Home learning
Watch the video for aggression next
week and answer the questions using
the YouTube video – Deadline Friday
Exam in two weeks time including a
full folder check
14 mark question
Advice from Mike Murray
• AQA Chief Examiner
A2 Specification – PHED 3
• Three sections –
– A – applied physiology
– B – psychology
– C – contemporary influences
• Each section:
– one compulsory 14 mark question;
– three 7 mark questions – answer two;
– 28 marks each section – total mark 84
PHED 3
• 14 mark questions - limited number possible?
• 7 mark questions - exemplars – past papers and
legacy PED 4 and 5 questions
• Often in 2 parts – 2 x 7 marks questions?
• Both 14 and 7 mark question tend to be in parts
• 14 mark Qu – banded m/s – similar to PHED 1
Qu 7
Outcomes
Identify the layout and structure of the
14 mark question so that you can
confidently explain it to others
D
/
C
Describe the
structure of the
questions
C
/
B
Explain and apply
the key
components of
the questions
A
Create and
formulate your
own template to
answer these
questions
How would you now answer this
question?
Have a go and make a plan?
Two parts to the answer
• First part
Psychological theories – Three (Explain
Catastrophe, Drive and Inverted U Theory, why
athletes have different levels of arousal) Approx.
7 marks
• Second part
Somatic stress management techniques (Outline
any three) Approx. 7 marks
Question time (Carousel)
14 mark essay question
• Must be continuous prose
• State term and explain = 1 mark
• Need as many points as possible. Not 14 points = 14 marks
• Break elements of the question into paragraphs for answers: explain topic
area, positive and negative impact
• Psychological aspect - must name theories, cannot get marks without an
explanation of the diagram.
• Don't use terms not in specification
Second part
• Now add the content to each question using
bullet points