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June 2012 past paper

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Historical Studies

the 1933 syllabus for physical training was followed by the 1950s by moving and growing and planning the programme.

compare the teching methodology of the 1933 and the 1950 approaches and give reasons why the 1950s approach was introduced. (5)

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Historical Studies

explain social and cultural factors that influenced the nature of mob football in pre-industrial Britain. Explain the impact of imporved transport on the development of association football as a rational game between 1850 and 1900. (5)

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Sports Psychology

having a good attitude towards sports or physical activities is often regarded as important for success and to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

identify what is meant by an attitude and describe the components of attitudes that young people might have towards sport and health. (4)

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Sports Psychology

having the right level of arousal can be important for performing well in sport. explain what is meant by cue utilisation and how it links with levels of arousal. (5)

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Sports Psychology

the actual productivity of a team in sports depends on the individual abilities within the group and how they operate together. Fig.1 shows steiners model of group performance.

describe the possible faulty processes identified in the model that may occur in sport. (6)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

define the terms endothermic and exothermic reaction. give an example for each type of reaction (4)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

describe how you would perform a stretch during a propiroceptive neuromuscular facilitation PNF session. explain the physiological principle behind this type of flexibility training. (5)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

explain the effect of three of the adaptions to endurance training listed in Fig.4 on aerobic performance. (6)

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Historical Studies

stage three of public school development is sometimes referred to as the cult of athleticism.

define athleticism and explain the expansion od sports and games during stage three. describe one way in which the physical activity of young people in schools today is still influenced by the public chols of the ninetwnth century. (5)

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