GCSE Physical Education Prepare for the first assessment in 2018
GCSE Physical Education Prepare for the first assessment in 2018 Nell Payne [email protected] Hertfordshire Secondary PE Teaching and Learning Conference September 2017 1 Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. GCSE specification at a glance Component 1: The human body and movement in physical activity and sport
Written Paper 30% Component 2: 30% Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport Written Paper Component 3: Practical performance in physical activity and sport NEA 2 40% 1 hour 15 minutes written paper 78 marks
Combination of multiple choice, short answer and extended writing questions Applied anatomy and physiology, movement analysis, physical training and use of data 1 hour 15 minutes written paper 78 marks Combination of multiple choice, short answer and extended writing questions Sports psychology, socio-cultural influences, health, fitness and well-being and use of data 100 marks Internal assessment, external moderation Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. We continue to listen....
Dedicated team of advisors to answers queries Schemes of work Exemplar footage on eAQA- TOLS Marked examples of exam papers SAMS on eAQA Examples of analysis and evaluation 3 Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. The activity list.questions? Team activities Individual activities
Association football Camogie Badminton Basketball Amateur boxing Athletics Badminton Cricket Dance Canoeing Cycling
Dance Gaelic football Handball Hockey Diving Golf Gymnastics Hurling Lacrosse Netball Equestrian
Kayaking Rock climbing Rowing Rugby League Rugby Union Rowing Sculling Skiing Squash Table tennis Tennis
basketball Powerchair Boccia football Wheelchair rugby Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Specialist individual activities Polybat Moderation GCSE, AS and A-level Visiting moderation for performance assessment Moderation by post for performance analysis assessment
Expect performances to be repeatable, ie expect performances at moderation to justify marks awarded Audio-visual evidence has to be made for any assessment/activity that cannot be replicated at live moderation Schools/colleges have to make audio-visual recording of the moderation visit This is so that schools/colleges can challenge the outcome of moderation Will not know the outcome of moderation until results day 5
Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. Moderation - GCSE Your moderator will come and see: At least one team and one individual activity per centre. Centres with less than 10 candidates - all students seen Centres with 10-80 candidates - 10 students seen Centres with 80+ - 15 students seen Each student selected will be seen in one activity only for parts 1,2 and 3 The moderator will request the A and E tasks for the candidates they have seen on the day of the moderation. NEA Part 3 (A and E task) Students are required to analyse and evaluate a performance to identify two strengths and two weaknesses. They then need to produce an action plan that suggests ways to improve upon the two weaknesses that they have identified.
Students are required to analyse and evaluate a performance in one activity from the specification. NEA Part 3 Students can analyse and evaluate their own performance or the performance of another person, so long as it is in an activity that is from the specification. Students can choose to analyse and evaluate their own performance in an activity (from the specification) that they have not used as one of their three NEA practical marks. Students can choose to complete their Part 3 verbally as an interview or as a written piece of work. If it is completed verbally, then it must be evidenced by an audio-visual recording, which must be available for moderation. For verbal interviews, it is ok for students to bring in brief notes to assist. Teachers should avoid leading questions. Open-ended questions should be used. NEA Part 3 Feedback and Control - section 4.1 of JCQs instructions fro administering NEA Candidates do not need to be directly supervised at all times. The use of the resources, including the internet is not tightly prescribed.. the centre must ensure that: A.There is sufficient supervision of every candidate to
enable work to be authenticated; the work that an individual candidate submits for assessment is his/ her own. B.Work may be completed outside of the centre without direct supervision, provided that the centre is confident that the work produced is the candidates own. NEA Part 3 What advice and feedback can you give? Content v Process Unless specifically prohibited by the awarding bodys specification you may: Review candidates work and provide oral and written advice at a general level; NB. This refers to general aspects of the process, not specific elements of content. Having provided advice at a general level, allow candidates to revise and redraft work.. General advice of this nature does not need to be recorded or taken into account when the work is marked. However. NEA Part 3 If you give any assistance which goes beyond general advice, for example: -provide detailed specific advice on how to improve drafts to meet the assessment
criteria; -give detailed feedback on errors and omissions which limits candidates opportunities to show initiative themselves; -intervene personally to improve the presentation or content of work; then you must record this assistance and either take it into account when marking the work or submit it to the external examiner. Annotation should be used to explain how marks were applied in the context of the additional assistance given. (See section 6.1, page 15 of the JCQ document). You must not provisionally assess work and then allow the candidate to revise it. Failure to follow this procedure constitutes malpractice Analyse yourself or another (15 marks) 1. Fitness strength (fully justified with reference to recent performances) 2. Fitness weakness (fully justified with reference to recent performances) 3. Skill/ tactical strength (fully justified with reference to recent performances) 4. Skill/ tactic weakness (fully justified with reference to recent performances) Evaluation (10 marks) 1. Choose a suitable training type (justified)
2. Write up a session of that training type in detail (how will it help?) 3. Choose another area of the theoretical course 4. Justify how knowledge of this area could improve performance 5. Demonstrate how it could be used in the future Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Assessment objectives- directed by Ofqual/ DFE Assessment Objectives AO1 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of factors that underpin performance and involvement in physical activity and sport (25%) AO2 Apply knowledge and understanding of factors that underpin performance and involvement in physical activity and sport (20%) AO3 Analyse and evaluate factors that underpin involvement in physical activity/ sport (15%) AO4
performance and Demonstrate and apply relevant skills and techniques in physical activity and sport (30%) Analyse and evaluate performance (10%) Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Using the SAMS to prepare students Multiple choice Short answer 6 mark questions (1,2,3) 9 mark questions (2,2,5)
Develop of answers through the AOs Scaffolding of answers for all abilities Grades GCSE specification layout you have been using. 16 Copyright AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. Quick Tip Sagittal plane- divides you into sides Transverse plane- top and bottom Frontal plane- divides you into front and back Sagittal axis- through the stomach Longitudinal axis- large kebab being cooked Transverse axis- table footballer
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