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PDHPE ASSESSMENT TASK NOTIFICATION 2736280991 Task Number 3 Task Type Options 3 and 4 - Research/In-Class Task Date of Notification: Monday 27 th May, 2019 Due Date: Part 1: Monday 22nd July 10pm on Canvas Parts 2 and 3: Periods 3 and 4, Tuesday 23rd July 2019 Part 2 and 3 Venue: MPC Weighting 20% of final assessment TASK DETAILS This task consists of Three Parts: o Part 1: Using the PEEL paragraph model, students need to prepare the “Point” sentence for each paragraph of each question using the supplied template. Completion of this component is a course requirement and ROSA letters will be issued for non-completion. The template (and sample answers) are available on Canvas. o Part 2: Two, Three or Four of the questions below will be asked in an exam setting. Students may not refer to any notes during this time. The time available will be approximately 2 minutes per mark. This component will be worth 80% of this task’s total mark. o Part 3: There will be sixteen to twenty multiple choice questions. Half of these will be former HSC questions. These questions may come from both Core 1 and Core 2. This component will be worth 20% of this task’s total mark. NOTE: Teachers are not allowed to discuss any direct questions relating to this assessment task nor will practice attempts be marked . This includes content, syllabus area and/or structure. Students should use a variety of resources and research answers in accordance with the syllabus. Students need not write and memorise 13 answers. Learn the content related to the questions and make paragraph plans for your answers. Test yourself by selecting random questions and writing full answers. Many of these questions are former HSC questions. Make use of the Board of Studies website to assist in your preparation.
SPORTS MEDICINE 1. Explain how athletes in a range of different sports physically prepare to prevent injury. (8) Physical preparation: o Pre-screening o Skill and technique o Physical fitness o Warm up, stretching and cool down Pre-screening provides information about the health status of an individual before they begin a training program. pre-screening questionnaires provide valuable information about the history, capabilities and any pre-existing medical conditions of the person. By understanding the limitations of the athlete, an appropriate exercise program can be devised which in turn will avoid muscle soreness, loss of motivation or an occurrence of an injury, for example, in pre-screening, asthma can be determined and precautions can be taken to prevent any complications such as having a puffer on hand. Skill and technique relate to the efficiency with which we perform required activities. incorporating good technique during training when developing skill will not only improve performance but also reduce the risk of injury. For example, the footballer who is unsure of correct tackling technique is at risk each time they make a tackle and injuring others. Correct skill and technique can prevent injury in

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