Physical Education PED101

Pre-requisite courses or standards
Satisfactory attendance, participation and uniform in core Year 9 and 10 Physical Education.

Credits Available

Internal

External

Students can gain Merit/Excellence endorsement in this course.

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Course Outline
This course is 50% practical and 50% theory. Modules include participation in a variety of physical activities and sports, Volleyball, Sports Education, Anatomy, Biomechanics, and the impact exercise has on Sociology, Health and Wellbeing. Students need to enter this course with a positive and enthusiastic attitude and a willingness to work hard in practical as well as written components.

Future Courses
Completion of this course will enable students to study Physical Education 201 or 202, depending on results.

Costs/Days out of school
Students opting for this course will need to have the Tawa College Physical Education uniform, as well as purchasing a course book valued at approximately $20.00

There are no out of school requirements for this course. However students should realise that this is a 4 hours-a-week option subject and all those selecting it will also participate in an additional 2 hours weekly of Year 11 Core Physical Education.

For further information contact Mr Redpath

Physical Education PED301

Pre-requisite courses or standards

Students who have completed a satisfactory years work in PED 201 can do this course with the approval of the HOD required in marginal cases.
Students who have not previously taken PED can do so at the HOD’s discretion.

Credits Available

Internal

External

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Scholarship

Students can gain Merit or Excellence Endorsement in this course.

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Course Outline
The course has a major written component based on practical experiences. Topics covered include the Issue of Inactivity and Obesity, the Planning and Evaluation of a Personal Training Programme, a straight practically assessed Sea Kayaking Module, Taking Action to Improve the Fitness of a group of Junior students, and a Biomechanical based programme to improve a Physical Skill.

Future Courses

Any tertiary study in the physical education, sport or recreation field.

Costs/Days out of school
$400 for the Sea Kayaking Module. Level 3 Physical Education course workbook approximately $30.

A maximum of 4 days for the Sea Kayaking Module in the Marlborough Sounds which will include some weekend time.

For further information contact Mr Redpath

Physical Education PED302

Pre-requisite courses or standards

Students who have successfully completed PHD 202 will be entitled to enrol in this course.

Other students are at the HOD’s discretion. Students are able to study both PED 301 and PED 302 in agreement with the HOD.

Credits Available

Internal

External

UE

Students can gain Merit or Excellence Endorsement in this course.

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Course Outline
This course offers 37 level 3 unit standard credits provided by UCOL Palmerston North Sport and Fitness Department. It also contains an optional outdoor expedition Achievement Standard worth 4 credits. It should be noted that the aim of this course is to provide an alternative programme for those students who may struggle with the full academic component of the PED301 course. It should also be noted that with the exception of 90742 (4 credits) none of this course will qualify students for university entrance.

Future Courses

Any sport, recreation or physical education tertiary courses.

Costs/Days out of school
$400 if students choose to take part in the Sea Kayak Module Achievement Standard.

The optional outdoor expedition will take 4 days but include some weekend time.

For further information contact Mr Redpath

Physical Education PED201

Pre-requisite courses or standards. Students who have completed a satisfactory years work in PED 101 can do this course with the approval of the HOD required in marginal cases.
Students who have not taken PED101can take PED201 at the HOD’s discretion.

Credits Available

Internal

External

Students can gain Merit or Excellence Endorsement in this course.

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Course Outline
The course is 40% practical, 60% written and verbal assessment. Topics covered include Training Programmes, Outdoor Risk Analysis through Cycle Touring, Biomechanics of Sports Performance, Sociological Issues in Sport and Recreation, the Relationship between Health and Physical Activity, Performance against National Standards in Basic Rock Climbing, and Teaching Kiwi Sport to IntermediateSchool students while applying Psychological and Motor Skill Learning theory.

Future Courses
Completion of this course will enable students to study Physical Education 301 and/or 302, depending on results.

Costs/Days out of school
Students will need to be prepared to pay approximately $300 for the Nelson- Marlborough cycle expedition, as well as $25 for the Rock Climbing component.

The cycle expedition will take 5 days. Depending on itineraries students will miss 2 or a maximum of 3 days off school, as weekends will be used where possible. Assessment of 90436 will entail one day off school at Ferg’s Rock and Kayak climbing walls.


Physical Education PED101

Pre-requisite courses or standards
Satisfactory attendance, participation and uniform in core Year 9 and 10 Physical Education.

Credits Available

Internal

External

Students can gain Merit/Excellence endorsement in this course.

27

0

Course Outline
This course is 50% practical and 50% theory. Modules include participation in a variety of physical activities and sports, Volleyball, Sports Education, Anatomy, Biomechanics, and the impact exercise has on Sociology, Health and Wellbeing. Students need to enter this course with a positive and enthusiastic attitude and a willingness to work hard in practical as well as written components.

Future Courses
Completion of this course will enable students to study Physical Education 201 or 202, depending on results.

Costs/Days out of school
Students opting for this course will need to have the Tawa College Physical Education uniform, as well as purchasing a course book valued at approximately $20.00

There are no out of school requirements for this course. However students should realise that this is a 4 hours-a-week option subject and all those selecting it will also participate in an additional 2 hours weekly of Year 11 Core Physical Education.

For further information contact Mr Redpath