SMSC Teamwork Learning Outcomes can you help your

SMSC Teamwork  Learning Outcomes can you help your

SMSC Teamwork Learning Outcomes can you help your teammates to do better? B A* Correctly explain all of the principles of training quickly Link aspects of fitness and health to training methods and examples Identify and explain all of the mental, physical and social reasons for taking part in physical activity Timing CB Correctly explain all of the principles of training Identify all HRE and SRF components, and explain them Identify and explain most of the mental, physical and social reasons for taking part in physical activity Behaviour 4 Learning DC Correctly identify all of the principles of training Identify all of the components of Health Related Exercise and Skill Related Fitness Put reasons for participation into the correct category

Numeracy Keep focused and ontask theres no time to waste! Literacy / Key words Complete the worksheet by filling in the definitions Matt E Jordan R Lochlan James Shannon Jordan Hu Georgia V Jordan Y Georgia B Bailey Chantelle Jordan Ha7 Morgan Nathan Olivia Mckenzie Matt W James W You will work at each station for 8 mins. This includes time for reading the task and completing it!!! Frequency Intensity Time Type Specificity Progression Overload Reversibility Tedium 10 Card Turnover Individual Needs Have the cards key word upwards. When your partner says go, say the definition for the key word. Turn the card over to check your answer if you are right, leave the definition facing upwards, otherwise, turn it

back down! The fastest time to get all the definitions right wins!!! How long each training session lasts for How hard you work in a session (60%-80% of HR max) How many times per week that you train Training getting harder over a long period of time Making sure that training matches the demands of the sport Which kind of training will you do? Mix up your training to not get bored! Level of performance dropping when not training (due to illness or injury) Working in a worthwhile range of intensity in order to improve performance Training that suits one particular person Health Related Exercise Skill Related Fitness The amount of force you can exert against a resistance The ability to move all, or part of the body quickly Can be developed with weight training heavy weights, few repetitions Can be measured with a rebound catch test Muscular Strength

Speed Balance The ability to move 2 or more body parts at the same time. Can be developed with weight training light weights, lots of repetitions A sprinter at the start of a race Muscular Endurance Coordination Being able to work muscles many times without getting tired The time taken to respond to a stimulus Can be developed by continuous training such as jogging or swimming A rugby player dodging or a badminton player changing direction Cardiovascular Fitness Reaction Time The ability to exercise the whole body for long periods of time without getting tired The ability to change direction of the whole body with control Can be changed by diet and exercise Tested with the Sergeant Jump Body Composition

Agility The amount of muscle, fat , bones and organs A strength activity performed with speed Can be developed by stretching your muscles A gymnast holding a handstand Flexibility Power The range of movement possible at a joint Keeping the centre of gravity over the base. Can be static or dynamic Can be improved by interval training. Sprint rest sprint rest Put the key terms into the right section HRE or SRF. Each term has a definition and either training method or example. Card Sorter Use the MindMap to help answer the following questions. Identify 3 physical reasons for taking part in physical activity. Identify 3 Mental reasons for taking part in physical activity. Identify 2 Social reasons for taking part in physical activity. How does Physical activity develop cooperation? What is Physical Challenge? Now create your own MindMap!!!

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