunbarton.sch.uk
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE


1
Intermediate 2 / Higher Grade PE
  • Preparation of the Body
  • September Assessment

2
Today we will
  • September Assessment Feedback
  • DONT PANIC IM NOT GOING TO MAKE YOU COPY OUT
    FOUR MODEL ANSWERS.
  • You will have homework that relates to the test
    however

3
Today we will
  • Look at how to plan our answers.
  • Look at structuring of our answers
  • Content required in each answer

4
Planning our answer
  • 4 Questions in 50 minutes
  • 4 x 10 minutes (roughly) 40 minutes (roughly)
  • Remaining 10 minutes.
  • PLAN and READ ANSWERS

5
a) Physical, skill related and mental fitness are
all required for successful performance. With
reference to your chosen activity, explain why
one aspect of each of these types of fitness is
important.
  • Identify Key words
  • One aspect of each of these types Physical,
    Skill Related and Mental
  • CONTENT
  • Introduction Explain that football is fast
    fluctuating game, each position has different
    requirements.
  • Name the position you play. Explain what your
    main responsibilities are
  • Explain that ____________ is main aspect of
    physical fitness.
  • Define what ____________ is.
  • Give performance related examples of why you
    need_____________.
  • Explain that AGILITY is main aspect of skill
    related fitness.
  • Define what AGILITY is.
  • Give performance related examples of why you need
    agility.
  • Explain that ____________ is main aspect of
    mental fitness.
  • Define what ____________ is.
  • Give performance related examples of why you
    need_____________.

6
Physical fitness example
  • As a central midfield player having a high level
    of CRE is very important for effective
    performance.
  • CRE is concerned with the efficiency of the heart
    and lungs. If I have good CRE then I can ensure
    a sufficient supply of oxygen reaches the working
    muscles over the entire 90 minute game.
  • This is particularly important to my role as a
    central midfield player because I am expected to
    cover large areas of the pitch. It is my
    responsibility to track opponents back into
    defence in addition to having the energy to get
    up the pitch and support the attack when we win
    the ball back. If my CRE is better than my
    opponents then towards the end of the game I will
    be able to get away from them more easily making
    me an unmarked option in attack.

7
Skill-related fitness
  • An aspect of skill-related fitness which is
    important in my role as central midfielder is
    agility.
  • Agility is the ability to move the body quickly
    and precisely. It requires both speed and
    flexibility.
  • Good agility helps me to quickly change direction
    and accelerate into a space. This could make me
    available for a pass from my team-mates and could
    help create an overload in attack because I have
    lost my marker. Being agile also helps me
    dribble past opponents as I can change speed and
    direction more quickly.

8
Mental fitness paragraph
  • In my role as central midfielder in football it
    is important that I keep my level of arousal at a
    moderate level.
  • Arousal refers to how motivated you are during
    your performance.
  • If my arousal is too low, maybe due to fatigue or
    my mind being elsewhere, then I may not try hard
    enough to make the long runs up pitch to support
    the attack making my team less likely to score
    important goals. In addition being overly
    aroused cold result in me being anxious or
    stressed. This would be bad because I need to be
    calm and composed on the ball to execute my
    passing game effectively.

9
b) Select an aspect of physical fitness.
Describe the methods you used to gather
information on this aspect. Explain why the
methods were appropriate.
  • Identify Key words
  • Describe methods you used - Why methods were
    appropriate
  • CONTENT (the story of what you did)
  • Introduction
  • Two types of testing Outwith Within
  • Firstly Outwith
  • Describe how you used Time Related Observation
    Schedule.
  • Explain why Time Related Observation Schedule was
    appropriate
  • Secondly Within two standardised tests
  • Describe the two standardised tests. Explain why
    each was appropriate.

10
HOW and WHY of Time Related Observation Schedule
HOW used TROS WHY used TROS
90 minute game Realistic, assessed in game like situation as a real game is 90 minutes.
Competitive game, opponent similar ability Accurate, reliable data, true picture of ability, not to easy or challenging, will be motivated.
Video recorded Video allowed accurate completion of TROS. Football is fast paced with video can pause and rewind. Dont miss anything. Get a true reflection of performance.
TROS Provided permanent written feedback. Used to retest. Assess how perform in game situation. Specifically assessed in midfield.
Assessed in 5 Minute Interval Identify exactly when level of performance drops in game.
Walk, Jog, Mid pace, Sprint Identify changes in intensity of movement. Identify how drop in fitness level affects performance.
11
WHY use the two Standardised Tests
  • Speed Endurance
  • 10,25,50m sprint tests (speed)
  • KHS Derived Speed Endurance Test
  • Cardio Respiratory Endurance
  • 12 Minute Cooper Run (CONTINUOUS TEST)
  • Multi Stage Fitness Test (MAXIMAL TEST)
  • Knowledge of activity doesnt influence
    performance in test.
  • Unlike actual game no variables that you cant
    control.
  • Specific to aspect of fitness.
  • Raw quantitative data. Measure and compare
    scores with retest data.
  • Are standardised results, compare with national
    averages.
  • Raw scores can be used to set intensity in week
    12 of training programme.

12
C) Describe, in detail the content of a training
programme where you focused on the aspect of
fitness identified in Part (b) to develop your
performance.
  • Identify Key words
  • Content of a training Programme
  • CONTENT
  • Task 1
  • Using the notes from last weeks classroom lesson
    create your own bullet point plan to answer the
    question. Then we will compare the plans with
    mine. A hint for you, my plan has eight points.

13
C) Describe, in detail the content of a training
programme where you focused on the aspect of
fitness identified in Part (b) to develop your
performance.
  • Identify Key words
  • Content of a training Programme
  • CONTENT
  • Introduction
  • Phase of training
  • Method of training
  • Target setting linked to training outwith
    activity
  • Principles of training
  • Example of Week 12 of training session
  • How you applied Progressive Overload Describe
    Weeks 34
  • Two weeks from Competition Phase of Season, so
    training very game like Describe Weeks 56

14
d) Why is it important to monitor and review your
programme of work.
  • Identify Key words
  • Why important - Monitor and Review Programme of
    work
  • CONTENT
  • Introduction
  • How you monitored your performance
  • Why it was important to monitor and review
  • Specificity set work level
  • Progression how much to overload by / when to
    overload
  • Record of work
  • Motivation

15
Why important to monitor and review programme
  • It let me check to see if my training method was
    appropriate and set at the correct level
  • Would tell me if my intensity levels were set
    correctly
  • I was able to check my current level against my
    last set of results to track my progression
  • With my second set of test results this shows
    that the overload I have undertaken in my
    training programme has worked and as the weeks
    progress we are improving my CRE / SE
  • To ensure my overload was progressive and set on
    my current level, I used the data from my interim
    testing to guide the levels/degree of overload in
    my programme in the coming weeks
  • This ensured I was progressing smoothly as
    training was based on my current level of ability
    and attainment. Ensuring the principal of
    specificity was maintained
  • I was able to get internal feedback by how I felt
    during my pre season training programme and pre
    season games.
  • To keep track of both the work I completed and
    how I intrinsically felt I keep a training diary
  • This at times allowed me to see over the micro
    cycle of a week how I felt and tracked my
    progression towards the next part of the training
    year- the start of the session
  • I felt progressively overloading my programme
    allowed me to monitor the small developments in
    my fitness as I worked towards my overall goal
    motivating

16
Homework Task 1
  • Due Monday 18th October
  • Task 1
  • Using todays feedback, the plans provided and
    your notes jotter redo all questions which you
    got half marks or less in.
  • Task 2
  • Will be issued tomorrow
About PowerShow.com