The National Integrity of Sport Unit (NISU) and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) have developed a suite of lesson plans which can be adapted to inform students from Years 9 through 12 on issues explored in the National Curriculum for Health and Physical Education. The plans include issues such as match-fixing, performance-enhancing and illicit drugs in sport, playing by the rules, ethical decision making, and other sports integrity subjects. The plans are also adaptable for use in a senior secondary environment.
So where does sport integrity fit in to the Health and Physical Education curriculum?
In years 9 and 10, the National Health and Physical Education Curriculum include a topic for students reflect on how fair play and ethical behaviour can influence the outcomes of movement activities (see ACPMP107). The NISU and ASADA lesson plans can also be used to inform senior secondary students studying topics such as Legal Studies and Physical Education.
The following Lesson Plans are available for download:
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