Year 11 General Physical Education Studies

Course Outline 2019

 

Week Content Assessment

Term 1

1

Introduction to Physical Education Studies

Functional anatomy

⦿ five major functions of bones

support

protection

movement

storage

blood cell production

 
2

Functional anatomy

⦿ four bone classifications

long

short

flat

irregular

⦿ major bones that assist with skeletal movement

femur

tibia

humerus

fibula

radius

pelvis

ulna

vertebrae

basic structure and function of tendons and ligaments

 
3

Functional anatomy

Anatomical Planes and Axes

⦿ Saiggital/Lateral

⦿ Frontal/Coronal

⦿ Transverse/Axial

⦿ basic terminology used to describe types of movements

extension

flexion

rotation

 
4

Functional anatomy

⦿ basic functions of the muscles

movement

posture

joint stability

⦿ types of muscles

skeletal

smooth

cardiac

⦿ major skeletal muscles that assist with movement

biceps

triceps

abdominals

gastrocnemius

soleus

quadriceps

trapezius

hamstrings

deltoids

pectoralis

latissimus

gluteus maximus

⦿ basic structure and function of tendons and ligaments

⦿ body types (somatotypes) and their suitability to specific sports

endomorph

mesomorph

ectomorph

 
5

Functional anatomy

⦿ basic structure and function of the circulatory system

heart

arteries

veins

capillaries

blood

 
6

Functional anatomy

⦿ basic structure and function of the respiratory system

lungs

diaphragm

alveoli

 
7 Revision

Task 1: topic test – functional anatomy

(7.5%)

8-9

Developing physical skills and tactics

⦿ develop and apply basic movement skills, patterns and techniques

⦿ definitions of strategy and tactic

⦿ basic classifications of physical activity

invasion

target

net/wall

athletics

striking, fielding

aquatics

⦿ identify and develop basic tactical concepts

⦿ identify and apply solutions to selected tactical problems

prevent scoring

restart play

score

Task 2: skill performance (Tennis)

(12.5%)

10

Exercise physiology

⦿ immediate responses of the circulatory system to physical activity

heart rate

stroke volume

blood pressure

cardiac output

maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max)

 

Term 2

1

Exercise physiology

⦿ responses of the respiratory system to physical activity

tidal volume

respiratory rate

vital capacity

gas exchange

 
2-3

Exercise physiology

⦿ definitions and features of the energy systems

anaerobic – adenosine triphosphate – creatine phosphate (ATP-CP)

lactic acid

aerobic

⦿ components of health-related fitness

cardiorespiratory endurance

muscular strength

muscular endurance

flexibility

body composition

⦿ components of a performance-related fitness profile

agility

balance

coordination

reaction time

speed

power

 
4-5

Exercise physiology

⦿ characteristics of warm-up and cool down

aerobic/continuous activity

stretching (muscle specific)

specific to the game

safe techniques

⦿ simple tests to measure fitness components

step test

grip test

chin up test

sit and reach tests

skin-fold measurements

 
6-7

Assignment work

Tennis Training

Task 3: game performance (tennis)

(12.5%)

Task 4: fitness testing – exercise physiology assignment

(12.5%)

8-9

Biomechanics

⦿ definitions of biomechanical principles relating to motion

linear motion – movement in straight line

angular motion – rotation

general motion – combination of angular motion to create linear motion

phases of movement (preparation, action and follow through) and how they can assist with biomechanical analysis

 
10

Biomechanics

⦿ role of biomechanics

improve performance

prevent sports injuries

 

Term 3

1-2

Motor learning and coaching

⦿ classification of motor skills

environmental influences – open and closed

muscular involvement – gross and fine

continuity – discrete, continuous and serial

difficulty – simple and complex

⦿ Fitts and Posner model of the phases of learning

cognitive (early)

associative (intermediate)

autonomous (final)

 
3-4

Motor learning and coaching

⦿ explain the relationship between components of performance-related fitness and skill development in terms of balance, speed, strength, and flexibility

⦿ basic elements of a training session

warm-up

fitness session

skill development

culmination

cool down

⦿ basic processes of coaching and/or teaching a skill

introduce

demonstrate and practise

provide feedback

Task 5: skill performance (netball) – developing physical skills and tactics

(12.5%)

5

Motor learning and coaching

⦿ observe skills using basic tools, schema and rubrics

checklists

video

 
6 Assignment work and Sports training Task 6: skill observation and analysis – motor learning and coaching (12.5%)
7

Sports psychology

⦿ factors to consider when preparing mentally for physical activity

personal attitudes

behaviours

values

participation

⦿ role of mental skills in creating a mind set to improve performance

know yourself

use positive mental talk

believe in yourself

use your mind’s eye (mental imagery)

learn from success and failure

 
8

Sports psychology

⦿ skills and strategies required for team building

compromise

commitment to group goals

respect for others’ values and trust

 
9 Revision and Sports Training

Task 7: topic test – sports psychology (7.5%)

Task 8: game performance (netball) – developing physical skills and tactics

(12.5%)

Term 4

1

Exam Preparation  
2 Exam Preparation  
3 Exam Preparation  
4 Exam Preparation Task 9: end of year examination – motor learning and coaching; functional anatomy; sports psychology; exercise physiology (10%)
5 2020 Preparation  
6 2020 Preparation  

This document is subject to revision.

The Year 11 Syllabus for Physical Education Studies can be found on the SCSA website.

http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/