June 2013

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Historical Studies

explain how socio-cultural factors influenced the characteristics of mob football in pre-industrial Britain.

state how one of these factors continues to impact on participation and performance in football today. (5)

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Historical Studies

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

describe stage two when Dr Thomas Arnold was head of Rugby school.

give one reason for athleticism in girls' public schools developing more slowly than in boys' public schools during stage three. (5)

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Historical Studies

the objectives, content and mothod of teaching physical activity in state schools have change considerably over time.

explain why he 1902 model course was quickly replaced.

state one objective of the 1933 syllabus that was different from the objectives of the 1902 model course. (5)

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Sports Psychology

using examples, explain why goal setting is important in sustaining a balanced, active healthy lifestyle. (4)

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Sports Psychology

cue utilisation is one aspect of attentioanl control.

using examples from sport, explain the effects of cue utilisation on performance. (5)

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Sports Psychology

describe the characteristics of the following styles of leadership and explain why they might be used in sport:

  • task-orientated
  • social-orientated
  • laissez-faire.


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Exercise and sport Physiology

identify two types of strength

describe a method used to measure each type. (4)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

evaluate the dietry intake of the recreatioanl endurance performer shown in table 1. include recommendations for improvement of the dietry intake in your answer.

state one way in which the diet of an elite endurance performer should contrast with the diet of a recreational endurance performer. (5)

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Exercise and sport Physiology

define the terms energy, wokr and power and identify a unit of measurement for each.

explain the role of ATP in providing energy for muscle contraction. (6)

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