how does training affect performance?

5 04, 2018

Compare TWO different energy systems by exploring their duration, sources of fuel and causes of fatigue

By |2018-03-29T12:23:30+10:00April 5th, 2018|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, sample answer, Study Tips|0 Comments

In the 2017 HSC PDHPE exam, question 25 was worth 7 marks and asked: "Compare TWO different energy systems by exploring their duration, sources of fuel and causes of fatigue. Use examples to support your answer." Below is a sample answer for this question provided by Melissa. As always remember to use the NESA marking guidelines [...]

29 03, 2018

Compare the two anaerobic energy systems

By |2018-03-29T09:01:35+10:00March 29th, 2018|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, sample answer, Study Tips|0 Comments

This sample answer is a response to question 27 from the 2014 HSC PDHPE exam "Compare the two anaerobic energy systems." worth 5 marks. The answer is provided by Melissa. As always, I encourage you to read through this answer and compare it to the sample answer provided by NESA along with the marking criteria (here and [...]

27 02, 2018

Maximise classroom learning

By |2018-02-27T09:39:37+10:00February 27th, 2018|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, Flipped, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, Study Tips|Comments Off on Maximise classroom learning

As a big advocate for the flipped learning approach, one thing that I encourage all students to do in order to maximise classroom learning is to do the easy stuff before entering the classroom. With the flipped learning approach, students will generally be introduced to the content of the syllabus in their own time. This [...]

16 11, 2016

Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from anaerobic training

By |2016-11-14T14:53:12+10:00November 16th, 2016|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE|Comments Off on Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from anaerobic training

Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from anaerobic training comes from HSC PDHPE syllabus under Factors Affecting Performance, How does training affect performance? - Physiological adaptations. The Learn to asks you to examine the relationship between the principles of training, physiological adaptations and improved performance. The information below goes some way to helping [...]

14 11, 2016

Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from aerobic training

By |2016-11-14T14:57:42+10:00November 14th, 2016|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE|Comments Off on Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from aerobic training

Examine the relationship between physiological adaptations and improved performance resulting from aerobic training comes from the HSC PDHPE syllabus asks you to examine the relationship between the principles of training, physiological adaptations and improved performance for Factors Affecting Performance under principles of training. Below I have provided some information that would help examine the relationship [...]

12 10, 2016

Key word examine

By |2016-10-12T20:12:33+10:00October 12th, 2016|Articles, How do athletes train for improved performance?, How does the acquisition of skill affect performance?, how does training affect performance?, How is injury rehabilitation managed, HSC PDHPE, Key word|Comments Off on Key word examine

The BOSTES key word examine is used a number of times in HSC PDHPE. The BOSTES glossary of key words define examine as: enquire into. This is a rather short definition, requiring the person to simply investigate or find/provide information on the topic. Google, however, provides a more thorough definition of the term: inspect (someone or [...]

9 08, 2016

Compare the two anaerobic energy systems

By |2016-08-09T19:27:37+10:00August 9th, 2016|Articles, example, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, sample answer, Study Tips|Comments Off on Compare the two anaerobic energy systems

This sample answer for "Compare the two anaerobic energy systems" is for question 27 from the 2014 HSC PDHPE exam. "Compare the two anaerobic energy systems" is worth 5 marks. The marking criteria for compare the two anaerobic energy systems provides a list of things to me included in the answer, but no sample answer. So below I [...]

24 05, 2016

The relationship between progressive overload and physiological adaptation

By |2016-05-23T15:35:32+10:00May 24th, 2016|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE|Comments Off on The relationship between progressive overload and physiological adaptation

The relationship between progressive overload and physiological adaptation is part of the learn to dot point in Factors Affecting Performance: examine the relationship between the principles of training, physiological adaptations and improved performance Progressive overload is one of the principles of training and is required in training because of physiological adaptations. When an athlete is [...]

25 03, 2016

Key Word Analyse

By |2016-11-02T12:46:58+10:00March 25th, 2016|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, Key word, Study Tips, writing|Comments Off on Key Word Analyse

The key word analyse is one of the more often used words in HSC PDHPE. Not only is it used to ask questions in exams, but it also guides what you need to be able to do with content in the learn to dot points of the HSC PDHPE syllabus. BOSTES define analyse Identify components [...]

23 03, 2016

Structuring Extended Response

By |2016-03-21T16:49:02+10:00March 23rd, 2016|Articles, Factors Affecting Performance, how does training affect performance?, HSC PDHPE, Study Tips, writing|Comments Off on Structuring Extended Response

Structuring extended response answers is very important for those of you seeking to achieve a band 5 or 6. Extended response questions often require 3 or more points to be made, and each point should have its own paragraph each with its own structure. When structuring extended response answers I usually recommend the S.E.A.L. structure. [...]