Does this subject contribute to an ATAR? No (Applied subject)
How many credits does this subject contribute towards QCE? 4
What is Sport and Recreation?
Sport & Recreation provides students with opportunities to learn in, through and about sport and active recreation activities, examining their role in the lives of individuals and communities.
Students examine the relevance of sport and active recreation in Australian culture, employment growth, health and wellbeing. They consider factors that influence participation in sport and recreation, and how physical skills can enhance participation and performance in sport and recreation activities. Students explore how interpersonal skills support effective interaction with others, and the promotion of safety in sport and recreation activities. They examine technology in sport and recreation activities, and how the sport and recreation industry contributes to individual and community outcomes.
Students are involved in acquiring, applying and evaluating information about and in physical activities and performances, planning and organising activities, investigating solutions to individual and community challenges, and using suitable technologies where relevant. They communicate ideas and information in, about and through sport and recreation activities. They examine the effects of sport and recreation on individuals and communities, investigate the role of sport and recreation in maintaining good health, evaluate strategies to promote health and safety, and investigate personal and interpersonal skills to achieve goals.
What makes a student suited to Sport and Recreation?
Students who achieve success in Sport and Recreation are those who:
- Are able to participate in a range of sporting and outdoor activities
- Are mature, responsible and enthusiastic
- Understand the need for and are able to follow safety procedures and guidelines
- Are able to lead and manage small groups
- Enjoy and are able to work with a variety of people
What prerequisites must students meet in order to take this subject?
Year 9 – Minimum C Standard in English
Year 10 – Minimum C Standard in HPE
What is the cost of this subject?
Excursion costs to be advised.
What materials or equipment do I need for this subject?
- Year 10, 11 &12 - compulsory BYOD
- A4 Exercise book
What do students study in this subject and how are they assessed?
| || ||Unit Overviews||Assessment|
|Year 10||Semester 1|
Coaching and Officiating
Futsal, Netball or AFL
Summative Written and Spoken task:
Part 1: Written – Analytical essay: 400-700 words
Part 2: Practical performance (Officiating) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
Performance – 2-4 minute video + annotate evidence
Summative Written: Evaluation
| ||Semester 2|
Written - Report: 600-800 words
Practical performance (Cricket) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
Summative Written Task: Report
|Year 11||Unit 1|| |
Formative internal assessment 1:
Practical performance (Touch) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
Formative internal assessment 2: Investigation: Informative Essay – 600-800 words
Formative internal assessment 3:
Part 1: Written – Report: 400-700 words
Part 2: Practical performance (Tournament Organisation) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
Formative internal assessment 4:
Practical performance (Softball) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
|Year 12||Unit 3|
Tennis or AFL (for AFL strand)
Summative internal assessment 1 (IA1): Performance and 2-4 minute video + annotate evidence
Summative internal assessment 2 (IA2): Project: Project
Part 1: Analytical Essay - 500-900 words
Part 2: Multimodal presentation (spoken and digital) - 3-6 minutes
Summative internal assessment 3 (IA3): Practical performance (Orienteering) and 2 - 4 minute video with annotated evidence
Summative internal assessment (IA4):
Investigation – written response (600-1000 words)