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

  7. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSE UNIT 1 The Theory of Physical Education Written paper * Mainly multi choice questions * Short answer questions * Longer answer questions Total = 40 marks =40%

  8. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT COURSE UNIT 2.1 Controlled assessment Practical Activities * 2 to be offered * at least 1 must be as Player /Participant * Activities must be chosen from 2 different areas * may select Leader and /or Official as an activity 2 X 10 = 20 = 48%

  9. GCSE PE 2009 SHORT 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%

  10. WHAT HAS CHANGED ? Current Specification New Specifications • Paper 1 Factors affecting Unit 1 The Theory of Physical performance Education • Sections A B and C 1.1 Healthy Active Lifestyles 1-2 Your Healthy Active Body * some rearrangement of material in these sections • NEW Social aspects - Introduced to meet QCA criteria NEW

  11. WHAT HAS CHANGED? • Principles of training Thresholds of training and Moderation have been replaced with REST and RECOVERY Overload and Progression have now become PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD • FITNESS TESTING added NEW

  12. WHAT HAS CHANGED ? • Your personal health Link between diet, work and and well being rest and their influence on personal health and well being • Physical activity and your healthy mind and body ANOREXIC added EPO added PAR-Q added NEW NEW NEW

  13. WHAT HAS CHANGED? A healthy active lifestyle and your: • Cardio vascular system • Respiratory system • Muscular system • Skeletal system * Immediate effects of exercise and the effects of regular training and exercise * Long term benefits of exercise on each of the above body systems

  14. WHAT HAS CHANGED ? • Muscular system What happens when we exercise ? • What are the long term benefits of regular • exercise for the four body systems ? • Skeletal system *Fractures, joint injuries, golfer and tennis elbow and RICE treatment included

  15. WHAT HAS CHANGED? - PRACTICAL • Activity areas have changedin line with the revised National Curriculum • Greater range of practical activities • Some activities have moved areas • Inclusion of new activities such as amateur boxing and tae kwon do • Exercising safely – a distinct activity group • Exercise includes yoga, Pilates, boxercise, body pump and interval training • Students can offer practical performances as a Leader and/ or Official • Only one practical mark. Students assessed under controlled conditions NEW NEW

  16. WHAT HAS CHANGED? ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE • Criteria Rules, regulations and terminology Observe a Performance Evaluate a performance Plan strategies, tactics and practices (here) Plan a Personal Exercise Programme • Students must produce work under controlled conditions • Choice of presentation format can be used PowerPoint, written, interview NEW NEW NEW

  17. Controlled Assessment • Unit 2 – Performances and Analysis of Performance Task taken during Curriculum Time under supervision Coursework mark (2A) Estimated Mark Practical exam (2C) Controlled Assessment 3 Possible Formats Analysis of Performance (2B)

  18. Controlled Assessment • Task Setting – set by Edexcel, Centre adapts • Task Taking – informal supervision/limited guidance • Task Marking – Controlled Assessment Guide (available from website)

  19. Controlled Assessment - Player/Participant Identical to the present practical exam 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

  20. 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

  21. 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

  22. Controlled Assessment – Official Task taking • A relevant National Governing Body Award • Officiating at a school/club match • Controlling/managing an official school/club event/tournament • Teacher support not permitted unless required for Health/Safety reasons. Task marking • All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using the assessment criteria (page 33 in the ‘specs’) • Evidence must include a ‘log’ • Teacher/assessor present for all assessed performances OR • Suitable, clear evidence must be made available

  23. 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

  24. Controlled Assessment – Leader Task taking – • A relevant National Governing Body Award www.bst.org.uk/Home/Content.aspx?PageID=canUsefulLinks • Plan, prepare and support players/participants in a • training session/match/event/expedition • Teacher support notpermitted in the assessed performance(s) unless required for Health/Safety reasons.

  25. Controlled Assessment – Leader Task marking • All performances to be marked by the teacher/assessor using the assessment criteria (page 36 in the specs) • Evidence must include a ‘log’ • Teacher/assessor must be present for all assessed performances OR • Suitable, clear evidence must be made available

  26. 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

  27. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of Performance Task Taking • Preparation without direct supervision match analysis observation notes on a performance sourcing a video clip for analysis • Feedback permitted in preparation practice Q & A sessions planning training/drills • Final assessed performance MUST BE In school limited supervision

  28. Controlled Assessment – Analysis of Performance Task Marking • Teacher/assessor to mark each component using assessment criteria (See pages 46-48 in the specification) • Quality of Written Communication (QWC) • PEPs Written tasks, Presentations marks recorded • Work retained by centre • Exemplar material (Page 39 – Teacher’s Guide)

  29. Assessment Implications Player/Participant • End of teaching each activity – estimate mark • Final assessment performances to take place in Feb – early May of exam year. (same as present final practical exam) • Estimated marks submitted to Moderator • Moderation Day (same process as now)

  30. Assessment Implications Leader/Official A similar process to the moderation of the present A of P • Assessed performances to be completed BEFOREthe Moderation Day • Final marks to be submitted to the Moderator • A sample of students will be chosen to show their work: their log book practical demonstration of their skills NGB certificate

  31. Assessment Implications – Analysis of Performance A similar process to the moderation of the present A of P • Assessed performances to be completed BEFOREthe Moderation Day • Final marks submitted to Moderator • A sample of students will be chosen to show their work according to chosen format: AND The controlled assessment record sheet to be attached • Q & A Session • Written Report • Presentation PEP

  32. RESOURCES AVAILABLE • Controlled Assessment Guide -Available on web site. Contains details of assessment criteria for practical activities • Active teach and student book -Available summer 2009 Contains Lesson plans, work sheets, electronic version of student book, student resources and is interactive • Teachers File -Available from the CD. contains lesson plans • Exam Wizard -Available from EDEXCEL www.edexcel.org.uk/examwizard -Allows teachers to create exam papers/tests on specific topics • Exemplar material -Available on the web site from Sept 2009

  33. Results Plus -Allows you to analyse your students responses to the written exam. Gives examiners comments on answers to questions www.edexcel.com/resultsplus • Student Guide -Available on the e-spec. Can be customised for your own centre to promote GCSE PE take up for detail for students • Ask the expert -Available on line to answer any queries you may have • email alerts -Sign up to receive emails to keep you informed of current developments • Dedicated PE Team -Direct telephone line with specialist personnel to answer you queries 0844 576 0036

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