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Junior Activity Week 
 1.2A Demonstrate understanding of the function of the body as it relates to the performance of physical activity v2 for Achievement Standard 90963 5 credits

This assessment activity requires you participate in basketball learning programme that enables them to demonstrate their understanding of how the body functions in the performance of specific skills involved in the game.

Within this activity students will learn about physiological responses, anatomical principles and biomechanical principles and how they relate to basketball.

During the basketball learning programme, you will demonstrate your understanding of the Anatomy involved, verbally. At the end of each topic (Biomechanics & Exercise physiology) of work you will be required to sit a half hour written assessment test in exam time under teacher supervision. 

 Overall grade

To gain Achieved: Achievement levels must be met in all 3 Parts.
To gain Merit: Merit levels must be met in 2 of the 3 Parts. 
(Achievement in the other part)
To gain Excellence: Excellence levels must be met in 2 of the 3 Parts. 
(Merit in the other parts)

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