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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

Opportunities for further involvement


Player performer

  • 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


Opportunities for further involvement

TACTICS -

TECHNIQUE -


Organiser

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


Organiser1

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


Leader coach

  • 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


C horeographer

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


Official

  • 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

Vocational opportunities


Why did you take gcse pe

Why did you take GCSE PE?


What various vocations could be considered in the sport leisure industry

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


Sports performers

What are the differences between:

  • Professional

  • Amateur

  • Semi-professional

Sports performers


Opportunities for further involvement

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


Semi professional

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


Opportunities for further involvement

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


Person a

  • 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


Person b

  • 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


Home learning

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.

Home Learning


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