GCSE PE (for AQA) A synoptic look at football

GCSE PE (for AQA) A synoptic look at football

A teaching resource provided by ROSS HOWITT.

Resource Description

This is a 15 minute video although if students complete the tasks it is more likely to take 30-40 minutes to complete. Ross Howitt guides students through many of the ways that Association Football could be used for theoretical assessment in the GCSE PE examinations. The video links the sport of football to planes and axes, levers, aggression, sponsorship, energy systems and commercialisation (to name a few) and includes some made up questions, including potential 6 and 9 mark questions. The video starts to detail the application of football to questions (AO2) and how elements can be evaluated (AO3) particularly within extended questions.

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GCSE PE FOOTBALL SYNOPTIC.mp4
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The author recommends that this resource is useful for teachers of the following subjects. The list is not exhaustive and the resource may apply to other subjects and areas that are not listed.

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8582 AQA GCSE PE Physical education teachertraining studentrevision

About the Author

ROSS HOWITT
Educational consultant
Ross Howitt is an experienced Lead Moderator for a major exam board and provides consultancy to schools on educational matters. He lectures at a University and has produced many published works, books and journals.

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