Level 2 Physical Education Recreation
Teacher in Charge: Mr L. Berghan
Graduate profile: (What qualities/additional skills learners will achieve by taking this course?)
Physical Education Recreation is purely based on physical performance across each term, and on-going throughout the year. Students for this course will have two main requirements:
1. To be changed in physical education gear for every lesson.
2. To perform to the best of their ability, regardless of the activity.
Credits/standards are offered based on what we believe the student is capable of achieving. Optional opportunities are available, eg, Rugby referres course (must pass selected criteria).
Possible Career/ Vocational Pathway(s): (What career pathways are related to this course?)
Vocational Pathways is a tool that helps you to see how your strengths, interests and achievements relate to future study options and job opportunities. The pathways provide clear study options that are valued by employers and show you what employers expect you to achieve in your learning. The pathways cover six industry sectors:
Manufacturing and technology, Construction and infrastructure, Primary industries, Services industries, Social and community services and Creative industries.
Learning outcomes/Assessment links: See standards list
NOTE: Courses are subject to change with the review of courses at the end of each year.
Progression: (What courses does this course lead to?)
This course will lead on to Level 3 Physical Education Recreation.
Vocational/Industry links: (What vocational or industry learning experiences will be included in this course?)
Teaching, Health & Safety, Coaching, Fitness Industry, Police, Armed Forces.
Contextualised contexts: (What local, cultural, real-life content is involved in this course?)
Students will take part in the Level 2 Hike, and also be working in local primary schools.
Teaching and Learning Approaches: (How will I learn in this course?)
Students will learn individually, in pairs and within groups. Some teaching/learning will occur through our online Google Classroom.
Introduction to course theme; AS91330 - Introduction; AS91334 - Hellison's Model introduction
Week 4: Visit Primary schools to take activities; Week 9: Choose applied sport; Term/progress evaluation
Refer google classroom
Week 4: Growing coaches practical/assessment; Week 10: Tough Guy/Gal Challenge Assessment Week; Term/progress evaluation
AS91333 - Risk Management in the outdoors
Week 10: End of Year school examinations; Risk Management hike Term/progress evaluation
Completion of all standards
Week 5: All work completed and handed in; Course evaluation and review
Physical education gear is required and is the students' responsibility. All other resources are supplied (either by paper or online). Students are required to turn up to classes ready, and willing to learn.
Recommended Prior Learning
For entry into this course, students need to have excellent attitude, effort and participation in Physical Education. Students can gain entry upon recommendation from their Physical Education teacher or approval from Head of Learning Area.
This course is eligible for subject endorsement.
This course is approved for University Entrance.
Total Credits Available: 13 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 13 credits.
Term: 1, Week: 10