Oxford University Press
Oxford Resources for IB DP Sports, Exercise and Health Science: Course eBook
John Sproule
Oxford Resources for IB DP Sports, Exercise and Health Science: Course eBook
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Exam Board: International Baccalaureate (IB) Level and subject: IB Diploma Sports, Exercise and Health Science students - SL and HL First teaching: 2024 · First exams: 2025
Developed in cooperation with the IB and matched to the first teaching 2024 subject guide, the comprehensive Course Book and Kerboodle course offers support for key concepts, theories and skills. This title:
· Is published in cooperation with the IB so you can be assured the content is aligned, reviewed, and approved
· Focuses on both knowledge and skills with high quality content created by an experienced IB author
· Builds interconnected knowledge of the subject through linking questions included for every topic
· Aids learner understanding with case studies, topic summaries, selfstudy, and data-based questions, based on the latest research
· Supports students at SL and HL through clear indication of AHL content
· Encourages skills development with a dedicated ATL skills feature, as well as a dedicated sections for the tools and inquiry process

Exercise physiology and nutrition of the human body
A.1 Communication
A.1.1 Inter-system communication
A.1.2 Maintaining homeostasis
A.1.3 Transport
B.1 Generating movement in the body
B.1.1 Anatomical position, planes and movement
B.1.2 Structure and function of connective tissues and joints
B.1.3 Muscular function
B.1.4 Levers in movement and sport
C.1 Individual differences
C.1.1 Personality
C.1.2 Mental toughness
A.2 Hydration and nutrition
A.2.1 Water and electrolyte balance
A.2.2 Fuelling for health and performance
A.2.3 Energy systems
A.3 Response
A.3.1 Qualities of training
A.3.2 Benefits to health of being active
A.3.3 Fatigue and recovery
B.2 Forces, motion and movement
B.2.1 Newton’s laws of motion
B.2.2 Fluid mechanics
B.2.3 Movement analysis and its applications
B.3 Injury
B.3.1 Causes of injury
B.3.2 Interventions related to injury
Sports psychology and motor learning
C.2 Motor learning
C.2.1 Motor learning processes
C.2.2 Attentional control
C.3 Motivation
C.3.1 Achievement motivation
C.3.2 Self-determination
C.3.3 Motivational climate
C.4 Stress and coping
C.4.1 Arousal and anxiety
C.4.2 Coping
C.5 Psychological skills
C.5.1 Goal setting
C.5.2 Imagery
Mathematical tools
Inquiry process
Internal assessment (IA) and practical work
Preparing for your exams
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