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Physical education OCR 24th may 2016 AS CREATE UNOFFICAL MARK SCHEME Watch

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    I someone able to make a quick unofficial mark scheme
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    (Original post by NCoulthwaite)
    for the skill aquisition, there was a question worth 2 marks for what type of practice would you use on a performer in a simple/complex skill. Was it wanting you to do practice methods eg massed,distributed etc or practice types eg whole, whole part whole etc
    I talked about massed and distributed
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    (Original post by jack_wild7)
    I talked about massed and distributed
    Same
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    (Original post by Maths4ever!)
    Same
    I did massed and varied for a dart throw
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    (Original post by malpass98)
    I did massed and varied for a dart throw
    I did cycling and chose massed and distributed, how did you explain yours?
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    (Original post by jack_wild7)
    I did cycling and chose massed and distributed, how did you explain yours?
    Basically i said that massed would be good as throwing a dart is a repetitive skill but i must be varied to keep the performer interested
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    For the first question what did people put for the agonist and antagonist?
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    (Original post by TheFifaMP)
    For the first question what did people put for the agonist and antagonist?
    Joint type- hinge
    Agonist- gastrocnemius
    Antagonist- Tibialis anterior
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    I put condyloid for joint type


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    Same but in the text book it says hinge for the ankle joint. Bare annoying.
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    (Original post by rowsky)
    Same but in the text book it says hinge for the ankle joint. Bare annoying.
    Same, i originally put hinge but then changed it to condyloid because it had similar movements to the wrist.
    Its weird because a hinge can can flex and extend whereas the ankle can do more than that yet its still hinge
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    (Original post by jack_wild7)
    Same, i originally put hinge but then changed it to condyloid because it had similar movements to the wrist.
    Its weird because a hinge can can flex and extend whereas the ankle can do more than that yet its still hinge
    The answer was:

    Ankle
    Hinge
    Plantar flexion
    Soleus/gastrocnemius
    Tibialis anterior
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    (Original post by Maths4ever!)
    The answer was:

    Ankle
    Hinge
    Plantar flexion
    Soleus/gastrocnemius
    Tibialis anterior
    Yes i know, i did say that about in the thread!!
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    (Original post by Charlie1316)
    These are some of my predictions for all 3 topics for tomorrows exam:

    ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY:
    - Shoulder
    - venous return
    - warm up and cool down
    - Newtons laws
    - muscle fibres
    - mechanics of breathing
    Maybe altitude training or asthma

    SKILL AQUISITION
    - Schema - I definitely think that this will come up, probably to explain recall and recognition schema
    - manipulating skill practice (whole, part etc)
    - Motivational strategies
    - Welford's model
    - MSM model
    - Operant conditioning including Thordikes laws

    SOCIO-CULTURAL STUDIES
    - Australia (likely to be the 10 marker)
    - Funding
    - Performance enhancing products/drugs
    - Media
    - Mass participation - opportunity, provision and esteem

    As this is the last year of the course, OCR are likely to chose the topics that students haven't done well in previous years.
    Hope this helps and goodluck!

    Hi mate, have you got something similar for this years A2 course??
 
 
 
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