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Year 9 HPE Cultural Task

Assessment Conditions

Part A: Investigate, Reflect and Apply Investigate


Students will research and investigate ONE physical activity from the Asian region (see map below). Their
investigation should include the following:
 Investigate the history of the physical activity: Timeline format – progression of game over time
 How did the physical activity originate (what was its purpose?)
 How has the physical activity changed over time?
 What is the current standing of the physical activity?
 Recreational activity
 Professional league with development path
 Olympic Sport
 Provide references of websites used

Reflect
From your investigation reflect on how your chosen sport has had an impact on Asian culture with
reference to the following criteria
• In its local region (e.g increase in participation)
• Across the nation (e.g. strength and popularity of national league)
• Globally – (think Western culture coming into the country e.g. economic, tourism)

Part B: Plan and Present


Students will need to plan and present their Part A in a multi-media presentation of their choice e.g.
powerpoint, weebly, powtoon, prezi, Piktochart or A3 poster. This will be a combination of written or typed
/ diagram report with a maximum word count of 500 words
Yr 9 SPESS Achievement Standards
Grade / Personal, Social & Community Movement & Physical Activity (MPA)
Strands Health (PSC)
A Insightfully proposes and Consistently demonstrates leadership, fair play and cooperation across a range of
evaluates interventions to improve movement and health contexts. (MPA 1)
fitness and physical activity levels in
their communities. (PSC 1) Consistently work collaboratively to design and apply solutions to movement
challenges. (MPA 2)
Insightfully examines the role
physical activity has played Consistently applies criteria to make judgements about and refine their own and
historically in defining cultures and others’ specialised movement skills and movement performances. (MPA 3)
cultural identities. (PSC 2)
Consistently applies and transfer movement concepts and strategies to new and
challenging movement situations. (MPA 4)
B Capably proposes and Regularly demonstrates leadership, fair play and cooperation across a range of
evaluates interventions to improve movement and health contexts. (MPA 1)
fitness and physical activity levels in
their communities. (PSC 1) Regularly work collaboratively to design and apply solutions to movement
challenges. (MPA 2)
Capably examines the role physical
activity has played historically in Regularly applies criteria to make judgements about and refine their own and
defining cultures and cultural others’ specialised movement skills and movement performances. (MPA 3)
identities. (PSC 2)
Regularly applies and transfer movement concepts and strategies to new and
challenging movement situations. (MPA 4)
C Competently proposes and Often demonstrates leadership, fair play and cooperation across a range of
evaluates interventions to improve movement and health contexts. (MPA 1)
fitness and physical activity levels in
their communities. (PSC 1) Often work collaboratively to design and apply solutions to movement challenges.
(MPA 2)
Competently examines the role
physical activity has played Often applies criteria to make judgements about and refine their own and others’
historically in defining cultures and specialised movement skills and movement performances. (MPA 3)
cultural identities. (PSC 2)
Often applies and transfer movement concepts and strategies to new and
challenging movement situations. (MPA 4)
D Occasionally proposes and Inconsistently demonstrates leadership, fair play and cooperation across a range of
evaluates interventions to improve movement and health contexts. (MPA 1)
fitness and physical activity levels in
their communities. (PSC 1) Inconsistently work collaboratively to design and apply solutions to movement
challenges. (MPA 2)
Occasionally examines the role
physical activity has played Inconsistently applies criteria to make judgements about and refine their own and
historically in defining cultures and others’ specialised movement skills and movement performances. (MPA 3)
cultural identities. (PSC 2)
Inconsistently applies and transfer movement concepts and strategies to new and
challenging movement situations. (MPA 4)
E Rarely proposes and Rarely demonstrates leadership, fair play and cooperation across a range of
evaluates interventions to improve movement and health contexts. (MPA 1)
fitness and physical activity levels in
their communities. (PSC 1) Rarely work collaboratively to design and apply solutions to movement challenges.
(MPA 2)
Rarely examines the role physical
activity has played historically in Rarely applies criteria to make judgements about and refine their own and others’
defining cultures and cultural specialised movement skills and movement performances. (MPA 3)
identities. (PSC 2)
Rarely applies and transfer movement concepts and strategies to new and
challenging movement situations. (MPA 4)