Part of the series Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum.
Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum is a complete resource package that encourages students to develop skills, knowledge and strategies in order to make healthy, safe and active choices in their lives.
Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum covers the two curriculum content strands - Personal, social and community health, and Movement and physical activity - by drawing on the five interrelated propositions that have shaped this curriculum:
- To provide a wide range of opportunities for students to develop, practice, apply and evaluate key health and movement knowledge, understanding and skills (to focus on educative purposes)
- To support students to make healthy, safe and active choices (to take a strengths based approach)
- To value the development of movement skills and concepts students need to confidently and ably participate in physical activity (to value movement)
- To enhance students’ ability to access, understand and use health information (to develop health literacy)
- To encourage students to critically research, apply, analyse and evaluate information, ideas, issues, contexts and influences (to include a critical inquiry approach)
This complete resource package for the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education integrates the key curriculum focus areas, together with general capabilities, cross-curricula priorities and links to other learning areas, as it explores key contemporary issues.
The student text delivered in full colour in print format.
The downloadable PDF version of the student text enables students to take notes, highlight key passages, and bookmark pages. It is downloaded from Cambridge GO using the unique 16-character code that is included with the purchase of the Print Textbook.
The online version of the student text delivers a host of interactive features to enhance the teaching and learning experience of the student text. It is accessed online through Cambridge GO using a unique 16-character code supplied with the Print Textbook, or available for purchase separately as a digital-only option.
Contents: Years 9 & 10
- Shaping identity
- Decisions, decisions
- Looking out for each other
- Healthy and safe choices
- Respectful relationships
- Positive emotions
- Evaluating health information
- Community action for wellbeing
- Country, place and physical activity
- Community health and wellbeing
- Perfect practice
- Success through movement
- Fit for purpose
- Bodies in motion
- Active Australians
- Working together
- Ethical behaviours in sport
About the Authors
Michael Cook is currently working in the QUT School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences. His primary teaching focus is with pre-service physical education teachers lecturing in pedagogy and curriculum. Michael has worked as a HPE Teacher in QLD and NSW for some 25 years predominantly in secondary settings. He was the Head of HPE at Marist College Ashgrove, Brisbane for eight years and coached the school’s 1ST XV for five. Sports coaching is one of Michael’s key interest areas fueled in part by his participation in elite level sport. Michael represented the Wallabies in Rugby Union and played for Eastern Suburbs (now Sydney Roosters) in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition.
Glenn Amezdroz is currently acting as Senior Education Officer at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority, RCAA). Previously he was Head of Department, Health, Physical Education and Home Economics at All Hallows’ School in Brisbane. He has served as District Panellist and District Review Panel Chair on various QCAA Moderation Panels and Subject and Syllabus Advisory Committees. He was also a member of the Australian Curriculum- Health and Physical Education Advisory Committee with ACARA during the Shaping Paper phase of the project. Glenn is a current member of the ACHPER Queensland Management Committee. Glenn is also an experienced textbook author and his current interests include curriculum design, development of quality assessment and the facilitation of critical inquiry and student reflection in Physical Education.
Michelle Nemec is an accomplished educator in New South Wales and a current Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) teacher. Michelle has presented at a range of International, National and State conferences and she was a member of the Years 7-10 PDHPE syllabus NSW. She holds a PhD earned at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University.
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 9, Year 10,|
|Author(s)||Glenn Amezdroz, Michelle Nemec, Jo Butterworth, Christopher Hall, Brendan Moy and Michael Cook|
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