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Opportunities for further involvement. Primarily concerned with developing the ability to make effective plans to improve performance When are you a player? When are you a performer? In order to bring about improvements in your performance you need good…………………………….. WHAT?. Player/performer.

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Opportunities for further involvement


  • Primarily concerned with developing the ability to make effective plans to improve performance

  • When are you a player?

  • When are you a performer?

    In order to bring about improvements in your performance you need good…………………………….. WHAT?

Player/performer


TACTICS -

TECHNIQUE -


Involves bringing together all the main ingredients at the right time at the right place in order to maximise promotion, participation & high-quality performance

What does an organiser have to be good at?

ORGANISER


Be competent in managing & organising:

  • Facilities

  • Time

  • Personnel

  • Funds at time

    They also work at different levels & undertake quite a large range of duties & responsibilites

Organiser


  • Specialist in an activity

  • Responsible for preparing a player in skill acquisition, correct technique, physical or mental state

  • Influence individuals or groups to achieve set goals or behaviour in sport

  • Know different styles of leadership

  • Basic communication skills

Leader/coach


The designer or arranger of some sort of staged dance or other performances

  • Need to be aware of the techniques of choreography

  • Be able to assess levels or standards of performance

Choreographer


  • Controls the activity

  • Interprets the rules, laws or regulations

  • Checks equipment

    In this role you can be:

  • Referee/umpire

  • Judge

  • Marshall/steward

  • Scorer/timekeeper/recorder

Vital that you know the rules & regulations

Official


Vocational opportunities


Why did you take GCSE PE?


What various vocations could be considered in the ‘sport & leisure industry’?


What are the differences between:

  • Professional

  • Amateur

  • Semi-professional

Sports performers


Professional

Amateur

Takes part in sport as a pastime or hobby

Do not get paid

Take part for the enjoyment factor

In some activities it is actually forbidden for an amateur to receive any money at all

  • Takes part in sport for their livelihood


Combination of both – someone that might have a job but who also takes part in sport for payment

  • Usually work full-time & play sport in their spare time – but some work part-time so that they can train & play over a longer period

    Some sports are OPEN SPORTS

An activity that allows both amateurs & professionals to compete together

Semi - professional


There are various loopholes that enable amateur players to receive money and there are even shamateursin many sports as well!

Some of these loops holes include:

Universities & colleges offer sport scholarships, which then allow full-time sport to be carried out


  • Name 5 physical activity roles? Performer, official, chorographer, leader/coach, organiser

  • What is a shamateur? Someone who competes in an amateur sport but who receives illegal payment

  • What is a professional? Takes part in sport for their livelihood – get paid as a full-time job

  • What does an organiser have to ensure? Brings together all the ingredients at the right time, in the right place. Manages & organisers facilities, time & funds

  • Name 2 loopholes of how players can receive money. Sponsorship deals, occupations, expenses payments, scholarships

Person A


  • As an official you can be what? State 3. – referee/umpire, judge, marshal/steward, scorer/timekeeper/recorder

  • Name 4 careers opportunities in the sport & leisure industry. PE teacher, coach, trainer, physiotherapist, sports management, personal trainer

  • What is an open sport? An activity that allows both amateurs & professionals to compete together

  • What is an amateur? Takes part in sport as a hobby, not paid, usually has a job

  • Name the other 2 loopholes that your partner didn’t mention of how players can receive money. Sponsorship deals, occupations, expenses payments, scholarships

Person B


Create a poster/booklet advertising the variety of further qualifications that are available relating to PE and sport

Use page 112 & 113 to help you 

Make sure you know about each as I will be testing you next lesson.

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