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					     Types of Activity
Team & Individual Activities

 An individual activity is
 performed by one person.
 Task: Write down all the
 individual activities that you will
 cover in Standard Grade.

 A team activity involves you
 working with other people.
 Task: Write down all the team
 activities that you will cover in
 Standard Grade.
         Types of Activity
Competitive & Non-Competitive
 Activities

 A Competitive activity is a contest involving
 two or more rivals.
 Task: Write down all the competitive
 activities that you will cover in Standard
 Grade.

 A Non-Competitive activity involves
 performers who take part for self
 satisfaction and enjoyment i.e. Aerobics
 and Jogging
        Types of Activity
Directly & Indirectly competitive
 Activities

 ‘Directly competitive’ means that
 you have a direct influence on what
 your opponent does i.e. football,
 hockey, basketball.

 ‘Indirectly competitive’ means
 that your performance does not
 affect the performance of your
 opponent i.e. Golf, orienteering,
 A                      B                                 C




D
                             E                        F



Put the following headings in your jotter and put the letters which
match these headings underneath them.

 TEAM ACTIVITY                     DIRECTLY COMPETITIVE
 INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY               INDIRECTLY COMPETITIVE
 COMPETITIVE ACTIVITY
    Subjective Activities

Are based on how the performance
looks. They can also be described as
aesthetic. The result depends on the
opinion of the judges. Performers
competing in a subjective activity
need to use their imagination and be
creative.
      Objective Activities
Performers achieve a definite score
that can be measured in some way.
This could be the number of goals
scored in a game, the distance
achieved, the fastest time or the
number of points won in a match.

Objective activities can also have
aesthetic value. Performers can also
be required to use their imagination
and be creative
   OBJECTIVE SCORING
       SYSTEMS
There is a variety of scoring systems
for objective activities. Here are a
few examples:

FOOTBALL            GOALS
BASKETBALL              POINTS
CRICKET             RUNS
100M                TIME
    A                       B                       C




            D
                                E                         F


G
                        H                                 I



        1. PUT THE LETTERS DOWN THE SIDE OF YOUR JOTTER
        2. NAME EACH ACTIVITY
        3. WRITE DOWN IF IT IS A SUBJECTIVE OR OBJECTIVE ACTIVITY
        4. WRITE DOWN THE SCORING SYSTEM USED FOR EACH ACTIVITY

				
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