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  1. GCSE 2009- Delivering the new specification in September 2009 Physical Education

  2. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE OVERVIEW GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE UNIT 2.2 Analysis of Performance 1 x 20 12% UNIT 2.1 Practical Activities 4 X 10 48% UNIT 1 Theory of PE 1 X 80 40%

  3. GCSE 2009 FULL COURSE UNIT 1The Theory of Physical Education * 10 multi choice questions * short answer questions * 3 scenario questions Total = 80 marks = 40%

  4. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE UNIT 2.1. Controlled assessment Practical Activities * 4 to be offered * at least 2 must be as Player /Participant * Activities must be chosen from 2 different areas * may select Leader and /or Official as an activity 4 X 10 = 40 = 48%

  5. GCSE PE 2009 FULL COURSE UNIT 2.2. Controlled Assessment Analysis of Performance* Rules, regulations and terminology 4 marks * Observe and analyse performance 4 marks * Evaluate performance 4 marks * Plan strategies, tactics and practices 4 marks * Plan a Personal Exercise Programme 4 marks Total = 20 marks = 12%

  6. Controlled Assessment - Player/Participant Task setting Enable students to demonstrate skills, knowledge and understanding • developing competence as a performer • Selecting/applying tactics, strategies, compositional idea Task taking • practices/drills/competitive situations set up • No coaching/teaching allowed during assessed performance Task marking • All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using assessment criteria specific to each activity

  7. Controlled Assessment – Official • Possible Activities • Official plays an active role/part in the progress/control of the activity • Needs to have a competitive element • For example • Group A - outwitting opponents • Group D – performing at max level

  8. Controlled Assessment – Official Tasks must allow students to: • Show knowledge & understanding of the of conduct • Take an active part as an official, taking control of a match/tournament/event • Demonstrate effective officiating skills Where appropriate, all roles of officiating need to be included in the assessed performance(s) Eg - Cricket umpire & scorer Tennis umpire & line judge Football referee & referee’s assistant

  9. Controlled Assessment – Leader Tasksmust allow students to: • Demonstrate effective leadership skills • Take responsibility for the preparation/training of for • Support players/participants in the performance of an activity An individual or team An activity A competitive situation An event A performance

  10. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of Performance Task setting Components 1-4 Possible Formats Component 5 Rules and regulations Observe and analyse Evaluation Plan for improvement Question and Answer Session A written Report A presentation Written Format Personal Exercise Programme

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