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so I have PE coursework due in like 3 days n im really stuck on what im supposed to write. Does anyone have any tips or is there any 25/25 examples of coursework which I can use for structure (im not gonna steal it i promise). I want to try n get around 20 + out of 25. My exam boards AQA btw.
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I have a marking criteria for the personal exercise 6 week program ting but it's for edexel, would you still want it.
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I have a marking criteria for the personal exercise 6 week program ting but it's for edexel, would you still want it.
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PEP MARKING CRITERIA

The aim of the PEP is for students to develop their ability to evaluate and
analyse their own fitness data to improve optimise performance in their
activity .








Level


Marks




1


1-4




2


5-8




3


9-12




4


13-16




5


17-20









Descriptor for level 5





Excellent and thorough
interpretation and analysis of fitness test results using appropriate data






Evaluation with
appropriate training methods selected and justified, and application of SMART
targets and principles of training to meet performance goals






Fitness test results
are compared and interpreted, and the differences / similarities identified and
analysed, and reasons for them justified, with lots of supporting evidence.







Sophisticated
evaluation of the application of the methods of training, SMART GOALS AND
principles of training , in good depth and detail, with well-justified
recommendations to improve future training and performance.







Excellent coherence and
structure, with appropriate terminology used consistently.












Aim and planning





Aims must be supported
by fitness test data. If you say you want to improve on an area this should be
reflected in your test results

Your training methods
must be relevant and you must justify how they will improve on the component of
fitness and your overall performance





Test results must be
discussed in relation to the components of fitness they test and the
performance in the sport / activity





You must justify why
you have chosen specific methods of training - why are they relevant and how
will they help you improve the COF and performance.





There needs to be a
discussion on why you have applied specific principles of training - how they
are relevant and the impact they will have.





Carrying out and
Monitoring the PEP

Adapt the PEP
appropriately - add overload / FITT carefully and explain why you are doing it,
make reference to the principles of training





Analyse and evaluate
your weekly sessions and then make changes to your sessions for the next week,
give reasons for why you are doing this





Evaluation of the PEP

Discuss and compare the
pre and post test data - what does it tell you

Interpretation and and
analysis of data

Evaluation of methods
of training, principles of training,





Other comments

Make sure that you
reference and refer to the results in your Appendix

Use the data to
evaluate and discuss your strengths and weaknesses


PEP





Written
analysis and evaluation ( text (maximum 1500 words).

Students
will only be assessed on the analysis and evaluation of their written words.
Students should be advised that if they exceed the word count it is likely that
they will not be able to satisfy the requirement of producing a concise and
coherently structured PEP.

The
use of PARQ, graphs, charts, tables, diagrams/flow charts, and training record
forms does not count towards the word count. Training record forms for each
training session (or









The
areas of content covered are:


aim and planning analysis


carrying out and monitoring their PEP


evaluation of data and programme.

Students
are required to select one physical activity and sport on which to plan a PEP
to optimise/improve their performance in that activity






Aim
and planning analysis

The
aim of the PEP is for students to develop their ability to analyse and evaluate
their personal fitness to improve/optimise performance in physical activity and
sport. Students will be required to demonstrate their planning of a PEP, which
will include:


a completed (centre-devised/sourced) PARQ (physical activity readiness
questionnaire)


identification of the component of fitness the student wants to improve, with a
suitable justification in relation to th





Fitness
Testing

● a
record of fitness levels at the beginning of the PEP, using one recognised
fitness test from those listed below or any other recognised test:





Methods
of Training

Students
should select and justify one appropriate method of training from the list
below, or other appropriate recognised methods, to use in their PEP. The
methods of training include: ● continuous ● Fartlek ● circuit ● interval ●
plyometrics ● weight/resistance





Principles
of Training

Students
should select and justify the use of appropriate principles of training, and
SMART targets, to set their goals in their PEP. The principles of training
include: ● individual needs ● specificity ● progressive overload ● FITT
(frequency, intensity, time, type) ● rest and recovery ● reversibility ●
thresholds of training






Students will be assessed only on the quality of their
analysis and evaluation, and not on the quantity of evidence/data gathered.





Excellent and thorough interpretation and analysis of
fitness test results using appropriate data.

● Evaluation with appropriate training method(s)
selected and justified, and application of SMART targets and principles of
training to meet performance goal(s).

● Fitness tests results are compared and
interpreted, and the differences and/or similarities identified and analysed,
and reasons for them justified, with ample supporting evidence.

● Sophisticated evaluation of the application of the
method(s) of training, SMART goals and principles of training, in good detail
and depth, with well justified recommendations to improve future training and
performance.

● Excellent coherence and structure
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PEP MARKING CRITERIA

The aim of the PEP is for students to develop their ability to evaluate and
analyse their own fitness data to improve optimise performance in their
activity .








Level


Marks




1


1-4




2


5-8




3


9-12




4


13-16




5


17-20









Descriptor for level 5





Excellent and thorough
interpretation and analysis of fitness test results using appropriate data






Evaluation with
appropriate training methods selected and justified, and application of SMART
targets and principles of training to meet performance goals






Fitness test results
are compared and interpreted, and the differences / similarities identified and
analysed, and reasons for them justified, with lots of supporting evidence.







Sophisticated
evaluation of the application of the methods of training, SMART GOALS AND
principles of training , in good depth and detail, with well-justified
recommendations to improve future training and performance.







Excellent coherence and
structure, with appropriate terminology used consistently.












Aim and planning





Aims must be supported
by fitness test data. If you say you want to improve on an area this should be
reflected in your test results

Your training methods
must be relevant and you must justify how they will improve on the component of
fitness and your overall performance





Test results must be
discussed in relation to the components of fitness they test and the
performance in the sport / activity





You must justify why
you have chosen specific methods of training - why are they relevant and how
will they help you improve the COF and performance.





There needs to be a
discussion on why you have applied specific principles of training - how they
are relevant and the impact they will have.





Carrying out and
Monitoring the PEP

Adapt the PEP
appropriately - add overload / FITT carefully and explain why you are doing it,
make reference to the principles of training





Analyse and evaluate
your weekly sessions and then make changes to your sessions for the next week,
give reasons for why you are doing this





Evaluation of the PEP

Discuss and compare the
pre and post test data - what does it tell you

Interpretation and and
analysis of data

Evaluation of methods
of training, principles of training,





Other comments

Make sure that you
reference and refer to the results in your Appendix

Use the data to
evaluate and discuss your strengths and weaknesses


PEP





Written
analysis and evaluation ( text (maximum 1500 words).

Students
will only be assessed on the analysis and evaluation of their written words.
Students should be advised that if they exceed the word count it is likely that
they will not be able to satisfy the requirement of producing a concise and
coherently structured PEP.

The
use of PARQ, graphs, charts, tables, diagrams/flow charts, and training record
forms does not count towards the word count. Training record forms for each
training session (or









The
areas of content covered are:


aim and planning analysis


carrying out and monitoring their PEP


evaluation of data and programme.

Students
are required to select one physical activity and sport on which to plan a PEP
to optimise/improve their performance in that activity






Aim
and planning analysis

The
aim of the PEP is for students to develop their ability to analyse and evaluate
their personal fitness to improve/optimise performance in physical activity and
sport. Students will be required to demonstrate their planning of a PEP, which
will include:


a completed (centre-devised/sourced) PARQ (physical activity readiness
questionnaire)


identification of the component of fitness the student wants to improve, with a
suitable justification in relation to th





Fitness
Testing

● a
record of fitness levels at the beginning of the PEP, using one recognised
fitness test from those listed below or any other recognised test:





Methods
of Training

Students
should select and justify one appropriate method of training from the list
below, or other appropriate recognised methods, to use in their PEP. The
methods of training include: ● continuous ● Fartlek ● circuit ● interval ●
plyometrics ● weight/resistance





Principles
of Training

Students
should select and justify the use of appropriate principles of training, and
SMART targets, to set their goals in their PEP. The principles of training
include: ● individual needs ● specificity ● progressive overload ● FITT
(frequency, intensity, time, type) ● rest and recovery ● reversibility ●
thresholds of training






Students will be assessed only on the quality of their
analysis and evaluation, and not on the quantity of evidence/data gathered.





Excellent and thorough interpretation and analysis of
fitness test results using appropriate data.

● Evaluation with appropriate training method(s)
selected and justified, and application of SMART targets and principles of
training to meet performance goal(s).

● Fitness tests results are compared and
interpreted, and the differences and/or similarities identified and analysed,
and reasons for them justified, with ample supporting evidence.

● Sophisticated evaluation of the application of the
method(s) of training, SMART goals and principles of training, in good detail
and depth, with well justified recommendations to improve future training and
performance.

● Excellent coherence and structure
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I hope it helps and im sorry im late to reply
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