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'Edexcel PE for A Level Year 2 2e' is one of the student text series published by Jan Roscoe Publications Ltd. This book provides an indispensable text for students for the second year Physical Education A Level course which commenced in September 2016. This market leader has established JRP as the main publisher for Physical Education student texts. 'Edexcel PE for A Level Year 2 2e' is in full colour throughout. It consists of extensive linear notes, revision bubbles, student notes, questions that reflect the A2 Level Edexcel examinations and bespoke full colour photographs that work very closely with the text. The following downloadable link: www.jroscoe.co.uk/downloads/edexcel_pe_for_alevel_year2/ contains the answers to the questions in the text. This is to separate questions from answers, so that students can have a chance to do the questions without first seeing the answers! The information in the link can be accessed by clicking on the chapter icon directory for the chapter being studied. Answers are in pdf format.
PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS A SLIGHTLY REVISED EDITION OF AS/A1 REVISE PE FOR EDEXCEL (ISBN: 9781901424881) 'Edexcel PE for A Level Year 1 3e' is one of the student text series published by Jan Roscoe Publications Ltd. This book provides an indispensable text for students for Physical Education AS and the first year of an A Level course that commenced in September 2016. This market leader has established JRP as the main publisher for Physical Education Student Text Books. `Edexcel PE for A Level Year 1 3e' is in full colour throughout. It consists of extensive linear notes, revision bubbles, student notes, questions that reflect year 1 A Level Edexcel examinations and bespoke full colour photographs that work very closely with the text. The following downloadable link: www.jroscoe.co.uk/downloads/edexcel_pe_for_alevel_year1/ contains the answers to the questions in the text. This is to separate questions from answers, so that students can have a chance to do the questions without first seeing the answers! The information in the link can be accessed by clicking on the chapter icon directory for the chapter being studied. Answers are in pdf format.
Exam board: AQA Level: A-level Subject: PE First teaching: September 2016 First exams: Summer 2017 (AS); Summer 2018 (A-level) Covering what you really need to know for AQA A-level Physical Education - in just 120 pages - this revision guide makes revision easy - whether you're getting started early or you need to do some last-minute cramming. - Find key facts at your fingertips with quick summaries of the content, concepts and terms from the AQA A-level PE specification - Get better grades in your exams with tips on exam technique, mistakes to avoid and important things to remember - Revise and practise using end-of-topic questions and synoptic questions at the end of each section - Benefit from the knowledge of experienced teachers, authors and examiners, Kirk Bizley and Ross Howitt
Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Activity Applications offers the most accessible, student-friendly introduction to the principles and practice of measurement in physical activity available. Fully revised and updated, the second edition provides students with a clear guide to the obstacles to good measurement, and how to apply the principles of good measurement to a range of physical activity disciplines. Spanning applications in exercise science, sports performance, physical education, sports coaching, athletic training, and physical activity and health, the book also includes chapters on the key principles underlying good measurement practice-validity, reliability, and objectivity-as well as an introduction to using statistics and qualitative measurement. Structured to reflect single-semester classes, and involving students at every stage through its rich pedagogy and accessibility, this is a crucial resource for introducing students to the principles of best practice in measurement and evaluation. It is the ideal learning aid for any students studying measurement, evaluation, or assessment in kinesiology, exercise science, sports coaching, physical education, athletic training, and health and fitness.
Integrated Periodization in Sports Training & Athletic Development considers the large problem of training specialists working in isolation and builds a case for integrated periodization as conceived by Tudor Bompa. The book begins by defining periodization as a specific theory and methodology, historically detailing how the term was formally derived, differentiating it from the current view of periodization as a Russian concept. Next, the authors clarify some common misconceptions of periodization by integrating evidence-based practice with an emphasis on sports nutrition, psychological preparation, and training methodology. The book explores sport-specific applications of integrated periodization, development of biomotor abilities, and long-term planning. A novel paradigm for viewing adaptation is introduced, moving past homeostasis to include allostasis, and one approach (Maximum Recoverable Volume) that may be used to more effectively manage fatigue is detailed. Finally, the book includes a chapter on tapering strategies to peak athletes for competition using an integrated approach
One of the most pressing questions facing society today is how to care for its burgeoning elderly population. By the year 2050, experts predict that one-third of the world's population will be over 60 years old. Health promotion for the elderly is therefore becoming an increasingly important topic in public policy and planning. This book examines the challenges presented by an ageing global population, our varying expectations of healthy ageing, and the importance of exercise and physical activity for the elderly. Drawing on empirical research from around the world, it considers the factors that influence health and well-being in later life and compares practices and policies designed to promote healthy ageing. It presents case studies from 15 countries spanning Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia, and sheds light on how attitudes to physical activity differ across nations, regions and cultures. Ageing, Physical Activity and Health: International Perspectives is important reading for all students, researchers and practitioners with an interest in physical activity, public health, exercise science or gerontology.
The eighth edition of Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Exercise Science, now published in paperback and hardback, offers students a clear and practical guide to best practice for measurement and evaluation in school- and nonschool-based physical activity programs. Written by two academics with backgrounds in physical education teacher education (PETE), the book emphasizes the link between theory and practice and reflects the most recent changes in national physical education programs. It covers a full range of introductory topics, including current trends in measurement and evaluation, program development, statistics, test selection, and an expanded chapter on alternative assessment, before introducing: * measurement for health-related physical fitness * measurement for psychomotor skills * measurement for cognitive knowledge * measurement for affective behaviors * grading * self-evaluation. Each chapter features learning aids such as objectives, key terms, practical applications, and review questions, while an appendix offers in-depth Excel assignments. Offering a full companion website featuring an instructor's manual, lecture slides, and a test bank, Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Exercise Science is a complete resource for instructors and students, alike. It is an essential text for students in measurement and evaluation classes as part of a degree program in physical education, exercise science or kinesiology, and a valuable reference for practitioners seeking to inform their professional practice.