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Improving your Higher PE course using lessons learnt from the 2019 exam

Sport & PE 16-18 Teacher Training

Rachael Ewing-Day

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Why attend?

Review the changes to Higher PE, using insights from the 2019 exam to identify teaching and learning strategies that will ensure student success in 2020. This one-day course will provide resources, templates, thinking tools and worked examples that you can you use to plan course content, individual lessons, homework and assessment tasks.
  • Familiarise yourself with the mandatory content so that you can teach the new specification with confidence
  • Examine the 2019 course report to determine patterns and trends in knowledge and understanding
  • Receive tips and techniques for answering each question type, improving the structure of answers and avoiding common pitfalls
  • Discover the best ways to prepare students for each section of the exam, including factors impacting on performance, the personal development plan and the scenario questions
  • Consider the criteria that candidates will be assessed against and discuss the marking instructions
Attend this course and receive a free copy of Need to Know: Higher PE.
Booking reference: PE081019


10.00am Registration and coffee
10.15am Introduction and content overview
  • Introductions
  • Course aims and objectives
  • Examining the mandatory course content
11.00am Morning coffee
11.15am Understanding the question
  • Identifying the command word
  • Identify? Describe? Analyse? Examine? Evaluate? Justify?
  • How to structure and answer the question asked
  • Feedback from the course report; common pitfalls; suggestions
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm Teaching, learning and assessment approaches to prepare for:
  • Factors impacting on performance
  • Personal development planning
  • Scenario questions
  • Feedback from the course report; activities to upskill candidates
2.30pm Afternoon tea
2.45pm Exploring the standards
  • Analysing exemplification
  • Examining the marking instructions, referring to the course report
  • Discussing and debating the assessment standards
  •  Marking in groups and presenting back
3.45pm Review and reflect
  • Building networks with colleagues to share resources and disseminate good practice
4.00pm Course ends


Rachael Ewing-Day - Presenter
Rachael Ewing-Day - Presenter
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Millennium Hotel,
George Square,
G2 1DS
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