Theory PE

GCSE PE Course

Within our Physical Education content there is an extensive range of resources, lessons, quizzes, exams, mock exams , revision tasks, and actually practical ideas for your students to complete to increase their knowledge and understanding of the subject. The lessons we already have available are:

  • A diet for fitness
  • Additional for Training Methods
  • Additional Principles of Training
  • Additional requirements for Training Methods
  • Admin requirements of each test
  • Alcohol in the body
  • Analysing Performance
  • Anatomy and Physiology For Sport - The Structure and Function of The Skeletal System
  • Anxiety
  • Applying Types of Practices
  • Arousal and methods to control it
  • Aspects of Fitness
  • Assessing my own fitness
  • Assessing Self Skills in Group Situations
  • Assessing the results of my fitness programme
  • Assisting at an active leisure or sport event
  • Athletes Diet
  • Athletes Diet
  • Balanced diet and nutrition
  • Barriers to achieving fitness goals and strategies to overcome these  
  • Benefits of confidence
  • Benefits of Motivation
  • BMR - requires students to have kept a food diary and to comment on this.
  • Bone composition - exam
  • Bone Composition Terminology Exam -
  • Bone Growth
  • Bones - Exam
  • Business in Sport
  • Carbohydrate Loading
  • Carbohydrates
  • Catastrophe theory and reversal theory
  • Choreographing and Performing Dance
  • Circulatory System
  • Citizenship in Sport, Games and P.E
  • Code of Conduct
  • Communication skills when dealing with customers 
  • Comparing Novice and Professional Sports Performers - exam
  • Components of Physical Fitness
  • Components of Skill Related Fitness
  • Confidence
  • Creating a game
  • Customer Service Skills when Dealing with Customers
  • Dealing with Injuries and Illness Associated with Sports Participation
  • Delivering  a sports or active leisure activity
  • Delivering my own fitness programme
  • Demands, skills and techniques
  • Demonstrating Practical Abilities
  • Developing your own checklist for sport one
  • Development of Personal Fitness - Personal Exercise Adherence  Factors and Strategies
  • Diet -  Exam
  • Diet and Energy
  • Differences between Professional and Amateur sports
  • Different Types of Illnesses Associated with Sports Participation
  • Different Types of Injuries Associated with Sports Participation
  • Documents and skills related to sports-based work experience
  • Drive theory and the Inverted U theory
  • Drugs and their effects
  • Effects of Exercise
  • Effects of Exercise on body systems
  • Energy systems
  • Energy Systems - Exam
  • Exercise and Fitness
  • Exercise and Fitness Activities & Facilities
  • Exercise Intensity
  • Eysencks Personality Inventory
  • Fact Lesson: This is Fitness Tesing
  • Fact Lesson: This is the Food Triangle
  • Fact Lesson: This is the Heart
  • Fact Lesson: This is the Participation Pyramid
  • Fact Lesson: This is the Skeleton
  • Factors affecting participation - exam
  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE PERFORMER
  • Factors of self efficacy
  • Fair Play
  • Fit and Healthy
  • Fitness - Exam
  • Fitness Components and Training Methods
  • Fitness Testing
  • Fitness Tests
  • Functions of the skeleton and muscular system  
  • Funding
  • Gaseous exchange - exam
  • Goal Setting
  • Goal setting - exam
  • Government Agenda for Sport
  • Hazards and risks to people involved in  
  • Health related fitness - exam
  • Health requirements for a chosen area of work
  • Health Risks for a Chosen Area of Work
  • Health, Fitness, Exercise and Performance - exam
  • How and Why People Participate in Sport
  • How can we maintain fitness?
  • How Muscles Attach
  • Hygiene
  • Identifying strengths and areas for improvement when participating in individual sport
  • Identifying strengths and areas for improvement when participating in team sport
  • Implementing and Reviewing a Programme to Develop Technical Skill and Tactical Awareness
  • Implementing And Reviewing A Psychological Skills Training Programme To Enhance Sporting Performance
  • Implementing, Recording and Reflecting on my Personal Fitness Training Programme
  • Information Processing Model - Exam
  • Injuries in sport - exam
  • Injury
  • Interactional Approach
  • Interpretation of Fitness Test Results
  • Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
  • Introduction Processes, Warm Ups and Cool Downs for Exercise and Fitness Activities
  • Introduction to Sport and the Mind
  • Introverts and Extroverts
  • Job Roles in Different Sectors of Sport and Active Leisure
  • Joint Movements
  • JOINTS
  • Joints in the body - Exam
  • Lactic Acid and Oxygen debt - exam
  • Levers - Exam
  • Lifestyle Choices Affecting Excellence in Sport
  • Long term adaptations on cardiorespiratory system
  • Long term adaptations on musculoskeletal system
  • Media in Sport
  • Minimising risks to people involved in 
  • Motivation - Exam
  • Movement of Joints - exam
  • Muscle Fibres - exam
  • Muscles - exam
  • Muscular system
  • Muscular System - Exam
  • National Lottery
  • Nature of sport
  • OAA
  • Observation Checklists
  • Open and closed skills - Exam
  • Opportunities
  • Organisation of sport
  • Osteoporosis
  • Participating in exercise and fitness activities
  • Participating in exercise and fitness activities 
  • Performing as an official in four specific situations
  • Performing as an official in sport
  • Performing practical skills and techniques sport
  • Planning a Personal Fitness Training Programme
  • Planning a Physical Activity for Children
  • Planning a Programme to Develop Technical Skills and Tactical Awareness
  • Planning A Psychological Skills Training Programme To Enhance Sporting Performance
  • Planning and leading an activity session
  • Planning and Researching Sport and Active Leisure
  • Planning and undertaking a project during  work based experience in sport
  • Planning for a sports or active leisure activity   
  • Planning my own fitness programme 
  • Planning to Start Work in Sport and Active Leisure
  • Practical Fitness Testing
  • Practical Sports - Rules, Regulations and Scoring Systems
  • Practices for Sport
  • Pre and post match meal - nutrition
  • Presenting and reviewing the project
  • Presenting Group Project as Part of a Team
  • Principles of Training
  • Professional and Amateur Sports
  • Profile of Mood States and Observation
  • Provision of Sport in Local Communities
  • Psychological factors that affect sport training and performance
  • Psychology for the Sports Performer
  • Quals  responsibilities to support a sports or active leisure leader
  • Reasons for Taking Part in Physical Activity
  • Reducing Health Risks in a Chosen Area of Work
  • Regional and national structure in UK
  • Regulations within sport
  • Respiratory System
  • Responding to a Given Simulated Emergency Situation
  • Review of Energy Systems
  • Reviewing my strengths in assisting at a sports or active leisure event
  • Reviewing of Skill Development
  • Reviewing own performance for sport
  • Reviewing Sports Performance of an Individual or a Team
  • Risk Assessments Relevant to Sport
  • Risks and Hazards Associated with Sports Participation
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Officials In Selected Sports
  • Roles of Officials from Selected Sports
  • Rules in Sport
  • Rules within sport
  • Rules, Regulations and Legislations
  • Safety - Exam
  • Safety and Requirements for Training
  • Scoring in Sport
  • Scoring Systems
  • Self Efficacy
  • Session plan development for sport
  • Setting Up Equipment for a Sport or Active Leisure Activity
  • Shift Patterns and Managing Time
  • Short term effects of exercise on musculoskeletal system
  • Short term effects of exercise on the cardiorespiratory system
  • Showing Reliability, Attitude and Respect in Dance Activities
  • Situational Approach, Modelling and Feedback
  • Skeletal System
  • Skeletal System - exam
  • Skill and feedback - exam
  • Skills and Qualities
  • SMART Principles
  • Smart Principles - Coaching
  • SMART Principles - Performer
  • Smarter principles - Exam
  • Somatotypes
  • Somatotypes - exam
  • Sponsorship in sport
  • Sport in the UK - Exam
  • Sports Drinks
  • Sports Industry Sectors
  • Strengths and Areas for Improvement in Exercise and Fitness Activities
  • Strengths and areas for improvement in exercise and fitness activities
  • Structure and Function of The Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
  • Structure and Function of the Muscular System
  • Structure Of Personality
  • Supplements in sport
  • Synovial Joint - exam
  • Tactical Demands
  • Taking Part in Individual Sport
  • Taking part in team sport
  • Technical and Tactical Demands of a Sport
  • Technical demands, Skills and Techniques
  • Technical skills and tactical awareness for sport
  • The Aerobic System
  • The anaerobic energy system
  • The Business Skills needed to Support Customers in the Sport and Leisure Industry  
  • The Circulatory System - Artery exam
  • The Circulatory System - Exam 1
  • The Circulatory System - Heart exam
  • The Circulatory System - Heart Rate, Stroke Volume and Cardiac Output exam
  • The components of physical fitness 
  • The Conditions of Employment Within Sport and Active Leisure
  • The Different Types of Sport and Active Leisure Event
  • The effects of drugs
  • The Effects Of Personality And Aggression On Sports Performance
  • The Effects of Psychological Factors on Sports Training and Performance
  • The effects of smoking
  • The FITT Principle
  • The Impact of Different key Issues on the Sports Industry
  • The Impact Of Motivation On Sports Performance
  • The importance of fitness testing to sports performers and coaches
  • The Importance of the Fitness Components
  • The Lactic Acid anaerobic system
  • The Nature of Sport - Categorising Sport
  • The Nature of Sports Provision
  • The nutrients and their functions required for a healthy diet   
  • The range and scoof organisations and occupations in the sports industry
  • The Required Skills and Qualifications Required for Jobs in Sport and Active Leisure
  • THE ROLE OF AN ADULT WHEN YOUNG CHILDREN ARE INVOLVED IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
  • The Role of Local and National Organisations Responsible for Sports Development
  • The Skills Required to Manage Customers Service Situations
  • The skills, qualities and responsibilities associated with successful sports leadership
  • The structure and function of the heart and lungs  
  • Theories of Motivation
  • They Circulatory System and Exercise
  • Training Methods
  • Training methods 
  • Trait and Types of Personality
  • Twitch Fibres
  • Types of Bones
  • Types of muscles
  • Types of Practices
  • Using Physical and Interpretative Skills in Dance
  • Using the observation checklist sport
  • Voluntary Sector
  • Warm up and cool down
  • Warm up, cool down and stretching - exam
  • Why people take part in physical activity

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