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First Year PE Scheme of Work

Added: 02 Jul 2017 Contributor: NIAMH BARRY Resource type: Scheme Of Work

This is a comprehensive scheme of work for a First Year PE class. They have completed Physical Education in a variety of amounts. Most pupils will be involved in the local GAA/hurling club and some pupils will have be involved in some Physical Activity in Primary School. This scheme will apply a holistic approach to the concept of Physical Activity for young people. It will aim to provide activity at a moderate to vigorous level, while teaching about the importance of MVPA for 60 minutes every day to gain the associated health benefits. It reflects the syllabus in that it recognises the ‘physical, emotional, mental and social dimensions of human movement.’

How it maps to the curriculum

JC
Physical Education

Strand: Assessment

Suggestions for use: They are a first year class. They have completed Physical Education in a variety of amounts. Most pupils will be involved in the local GAA/hurling club and some pupils will have be involved in some Physical Activity in Primary School. This scheme will apply a holistic approach to the concept of Physical Activity for young people. It will aim to provide activity at a moderate to vigorous level, while teaching about the importance of MVPA for 60 minutes every day to gain the associated health benefits. It reflects the syllabus in that it recognises the ‘physical, emotional, mental and social dimensions of human movement.’

Key Skills:

  • Being Creative
  • Communicating
  • Managing Information and Thinking
  • Staying Well
  • Working with Others
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Managing Myself

Strand: Short Course

Suggestions for use: They are a first year class. They have completed Physical Education in a variety of amounts. Most pupils will be involved in the local GAA/hurling club and some pupils will have be involved in some Physical Activity in Primary School. This scheme will apply a holistic approach to the concept of Physical Activity for young people. It will aim to provide activity at a moderate to vigorous level, while teaching about the importance of MVPA for 60 minutes every day to gain the associated health benefits. It reflects the syllabus in that it recognises the ‘physical, emotional, mental and social dimensions of human movement.’ This scheme can be easily adapted for the Short Course Learning Outcomes.

Key Skills:

  • Being Creative
  • Communicating
  • Managing Information and Thinking
  • Staying Well
  • Working with Others
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Managing Myself

Meta information

  • Asset type: Document
  • Language: English
  • Rights: All rights reserved
  • Cost: No
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