Organisation of Content
Within each of the three areas of study there are a variety of modules that can be studied. Schools build their course by selecting and integrating modules or sections of module content to form units of work.
Schools may include additional content in the form of school-developed modules. A school-developed module can be developed to include content not represented in the Board-developed Physical Activity and Sports Studies modules and does not require approval.
A school-developed module cannot be used to meet the mandatory minimum study requirement from each area of study.
Refer to page 16 of the Syllabus
Programming requirements for the PASS course
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Which Module fits in which area of study? Only select ONE module per Area of Study.
- Body systems and energy for physical activity
- Promoting active lifestyles
- Lifestyle, leisure and recreation
Foundations of physical activity
Enhancing participation and performance
Physical activity and sport in society
Schools offering a 100-hour course of study must address all outcomes and include HOW MANY hours study of a Board-developed module from each of the three Areas of Study.CorrectIncorrect
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Schools offering a 200-hour course of study must address all outcomes and include a minimum of HOW MANY HOURS of study of a Board-developed module from each of the three areas of study.CorrectIncorrect
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