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BTEC Sport in Year 10

 

Purpose of the year

 

  • To follow the specification laid out by Pearson for BTEC First Award in Public Services.

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

What students will learn

Unit 1 – Fitness for Sport and Exercise

 

Learning Aim A - Know about the components of fitness and the principles of training.

Learning Aim B - Explore different fitness training methods.

Learning Aim C - Investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.

 

Unit 2 – Practical Performance in Sport

 

Learning Aim A - Understand the rules, regulations and scoring systems for selected sports.

 

Unit 2 – Practical Performance in Sport (ctd)

 

Learning Aim B - Practically demonstrate skills, techniques and tactics in selected sports.

 

Learning Aim C - Be able to review sports performance.

Key assessments

Unit 1 is externally assessed using an onscreen test. Pearson sets and marks the test. The test lasts for one hour fifteen minutes and has 60 marks. Learners will complete an onscreen test that has different types of questions including short-answer and extended open response questions. Where appropriate, questions contain graphics, photos, animations or videos. An onscreen calculator is available for questions requiring calculations. An onscreen notepad is available for making notes. Each item will have an accessibility panel that allows a learner to zoom in and out, and apply a colour filter.

Unit 2 is assessed internally by the centre and externally verified by Pearson.

 

Assignment A – In the form of a Power point presentation.

 

Unit 2 is assessed internally by the centre and externally verified by Pearson.

 

Assignment B – Video evidence of pupil’s practical performance in 2 sports.

 

Assignment C – Oral analysis of performance.

Skills

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, working with others, ICT, peer assessment, self-assessment, DRICE, digital competency.

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, ICT, DRICE, digital competency.

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, working with others, ICT, peer assessment, self-assessment, DRICE, digital competency.

Additional Resources

Textbooks

Adams, M., Armstrong, R., Gledhill, A., Hancock, J., Harris, B., Phillippo, P. and Sergison, A., BTEC First in Sport Student Book, Pearson Education, 2012 ISBN 978 1 44690 161 8

 

Ackland, J., The Complete Guide to Endurance Training, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978 0 71367 903 8

 

Bean, A., The Complete Guide to Strength Training, A & C Black, 2008 ISBN 978-1 40810 539 9

 

Hope, R. and Lawrence, D., The Complete Guide to Circuit Training, A & C Black, 2011 ISBN 978 1 40815 635 3

 

Lawrence, M., The Complete Guide to Core Stability, A & C Black, 2011 ISBN 978 1 40813 324 8

 

Norris, C. M., The Complete Guide to Stretching, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978 1 71368 348 6

 

Shepherd, J., The Complete Guide to Sports Training, A & C Black, 2006 ISBN 978 0 71367 835 2

 

Websites (Unit 1)

www.brianmac.co.uk/trainprog

www.livestrong.com/fitness

www.sport-fitness-advisor.com

www.thinqfitness.com/video.asp

 

Websites (Unit 2)

www.britishswimming.org                                                                  
Amateur Swimming Association

http://www.british-gymnastics.org
British Gymnastics

http://www.teamgb.com/
The British Olympic Association

www.englandbasketball.co.uk
English Basketball Association                                                                   

www.thefa.com
The Football Association                                              

www.rfu.com
The Rugby Football Union                                           

www.sportsleaders.org
Sports Leaders UK                                                           

www.sportsofficialsuk.com
Sports Officials UK                                                          

www.uksport.gov.uk
UK Sport

Learners will have access to the appropriate sports environment and the facilities and equipment required for participation in their selected sports. They will also have the necessary resources for reviewing performance, such as recording equipment (for example video cameras, dictaphones) which will be provided by the school.

 

How parents can help

 

·         Parents can help to support their child’s learning at home by reading through work with their children and helping them to research information from the websites listed above for their assignments.

 

 

Homework expectations

 

Revision materials will be sent home in preparation for the unit 1, online test.

Independent research will be also be expected of the learners to strengthen their knowledge and understanding.

BTEC Sport in Year 11

 

Purpose of the year

 

  • To follow the specification laid out by Pearson for BTEC First Award in Public Services.

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

What students will learn

Unit 1 – Fitness for Sport and Exercise

 

Learning Aim A - Know about the components of fitness and the principles of training.

Learning Aim B - Explore different fitness training methods.

Learning Aim C - Investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.

Unit 2 – Practical Performance in Sport

 

Learning Aim A - Understand the rules, regulations and scoring systems for selected sports.

 

Unit 2 – Practical Performance in Sport (ctd)

Learning Aim B - Practically demonstrate skills, techniques and tactics in selected sports.

Learning Aim C - Be able to review sports performance.

Key assessments

Unit 1 is externally assessed using an onscreen test. Pearson sets and marks the test. The test lasts for one hour fifteen minutes and has 60 marks. Learners will complete an onscreen test that has different types of questions including short-answer and extended open response questions. Where appropriate, questions contain graphics, photos, animations or videos. An onscreen calculator is available for questions requiring calculations. An onscreen notepad is available for making notes. Each item will have an accessibility panel that allows a learner to zoom in and out, and apply a colour filter.

Unit 2 is assessed internally by the centre and externally verified by Pearson.

 

Assignment A – In the form of a Power point presentation.

 

Unit 2 is assessed internally by the centre and externally verified by Pearson.

 

Assignment B – Video evidence of pupil’s practical performance in 2 sports.

 

Assignment C – Oral analysis of performance.

Skills

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, working with others, ICT, peer assessment, self-assessment, DRICE, digital competency.

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, ICT, DRICE, digital competency.

Literacy, Numeracy, Research, independent learning, communication, working with others, ICT, peer assessment, self-assessment, DRICE, digital competency.

Additional Resources

Textbooks

Adams, M., Armstrong, R., Gledhill, A., Hancock, J., Harris, B., Phillippo, P. and Sergison, A., BTEC First in Sport Student Book, Pearson Education, 2012 ISBN 978 1 44690 161 8

 

Ackland, J., The Complete Guide to Endurance Training, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978 0 71367 903 8

 

Bean, A., The Complete Guide to Strength Training, A & C Black, 2008 ISBN 978-1 40810 539 9

 

Hope, R. and Lawrence, D., The Complete Guide to Circuit Training, A & C Black, 2011 ISBN 978 1 40815 635 3

 

Lawrence, M., The Complete Guide to Core Stability, A & C Black, 2011 ISBN 978 1 40813 324 8

 

Norris, C. M., The Complete Guide to Stretching, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978 1 71368 348 6

 

Shepherd, J., The Complete Guide to Sports Training, A & C Black, 2006 ISBN 978 0 71367 835 2

 

Websites (Unit 1)

www.brianmac.co.uk/trainprog  

www.livestrong.com/fitness

www.sport-fitness-advisor.com

www.thinqfitness.com/video.asp

 

Websites (Unit 2)

www.britishswimming.org                                                                  
Amateur Swimming Association

http://www.british-gymnastics.org
British Gymnastics

http://www.teamgb.com/
The British Olympic Association

www.englandbasketball.co.uk
English Basketball Association                                                                   

www.thefa.com
The Football Association                                              

www.rfu.com
The Rugby Football Union                                           

www.sportsleaders.org
Sports Leaders UK                                                           

www.sportsofficialsuk.com
Sports Officials UK                                                          

www.uksport.gov.uk
UK Sport

Learners will have access to the appropriate sports environment and the facilities and equipment required for participation in their selected sports. They will also have the necessary resources for reviewing performance, such as recording equipment (for example video cameras, dictaphones) which will be provided by the school.

How parents can help

 

Parents can help to support their child’s learning at home by reading through work with their children and helping them to research information from the websites listed above for their assignments.

 

 

Homework expectations

 

Revision materials will be sent home in preparation for the unit 1, online test.

Independent research will be also be expected of the learners to strengthen their knowledge and understanding.