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A-Level PE Practical

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by Buns, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. How do other people go about teaching practical lessons for A-level PE, especially with the difficulties of trying to cater for so many different needs in terms of the students' chosen activities and roles?
    We have class sizes of around 20 at the start of AS teaching and it is difficult to know what to do sometimes when, for example, you may have 5 football performers and 4 tennis performers who can be getting on with some relevant work but then have 3 netball officials and 2 horse riders whom it feels a struggle to cater for during their timetabled lesson.
    How do others decide on what is the best thing to do during this timetabled lesson time slot for the best of all the students on the course? Given that their choices for their practical assessments are so broad and varied.
    Any ideas would be brilliant.

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