Physical Education 2
What will I learn
Factors that contribute towards improving performance (Human anatomy, physiology, biomehcanics, sport psychology and skill acquisition
Methods and principles of training to develop and follow training plans towards a performance based opportunity
Significance of physical activity in the lives of young people
Potentially safety issues arising from participation in a range of physical activities
What should I have already achieved?
It would be beneficial for you to enter the course with some understanding from one of the yer 11 Physical Education courses in either PEHM or PEHS.
How will this course be assessed?
This course is assessed through a range of NCEA level two achievement standards. These can be assessed via Google documents, verbal recordings, presentations or another method of submission that you could discuss with your course teacher based on your needs and strengths.
What are the course costs?
Trip costs: Approx $100 (Depending on trips attended there will be cost free options as well)
Tough guy/ girl challenge (June 25th or June 26th) $90 Approximately
Police/ emergency servies/ armed force physical competency course (Term one/ Two) No cost
Potential for Either Rock climbing, high ropes, mountain biking, white water rafting or snorkelling depending on pathway (Term 3)
Further Assessment Opportunities (FAO)
There is one FAO in PED2 which is AS91330 (2.4). You may be assessed in two different contexts as part of your practical performance within the year. These may be chosen from the tough guy/ girl challenge or a school sports team performance over an entire season (Note this will need seperate observation sheets and evidence of your performance to be verified by your course teacher)