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|r Evans
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QualIfIcatIon UnIt number and tItle

8TEC Level 2 FIrst 0Iploma In Sport

UnIt 2 - PractIcal Sport

AssIgnment tItle PractIcal Sport
Ìn thIs assessment you wIll have opportunItIes to provIde evIdence agaInst the followIng crIterIa.
ÌndIcate the page numbers where the evIdence can be found.

CrIterIa
reference
To achIeve the crIterIa the evIdence must show that
the student Is able to:

AssIgn
no.
EvIdence

P1

0emonstrate the range of technIques, skIlls and tactIcs approprIate for 1
team sport (P1)



1



P2
0emonstrate the range of technIques, skIlls and tactIcs approprIate for 1
IndIvIdual sport (P2)


2


|1 01
0escrIbe the use of tactIcs approprIate for 1 team and 1 IndIvIdual sport.
(|1)
JustIfy use of tactIcs approprIate for one team and one IndIvIdual sport,
IdentIfyIng areas for Improvement. (02)

J


PJ P4 P5 P6
0escrIbe the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems for one team sport (PJ)
0escrIbe the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems for one IndIvIdual sport
(P4)
0escrIbe the maIn roles and responsIbIlItIes of offIcIals In one team sport
(P5)
0escrIbe the maIn roles and responsIbIlItIes of offIcIals In IndIvIdual sport
(P6)

4


|2
Assess, usIng approprIate examples, the rules, regulatIons and scorIng
systems for one team and one IndIvIdual sport (|2)

5


P7 P8 |J
Produce, wIth tutor support, an observatIon checklIst that could be used to
revIew the sports performance of an IndIvIdual or a team (P7)
Use the observatIon checklIst to revIew the sports performance of an
IndIvIdual or a team, IdentIfyIng strengths and areas for Improvement (P8)
Ìndependently produce an observatIon checklIst that could be used to
revIew the sports performance of an IndIvIdual or a team. (|J)

6


P9 |5 02
Use the observatIon checklIst to revIew own sports performance In an
IndIvIdual sport or team sport, IdentIfyIng strengths and areas for
Improvement.(P9)
ExplaIn own strengths and areas for Improvement In an IndIvIdual sport or
team sport, provIdIng recommendatIons for Improvement.(|5)
Analyse own strengths and areas for Improvement In an IndIvIdual sport or
team sport, justIfyIng recommendatIons for Improvement. (02)

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AssIgnment brIef
UnIt number and tItle UnIt 2 - PractIcal Sport
QualIfIcatIon 8TEC Level 2 FIrst 0Iploma
Start date 8/9/11
0eadlIne
Assessor |r | Evans

AssIgnment tItle PractIcal Sport

n compIetIon of thIs unIt a Iearner shouId:
1 8e able to demonstrate a range of skIlls, technIques and tactIcs In selected sports
2 Know the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems of selected sports
J Know the roles and responsIbIlItIes of offIcIals In selected sports
4 8e able to revIew sports performance.
AssIgnment 1 - 0eadIIne:

You have always been really keen on playIng sport but have recently started to take an Interest In helpIng the coachIng staff at
your local (Insert team sport) club coach some of the younger players.

You have found thIs both enjoyable and rewardIng - although It can be quIte challengIng at tImes!

The group you are currently workIng wIth are really keen.but theIr standard of play Isn't yet up to scratch.

You decIde to spend the next few sessIons focusIng on technIques, skIlls and tactIcs - goIng back to basIcs somewhat. You have
notIced that the youngsters learn best when they observe, so you decIde to demonstrate the range of technIques, skIIIs and
tactIcs they requIre for the sport (P1)

Although the group are as keen as mustard they can be a paIn at tImes..so you need to make the demonstratIons fun, InterestIng
and most of all accurate!



Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present
assessment

O ActIvIty 1 - ShowtIme!
O ActIvIty 2 - TechnIcal genIus
O ActIvIty J - SkIll Skool.well
TechnIque Skool at least!
O ActIvIty 4 - SkIll, skIll and more
skIll!
O ActIvIty 5 - Cool under pressure
O ActIvIty 6 - Smart tactIcs.
O ActIvIty 7 - TactIcal masterstroke


O As the verb Is
demonstrate the
optIons are lImIted -
you wIll have to
conduct thIs actIvIty
practIcally.
















AssIgnment 2 0eadIIne:

Your coachIng wIth the youngsters Is goIng really well and not only are you havIng an Impact wIth the players but wIth some of the
parents as well!

Dne of them In partIcular Is serIously Impressed. She Is a prImary school teacher and asks If you would be prepared to run some
sImIlar sessIons for her In theIr school - but thIs tIme focusIng In on (Insert IndIvIdual sport)

As a bIt of an all·rounder you agree - seeIng It as a complIment!

The format you used for the team sport at your club worked well so you decIde to follow a sImIlar plan · decIdIng to spend the
next few sessIons focusIng on technIques, skIlls and tactIcs. You expect the pupIls to enjoy practIcal sessIons so plan to Incorporate
loads of demonstratIons of technIques, skIIIs and tactIcs of the sport to get your message across (P2)

All the pupIls wIll be between 10·11 years of age so you know you are goIng to have to make the demonstratIons fun, InterestIng
and accurate to keep them focused!



Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present
assessment

O ActIvIty 8 - Dne man (or
woman) band!
O ActIvIty 9 - TechnIcal data
O ActIvIty 10 - Show Pony!
O ActIvIty 11 - |ore actIon
(braIn actIon)



O As the verb Is demonstrate
the optIons are lImIted -you
wIll have to conduct thIs
actIvIty practIcally.

AssIgnment 3 0eadIIne:

8oth your coachIng sessIons are goIng well. You are gettIng some excellent results developIng theIr technIques and skIlls but are
havIng some dIffIculty In gettIng the message over about tactIcs...despIte runnIng some really good practIcal sessIons.

You therefore decIde to ask your PE teacher for help.

TheIr InItIal thoughts are that your own knowledge of tactIcs may be lackIng (cheeky) so suggest you take part In some practIcal
sessIons In both sports so they can see your tactIcal braIn In actIon!

Task 1

HavIng performed well In both sessIons your PE teacher arranges a de·brIef sessIon where they Intend to delve deeper Into your
knowledge of tactIcs.

They start by askIng you to descrIbe the use of tactIcs whIch are approprIate for the team and IndIvIduaI sport (h1) you have
just performed.

You quIckly decIde to scrIbble some Ideas down to help as you mIght forget some Important InformatIon when the pressure Is on.

TactIc Sport When used! What dId you actuaIIy do!






















Task 2

HavIng gIven a clear descrIptIon of the tactIcs to your PE teacher they decIde to challenge you some more, by askIng you to justIfy
your use of the tactIcs for the team and IndIvIduaI sport you performed, IdentIfyIng areas where you need to Improve (01)


Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present assessment

O ActIvIty 12 - Perfect tactIcs, but what about
the others:
O ActIvIty 1J - Ì'm the busIness..but!



O 'erbally - vIa a dIscussIon
O As part of a traInIng dIary or log
O As part of a coachIng sessIon - supportIng
demonstratIons verbally to enhance the
descrIptIon/justIfIcatIon


AssIgnment 4 0eadIIne:

8ack at the prImary school the results of your Improved tactIcal knowledge are reapIng theIr rewards - the progress of the
youngsters Is good and you are pleased wIth the Improvements.

The teacher Is also really pleased - so much so that they have decIded to start takIng part In some Inter·school matches after a
long absence. They want you to help offIcIate In some of the matches (whIch wIll be In a range of team and IndIvIdual sports) but
unfortunately, due to your other commItments, you haven't got the tIme.

You have an Idea though!

You suggest that you could produce a whole set of materIal for the school that they could use to Inform teachers or parent helpers
about the rules, regulatIons, scorIng systems and the roles of offIcIals In (Insert team E IndIvIdual sport).

You thInk thIs would be a really Invaluable resource for the school and Is somethIng they could refer to tIme after tIme.

Your only real dIlemma Is how best to present the InformatIon...but that shouldn't create too much trouble for you, as long as you
can:

O descrIbe the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems for one team sport (PJ) and one IndIvIdual sport (P4) and
O descrIbe the maIn roles E responsIbIlItIes of offIcIals In one team sport (P5) and one IndIvIdual sport (P6)

Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present assessment

O ActIvIty 14 - Come on ref!
O ActIvIty 15 - You cannot be serIous
O ActIvIty 16 - Dver to you
O ActIvIty 17 - What..agaIn!
O ActIvIty 20 - Someone's got to do It
O ActIvIty 21 - Ì'm In charge (or helpIng
anyway)!
O ActIvIty 22 - You're In charge..If
you're up to It of course!

O Teacher records 16, 17 E 22


O 'Ia a annotated poster for dIfferent sports E the roles of
offIcIals
O 'Ia a factsheet for dIfferent sports and offIcIals
O 'Ia a PowerPoInt presentatIon that could be put on your
blog
O 'erbally to the PE teacher (supported wIth a range of
support materIal)

AssIgnment 5 0eadIIne:

The school Is really happy wIth the InformatIon you have produced on the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems.but they have
certaInly started some debate!

They have recruIted the help of some parents to assIst wIth school fIxtures and although they are very keen they are fIndIng some
of the rules etc. a bIt confusIng.

At the end of an after school traInIng sessIon one evenIng you decIde to go through the rules whIch are causIng a problem wIth
them..but It soon turns Into a bIt of a dIscussIon about your opInIon and you fInd yourself assessIng the ruIes, reguIatIons and
scorIng system of (Insert team E IndIvIdual sport) - usIng exampIes (h2) to get your message across.

The parents are keen to hear your opInIon of the strengths and weaknesses of the rules, regulatIons and scorIng systems and theIr
value and Importance to each of the sports you have covered.

ThIs Is rIght up your street as you have some very InterestIng vIews! You also know that you have your 8TEC course fIle In your bag
wIth an assessment you can refer to!

Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present assessment

O ActIvIty 18 - The
rules are rubbIsh!
O ActIvIty 19 - |y
assessment Is.


The methods IdentIfIed In assIgnment 4 are all
relevant, although It may be easIer to conduct
thIs actIvIty vIa a verbal presentatIon bearIng In
mInd the nature of the assessment crIterIa
(assess).

EvIdence wIll then be recorded vIa a wItness
statement or observatIon record



AssIgnment 6 0eadIIne

Three months down the lIne and the prImary school are well Into theIr Inter·school fIxtures - the chIldren are enjoyIng It, the
coachIng Is good and everyone concerned seems to understand the rules E regulatIons and the roles of offIcIals!

Now that's some achIevement and a real result!

However, there Is one last task they want your help wIth before you fInIsh your 8TEC Sport course and that Is to help (enter eIther
the team or IndIvIdual) Improve theIr overall performance so they can become more successful.

You decIde the best way to do thIs Is to produce an observatIon checkIIst that you couId use to revIew theIr performance (|J),
knowIng that your PE teacher or sports coach Is there to heIp If needed (P7)

Dnce you have produced the checklIst you Intend to:

V &se It to revIew the performance of (enter eIther the team or IndIvIdual) and IdentIfy theIr strengths and areas for
Improvement (P8)

V xpIaIn the strengths and areas for Improvement justIfyIng recommendatIons for Improvement (|4). You need to make
sure your recommendatIons for Improvement Include both short and long term Improvements

Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present assessment

O ActIvIty 2J - Eagle eye!
O ActIvIty 24 - The applIance of
scIence!
O ActIvIty 25 - A bIt more to go on..
O ActIvIty 26 - Cood ZIlla or 8ad ZIlla:
O ActIvIty 27 - Dn the up!
O ActIvIty 28 - 8ecause Ì saId so!

For P7 and |J you have to produce an observatIon
checklIst and then use It to IdentIfy strengths and
areas for Improvement (P8)

P8 E |4 on the other hand can be completed In a
varIety of ways, for example:

4 'erbally to the team or IndIvIdual as part
of a de·brIef or pre·traInIng sessIon
4 CompletIng a coach revIew sectIon In a
performance dIary/log
4 'Ia emaIl to the performer



AssIgnment 7 0eadIIne:

HavIng done all thIs work for other people you thInk It's about tIme you concentrated on your own game for a whIle - havIng
neglected It recently.

The observatIon checklIst you have been usIng wIth the prImary has worked well - so you already have a tool avaIlable to you.you
just have to fInd tIme to use It!

The Idea Is to revIew your performance E then feed the fIndIngs back to your coach - just to show them that you are 'back on
track'!

When the opportunIty arIses, use the checklIst to:

#evIew your own performance In (Insert sport) - IdentIfyIng strengths E areas
for Improvement (P9)
ExplaIn your strengths E areas for Improvement - provIdIng recommendatIons
for Improvement (|5)
Analyse your strengths E areas for Improvement - justIfyIng
recommendatIons for Improvement (02)

When you tell your teacher what you Intend to do they provIde you wIth a form to get your Ideas down, tellIng you that It Is
somethIng they have used In the past E have found very useful.

Ìt's up to you though - you are well capable of presentIng the InformatIon In a way that you feel comfortable wIth by thIs stage of
your development!











































Pesources for support


PossIbIe ways to present assessment

O ActIvIty 29 - Ì'm the
prIorIty now!


'erbally to a coach, usIng the template as a basIs
As materIal for theIr traInIng dIary
As a serIes of motIvatIonal posters they could dot around theIr
bedroom!


#esources to help:


Textbooks
Adams |, 8eashel P, Hancock J, HarrIs 8, PhIllIppo P, SergIson A and Taylor Ì - 8TEC Level 2 Fìrst Sport Student
8ook (Pearson, January 2010) ÌS8N 9781846906220
Adams |, 8eashel P, HarrIs 8, Johnson S, PhIllIppo P and SergIson A - 8TEC Level 2 Fìrst Sport Tecchìny
Resource Pcck (Pearson, AprIl 2010) ÌS8N 978184690717J
8arham et al - Anìmcted Skìll 0rìlls ]or Netbcll Cocchìny - Anìmcted Sports Cocchìny (Tacklesport Ltd, 2000)
ÌS8N 978095J8166J7
Commons #, #Izzo C, Swales | - Level 2 8TEC Fìrsts ìn Sport Student's 8ook (Folens, |ay 2010)
ÌS8N 9781850085157
Commons #, #Izzo C, Swales | - Level 2 8TEC Fìrsts ìn Sport Teccher's 6uìde (Folens, |ay 2010)
ÌS8N 9781850085164
CushIng and CushIng - Anìmcted Skìll 0rìlls ]or Ruyby 0nìon Cocchìny - Anìmcted Sports Cocchìny (Tacklesport
Ltd, 1997) ÌS8N 978095J816606
Edwards, J - 8cdmìnton: Technìque, Tcctìcs, Trcìnìny - Crowood Sports 6uìdes (The Crowood Press Ltd, 1997)
ÌS8N 9781861260277
Jones L - Anìmcted Skìll 0rìlls ]or Crìcket Cocchìny - Anìmcted Sports Cocchìny (Tacklesport Ltd, 1999)
ÌS8N 978095J81661J
Knowles et al - Anìmcted Skìll 0rìlls ]or Soccer Cocchìny - Anìmcted Sports Cocchìny (Tacklesport Ltd, 1999)
ÌS8N 978095J816620
Parkhurst A - Tennìs: A Complete 6uìde to Tcctìcs cnd Trcìnìny - Sportìny Skìlls (FIrst Stone PublIshIng, 2005)
ÌS8N 97819044J9479
WebsItes
Amateur SwImmIng AssocIatIon www.brItIshswImmIng.org
8admInton AssocIatIon of England www.badmIntonengland.co.uk
8rItIsh CyclIng www.brItIshcyclIng.org.uk
8rItIsh CymnastIcs www.brItIsh·gymnastIcs.org.uk
The 8rItIsh DlympIc AssocIatIon www.olympIcs.org.uk
8rItIsh 'olleyball AssocIatIon www.brItIshperformancevolleyball.org
CoachwIse www.1st4sport.co.uk
EnglIsh 8asketball AssocIatIon www.englandbasketball.co.uk
The Football AssocIatIon www.thefa.com
The Lawn TennIs AssocIatIon www.lta.org.uk
The #ugby Football UnIon www.rfu.com
Sports Leaders UK www.sportsleaders.org
Sports DffIcIals UK www.sportsoffIcIalsuk.com
UK AthletIcs www.ukathletIcs.net
UK Sport www.uksport.gov.uk



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QualIfIcatIon 8TEC NatIonal 0Iploma Level 2 Assessor name |r Evans
UnIt number and tItle 1 - FItness TestIng E TraInIng Learner name

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P6

P7

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