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PUKEKOHE HIGH SCHOOL

LEVEL TWO N.C.E.A. PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Course Outline 2017

Module

 

Assessment Method

Credits

2.1 State of Play (A.S. 91327)  This is an optional standard.

Examine the role and significance of physical activity in the lives of young people in New Zealand.

Understand the place and role of physical activity.

Written report.

3

2.2 Theory into Practice (A.S. 91328)

Demonstrate understanding of how and why biophysical principles relate to the learning of physical skills.

Improve skill performance in a range of activities through applying knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and skill learning..

Theory tests and written assignment.

5

2.3 Training Time (A.S. 91329)

Demonstrate understanding of the application of biophysical principles to training for a physical activity.

Complete a physical activity and apply the principles of training to improve personal performance.

Written assignment.

4

2.4 Skills in Action (A.S. 91330)

Perform a physical activity in an applied setting.

Demonstrate performance in one of a range of sporting activities.

Practical assessment.

4

2.5 Sporting Impact (A.S. 91331)

Examine the significance for self, others and society of a sporting event.

Research the impact of a significant sporting event on yourself, your friends and family and New Zealand society as a whole.

Written research assignment.

4

 

2.8 Social Responsibility in Sport (A.S. 91331)

Consistently demonstrate social responsibility in a variety of physical activities.

Demonstrate social responsibility using Hellison's Model of Social Responsibility in volleyball, winter games and turbo touch.

 

Log book and observation.

 

3

 There are 23 credits on offer of which the 3 credits for 2.1 are optional.

COURSE BOOKS

 The recommended course workbook “Level 2 Physical Education – Learning Workbook” is  available for purchase from the school stationery shop.

It is expected that students will have an exercise book for additional notes.

TIMELINE

Term

 

Modules

1

2.2, 2.4, 2.8

Volleyball, Biomechanics, Anatomy, Circus, Social Responsibility

2

2.2, 2.4, 2.8

Skill Learning, Circus, Volleyball, Social Responsibility

3

2.1, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5

State of Play, Exercise Physiology, Principles and Methods of Training, Turbo Touch, Sport and Society

4

Re-assessment

 

ASSESSMENT

  • All achievement standards are internally assessed,There is no external examination at the end of the year.  This means that you must be prepared to work hard all year to ensure that you reach your learning goals. 
  • Achieved, achieved with merit and achieved with excellence grades are offered in each achievement standard.
  • There is a significant practical component in the course.It is expected that students will participate to a satisfactory level to reinforce the learning gained in theory-based lessons.Students who do not meet minimum participation levels in the practical activities will not achieve module 2.4.
  • Students who are not present for an assessment due to sickness, family trauma or a scheduled school activity will be given another opportunity to complete the assessment as per the school’s assessment policy.
  • In situations where several assessment opportunities are offered (eg. 2.4 Skill Performance) the student will be awarded the best grade achieved.For example, if a student gains a merit in tennis and an achieved in circus and turbo touch, their final grade will be merit as this was the highest level attained over the three assessments.
  • There will be an opportunity to re-do an assessment for each standard provided due dates are met and there is a reasonable attempt made during the first assessment opportunity.
  • If assessment work is completed outside of class time, students are to ensure that the completed work is their own.
  • Once an assessment task is completed the student may be given a provisional grade which will be confirmed once internal moderation has taken place.If a student is unhappy with the grade they have been awarded they should discuss this with the classroom teacher in the first instance.If they are still unhappy they may ask the HOD for a review.If the student still feels the awarded grade is unjust, they may appeal to the Principal’s Nominee.
  • A doctor’s certificate will be required if you are unable to complete a practical assessment.
  • You will not do yourself any justice if you do not adequately prepare for assessments.Plan your assignments ahead and do not leave things to a last minute rush.

Students will be encouraged to nominate themselves as a candidate for endorsement with merit or excellence.

A minimum of 16 credits (including the 5 credits in 2.2 and the 4 credits in 2.3) are required to gain entry into Level 3 PED.

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