Integrated Learning: Sports Studies S
Students are expected to have an interest in Physical Activity and Sports Performance.
information and communication technology (ICT) capability
critical and creative thinking
personal and social capability
Integrated Learning (Sports Studies) requires students to apply their knowledge and skills to sporting and physical activity practicals and theory tasks, which lead to a specific purpose, product, or outcome. The subject draws links between aspects of students’ lives, physical activity, sport and the community.
Integrated Learning facilitates collaboration and teamwork. Students learn to plan and organise activities, and to develop their understanding of, and empathy with, others.
This course is designed for students who have a keen interest in sport, physical activity, coaching and umpiring. Students will negotiate two practical activities, organise and run a small sided tournament, design and implement a coaching program, undertake an entry level officiating course and reflect upon their learning throughout the course.
Assessment Type 1:
Practical exploration (50%)
Students undertake two or three practical options, in which they reflect and evaluate on their learning through peer and self-assessment.
Assessment Type 2:
Students work collaboratively to organize, run and officiate a SEPEP unit. They take on an individual role and they are responsible for ensuring that they fulfill that role to the best of their ability. They reflect on their learning through weekly journal entries which also show their planning and organisation regarding their role.
Assessment Type 3:
Personal Venture (20%)
Community coaching project
Students will focus on their observations, communication, interviews and conduct research on an aspect of coaching in the community. The focus will be inquiry-based and develop a chosen capability.
Assessment Type 4: