1. Critically analyse the role of sport development and its associated agencies in sport and leisure provision in the UK.

Department of Sport BA (Hons) PE and Sports coaching Module Handbook 2016-17 PESC506: Sport Development Level 5

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1. Rationale

Sport development schemes are complex projects that contain management, leadership, planning and funding aspects. It is therefore pertinent for students to develop social awareness and to locate sport development policy and practice in a critical social context.

 

2. Aims and distinctive features

The aim of this module is to provide the context of sport development within sport and society. In doing so, it will build on the L4 module The Sport and Leisure Industry

 

Aims of this module are:

  1. To develop social awareness of sport development initiates
  2. To locate sport development policy and practice in a critical social context.
  3. To develop a critical understanding of the influences which impact on participation with a focus of sport inclusion throughout the module.

 

3. Module Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module, students should, with guidance, be able to:

  1. Critically analyse the role of sport development and its associated agencies in sport and leisure provision in the UK.
  2. Evaluate the impact of recent/current sport development initiatives in the UK.
  3. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of understanding of the funding and planning associated with the design and implementation of sport development initiatives.
  4. Evaluate the barriers associated with sport development initiatives.

 

4. Learning and Teaching Strategy

 

Sessions will be delivered using a variety of methods including: taught sessions, lectures, seminars,, group work, independent research, self-reflection and peer group feedback.

 

30 hours of taught sessions/lectures – typically 2 hours per week (LOs 1-4)

15 hours of tutorials – 1 hour per week (LOs 1-4)

15 hours of seminar sessions – 1 hour per week (LOs 1-4)

 

Total contact time is 60 hours.

 

5. Arrangements for revision and private study

Tutorial time will be built into the academic programme, allowing one to one sessions to be undertaken weekly if required.  Bookings will be made with the Learning Resource Centre to provide access to module related resources. Further information will be provided on the College’s VLE.

 

140 hours are allocated to private study.

 

6. Assessment strategy

 

Essay

 

  • Allows for individuality, creativity and expression

 

  • Develops skills in written communication

 

  • Enables students to demonstrate their ability to construct fluent, logical arguments

 

  • Allows students to bring together different strands of their thinking and learning into a synoptic argument.

 

Presentations

 

  • Public performance usually ensures good research and preparation and thus engagement with deep learning about the presentation topic

 

  • Encourages the development of real-world transferrable skills:

 

  1. Question and answer session develop interview skills
  2. Engagement with presentation technologies develop ICT skills
  3. Collaborative work addresses the interpersonal skills necessary to work in a team.

 

 

7. Methods of assessment

1.         3000 word essay analysing the role of sport development, the polices associated with such and the impact of sporting initiatives relating to participation, communities or elite pathways. . (LOs 1,2) (60%)

 

2.         20 min + 5 min questions presentation exploring the process of setting up a sport development scheme and identifying potential barriers. (LOs 3,4) (40%)

 

8. Method of re-assessment (if different to 7)

  1. As above.

 

9. Ethical issues relating to teaching and assessment:

Prior to undertaking any physical activity (e.g. for data collection purposes) all students will be required to satisfactorily complete an Informed Consent and Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire PAR-Q.

 

For examples of specific activities please see module handbook programme of work. Risk assessments have been completed for use of equipment and facilities

 

All activities have been approved by SHES ethics panel.

10. Module learning outcomes/assessment mapping

Programme outcomes

Module outcomes

Assessment method 1

Assessment method 2

Assessment method 3

a1, a2, a3, b1, c5, d2, d3, d5

1-2

3000 word  essay (60%)

 

 

a2, a3, b1, c5, d2, d3, d5

3-4

 

20min presentation including questions(40%)

 

 

11. Indicative content

Sport development agencies

Partnerships

Local, regional and national sport development initiatives

Planning issues in sport development

Planning sport development programmes

Funding

Management techniques

Evaluative techniques

 

12. Learning and teaching schedule

Semester One: w/b 26/09/16

Week

w/b

Mode*

Topic

Preparatory reading

1

26/9

L/S/T

Module Introduction

Learning Outcomes

Assessments

 

Sport Development Overview

House of Sport

Continuum

 

Agency vision and Objectives

 

Partnerships

 

Management Techniques

 

Policy Process’

Hylton, K., Bramham, P., Jackson, D. and Nesti, M. (2001). Sport Development: Policy, Process and Practice.

 

Bloyce, D. and Smith, A. (2010). Sport Policy and Development: An Introduction.

Chapter 1 and 2

2

03/10

L/S/T

 Organisations, Policy and Processes

 

3

10/10

W

Youth Sport Development

 

Target Groups and Influences

 Bloyce, D. and Smith, A. (2010). Sport Policy and Development: An Introduction.

Chapter 3

4

17/10

W

Community Sport Development

 

Target Groups and Influences

Bloyce, D. and Smith, A. (2010). Sport Policy and Development: An Introduction.

Chapter 4 and 5

Half Term: 24th Oct – 28th (inc)

5

31/10

L/S/T

LTAD

 

Target Groups and Influences

Bloyce, D. and Smith, A. (2010). Sport Policy and Development: An Introduction.

Chapter 6

6

7/11

W

 Tutorials

 

7

14/11

N/A

Mid semester progress reviews + assessment week

Submit Assessment One

8

21/11

L/S/T

Initiatives

 

Planning and Differentiation

 

 

9

28/11

L/S/T

Funding and Sponsorship

 

Effects of Major Events

 

10

05/12

L/S/T

Barriers to participation

 

11

12/12

L/S/T

Evaluation Techniques 

 

 

Christmas / New Year: 19th Dec – 2nd Jan (inc)

12

02/01 (BH)

W

Presentation Guidance and Assessment Prep Week

 

13

09/01

 

Submit Assessment Two

 

 

14

16/01

 

 

 

15

23/01

 

 

 

 

 

*Mode: L = Lecture; S = Seminar; T = tutorial; W = Workshop

 

14. Assignment information

 

Regulations

  1. 1.    Presentation conventions

Unless specified otherwise, written assignments should be word-processed and presented on white paper with 2.5 cm margins. The font should be Arial 12 and black, the line spacing should be 1.5, and you should include a footer indicating page numberings and date. You should observe the presentation conventions for your discipline (details in your Programme Handbook).

Other forms of submitted work should be clear and understandable. Audio and video recordings must be high quality and always labelled. Work may be returned to students unmarked if presentation is not of an appropriate standard.

 

  1. 2.    Overlength assessments   

(i)         Penalties are a percentage of the maximum mark available for the assessment element which is overlength

(ii)        Overlength assessment penalties apply only to word counts and exclude charts, graphs, tables etc

(iii)       Unless otherwise specified the published word limit excludes references in footnotes, appendices, references and bibliography lists

(iv)       Your coursework assessment rubrics will tell you to declare a word count on the coversheet where a word limit is specified.

(v)        An erroneous word count declaration will be dealt with as suspected use of unfair means. 

(vi)       The penalty for overlength work is:

•           10-20% over the specified word limit (or duration e.g. performance, composition, presentation etc) a penalty of 10%

•           more than 20% over the published word limit, the work will be    awarded a mark of zero

 

  1. 3.    Turnitin

An electronic copy of any written assignment and presentations should be submitted via Turnitin and a receipt placed at the front of each piece of work as evidence. By submitting assessments in this manner, students acknowledge that they are aware of the nature and consequences of plagiarism as set out in the Undergraduate Handbook.  Failure to submit a Turnitin receipt with your assignment will result in the assignment being regarded as incomplete and a maximum mark of 40 being awarded.   

 

  1. 4.    Late submissions

All coursework assessments have a published submission deadline which should be no later than 4pm on the specified deadline date. The late submission penalties which will be applied to coursework submitted after the published deadline are:

  • up to and including 24 hours after the deadline - a penalty of 10%;
  • more than 24 hours and up to and including 7 days after the deadline - either a penalty of 10% or the mark awarded is reduced to the pass mark, whichever results in the lower mark;
  • more than 7 days after the deadline - a mark of zero is awarded.

 

  1. 5.    Mitigating Circumstances

Students should recognise that there is only one method by which non-submitted or late-submitted work can be considered, i.e. through ‘mitigating circumstances’. The method by which non-submitted or late-submitted work can be considered requires evidence that you have mitigating circumstances according to criteria approved by the University of Hull (details in the undergraduate and postgraduate handbooks).

Applications for Mitigating Circumstances must be submitted no later than 7 working days after the exam or assessment deadline in question.  Forms submitted later than 7 working days following the exam or assessment deadline may not be considered. If the application is submitted more than 7 working days after the exam / deadline you should provide reasons for the delay.

 

Recommendations:

  • Pay attention to the assessment and grading criteria as you compose and check your work;
  • Check that your work fulfils the module learning outcomes;
  • Make sure that your work accords with the regulations on word limits;
  • Observe the conventions set out in the section on referencing, quotations and presentation of assessment work in the Programme Handbook. Failure to observe these conventions will result in loss of marks.

 

Department of Sport

BA Hons PE and Sports Coaching

 

Module code

Module title

Module Leader

PESC506

Sport Development

BF

 

Assignment

Mode

Tariff

Weighting

Learning Outcomes

1

Written

3000

60%

1, 2

 

Submission date

Instructions for submission and return of assignment

15.11.16

This work must be uploaded via Blackboard and Turnitin by 12noon on the stated date.

 

You must include an assignment submission sheet and turnitin receipt which can be obtained on Blackboard

 

Feedback will be uploaded to Blackboard

Return date

13.12.16

 

Assignment brief 

 

Written analysis (3000) surrounding the role of sport development, its associated agencies and the impacts of recent/current initiatives.

 

Introduction 

  • Provide an outline of sport development within the UK. Through this, you should  analyse sport policy process’ and its implementation of a variety of development strategies to improve government concerns relating to societal aspects, health and wellbeing or sporting pathways.
  • Provide an overview of the visions of three key sporting development agencies such as Sport England, UK Sport, NGBs (FA, LTA, ASA), Sport Coach UK, South Yorkshire Sport Local Authorities and Active Fusion.

 

Main body

  • Analyse the differing emphasis which each agency has in the development of sport.
  • Review and analyse the objectives found in both national and local current sport development schemes and initiatives 
  • Evaluate the impacts of such initiatives on sport development within the UK.

 

Conclusion

  • Summarise key points suggesting future directions of sporting development.

 

Referencing

  • References using the Harvard style of referencing from journals, textbooks and appropriate websites.

 

Writing style

  • Appropriate sentence structure, grammar and spelling, academic writing style.

 

Learning Outcomes

To successfully complete this assignment, learners will be able to fulfill the requirements of the following learning outcomes:

 

  1. Critically analyse the role of sport development and its associated agencies in sport and leisure provision in the UK.
  2. Evaluate the impact of recent/current sport development initiatives in the UK.

 

Department of Sport

BA Hons PE and Sports Coaching

 

Module code

Module title

Module Leader

PESC506

Sport Development

BF

 

Assignment

Mode

Tariff

Weighting

Learning Outcomes

2

PPT & Q

20 min + 5 min questioning

40%

3, 4

 

Submission date

Instructions for submission and return of assignment

10.01.17

Slides + any additional materials must be uploaded to blackboard no less than 24 hours before the time and date of the first presentation.

 

You must include an assignment submission sheet which can be obtained on Blackboard

 

Feedback will be uploaded to Blackboard

Return date

07.02.17

 

Assignment brief 

 

Individual presentation and additional question and answer session (20 minutes) to demonstrate

 

Introduction 

  • Using a range of sources, provide an overview of the planning requirements and procedures of one sport development initiative established by Sport England or UK Sport and one local sport development initiative. Outline where the initiative objectives originate from, who is involved and the process of establishment.

 

Main body

  • Analyse the funding issues that affect sport development and your chosen agency. Analyse the current funding across UK sport development. Use your identified initiative to provide examples of the funding implications associated with the establishment of current initiatives. Compare and contrast the funding required for your chosen initiative with that of others.
  • Evaluate the barriers associated with sport development and the success of the chosen initiatives. Analyse the challenges in which Sport England or UK Sport encounter when enhancing sporting provision for all.

 

Conclusion

  • Summarise key points regarding the planning and funding requirements needed at both national and local level, summarising the differences.
  • Highlight key barriers and provide future recommendations.

 

Referencing

  • References using the Harvard style of referencing from journals, textbooks and appropriate websites.

 

Presentation style

  • Appropriate slide layout and presentational style (tone, clarity and pace).

 

Learning Outcomes

To successfully complete this assignment, learners will be able to fulfill the requirements of the following learning outcomes:

 

3. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of understanding of the funding and planning associated with the design and implementation of sport development initiatives.

4. Evaluate the barriers associated with sport development initiatives.

 



 

SFE56: Sport Development

Module Learning Outcomes Grading Criteria

 

By the end of the module learners are expected to be able to:

0-19

20-34

35-39

40-49

50-59

60-69

70-79

80-89

90-100

LO1

Critically analyse the role of sport development and its associated agencies in sport and leisure provision in the UK.

 

Negligible evidence of subject knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s)

Inappropriate evidence of subject knowledge

and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s)

Some evidence of subject knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s) but lacking in some very important aspects

Evidence of subject knowledge and understanding and/or use

of relevant skill(s) but competence in its application is limited

Evidence of subject knowledge and understanding and/or

use of relevant skill(s)is sufficient and appropriate to the task

Good, robust evidence of appropriate and effective use of

subject knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skills

Strong and convincing evidence of considered use of subject

knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s)

Strong, convincing  and consistent evidence of insightful and nuanced use

  of subject knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s)

Overwhelming evidence of insight and innovation in the effective use

of subject knowledge and understanding and/or use of relevant skill(s)

LO2

Evaluate the impact of recent/current sport development initiatives in the UK.

 

LO3

Demonstrate a breadth and depth of understanding of the funding and planning associated with the design and implementation of sport development initiatives.

 

LO4

Evaluate the barriers associated with sport development initiatives

By the end of the module learners are expected to be able to:

0-19

20-34

35-39

40-49

50-59

60-69

70-79

80-89

90-100

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