6.1.1 - Outline that error bars are a graphical representation of the variability of data. 6.1.2 - Calculate the mean and standard deviation of a set of values 6.1.3 - State the statistical standard deviation is used to summarize he spread of values around the mean, and that within a normal distribution approximately 68% and 95% of the values fall within plus or minus one or two standard deviations respectively. 6.1.4 - Explain how the standard deviation is useful for comparing the means and the spread of data between two or more samples. 6.1.5 - Outline the meaning of coefficient of variation 6.1.6 - Deduce the significance of the difference between two sets of data using calculated values for t and the appropriate tables. 6.1.7 - Explain that the existence of a correlation does not establish that there is a causal relationship between two variables.
6.2.1 - Outline the importance of specificity, accuracy, reliability and validity with regard to fitness testing. 6.2.2 - Discuss the importance of study design in the context of the sport and exercise sciences. 6.2.3 - Outline the importance of the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PARQ) 6.2.4 - Evaluate field, laboratory, submaximal and maximal tests of human performance
6.2.4 - Evaluate field, laboratory, submaximal and maximal tests of human performance
6.1 and 6.2 Summative Review Files
6.1 and 6.2 Course Outline - Practice by using each assessment statement as a question. An EXCELLENT method of review is changing the command terms for the assessment statements or create your own questions or refer to the document below :)
6.3.1 - Distinguish between the concepts of Health related fitness and performance related (skill related) performance 6.3.2 - Outline the major components of fitness identified in 6.3.1 6.3.3 - Outline and evaluate a variety of fitness tests
6.3.1 - Distinguish between the concepts of Health related fitness and performance related (skill related) fitness
6.3.2 - Outline the major components of fitness identified in 6.3.1
6.3.3 - Outline and evaluate a variety of fitness tests
- Performance Evaluation Tests- these can be found on the Brian Mac Site. This list can offer opportunities for you to explore tests you may wish to use on your IA - Topend Sports- This is great one stop shopping for fitness tests. I often search in google for "Topendsports vertical jump" to get me right to the test I want! - BrianMac.co.uk - check out another excellent source for fitness testing. Use of the two sites MAY produce variations which we can discuss!
6.4 - Exercise Prescription
6.4.1 - Describe the essential elements of a general training program. 6.4.2 - Discuss the key principles of training program design 6.4.3 - Outline ways in which exercise intensity can be monitored
6.4.1 - Describe the essential elements of a general training program.
6.4.2 - Discuss the key principles of training program design
6.4.3 - Outline ways in which exercise intensity can be monitored
6.3 - 6.4 Summative Review Files
1. Topic 6 Course Outline - ***6.3 and 6.4 ONLY***You should be familiar with the key point of each assessment statement and the teachers notes helping you focus your response. 2. Notes from classmates presentation on measurement of body composition 3. Exam Analysis for topic 6.3 and 6.4 4. Notes from Rowe on topic 6.3.1 and 6.3.2. Topic 6.3.3 Fitness Test Table - We completed our own review of tests in class - this handout summarizes the tests for you. 5. Notes from Rowe on topic 6.4.1, 6.4.2 and 6.4.3 6. Practice with the Karvonen and Age Based methods of calculating THR 7. Textbook 8. Search Quizlet online (I searched "IB SEHS 6.3 quizlet") 9. Powerpoint and video on this site 10. Kahoot's for IB SEHS topic 6.3 and 6.4 12. Topic 6 notes from IB Study - this site has some excellent samples of answers for exam questions 13. Terms from the Chapter - a worksheet given in class Article - "Flexibility and Stretching" Article - "Baden Kerr - on rugby preparation and training"
Investigations - Topic 6
Core Connections (TOK, CAS and International Mindedness) - Topic 6