OCR AS PE Student Book

OCR AS PE Student Book

Mixed media product OCR A Level PE

Edited by Dave Carnell, Edited by John Ireland, Edited by Claire Miller, Edited by Sarah Van Wely, Edited by Ken Mackreth


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  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Format: Mixed media product | 376 pages
  • Dimensions: 198mm x 264mm x 17mm | 940g
  • Publication date: 30 July 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Harlow
  • ISBN 10: 0435466771
  • ISBN 13: 9780435466770
  • Edition: 2, Revised
  • Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: full colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 99,766

Product description

Fully endorsed by OCR for use with the 2008 OCR PE A Level specification, this Student Book comes with a FREE CD-ROM featuring LiveText - an electronic version of the Student Book - and Exam Cafe, which provides interactive revision support for exam preparation. Written by a team of experts, including a Chief and Principal Examiner, these new resources contain new and improved content with an emphasis on assessment - exactly what teachers have been asking for. It also includes Apply it! features to reinforce how the theory being demonstrated is used in real life situations, Take it Further activities to strengthen understanding plus model question and answer sections, including tips on exam techniques and revision advice direct from examiners.

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Table of contents

Anatomy & Physiology (Section A) 1. The skeletal & muscular systems 2. Basic concepts of biomechanics 3. The cardiovascular & respiratory systems Part 1-3: Response of the cardiovascular (heart), (vascular), (respirtatory) system to physical activity Aquiring movement Skills (Section B) 4. Classification of motor skills and abilities 5. The development of motor skills 6. Information processing 7. Motor control of skills in physical activity 8. Learning skills in physical activity Part 1: Motivation & arousal Part 2: Theories relating the learning of movement skills Part 3: Transfer of learning Social-cultural Studies Relating to Participating in Physical Activity (Section C) 9. Physical activity 10. Sport & culture 11. Contemporary sporting issues Part 1: Impact on young people's aspirations Part 2: Drugs, the media & sponsorship in sport Part 3: The Olympic Games Acquiring, Developing & Evaluating Pratical Skills in Physical Education (Section D) 12. Performance 13. Evaluating & planning for the improvement of performance