Learning objectives: listed on each chapter opener in clear, accessible language
Wellbeing check-in activities: developed with Clinical Psychologist Dr David Bakker from MoodMission. Each activity introduces students to a specific strategy, based on scientific research, that is designed to improve their wellbeing.
Investigations: scaffold research topics and experiments and allow students to conduct their own investigation into a topic. Students practise their data analysis skills and how to present results.
Case studies: create authentic connections between Health & Physical Education knowledge and real-world applications. Feature perspectives from diverse social and cultural groups, including First Nations peoples.
Face to face: activities designed to be completed in pairs or groups, and provide opportunities for debate and collaboration and improved teamwork skills. Students explore different movement skills and practise games and sports.
Fast facts: short bites of information and data that are designed to engage and interest students while building knowledge and creating real-world connections.
Review, reflect, extend activities provide differentiated summary questions to review student knowledge and explore topics further. Chapter reviews: questions ranging in complexity to further build knowledge and help apply concepts.