Level 3 Physical Education

NCEA Level: 
3

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Learning Theme: Safety in Numbers (Participating & Contributing & Managing Self)

Your challenge is to organise an EOTC trip that gives the class an opportunity to go out of school grounds and participate in potentially risky situations. You will need to think about many different aspects that are involved when planning outdoor trips and all the factors you need to consider. While we are away on our trip you will need to devise safety management strategies to overcome all the potentially harmful activities so in the future you will know how to combat the outdoors. 

AS91504 - Analyse issues in safety management for outdoor activity to devise safety management strategies. 3 credits.

Learning Theme: Reaching the Top (Using Language, Symbols & Text)

Through the context of badminton you will try and improve your game through coaching, practice, evaluation, reflection and assessment. In the early stages of this learning theme you will understand what you need to work on and use this information to reach the top of your game. You will have the opportunity to self and peer assess and receive advice from outside experts. This theme is all about performance! 

AS91501 - Demonstrate quality performance of a physical activity in an applied setting. 4 credits.

Learning Theme: Leading Our Rangatahi (Thinking and Relating to Others)

Together we will explore the principles of contemporary leadership and decide the best leadership styles to lead our young people at Linwood College. We will explore several different leadership styles and decide what suits us and what suits our rangatahi. We will use different leadership styles in different settings to lead a junior class and evaluate which style was preferred and why. The benefits of being a great leader will impact you long after you leave Linwood College.  

AS91505 - Examine contemporary leadership principles applied in physical activity contexts. 4 credits.

Learning Theme: Hauora for Life (Participating & Contributing; Managing Self)

What benefit has physical activity brought to your taha tinana and hauora throughout your life? When has it been meaningful to you and when has it not? You will have an opportunity to evaluate all the physical activities, movement and sport you have experienced in your lifetime and evaluate how that has helped you become the person you are today and what it may mean for your future. How will you maintain a healthy lifestyle after Linwood College? What strategies can you use to enhance life-long well-being?  

AS91498 - Evaluate physical activity experiences to devise strategies for lifelong well-being. 4 credits.