Sensing, computation, and communication (SC2) are highly coupled processes in federated edge learning (FEEL) and need to be jointly designed in a task-oriented manner for pursuing the best FEEL performance under the stringent resource constraints at edge devices. However, this remains an open problem as there is a lack of theoretical understanding on how the SC2 resources jointly affect the FEEL performance. In this paper, we address the problem of joint SC2 resource allocation for FEEL via a concrete case study of human motion recognition based on wireless sensing. Specifically, the joint SC2 resource allocation problem is cast to maximize the convergence speed of FEEL, under the constraints on training time and energy supply of each edge device. Solving this problem entails solving two subproblems in order: the first one reduces to determining a joint sensing and communication resource allocation that maximizes the total number of samples sensed during the entire training process; the second one concerns the partition of the total number of sensed samples over communication rounds to determine the batch size at each round for convergence speed maximization. Finally, extensive simulation results are provided to validate the superiority of the proposed scheme over several baseline schemes.