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A simple but effective SMART board task whereby students can move the three styles of Autocratic, Democratic and Laissez Faire on the board to match up with the scenarios.
A clear and concise single A4 sheet which contains information on what positive and negative stress is as well as outlining Selye's 4 stages of General Adaptation syndrome.
This resource is absolutely excellent for teaching the topic of Conservation of Angular Momentum. The diagram for a tucked somersault (Moment of Inertia, Angular velocity and Angular Momentum) is fully explained in detail and in line with the requirements of the A Level couse. The presentation includes pictures to emphasise the main points and comes with a short clip of a gymnast to demonstrate the relationship between the three biomechanical parameters.
These two resources are great for quick, simple revision or teaching of components of fitness and the differences between Health & Fitness. One resource requires students to drop and drag the components into the correct category whilst the other allows students to fill in the blanks. These resources are great for interactive lessons and can allow students to get up, get involved and learn.
A simple but effective A4 poster to display in the classroom or for teaching purposes on Newton's Laws of Linear of Motion.
This picture is a useful, free jpeg to assist you in your teaching of the problematic topic of Conservation of Angular Momentum at A Level.
This short, informative PowerPoint presentation helps teachers to deliver the topic of Self Efficacy (Situation specific confidence). It covers what Self Efficacy is and its' main constituents: Past Performance Accomplishments, Verbal Persuasion, Vicarious experience and Emotional Arousal. It is a great teaching tool for this topic.
A copy of an official Badminton scoresheet for use with GCSE or A Level Physical Education
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