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									           ST AGNES’ PARISH
              SECONDARY
                                                            Personal Development Health
               SCHOOLS                                         and Physical Education
           PORT MACQUARIE

                                                              HSC ASSESSMENT TASK 2
                                                                             Sports Medicine


                                                              Task Title:                 Sports Medicine Scenario
                MACKILLOP                                     Module:                     Sports Medicine
                  SENIOR
                 COLLEGE                                      Weighting:                  14%
                                                              Date of Task:               Tuesday March 17th
                                                              Time:                       1.45 – 3.00pm
                                                              Location:                   MacKillop MPC
                                                              Materials:                  Black/Blue Pen




                 Directions to Candidates: Only black/blue pen are permitted into the examination room.
                 Answer Questions 1 and 2 on the proforma provided. Answer Q 3 and 4 on the paper pads provided.
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THE SCENARIO


Norma is a spritely 72 year old, who regularly participates in physical activity. She is the leader of the Hills Hikers, Walking
for pleasure group and swims twice a week as a Master Swimmer at the Waves Fitness and Aquatics Centre. She has
been an enthusiastic advocate for keeping physically active throughout life and as such has led a healthy life, with very
few physical ailments. Norma has always encouraged her grandchild, William (aged 10) to be as equally active in life.
Currently, William is in the under 11’s soccer team, he trains twice during the week and the match game is on Saturdays.
To assist his asthma, William is a recreational swimmer and swims regularly three times a week at Blacktown City Pool


On Norma’s most recent walk, she tripped over raised cement in the pavement. As she fell forward, she stretched out her
hand to stop the fall and as a result she fractured her clavicle. On the same day, William was training for soccer and rolled
his ankle in a hole on the soccer field. As a result, William received a grade 2 sprain to his ankle. It really wasn’t a very
good day for Norma and William.
 Questions                                                      Student Number _______________



(1) Describe the signs, symptoms and management of Norma’s clavicle fracture. (5 marks)
                                                                  Student Number: __________________


2. With regards to William’s recovery from injury, discuss the current theories on the use of heat and cold to
  manage his ankle injury. (5 marks)




         QUESTION 3 AND 4 ARE TO BE COMPLETED ON THE WRITING PAPER
                                  SUPPLIED
            DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ANSWER QUESTION 3 AND 4 ON THIS SHEET



3.       Analyse why sports medicine has a focus on the specific demands of adult athletes, aged athletes and young
         children. (12 marks)

4.        Discuss the procedures that should guide William’s return to play. 10 marks


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                                        Personal Development Health
      SCHOOLS                              and Physical Education
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                                              HSC ASSESSMENT TASK 2
                                                  TASK NOTIFICATION

                                          Task Title:    Sports Medicine Scenario
      MACKILLOP                           Module:        Sports Medicine
        SENIOR                            Weighting: 14%
       COLLEGE                            Date of Task: Tuesday March 17th
                                          Time:          1.45 – 3.00pm
                                          Location:      MacKillop MPC
                                          Materials allowed into the examination
                                          room:          Black/Blue Pen


Related Outcomes:
H8:    explains how a variety of training approaches and other interventions enhance performance and
       safety in physical activity.
H13: selects and applies strategies for the management of injuries and the promotion of safety in sport and
       physical activity
H16: devises methods of gathering, interpreting and communicating information about health and physical
       activity concepts.
H17: selects appropriate options and formulates strategies based on a critical analysis of the factors that
       affect performance and safe participation.

Task Context
Students have been learning about the classification, management and recovery of injury, demands of
specific athletes in terms of sports medicine and how preventative actions play a part in the well being of
athletes.

Task Description
Attached to this notification, is a scenario. Students are to read the scenario and prepare answers to the
questions which follow. Answers are based upon concepts learned in the Sports Medicine option. Paper will
be supplied. Students are to bring only Black/blue pens into the examination room.

Marking Guidelines:
You will be assessed on your ability to:
    • Demonstrate an understanding of health and physical activity concepts
    • Apply the skills of critical thinking and analysis
    • Illustrate your answer with relevant examples
    • present ideas in a clear and logical way

Areas being assessed:
This task will require thorough knowledge and understanding of the following critical inquiry questions;
     CQ 1         How are sports injuries classified and managed?
     CQ 2         How does sports medicine address the demands of specific athletes?
            CQ 4         How is recovery from injury managed?


                                                        Assessment Task

            THE SCENARIO
Scenario

                   Norma is a spritely 72 year old, who regularly participates in physical activity. She is the
                   leader of the Hills Hikers, Walking for pleasure group and swims twice a week as a Master
                   Swimmer at the Waves Fitness and Aquatics Centre. She has been an enthusiastic advocate
                   for keeping physically active throughout life and as such has led a healthy life, with very few
                   physical ailments. Norma has always encouraged her grandchild, William (aged 10) to be as
                   equally active in life. Currently, William is in the under 11’s soccer team, he trains twice during
                   the week and the match game is on Saturdays. To assist his asthma, William is a recreational
                   swimmer and swims regularly three times a week at Blacktown City Pool


                   On Norma’s most recent walk, she tripped over raised cement in the pavement. As she fell
                   forward, she stretched out her hand to stop the fall and as a result she fractured her clavicle.
                   On the same day, William was training for soccer and rolled his ankle in a hole on the soccer
                   field. As a result, William received a grade 2 sprain to his ankle. It really wasn’t a very good
                   day for Norma and William.




Questions
             1. Describe the signs, symptoms and management of Norma’s clavicle fracture. (5 marks)


             2. With regards to William’s recovery from injury, discuss the current theories on the use of
                    heat and cold to manage his ankle injury. (5 marks)


             3. Analyse why sports medicine has a focus on the specific demands of adult athletes, aged
                    athletes and young children. (12 marks)


             4. Discuss the procedures that should guide William’s return to play. (10 marks)

								
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