January 2010

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Historical Studies

Social and cultural factors influence participation and performance in physical activity.

Explain how socio-cultural factors influenced the characteristics of popular recreation in pre-industrial Britain.

State how one of these factors continues to influence on participation and performance today. (5)

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Historical Studies

Nineteenth century public schools were usually fee paying, non-local and boarding. Explain the impact of each of these three characterisitcs on the development of the games in the 19th century public schools. Comment on how one of these characteristics impacts on young people in schools today (5)

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Historical Studies

Describe the different forms of athletics in 19th century public schools and compare these with forms of athletics that young people participate in today. (6)

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Sports Psychology

performers in sport whoc are doing well in competition are often described as being 'in the zone'

Explain what is meant by the zone of optimum functioning (4)

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Sports Psychology

Explain, using pratical examples, how goal-setting could be effectively used to improve participation in physical activity. (5)

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Sports Psychology

using pratical examples, explain the possible positive and negative effects of an audience on sports' performance. (6)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

The recovery process returns the body to its pre-exercise state.

describe the main processes involved in the alactacid component of recovery (5)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

Explain what is meant by the term metabolic equivalent/MET. How can knowledge of METs be useful to a performer? (4)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

Carbohydrates are a valuable source of energy.

why is it important for a performer to ensure that they have adequate supplies of carbs?

how can a performer make sure that they dont delete their stores of carbs? (6)

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