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WJEC/Eduqas GCSE PE Personal Fitness Programme: Stdnt Companion

Author(s): Matthew Penny, Ray Shaw


awarding body: WJEC/Eduqas


level: GCSE


isbn: 978-1-912820-81-8


subject: Physical Education


Pages: 128pp


£13.99



       

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A comprehensive step-by-step guide for teachers and students on how to complete a Personal Fitness Programme / Personal Training Programme as part of either the WJEC or Eduqas GCSE PE course. It can be used to both plan delivery and to support independent work by students throughout their fitness programme.

 

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Written by experienced PE teachers and examiners

Includes all the information needed to develop a successful piece of coursework for the Non-Examined Assessment component of the GCSE

Breaks the creation of the Programme down into eight key stages, and shows student how to work through each stage

Each chapter corresponds to one of the elements of the coursework requirement, allowing students to easily monitor their progress

Clear, step-by-step instructions provided for each task along with comprehensive examples

Exam-style questions relate to both practical tasks and PE theory

‘Reflect, revisit, revise’ feature encourages students to look back and evaluate their work throughout

‘Key areas of study’ provide regular links to the full GCSE PE theory

‘Key words’ are highlighted and defined throughout

Checklists, approved activity lists, practice exam questions and sample PAR-Q form also provided as part of a comprehensive Appendix

 

Contents:

How to use this book

Choosing your major activity

Your introduction

Self-analysis

Recommendations for improvement – target setting

Planning and monitoring

Evaluation

Future performance

Putting it all together

Glossary

 

About the authors

Matthew Penny has over 17 years’ experience as a Physical Education teacher and is currently Deputy Lead for PE at Monmouth Comprehensive School. As well as a principal moderator for a major awarding body, he has also delivered CPD events across Wales as well as providing teacher training for schools following WJEC specifications.

Ray Shaw is an experienced PE teacher, author of textbooks, teacher guides and online resources and has also trained teachers in the use of digital resources.


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