WJEC SPORT AND COACHING PRINCIPLES PDF

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WJEC SPORT AND COACHINGPRINCIPLESUNIT 3Coaching PrinciplesNAME: FORM: 1

Aim:The aim of this unit is to provide learners with the appropriate knowledge and understanding to be able toplan, lead and evaluate a sporting activity. By using this booklet, you will gather the information required to past each section of the unit. There are a number of worksheets and coursework outlines that will be used to gather evidence of yourcoaching knowledge and completion of a number of tasks leading up to you completing your coaching sessions. It is very important that each piece of evidence is completed fully with all the relevant information included.2

Use the checklist below to ensure you have the following information before submitting your work:Checklist:Work NeededCompletedBooklet completeSession PlanSession completed and recordedEvaluation of your sessionDevelopment plan of how you will improve3

The following pages show the assessment criteria for each section, along with yourassessment brief. Make sure you refer to these to ensure to include all the information to gain the highestpossible grade.4

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Assignment brief: Task 1:Complete the following tasks (A, B, C, D) to help gather information needed for the letter.Once you have completed the 4 tasks use the information you have to write up your letter.A) AC1.1: Coaching skillsScenario: Before leading your own coaching session, your PE teacher wants you to learn about the skills you will need to be asuccessful sports coach.Research the following coaching skills and link them to a sporting situation.Skills: Write an explanation of each skill.How would a coach use these skills during a session?Communication (verbal and non-verbal)Organisation (resources, participants, facilities, timing,planning)14

AdaptabilityFlexibilityEmpowerment (self-confidence, motivation, values, diversity,enjoyment and achievement)Knowledge of subject contentAnalytical skills (effective feedback)15

B) AC1.2: The responsibilities needed to coach a sports session.Scenario: Before leading your own coaching session, your PE teacher wants you to understand the responsibilities you will have as asports coach.Research the following responsibilities and link them to a sporting situation.Responsibilities: Write an explanation for each responsibilityWhat would a coach do to ensure they complete theirresponsibilities?Health and SafetySafeguarding16

Risk Assessments (Facilities, equipment, participants,rules/laws)Professional Conduct17

C) AC2:1: Meeting the needs of the participants.Scenario: Before leading your own coaching session, your PE teacher wants you to understand how a coach must meet the needs ofthe participants.Explain why it is important for a coach to be able to recognise the needs of the participants including:Needs of ParticipantWhat would a coach do to ensure they meet the needs of theparticipants?AgeGenderAbility18

ExperienceUse quantitative and qualitative dataCreating aims and objectives from the data for the session(SMART targets)Review performances and previous sessionsSelection of appropriate activities which would include types ofguidance, practice and stage of learning19

D) AC2.2: The stages and components of a sports session.Scenario: Before leading your own coaching session, your PE teacher wants you to understand the different stages and componentsthat should make up a sports coaching session.A sport session is made up of 3 stages, using the table below, explain which each stage involves, giving sporting examplesConditioned practices/competitive elements, cool down, warm upStages of a Sports Session: Explain each oneWarm UpSporting ExamplesConditioned practices/competitive elementsCool Down20

Assignment Brief: Task 2AC2.3: Planning a sessionComplete the coaching plan on the next page. Make sure you provide as much information as you can.21

Coaching SessionClass:Date:Number of pupils:Age group:Ability level:Duration (mins):Resources Needed:Aims and Objectives:Risk Assessment/ Health and Safety requirements:Coaching Session StructureTimeActivity SequenceCoaching PointsOrganisationWarm-UpConditioned Practices and Competitive ElementCool DownContingency Activity (what if?):22

Assignment Brief: Task 3:AC3.1: Demonstrate coaching skillsTo complete this task, you need to deliver the coaching session you have planned in Task 2.Make sure you demonstrate the coaching skills and responsibilities including:1. Health and safety and safeguarding2. Meeting aims and objectives of the session plan3. Meeting needs of participants during session – adaptability, providing technical information and coaching points andfeedback.23

Assignment Brief: Task 4:AC4.1: Review coaching sessionUsing different sources of evidence (reflecting own performance, assessor feedback, participant feedback, video feedback) reflect onhow your coaching session went. What went well? How can you improve? What would you do different if you did the session again?24

AC4.2: Development PlanTo complete this task, you need to:Produce a development plan to improve the identified areas of improvement mentioned in AC4.1: Methods of improvement could include: more experience, accredited courses, observations, subject knowledge. Short term targets, long term SMART goals.25

WJEC SPORT AND COACHING PRINCIPLES ... guidance, practice and stage of learning . 20 D) AC2.2: The stages and components of a sports session. ... PE teacher wants you to understand the different stages and components that should make up a sports coaching session. A sport session is made up of 3 stages, using the table below, explain which each ...