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    Physiological Factors Affecting Performance Applied Anatomy and Physiology with Exercise Physiology With Alice Allen and Wes Davis – Wednesday 12th June – 9.30am – 3.30pm

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    Tutors: Alice Allen and Wes Davis (see Allice and Wes’s profiles at end)
    • A quality assured, power-packed day with a supremely experienced and knowledgeable presenters
    • increased knowledge and confidence – whether starting out or upskilling
    • stacks of powerful tips, tools, techniques and ideas to equip, motivate and inspire
    • links to exam questions and essential exam technique throughout

    Session 1: 9.30-10.45 (ALICE) Applied A&P: Muscular system

    • Movement analysis - simplifying and reducing the volume of content
    • Fibre types – modelling how to apply the information
    • Eccentric contraction essentials – getting students’ heads around it!
    • Exam question practice - what’s the question? Cardiovascular system
    • Conduction cycle – breaking it down into small steps and checking for understanding as you go
    • Neural control of HR – diagrams which will be repeated
    • Exam question practice – retail therapy Energy systems
    • Starting point - intensity, duration and examples
    • Demonstrating understanding - card sorts with verbal explanations, connectives game
    • Making connections – 4x4 post it grids
    Break: 10:45-11.00

    Session 2: 11.00-12.00 (Alice) Exercise Physiology Ergogenic aids and diet

    • Giving them the information but doing something with it – HGH vs anabolic steroids
    • Justification and extension tasks – MasterChef, carousels Aerobic capacity
    • Tests to evaluate aerobic capacity – comparing these
    • Adaptations – use of pictures
    • Exam question practice – but without the students’ realising! Flexibility
    • Types and factors affecting – ‘waking up’ the right neurons
    • Applying the information – AO2 skills

    Lunch: 12.00-12.45

    Session 3: 12.45 -1.45 (Wes) Making tricky physiology topics stick! Muscular system

    • Motor unit and muscle contraction – using the MAN-SAYS- ALL framework to provide a hierarchical response
    Respiratory System
    • Gaseous exchange – using the GASPDD framework to recall and apply knowledge
    • Mechanics of breathing – exam technique when moving from rest to exercise – I do, we do, you do
    Energy for exercise:
    • Energy systems – using the FAAST I/D framework to provide a streamlined approach
    • Energy continuum – Using the FIDR framework to explain the interplay between energy systems during intermittent exercise
    Strength and flexibility
    • Making adaptations to training accessible for all students
      Stretch / Screen Break: 1:45-1.50

    Session 4: 1.50-2.35 Making training types accessible (Alice )

    Aerobic capacity
    • Continuous vs HIIT training
    • Adaptations – using pictures to aid understanding and recall PNF
    • Breaking it down into 3 easy steps Plyometrics
    • Understanding the process – yet to be examined!
    • Comparing explosive strength weight training with plyometrics – intensity Weight training
    • New terms and numbers - summary tables
    Stretch / Screen Break: 2:35-2:45

    Session 5: 2:45-3.15 Synoptic (WES and ALICE)

    • Applying the Assessment Objectives (AO1, AO2, AO3) - apples and pears
    • Writing responses – do it again but better
    • Marking exemplar scripts – banded mark schemes
    3.15-3.30 – chat will remain open

    Tutor Profile – Alice Allen

    • PE Teacher and Advanced Practitioner in Mastery (previously Curriculum Manager for PE) at The Sixth Form College Farnborough
    • 6 years' experience teaching all components of OCR A Level PE
    • Experienced deliverer of staff INSET.

    Tutor Profile – Wes Davis

    • Teaching and Learning Coordinator and Head of Sport at Worcester Sixth Form College
    • 16 years’ experience teaching all components of OCR A-Level PE
    • consistent achievement of outstanding results (ALPS 2)
    • highly experienced A-level PE Examiner and Team Leader for a major awarding body
    • finalist in the TES teacher of the year award
    • experienced CPD provider.
    £225.00 .
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    Socio-cultural Issues Sport & Society with Contemporary Sporting Issues Online Wes Davis Thursday 13th June 9.30am -3.30pm

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    Tutor: Wes Davis (see Wes’s profile at end) • a quality assured, power-packed day with a supremely experienced and knowledgeable presenter • increased knowledge and confidence – whether starting out or upskilling • stacks of powerful tips, tools, techniques and ideas to equip, motivate and inspire • links to exam questions and essential exam technique throughout

    Session 1: 9.30-10.45 - Sport and Society:

    The emergence and evolution of modern sport - how social and cultural factors shaped the characteristics of, and participation in, sports and pastimes in:
    • Pre-industrial Britain and Post 1850 industrial Britain – Answer frameworks to maximise performance
    • influence of the public schools
    • 20th century Britain – spaced retrieval from pre-industrial post 1850 industrial Britain to optimise cognitive load
    • 21st century Britain – putting the global into globalisation answers
    10:45-11.00 – Break

    Session 2: 11.00-12.15 – Sport and Society:

    ● The Modern Olympic Games
    • background and aims – memorisation techniques
    • political exploitation – elaborative interrogation to ensure accurate descriptions
    • Hosting global sporting events – essential exam technique for positive and negative impacts 12.15-1.00 - Lunch

    Session 3: 1.00-1.45 – Contemporary Sporting Issues

    ● Ethics and Deviance in sport: from drugs, violence, gambling
    • model answers, modern examples and innovative memorisation strategies
    1:45-1.50 - Stretch / Screen Break

    Session 4: 1.50-2.35 – Contemporary Sporting Issues

    • Routes to excellence – making it memorable and accessible!
    2.35-2:40 - Stretch / Screen Break

    Session 5: 2:40-3.25 - Exam focus and the Synoptic Question

    • Preparing students for the exam
    • Common socio-cultural errors and how to avoid them
    • Understanding the synoptic question and how to teach it
      Tutor Profile – Wes Davis
    • teaching and Learning Coordinator and Head of Sport at Worcester Sixth Form College (ALPS 2 for A level PE)
    • > 16 years’ experience teaching all components of the OCR A-Level
    • consistently excellent student examination results
    • passionate about applying evidence informed teaching and learning into A level PE
    • highly experienced A-level PE Examiner and team leader for a major awarding body
    • Finalist for recent TES Teacher of The Year award
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    Physiological Factors Affecting Performance Biomechanics Online With Tim Richardson Thursday 20th June 9.30pm-3.30pm

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    Tutor: Tim Richardson (see Tim's profile at end) • a quality assured, power-packed day with a supremely experienced and knowledgeable presenter • increased knowledge and confidence – whether starting out or upskilling • stacks of powerful tips, tools, techniques and ideas to equip, motivate and inspire • links to exam questions and essential exam technique throughout

    Session 1: 9.30-10.45

    ● Factors affecting centre of mass.
    • Stability: when we need it and when we don’t
    • How to manipulate the COM to be efficient in sport
    ● Factors affecting air resistance.
    • Air Resistance: when we need it and when we don’t
    • How to train and prepare to reduce air resistance / drag
    ● Free Body Diagrams
    • Drawing practice and interpretation
    10.45 – 11.00      Stretch break / refresh / discussion

    Session 2: 11.00-12.15

    ● Efficiency of Lever Systems and examples in sport
    • Understanding mechanical advantage and disadvantage
    • Effort arm and load arm and production of force
    ● Plotting and interpreting graphs of linear motion
    • Know the differences in shapes between distance / time and speed / time graphs
    • Velocity time graphs and change of direction

    Session 3: 1.00-2.15

    ● Calculations for angular motion
    • Radians as measurement of angle of rotation
    ● Conservation of angular momentum during flight.
    • Angular Analogue of Newton 1
    • The relationship between moment of inertia and angular velocity
    2:15pm – 2:20pm      Stretch break / refresh / discussion

    Session 4: 2.30-3.15

    ● Resolution of forces acting on a projectile in flight
    • Flight paths and free body diagrams
    • Drawing and interpreting parallelograms of forces
    ● The Bernoulli Principle and Magnus effect
    • Pressure differentials and the flight of objects
    • Creation of different types of spin using eccentric forces
    3.15 – 3.30pm     Chat will remain open Tutor Profile - Tim Richardson
    • Taught A level PE for 20 years GCSE and BTEC sport for 5 years
    • Assistant Deputy Head: Co-Curriculum
    • Principal examiner for an exam board AS paper
    • Senior Team Leader for an exam board A2 paper
    • Subject expert delivering courses throughout the year
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