Tracy Parker on Twitter: "#SOLOTaxonomy used to monitor progress with BTEC L3 Sport students @JohnLeggottColl http://t.co/31qcopFu4Q"
amazing & thought provoking video on women in sport, ideal for btec students. looks at contemporary issues & barriers to participation.
basic sports development pyramid for teaching gcse/btec students.
@ParkerPEDept @TTCPE: Revision sheet gcse muscular system pic.twitter.com/3BeELGMkt7
Whether it is a game you are playing or a sport-specific skill you are working on, the health or skill related component signs can work as a valuable tool for you to come back to time and time again!
i feel all students should have a grasp of basic theoretical issues relating to pe whether they take gcse or not, eg, bones, muscles,barriers, benefits... what's happening in the sport world etc..
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Functional English SoW and resources for BTEC Sport E3, L1, L2
Voluntary muscles make the body move. They are attached to the skeleton and can be controlled. via MrBondPE on Twitter