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Assessment in PE

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Age Range: KS3 KS4

Use worksheets to assess acquired athletic skills, year by year, across a variety of sports, against NC and End of Key Stage requirements. Worksheets develop students' skills in self-assessment in PE at KS3 and KS4, while lesson plans include NC Level Descriptors as assessment criteria.

Lessons include: Gymnastics: Building a sequence; Athletics: Evaluation; Badminton: Understanding and practising rules and tactics; Health-related fitness: Energy systems; Volleyball: Refining skills and complex game play; Basketball: Self-assessment, PE Assessment.

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Size: 75 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 248 8
Author(s): Simon Stannard
Code: ASPE
Popularity rank: 110

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Contents List

LESSONS

YEAR 7

  • pg. 11 GYMNASTICS: BUILDING A SEQUENCE - Learn to use basic gymnastics skills to form a sequence for PE assessment.
  • pg. 13 BADMINTON: THE OVERHEAD CLEAR - Practise skills to perform a task for athletic assessment.
  • pg. 15 FOOTBALL: SHOW YOUR SKILLS – Learn to perform athletic skills effectively in small PE football game situations.
  • pg. 17 BASKETBALL: SHOW YOUR SKILLS - Learn to perform athletic skills effectively in small PE basketball game situations.
  • pg. 19 ATHLETICS (SHOT): HELPING FRIENDS - Learn to assess and comment positively on one's own performance and that of others.
  • pg. 21 HOCKEY: BEING RESPONSIBLE - Understand individual responsibilities when working in a small athletic group.
  • pg. 23 HEALTH-RELATED FITNESS: YOUR BODY AND EXERCISE - Learn how exercise and athletics affect the body.

YEAR 8

  • pg. 29 GYMNASTICS: BUILDING A SEQUENCE - Use more difficult skills to form a gymnastic sequence with greater fluency for PE assessment.
  • pg. 31 VOLLEYBALL: SERVING - Practise a new skill answering a task and problem for athletic assessment.
  • pg. 33 BASKETBALL: WHAT'S IN A LAY-UP? - Practise existing athletic skills answering a task and problem for basketball.
  • pg. 35 BADMINTON: KNOW YOUR TACTICS - Show basic understanding of a badminton tactic.
  • pg. 37 HOCKEY: WIDTH IN ATTACK - Show basic understanding of athletic tactics.
  • pg. 39 ATHLETICS (TRIPLE JUMP): INCREASING SUCCESS - Comment and assess positively to increase athletic success.
  • pg. 41 ATHLETICS (RELAY): WORKING TOGETHER - Show individual responsibilities in an athletic group or team.

YEAR 9

  • pg. 47 VOLLEYBALL: PLAYING THE GAME - Refine existing athletic skills to more complex volleyball game situations.
  • pg. 49 FOOTBALL: WHAT'S IN A CORNER? - Refine existing athletic skills to more complex football game situations.
  • pg. 51 BADMINTON: SINGLES OR DOUBLES? - Create and practise athletic tactics in varied badminton game situations.
  • pg. 53 BASKETBALL: ZONE OR HALF COURT? - Create and practise athletic tactics in varied basketball game situations for PE assessment.
  • pg. 55 ATHLETICS (HIGH JUMP): EVALUATING PERFORMANCE - Evaluate athletic performance and use it to increase success in PE assessment.
  • pg. 57 HOCKEY: WHAT'S YOUR ROLE? - Learn individual roles while being part of an athletic team.

YEAR 10

  • pg. 63 BASKETBALL: DEFENSIVE TACTICS - Show understanding of two different basketball tactics for PE assessment.
  • pg. 65 VOLLEYBALL: USING YOUR SKILLS - Use existing athletic skills in volleyball game situations.
  • pg. 67 BADMINTON: BEING AN UMPIRE - Use knowledge of rules to officiate a badminton game.
  • pg. 69 HEALTH-RELATED FITNESS: DEVELOPING MUSCLES – Plan athletic performance to increase success in PE assessment.
  • pg. 71 HEALTH-RELATED FITNESS: YOUR BODY AND ENERGY - Show knowledge of the effects of exercise on the body.
  • pg. 73 ROUNDERS: HITTING AND RETRIEVING – Evaluate athletic performance for increased success in PE assessment.

SELF-ASSESSMENT

  • pg. 79 BASKETBALL: BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF - Develop KS3 students' athletic self-assessment abilities.
  • pg. 81 BADMINTON: WHAT'S IN A SMASH? - Develop KS4 students' athletic self-assessment abilities.
  • pg. 82 APPENDIX 1 - Key Stage 3 Assessment Sheet
  • pg. 83 APPENDIX 2 - Key Stage 4 Assessment Sheet
  • pg. 84 APPENDIX 3 - Training Programme Chart
  • pg. 85 APPENDIX 4 - Basketball Self-Assessment Chart