Physical Education (Year 10)

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what are the 4 key concepts?
Competence, creativity, performance and healthy active lifestyle.
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What are the 6 fundamental motor skills?
Running,throwing,catching,jumping,kicking,hitting.
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What is a decision might a participant make?
mark your opponent closely in basketball rather than to mark space or zone.
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What is a decision might a coach or leader might make?
Decision might be to decide which players to pick for a football match.
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What is a decision might an officail might make?
Might decide which small practice games to set up.
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What is the importance of abiding by the rules?
Makes sure the game is played fairly and no one gets injured.
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What is an example of eiquette?
Shaking hand with the opponenet.
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What are the 5 components of fitness and a healthy active lifestyle?
Cardiovascular endurance or stamina, Muscular endurance, Speed, Strength,Flexibility.
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Why is it important to warm up?
It decreases the likely hood of injury.
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Why is it important to cool down?
Speeds up the removal of lactic acid.
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What are the charactristics of skilful movement?
Predetermined,Fluent,Aesthetic,Coordinated,Efficient.
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What is an outcome goal?
Directly directed to the performance or technique of the activity.
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What is an outcome goal?
This is concerned witht the end result.
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What are the 3 health screening measurements?
BMI, blood pressure test and resting heart rate.
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How do you assess the cardio-vascular endurance?
The 12 minute cooper run.
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How do you assess strength?
The grip strength dynamometer test.
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How do you assess speed?
The 100 metre sprint test.
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How do you access flexibility?
Sit and reach test.
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Why are carbohydrates an important componenet of a healthy balanced diet?
Main enery source for an intense workout.
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Why are fats an important component of our diet?
Major source of energy for performing low intensity workouts.
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Why is protein an important component of our diet?
Building blocks for body tissue.
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Why are vitamins an important component of our diet?
Prevent diseases and produce a little bit of energy.
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Why are minerals an important component of our diet?
essential for our health,.
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Why is water an important component of our diet?
Carries nutrients in the body and helps with the removal of waste products.
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Why is fibre an important component of our diet?
Essential to efdfective bowl function.
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What are 3 characteristics of a healthy diet?
Food is meant to be enjoyed, aviod too much fat and eat plenty of fibre.
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What are 3 characteristics of a healthy lifestyle?
Regular exercise, mainaining a healthy body weight and not smoking.
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What are the 7 general factors affecting performance and participation?
Age,gender,disability,alcochol consumption,smoking,over-eating and under-eating and performance-enhancing drugs.
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What is two indicators of health and well-being?
Access to green space and frequency of positive and negative feelings.
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What are the 5 methods of exercise and training?
Circuit training, aerobics, aqua aerobics,yoga and pilates.
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What are 3 reasons for participation?
Health reasons,to manage stress and to have a good sense of well-being.
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What are 2 benefits of thoses who participate?
To combat stress and learning new skills.
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What are 2 reasons for non-participation?
Health reasons and disability.
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What are 3 reasons affecting participation?
Disability, Access to facilities and family.
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What is pathway one?
Regularly and actively getting involved in Physical Education, sport, dance and healthy activity.
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What is pathway two?
Taking part in school and community sport and dance opportunities.
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What is pathway three?
To become a performer,leader or officail and working towards qualification.
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What is pathway four?
Being involved in increasingly complex and challenging, tasks and activities.
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What is pathway five?
Reaching the highest possible standardsbof involvement in physical activities.
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What is pathway six?
Pursuing routes into sport through volunteering.
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