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2017 Unit 3 & 4 Physical Education Course Outline

UNIT TITLE: Talking Crazy, Thinking smart, Walking fast


Unit 3: Movement skills and energy for physical activity

YEAR:
12

Area of Study (AOS):


Area of Study 1
How are movement skills improved?

SEQUENCE & LENGTH:

AOS Description:

WEEK/DATE/TERM:

This unit will go for


This Unit 3, follows on from Unit 1 & 2 of
Physical Education
15 Lessons x 75min per lesson

How are movement skills improved?


In this area of study students examine the biomechanical and skill acquisition principles that can
be applied when analysing and improving movement skills used in physical activity and sport.
Through coaching and involvement in a variety of practical activities, students investigate and
analyse movements to develop an understanding of how the correct application of biomechanical
and skill acquisition principles leads to greater efficiency and accuracy in movement skills.

Key Knowledge/s:
classification of movement skills including
fundamental movement skills, sport specific skills,
open and closed skills, gross and ne skills, and
discrete, serial and continuous motor skills

Weeks 1 8 Term 1

Key Skills:
analyse and classify movement skills

analyse individual, task and environmental factors influencing


movement skill development

analyse the link between motor skill development and participation


and performance

perform a qualitative analysis of a movement skill using video and


systematic observation to analyse and improve a variety of
movement skills

influences on movement including individual, task


and environmental constraints on motor skill
development

the link between motor skill development and


participation and performance

qualitative movement analysis principles


(preparation, observation, evaluation and error
correction)

analyse, interpret and apply graphical, visual and physical


representations of biomechanical principles to improve movement
skills in a coaching context

biomechanical principles for analysis of human

explain and apply theories of learning to practical coaching

movement including:

angular and linear kinetic concepts of


human movement: Newtons three laws of
motion, inertia, mass, force, momentum and
impulse
angular and linear kinematic concepts of
human movement: distance, displacement,
speed, velocity, acceleration and projectile
motion (height, angle and speed of release)
equilibrium and human movement: levers
(force, axis, resistance and the mechanical
advantage of anatomical levers), stability and
balance (center of gravity, base of support
and line of gravity)

direct and constraints based approaches to coaching


and instruction

sociocultural factors that have an affect on skill


development, and the characteristics of the three
stages of learning (cognitive, associative and
autonomous)

practice strategies to improve movement skills


including amount, distribution (massed and
distributed) and variability (blocked and random)

feedback including type (intrinsic, augmented,


knowledge of results and knowledge of performance)
and frequency.

situations

explain sociocultural factors that influence movement skill


development at different stages of learning

discuss how skill classification affects the selection of appropriate


practice strategies

participate in, observe and record the characteristics of different


types of practice strategies

perform, observe, analyse, and report on the role of feedback in


improving performance through practical- based activities.

Teaching Approaches:

Assessment ideas:

Digital Presentations, Practical lessons, Theory lessons,


small group work, individual work, and differencated
teaching styles.

Collect and analyse information from, and participate in, a variety of


practical activities to develop and refine movement skills from a coaching
perspective, through the application of biomechanical and skill acquisition
principles.

Structured questions that draw on primary data which analyses a


movement skill using biomechanical and skill acquisition principles.

2017 Unit 3 & 4 Physical Education Course Outline


SEMESTER ONE COURSE OUTLINE:
UNIT THREE:
Week
AOS
Lesson
Date

Links to:

Textbook
Reference

Topic & Content to be


covered

Teaching and Learning Activities

75min
lesson

WEEK 2
Lesson 3
75min
lesson

AOS 2 Biomechanical Movement Principles

WEEK 1
Lesson 1

Key Knowledge:
classification of movement
skills including fundamental
movement skills, sport specific
skills, open and closed skills,
gross, fine skills, skills,
discrete, serial and continuous
motor skills.
Key Skills:
analyse and classify
movement skills

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Key Knowledge:
influences on movement
including individual, task and
environmental constraints on
motor skill development
the link between motor skill
development and participation
and performance
Key Skills:
analyse individual, task and
environmental factors
influencing movement skill
development
analyse the link between
motor skill development and
participation and performance

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Key Knowledge:
the link between motor skill
development and participation
and performance
Key Skills:
analyse the link between
motor skill development and
participation and performance

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Chapter 10 Skill
learning principles
and practice
p.199 - 203
https://www.youtube.
com/watch?
v=MyJzoXqfVx4

What is a skill?
Classifying motor skills
- Movement precision
- Type of movement
- Predictability of the
environment
Movement precision
- Fine & Gross motor
skills
Type of movement
- Discrete and
continuous motor
skills

Predictability of the environment

Feedback

Chapter 10 Skill
learning principles
and practice
p. 205 215

Internal
External

Introduction PowerPoint Skills


Use images of sports specific examp
closed skills class discussion
Visual representation of fine and gro
sporting examples (Youtube Clip)
Textbook questions applying knowl
(Thinking it through p. 202)
Demonstrate with sporting equipme
skills students may work in small g
Homework Read p. 202 - 207

Play the right to sit down (Recap from


PowerPoint Feedback / Motor skill d
Class discussion on motor skill devel
and performance
Questions Live it up p. 293 (Apply

Live it up VCE
Physical Education
Units 1 & 2.
Chapter 8 Skill
learning principles
p. 290

Chapter 10 Skill
learning principles
and practice
p. 205 215
Live it up VCE
Physical Education
Units 1 & 2.

Learning styles
- Effective
communication
- Visual
- Auditory
- Kinaesthetic
Practice
Feedback
- How to deliver
feedback

Activity 1: Padlet
- Brainstorm motor skill developmen
Share your knowledge with the class
Practical Component:
- Activity 2 p. 217 (o thi
over a net into a buck
- Blind Folded
Address different styles of feedback
examples (basketball coach, tennis,
- Students work in sma

Lesson 4
75min
lesson

Key Knowledge:
sociocultural factors that have
an affect on skill development,
and the characteristics of the
three stages of learning
(cognitive, associative and
autonomous)
practice strategies to improve
movement skills including
amount, distribution (massed
and distributed) and variability
(blocked and random)

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Chapter 10 Skill
learning principles
and practice
p. 205 215

Skill learning continuum


- Cognitive stage
- Associative stage
- Autonomous stage

PowerPoint Socialcultural factors


- skill development
Chapter 10 summary questions p. 218 2
Class discussion Practice strategies
Kahoot Quiz - Skill learning principles an

Live it up VCE
Physical Education
Units 1 & 2.

Key Skills:
explain sociocultural factors
that influence movement skill
development at different
stages of learning
discuss how skill classification
affects the selection of
appropriate practice strategies

WEEK 3
Lesson
5
75min
lesson

Key Knowledge:
practice strategies to improve
movement skills including
amount, distribution (massed
and distributed) and variability
(blocked and random)
feedback including type
(intrinsic, augmented,
knowledge of results and
knowledge of performance)
and frequency.
Key Skills:
participate in, observe and
record the characteristics of
different types of practice
strategies

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.
Chapter 10 Skill
learning principles
and practice
p. 205 215

Feedback
- Inherent
- Augmented
Summary of motor skills, type of
movement, environment.

Practical Lesson:
Students will be required to get into
preform a warm up each and then th
feedback.
- Discussion of the type
- How to deliver feedba
Using sporting equipment: lacrosse,
netball, running.
Play a game of netball
- Discuss what student

Homework:
Read Chapter 11 - Nelson Physical Education
p.221 - 229

Lesson 6
75min
lesson

perform, observe, analyse,


and report on the role of
feedback in improving
performance through practical
based activities.

Key Knowledge:
direct and constraints based
approaches to coaching and
instruction
Key Skills:
explain and apply theories of
learning to practical coaching
situations

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Chapter 11 The
coaching toolbox
coaching
characteristics, skills
and responsibilities
p. 220 239

Styles of coaching
- Authoritarian
- Casual / easy going
- Democratic
- Cooperative

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?
v=0VZW54uJW4s

The right to sit down Did you do yo


- Questions on reading
PowerPoint Styles of coaching
Youtube Different styles of coachin
Thinking it Through Questions p. 2
Written report p. 225
- Coaching styles
Activity Coaching styles
- Think of any famous c
and try find an examp
style and explain to th

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?
v=XXk6IQor8KU

WEEK 4
Lesson 7
75 min
lesson

Lesson 8
75 min
lesson

Key Knowledge:
direct and constraints based
approaches to coaching and
instruction
Key Skills:
explain and apply theories of
learning to practical coaching
situations

Key Knowledge:
biomechanical principles for
analysis of human movement
including:
angular and linear kinetic concepts

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Chapter 11 The
coaching toolbox
coaching
characteristics, skills
and responsibilities
p. 220 239

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.
Chapter 4

Coaching Methods
Roles and responsibilities of the
coach
- Skills and
Behaviours of an
exemplary coach

PowerPoint Coaching (methods, roles and


Written Report p. 228 (responsibilities of a c
Small group task:
-

Biomechanical Principles of Motion


- Biomechanical
Analysis (p.63)
- Linear and Angular
Motion (p.67)

Students are to get in


The will be given a sty
have to work together
particular style of coa
given.
Videos will be uploade
page where this can b

Introduction to Biomechanics
PowerPoint
Data Analysis Activity p70

WEEK 5
Lesson 9
75 min
lesson

Lesson 10
75 min
lesson

of human movement: distance,


displacement, speed, velocity,
acceleration

Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 62 67

Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply
graphical, visual and physical
representations of
biomechanical principles to
improve movement skills in a
coaching context

Chapter 4
Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 67 76

Key Knowledge:
biomechanical principles for
analysis of human movement
including:
angular and linear kinetic concepts
of human movement: distance,
displacement, speed, velocity,
acceleration

Nelson Physical
Prac Lesson
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply
graphical, visual and physical
representations of
biomechanical principles to
improve movement skills in a
coaching context

Chapter 4
Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 67 76

Key Knowledge:
biomechanical principles for
analysis of human movement
including:
kinetic concepts of human movement:
distance, displacement, speed,
velocity, acceleration
qualitative movement analysis
principles (preparation,
observation, evaluation and
error correction)

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.

Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply

Chapter 4
Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 62 67

Chapter 4
Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 62 67
Chapter 4
Biomechanical
principles of motion
p. 67 76

Speed and velocity


Acceleration

Movement
Distance
Speed
Acceleration

Biomechanical Principles of Motion


- Speed and velocity
- Acceleration

Play a game of netball.


- Movement
- Distance
- Speed
- Acceleration

PowerPoint Speed & velocity


Padlet activity what do you know?
What do you need to know?
Activity 1:
- Picture game (what type

Questions Thinking it through p. 71

PRAC: Volleyball Lab (p74)


You Tube clips

WEEK 6
Lesson 11
75 min
lesson

graphical, visual and physical


representations of
biomechanical principles to
improve movement skills in a
coaching context
perform a qualitative analysis
of a movement skill using
video and systematic
observation to analyse and
improve a variety of
movement skills

Key Knowledge:
biomechanical principles for
analysis of human movement
including:
projectile motion (height, angle and
speed of release)
Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply
graphical, visual and physical
representations of
biomechanical principles to
improve movement skills in a
coaching context

Lesson 12
75 min
lesson

Key Knowledge:

biomechanical principles
for analysis of human
movement including:
Newtons three laws of motion,
inertia, mass, force, momentum
and impulse

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.
Chapter 5
Biomechanical
principles of motion
through air and
water
p. 79 97
https://phet.colorado.
edu/sims/projectilemotion/projectilemotion_en.html
Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.
Chapter 5
Biomechanical
principles of motion
through air and
water
p. 79 97

Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply graphical,
visual and physical representations of Chapter 6
Biomechanical
biomechanical principles to improve
movement skills in a coaching context principles of force
production
p. 99- 117

Biomechanical Principles of Motion


Through Air and Water
- Projectile Motion
(p.80)
- Factors affecting
projectile motion
(p.82)
- Height of release
- Angle of release
Speed of release

Biomechanical Principles of Force


Production
Inertia (p.99)
- Newtons laws of
motion (p.101)
- Types of Force
(p.102)
- Momentum (p.104)
- Impulse (p. 112)

The right to sit down how much do


Memory cards game can you matc
PowerPoint projectile motion

Using a garden hose demonstrate with the


happends when you put the water on, differ
Homework: Projectile Motion Game

PowerPoint Newtons laws of motio


Investigating friction activity
- Classroom activity (sm
Thinking it through Questions:
- P. 106 & p. 110
Homework Task:
- Students will each get
explore.
- Have to produce a vid
performing this.

WEEK 7
Lesson 13
75 min
lesson

Key Knowledge
biomechanical principles for
analysis of human movement
including:
equilibrium and human movement:
levers (force, axis, resistance and the
mechanical advantage of
anatomical levers), stability and
balance (centre of gravity, base of
support and line of gravity)

Nelson Physical
Education VCE Units
1 & 2.
Chapter 7
Biomechanical
principles of
equilibrium
p. 118 - 133
Peak Performance
p. 56

Biomechanical principles of
equilibrium
- Stability and
balance
- Torque
- Equilibrium
- Locating the centre
of gravity
Levers & classifications
(p. 126)

Kahoot Quiz: How much do you know


knowledge ?

PowerPoint Principles of equilibrium

Class discussion- centre of gravity (u

Peak Performance: p.56

Homework: Chapter Summary Questions- p

Key Skills:
analyse, interpret and apply graphical,
visual and physical representations of
biomechanical principles to improve
movement skills in a coaching context

Lesson 14
75 min
lesson

REVISION LESSON
REVISION LESSON

WEEK 8
Lesson 15
75 min
lesson

Outcome 1:
Collect and analyse
information from, and
participate in, a variety of
practical activities to develop
and refine movement skills
from a coaching perspective,
through the application of
biomechanical and skill
acquisition principles.
Assessment Task:
Structured questions that draw on
primary data which analyses a
movement skill using biomechanical
and skill acquisition principles.

Questions
Biomechanical and skill acquisition
principles
Movement skills

Assessment Task:
Structured questions that draw on primary
data which analyses a movement skill using
biomechanical and skill acquisition
principles.

REVISION LESSO

During this lesson, students will be w


conditions on the assessment task.