PDHPE Application and Inquiry Second Edition Preliminary Course

Second Edition

Frida Hristofski, Deb Clarke, Stan Browne

PDHPE Application and Inquiry Second Edition Preliminary Course

Second Edition

Frida Hristofski, Deb Clarke, Stan Browne

ISBN:

9780195565676

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Paperback + CD

Published:

23 Sep 2009

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Description

Oxford’s successful PDHPE Application & Inquiry series has been extensively revised by a team of highly respected teachers, educators and HSC markers to provide concise and clear coverage of the revised Stage 6 syllabus. Updated statistics, articles, and overviews of trends and practices in the areas of physical and mental health, physical activity and first aid will enable students to complete the course successfully. A new, full colour design has been tailored to appeal to students. Enhanced artwork and contemporary photographs including step by step instructional photography, will appeal to visual learners.

Title overview (PDF)

Contents

Core 1: Better Health for Individuals

Chapter 1 What does health mean to individuals?
Chapter 2 What influences the health of individuals?
Chapter 3 What strategies help to promote the health of individuals?


Core 2: The Body in Motion

Chapter 4 How do the musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems of the body influence and respond to movement?
Chapter 5 What is the relationship between physical fitness, training and movement efficiency?
Chapter 6 How do biomechanical principles influence movement?


Option 1: First Aid
Chapter 7 What are the main priorities for assessment and management of first aid patients?
Chapter 8 How should the major types of injuries and medical conditions be managed in first aid situations?
Chapter 9 What does the individual need to consider in administering first aid?

Option 2: Composition and Performance
Chapter 10 How do the elements of composition apply to different movement mediums?
Chapter 11 How are the elements used to compose movement?
Chapter 12 What is the role of appraisal in the process of composing and performing?

Option 3: Fitness Choices
Chapter 13 What does exercise mean to different people?
Chapter 14 What are the ways people choose to exercise for fitness?
Chapter 15 What influences people's choice of fitness activities?

Option 4: Outdoor Recreation
Chapter 16 What is the value of outdoor recreation?
Chapter 17 What are the technical skills and understanding needed for safe participation in outdoor recreation?
Chapter 18 What impact does group dynamics have on the outdoor experience?


Student Resources

Chapter 1

page 22 weblink: Australian Institute of Health and Wellbeing (AIHW) report Young Australians: Their Health and Wellbeing
http://www.aihw.gov.au/publications/aus/yathaw07/yathaw07.pdf

page 23 weblink: AIHW report Making Progress: The Health, Development and Wellbeing of Australia's Children and Young People
http://www.aihw.gov.au/publications/phe/mp-thdawoacayp/mp-thdawoacayp.pdf


Chapter 2

page 51 weblink:United Nations
www.un.org

page 51 weblink: World Health Organization
http://www.who.int

page 51 weblink: Unicef
http://www.unicef.org


Chapter 3

page 63 weblink: ACT Health Promotion
http://www.healthpromotion.act.gov.au/c/hp?a=da&did=1000550&pid=1153783742

page 63 weblink: Ontario Health Promotion On-line Course
http://www.ohprs.ca/hp101/mod2/module2c1.htm

page 65 weblink: Medicare Australia
http://www.medicareaustralia.gov.au/

page 66 weblink: Australian Human Rights Commission
http://www.hreoc.gov.au/social_justice/index.html


Chapter 4

page 70 weblink: Australian Sports Commission
http://www.ausport.gov.au

page 71 weblink: Anatomy on the Internet
http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/GrossAnatomy/anatomy.htm

page 71 weblink: Human Anatomy Online
http://www.innerbody.com/

page 89 3D animation: Structure of the human lungs

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Click here to view animation page 95 3D animation: Structure of the human heart

To view this animation download Shockwave Player
Click here to view animation page 93 weblink: The Franklin Institute: The Human Heart www.fi.edu/learn/heart/


Chapter 5

page 100 weblink: Peak Performance
http://www.pponline.co.uk/

page 100 weblink: Top End Sports: Fitness Testing
www.topendsports.com/testing/

page 100 weblink: The Australian Institute of Sport: Nutrition Fact Sheets—Sports
http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/nutrition/factsheets/sports/

page 100 weblink: P.E. Links 4U
www.pelinks4u.org/

page 100 weblink: Physical Education Update
http://www.physicaleducationupdate.com/

page 119 weblink: Topendsports
www.topendsports.com/testing

page 121 weblink: Roger Marquis: Coaching Classics
www.roble.net/marquis/coaching

page 121 weblink: Sports Med Web
www.rice.edu/~jenky

page 122 weblink: Masters Athletee: Physiology and Performance
http://home.hia.no/~stephens/

page 124 weblink: Masters Athletee: Physiology and Performance
http://home.hia.no/~stephens/


Chapter 6

page 130 weblink: Australian Institute of Sport
http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/

page 130 weblink: Peak Performancex
http://www.pponline.co.uk/

page 130 weblink: Exploratorium: Sport Science
http://www.exploratorium.edu/sports/

page 142 weblink: ABC Catalyst
www.abc.net.au/catalyst/


Chapter 11

page 219 weblink: Encyclopaedia Britannica
www.britannica.com

page 219 weblink: Yahoo directory: Dance category
www.yahoo.com/Arts/Performing_Arts/Dance/

page 225 weblink: Gymnastics Australia
www.gymnastics.org.au

page 225 weblink: Gymnastics NSW
www.gymnsw.org.au

page 228 weblink: Turnstep
www.turnstep.com

page 228 weblink: International Fitness Association
www.ifafitness.com

page 228 weblink: ABC Health and Wellbeing: Aerobics
www.abc.net.au/health/healthyliving/fitness/exerciseguide/stories/2007/06/05/1952251.htm


Chapter 13

page 252 weblink: Healthy Active
www.healthyactive.gov.au


Chapter 15

page 270 weblink: Fitness Australia
www.fitness.org.au


Chapter 17

page 287 weblink: Bureau of Meteorology
www.bom.gov.au

page 295 weblink: AustLII
http://www.austlii.edu.au/

page 305 weblink: Geoscience Australia
www.ga.gov.au

page 314 weblink: NIHO Survival Guide
www.niho.com/tipsntales/outdoorshelter.asp


Teacher Resources

Oxford would like to thank The Royal Life Saving Society Australia for the reproduction of the following learning module. Royal Life Saving is dedicated to turning everyday people into everyday community lifesavers. The following videos on Resuscitation are a convenient First Aid refresher on CPR and can be used in conjunction with the First Aid chapter in PDHPE Application and Inquiry Second Edition: Preliminary Course.

Resuscitation videos

Sample Marking Criteria

Each Sample Marking Criteria sheet corresponds to the exam style questions at the end of each chapter and consists of:

1. The relevant key term definition
2. A criteria that utilises the rubric and the key term
3. The syllabus content area the question is drawn from

Using these, teachers will be able to provide realistic HSC style feedback and demonstrate expectations to their students.

Editable Sample Marking Criteria will be available for every exam style question in the book, and will be available to teachers in Term 3, 2009. A free sample is available below.

Core 1: Better Health for Individuals
Chapter 1 Sample Marking Criteria

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