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KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 11 Physical Education
Term 1Performance analysis assessment 
Students are required to analyse and evaluate a competitive performance in one activity from the specification - either their own or the performance of another person. Students must analyse two strengths and two weaknesses in the performance and then create an action plan to improve the two weaknesses.
Assessment: This assessment is worth 25 marks (10% of overall grade)Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Health, Fitness and well-being   
Students will learn about the physical, emotional and social health, fitness and well- being along with the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle with a focus on obesity. Students will familiarise themselves with somatotypes. Students will understand energy use and the reasons for having a balanced diet, the role of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins/ minerals and the reasons for maintaining water balance.
Assessment: Students will attempt an end of unit test in the format of a series of multiple choice, short and longer answer questions.The test will be comprised of 50% of questions related to current learning and 50% related to prior learning.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Socio-cultural influences 
Students will learn about engagement patters of different social groups (gender, culture, age, family/peers and disabled performers) in physical activity and sport. They will learn about prohibited substances and methods including the type of performers likely to take performance enhancing drugs (PED’s) and the advantages/disadvantages. Students will learn about spectator behaviour with an in depth look at hooliganism.
Assessment: Students will attempt an end of unit test in the format of a series of multiple choice, short and longer answer questions.The test will be comprised of 50% of questions related to current learning and 50% related to prior learning.Key Words and Terms
 
Terms 4 and 5Socio-cultural influences  
Students will study the different forms of the media and sponsorship including the positive and negative impacts on performance and also the impact of technology. They will also learn the range and effects of sponsorship on both the performer and sporting activity.
Assessment: Students will attempt an end of unit test in the format of a series of multiple choice, short and longer answer questions.The test will be comprised of 50% of questions related to current learning and 50% related to prior learning.Key Words and Terms
 

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