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What are the four headings for the benefits of physical activity?
Physical, Mental, Personal and Social
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What is an example of a physical benefit?
Improved cardiovascular fitness or maintenance of a healthy body weight etc...
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What is an example of a mental benefit?
Stress relief, mood enhancement, or a feel good factor
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What is an example of a personal benefit?
Knowing your own strengths and weaknesses or increasing self-esteem
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What is an example of a social benefit?
a feeling of belonging or have healthy strong relationships
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What is physical activity?
Movement that gets the body moving and heart pumping more that at rest (including day to day activities like walking)
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What are the three sections that the term 'physical activity' can be slip into?
Physical recreation, physical education and sport
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What is physical recreation?
Activities that are done for a variety or reasons at an unsophisticated level (e.g. a fun game of badminton)
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What is physical education?
The learning of physical, personal, preparatory and qualitative values through formal physical activity in schools.
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What is sport?
an organised, competitive and skilful physical activity requiring commitment and fair play (e.g. playing seriously for your local/regional team)
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What is the difference between outdoor recreation and outdoor education?
Outdoor recreation is just physical recreation in the natural environment (e.g. a country walk), where as outdoor education is young people learning in and about the environment, this can sometimes involve risk/safety
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What are the recommended amounts of physical activity?
Adults = minimum of 30min moderate intensity for 5 days a week. - Children/young people = 60min every day
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What 3 factors can the possible barriers for participation be cut down to?
Lack of opportunity, provision and esteem (OPE)
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What does opportunity mean?
The chance to take part based on factors such at time or money etc.
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What does provision mean?
The availability of facilities which allow for participation
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What is esteem?
Confidence
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In physical recreation, what is the emphasis on?
participation (not the standard of performance), taking part (not winning) and enjoyment and satisfaction (not breaking records).
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What are the benefits of outdoor recreation?
Appreciation of the natural environment, respect for the natural environment and gaining a sense of adventure
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What are the benefits of physical education?
success, enjoyment, confidence, healthy balanced lifestyle, develop a love of exercise, learn a range of skills, gain decision making skills, develop communication skills, teamwork skills, to learn about fair play and responsibility.
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What is perceived risk?
This imagined risk is sought by teachers and leaders to give learners a sense of adventure and opportunities for personal challenge and development
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What is real risk?
This can be dangerous or fatal but this is avoided by careful preparation and use of appropriate kit and equipment.
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What makes a sport a sport?
Tradition, vigorous physical exertion, competition, administration and behaviour
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What does aesthetic mean?
Movement that is pleasing to the eye or beautiful to watch
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What is physical prowess?
Skill
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What is physical endeavour?
Effort
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What is sportsmanship?
Fair play
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What is gamesmanship?
Stretching the rules to gain an unfair advantage
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What is deviance in sport?
Seriously breaking the rules and norms of sport
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What is sledging?
Attempting to undermine opponent (often in cricket) by verbally abusing, taunting, intimidating or antagonising.
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