UNIT 1 Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness

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UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Candidates should know: • Protocols,

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Candidates should know: • Protocols, validity, reliability • forms of monitoring (HR/ diaries), health questionnaires and screening (blood pressure) Practical Application • Why we assess for health and fitness Links • Why assessment of health and fitness can help an individual plan and maintain a regular involvement in healthy physical activity. Information/Discussion Diagram/Table Activity Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Why Test? Information/Discussion Practical Application

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Why Test? Information/Discussion Practical Application Links Diagram/Table • Testing gives information on the individual’s current state of health and fitness • Starting point for development • Shows strengths of individuals • Shows weaknesses • Shows improvements to training • Can be used to compare individuals • Motivates Activity Revision Glossary GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness How to test Testing correctly,

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness How to test Testing correctly, three main components Information/Discussion 1. Practical Application Links Diagram/Table Activity 2. 3. Validity ‘test what you are supposed to be testing’ e. g. MSFT is a valid test for Endurance Reliability ‘consistency’ e. g. retesting Person being tested ‘make sure the individual is healthy enough to perform the test’ Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Who to Test Information/Discussion Practical

UNIT 1 - Information Evaluation of Health and Fitness Who to Test Information/Discussion Practical Application Links • Testing is rigorous and aims to show an individual’s maximum performance • An individual must be in a condition to perform • When testing, the safety of the individual is most important • Checks of an individual’s health should be carried out before testing • Questionnaires and monitoring procedures support this process Diagram/Table Activity Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

Unit 1 - Practical Application Evaluation of Health and Fitness • Discuss what questions

Unit 1 - Practical Application Evaluation of Health and Fitness • Discuss what questions you would ask on a health questionnaire • Design a health questionnaire Information/Discussion Practical Application Links • Choose one test and carry out the test on a small group or individual • Present the results Diagram/Table Activity Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

Unit 1 - Practical Application Evaluation of Health and Fitness • Components of fitness

Unit 1 - Practical Application Evaluation of Health and Fitness • Components of fitness • Health and Exercise Fitness Programmes Information/Discussion • Application of training Practical Application Links Diagram/Table Activity Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU

Unit 1 - Diagram/Table Evaluation of Health and Fitness Test: Component of fitness: Equipment:

Unit 1 - Diagram/Table Evaluation of Health and Fitness Test: Component of fitness: Equipment: Number being tested: Date: Protocol: Notes: Information/Discussion Practical Application Links Diagram/Table Feedback: Activity Revision GCSE Physical Education SECTION A (& Short Course) MAIN MENU