January 2012

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Historical Studies

19th century public schools went through three development stages of athleticism.

describe stage one and give one reason for the transition to stage two. (5)

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Historical Studies

explain the influence of both the universiy melting pot and oxbridge graduates on the development of rational recreation from 1850 to 1900. (5)

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Historical Studies

how successful was lawn tennis as avehicle for the emancipation of women in the later 19th century?

explain one way that tennis in the uk today attempts to be an inclusive game. (5)

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Sports Psychology

personality characteristics are often linked to performance in sport. Fig.1 representss a trait approach to personality.

describe the characteristicss of both extrovert and neurotic perdonalities.

use prac examples from sport to describ the characteristics of type a znd type b trait personalities. (4)

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Sports Psychology

describe Nideffers attentional styles of broad, narrow external and internal.

using practical examples explain how broad and internal attentioal styles might be used in different sports situations. (6)

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Sports Psychology

when individuals join a sports team or social group their behaviour related to lifestyle can change.

explain the possible effects of a group on the behaviour related to lifestyle of group members. (5)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

describe how the lactic acid energy system provides energy for the body during high intensity activity. (4)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

calculate BMI of an 80kg adult who is 2.0m tall.

describe three effects of obesity on involvement in pysical activity. (5)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

excluding gender and age, identify two physiological factors that can affect the strength of a performer in sport.

discuss the use of plyometrics training as a method of developing dynamic strength. (6)

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