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THIRD TERM E-LEARNING NOTE

SUBJECT: PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION CLASS: JSS2

WEEKS TOPIC

  1. (a) Revision of last term’s work (b) table tennis history.

 

  1. Table dimension, basic skills, equipment & facilities, rules and regulations.

 

  1. Handball, history, court dimension, skills & techniques, equipment & facilities, nature of the game, rules and regulations.

 

5 Environmental pollution- definition, types, effects and

Prevention of environmental pollution.

  1. Continuous Assessment.

 

  1. Consumer Health, definition & consumer rights.

 

 

  1. Posture & Postural defects, Definition, types, causes of

    Postural defects, prevention & correction of postural

    Defects, importance of good posture.

 

  1. Swimming, brief history, breast and butterfly strokes,

    Life saving devices.

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11 Career & branches of physical & health education.—

Definition of career, P.H.E branches, how to choose a

Career in P.H.E.

 

  1. Drama creativity and rhythms (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo,

    Urhobo, Efik).

     

     

WEEK 1

REVISION/HISTORY OF TABLE TENNIS.

Nobody is sure of the origin of table tennis but there is the general belief that it started in England in about 1890. It was called different names such as “Ping Pong” “Indoor tennis” and “Gossima”. The name table tennis was given by the Parker brothers. The International Table Tennis was formed in 1926 with it headquarters in Berlin. Following the formation of the International body, national associations began to develop.

The beginning of table tennis in Nigeria is not very clear but the coming of the white men especially the missionaries who introduced schools also brought the game. In 1951 the Nigeria Table Tennis Association was formed. Since then there has been a lot competitions at local, states, federal and international levels.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Narrate the history of table tennis.
  2. The International Table Tennis Federation has it’s headquarters in ?

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 34 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

Read pages 142 of Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2 & 3.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. Gymnastics originated from? (a) Greece (b) Athens (c) Nigeria (d) Rome.
  2. The activity of the basketball game is governed by? (a) Traditional rules (b) Delegation (c) Doctrine (d) Rules and Regulations.
  3. Basketball game is played by —- players on each side? (a) Eleven (b) five (c) seven (d) non of the above.
  4. Field events can be grouped into—–parts? (a) Four (b) three (c)five (d) two.
  5. How many lanes has a standard athletics field? (a) 3-4 (b) 5-6 (c) 6-8 (d) 9-10.

THEORY

  1. Define communicable and non-communicable diseases
  2. Define female genital mutilation.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2 & 3.

 

 

WEEK 2.

TABLE TENNIS.

 

 

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2) THE NET

3) THE BAT

4) THE BALL

5) THE DRESS.

 

BASIC SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES IN TABLE TENNIS.

  1. THE GRIP
  2. THE SERVICE
  3. THE FOREHAND DRIVE
  4. THE BACKHAND DRIVE
  5. THE FOREHAND CHOP
  6. THE BACKHAND CHOP
  7. THE DROP SHOT
  8. THE SMASH.

 

The game of table tennis is played on table of 0.76m high by two or four players. The game begins with a serve from the server after a toss for choice of service. The ball must hit the server’s table before crossing the net at the centre of the table into the opponent’s court. A point is awarded to a player who wins the rally. Players change service after every two points have been scored. A player winning 11points wins the game. In case of a tie at 10points, a player must win two more points to win the game. Matches are played to the best of 3 or 5 games.

RULES OF TABLE TENNIS.

  1. A served ball touching the net and falling on the opponent’s court is a ‘LET’.
  2. The ball must bounce on the opponent’s court before it is played.
  3. A striker should not touch the table , the net or it’s support during play.
  4. There is change of service after every five points.
  5. It is a fault to spin the ball upwards before hitting it during service.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. List five facilities and equipment of table tennis.
  2. Draw a table tennis table.

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 34—40 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary 2

Read pages 142—145 of Physical and Heath Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2S

Schools 1,2 & 3.

 

WEEKEND ASSINGMENT.

  1. The nature of physical education is? (a) development of physical activities (b) development of mental activities (c) development of social activities (d) development of physical, social and mental well-being of the individual.
  2. The word ‘Leisure’ means? (a) Sleeping time (b) playing time (c) free time (d) fighting time.
  3. ———- are substances that contaminate the air, land and water? (a) Pollution (b) waste (c) refuse (d) pollutant.
  4. A disease commonly found in children and caused by malnutrition is known as? (a) Obesity (b) kwashiorkor (c) scabies (d) boil.
  5. The food that contains all the classes of food in an appropriate proportion is? (a) Settle food (b) mixed diet (c) sweetened diet (d) balanced diet.

THEORY

  1. Define Recreation
  2. Define Firstaid.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2 & 3.

 

 

 

WEEK 3—4

HANDBALL.

The game of handball started in Germany. A similar game was played by the Greeks and the Romans as early as 130—200 B.C, it was then called different names such as ‘Rafball’, ‘Urniaball’, ‘Harposton and Catchball. Konrad Kock introduced the game in Germany. In 1919 Carl Schelez game the game it’s present name and drew up the first set of rules. The International Handball Federation is the body which regulates the rules of the game at world level. It has its headquarters in Switzerland. In 1972, the Handball Federation of Nigeria was formed.

Handball game is played by two teams of 7 players a side in the field of play. Five substitutes are allowed for each team. The ball is played in a rectangular field of 40m/20m. The game is started with a throw-off

 

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  1. THE BALL
  2. THE COSTUMES

4) THE NET

5) THE POST

BASIC SKILLS OF HANDBALL.

  1. CATCHING
  2. PASSING—overhead pass, bounce pass, side arm throw, scoop (under hand) pass, chest pass, hook pass.
  3. DRIBBLING
  4. SHOOTING—jump shot, pivot (reverse) shot, penalty shot. dive shot,
  5. GUARDING
  6. GOAL KEEPING.

 

NATURE OF THE GAME.

Each team consists of 12players (10 court players and 2 goal keepers), of whom a maximum of 7 players (6court players & 1goal keeper) may be present on the playing area at the same time.

The playing time for adults is 2 equal halves of 25mins with an interval of 10mins. Two extra halves of 5mins each is allowed to determine the winner when the game is draw.

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS OF HANDBALL.

  1. No player is allowed to take more than three steps before the ball is passed out.
  2. No player is permitted to enter into the 6metre line except the goal keeper.
  3. No player is expected to use his legs against the ball except the goal keeper.
  4. Players must not hold any part of the body of an opponent nor push him.
  5. Any player who steps on the 6metre line is penalized with a free throw to be taken by the attacking or the defending team.
  6. The goal keeper can catch the ball outside the goal area and throw it from the spot but he is not allowed to enter the 6metre line with the ball.
  7. If a player falls with the ball, he is allowed to pass the ball while kneeling, sitting or lying.

 

OFFICIALS OF HANDBALL.

  1. TWO REFEREE
  2. THE SCORE TAKER
  3. THE TIME KEEPER.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Narrate the history of handball
  2. List five skills in handball.

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages57—65 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. All the following are the types of crouch start except? (a) bunch start (b) general start (c) medium start (d)elongated start
  2. Athletics are divided into —- and — events? (a) Track, sport (b) track, races (c) field, races (d) track, field.
  3. Another name for leisure time is? (A) Sleeping time (b) playing time (c) free time (d) boxing time.
  4. The following are the scopes of physical education except? (a) Fighting (b) athletics (c) games (d)dancing.
  5. The following are the means of preventing accident except ?(a) do not use faulty equipment (b) always use ornaments (c) follow the coaching points (d) have adequate warm-up before performing.

THEORY

  1. Name the three types of crouch start
  2. Narrate the history of athletics.

REFERENCE TEXT.

Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2 & 3.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 5.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION.

Environmental Pollution is the release of contaminated and harmful substances and materials into the surroundings which affect living things negatively. Pollution occurs to air, water and land. Pollution is the contamination of fresh and pure air, land and water with impurities. It is the release of unwanted substances into the surrounding.

Pollution is undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated with harmful substances as a consequence of human activities. The act of contaminating or polluting either intentionally or accidentally.

 

TYPES OF POLLUTION.

 

AIR POLLUTION: – This is the release of harmful and unwanted substance into the air, pollution of the atmosphere.

 

WATER POLLUTION: – This pollution of the water bodies.

 

LAND POLLUTION: – This is the contamination of the land which affects its productivity level negatively.

 

NOISE POLLUTION: – This is the release of unpleasant sound in the environment, annoying and potentially harmful sound in the environmental.

 

SOURCES OF POLLUTION.

  1. Oil spillage
  2. Gasses from vehicles and automobile engines.
  3. Cigarette smoking
  4. Industrial and factory waste
  5. Bush burning
  6. Refuse and sewage disposal
  7. Erosion
  8. War disaster
  9. Noise.

 

EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION.

  1. Danger to human life and animals.
  2. Affects the growth of plants.
  3. Reduce the productivity level of the soil.
  4. Climatic change or change in weather condition
  5. Death of plants and animals
  6. Spread of diseases.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Define pollution
  2. List and explain the types of pollution.

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 75 & 76 of Essentials Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. Scientists defined—-as ability to do work? (a) engine (b) power (c) energy (d) strength
  2. The ability to sprint over obstacles that are arranged along the track is? (a) relay (b) high jump (c) triple jump (d) hurdles
  3. The duration for playing the game of soccer is? (a) 45mins (b) 50mins (c) 60mins (d) 90mins.
  4. Track officials in athletics include all these except? (a) Referee (b) starter (c) catcher (d) time keeper.
  5. The primary source of energy during physical activities is? (a) Vitamins (b) protein (c) fats and oil (d) carbohydrates.

 

THEORY.

  1. Define first aid
  2. List the types of throw in handball.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 6

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 7.

CONSUMER HEALTH.

Consumer Health can be defined as all the measures that are often taken to protect the unsuspecting buyer or consumer from buying and using fake and harmful products and services. It is necessary that individuals become intelligent consumers of goods and services through the acquisition of skills in the act of obtaining the best value for their money spent. The process through which the consumer can possess a thorough knowledge in consumer health is called consumer education. Consumer education is the process of helping individuals become informed consumers through enabling the consumer to possess the needed skills.

 

RIGHTS OF THE CONSUMER.

  1. The right to choose what he wants.
  2. The right to be informed about the goods and services
  3. The right to safety
  4. The right to good and efficient services.
  5. The right to know the manufacturing and expiry date.
  6. The right to know the place of production.
  7. The right to know the ingredients and nutrients composition of a commodity.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Define consumer health
  2. List five rights of the consumer.

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 99 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. When there is a break in the athlete’s bone, what type of injury has the athlete sustained? (a) Muscle pull (b) Dislocation (c) Fracture (d) Wound.
  2. Continuous exchange of strokes is referred to as? (a) Ace (b) Rally (c) Lob (d) Service
  3. The game of basketball originated from (a) America (b) Nigeria (c) Australia (d) China
  4. The imaginary division of the body into lower and upper extremities is—-plane? (a) Motion (b) Transverse (c) Lateral (d) Coronal
  5. Which among the list is not a source of carbohydrate (a) Beans (b) Yam (c) Potato (d) Cocoyam?

 

THEORY

  1. Define Aquatics
  2. Define Pathogens and Diseases.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 8.

POSTURE.

POSTURE: – can be defined as the proper alignment of the body and it’s limb. Posture is the way the body is carried during the performance of activities such as sitting, standing, walking, jumping, and running e.t.c.

A good posture is that position which enables one to move with ease. It means that the body is held correctly so that there is only slight tension in the muscles.

 

POSTURAL DEFECT: – This can be defined as the abnormal or improper alignment of the body and it’s limb. It is the abnormal way of holding or carrying the body during the performance of various activities due to deviation from the normal position.

 

CAUSES OF POSTURAL DEFECTS.

  1. Heredity
  2. Muscular weakness
  3. Bad habit
  4. Accident
  5. Poor diet
  6. Imitation
  7. Prolonged illness.
  8. Lack of exercise.

 

TYPES OF POSTURAL DEFECTS.

  1. KYPHOSIS
  2. LORDOSIS
  3. SCOLIOSIS
  4. KNOCK KNEES
  5. BOWLEGS
  6. FLAT FOOT

 

PREVENTION OF POSTURAL DEFECTS.

  1. Regular physical exercise.
  2. Maintain proper body carriage
  3. Balanced diet
  4. Maintain adequate rest.
  5. Medical examination
  6. Good recreation.

 

IMPORTANCE OF GOOD POSTURE.

  1. It contributes to good health
  2. It enables the individual to work for a long time without fatigue.
  3. It contributes to personality
  4. It makes an individual look good.
  5. It ensures self confidence.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Define posture and postural defect.
  2. List five causes of postural defect.

 

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 77—81 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

Read pages 196—197 of Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2 & 3.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. Human trafficking results to physical and psychological health problems for the? (a) Victim (b) traffickers (c) doctor (d) government.
  2. Which of these movements is not considered as locomotor? (a) Running (b) jumping (c) galloping (d) pushing.
  3. Fundamental rhythmic patterns are grouped into two main areas of? (a) Balance and coordination (b) locomotor and imagination. (c) Locomotor and axial (d) locomotor and non locomotor.
  4. Gymnastics originated from —-? (a) Greece (b) Sparta (c) Rome (d) China.
  5. How many players make up a team in hockey game? (a) 7layers (b) 8players (c) 10players (d) 11players.

 

THEORY.

  1. Define obesity
  2. Explain the following —- Rally, Duce and Let.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

Physical and Health Education Handbook for junior secondary school 1, 2

 

 

 

 

WEEK 9

SWIMMING.

Swimming is as old as man himself. The early men were believed to have swum in water when forced into it by wild animals, for fun and when in search of food like fish and other aquatic animals. As far back as 9000 .B.C, pictures of swimmers carved on the walls of caves were discovered in the Libyan Desert. Swimming was introduced to the Olympics in 1896. In 1908 the International Amateur Swimming Federation was formed and in1958 the Amateur Swimming Association of Nigeria was formed.

BASIC SKILLS IN SWIMMING.

  1. Crawl / free style
  2. Breast stroke
  3. Back stroke
  4. Butterfly stroke.

 

SAFETY RULES AT SWIMMING POOL.

  1. Do not go to the pool alone.
  2. Call for help when necessary
  3. Always shower before entering the water
  4. Never spit, urinate or throw any type of rubbish in the water.
  5. Avoid staying in cold water for too long.
  6. All learners must not go to the pool without tubes for safety.
  7. Safety officers must always be on guard before learning.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Narrate the history of swimming.
  2. List seven (7) safety rules in swimming.

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 107—112 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. Surfing, canoeing, rafting, diving and water polo are ——–sports? (a) games (b) aquatics (c) gymnastics (d) outdoor
  2. Who presides over athletic meeting? (a) straddle (b) referee (b) marks men (c) judge (d) umpire
  3. What is the dimension of the landing area in long jump? (a) 8m/2.75m (b) 9m/2.75m (c) 9m/2.95m (d) 9m/3.95m.
  4. A standard swimming pool measures? (a) 25m/30m (b) 25m/40m (c) 25m/50m (d) 25m/60m.
  5. Physical education can be defined as the development of the body? (a) Physically (b) mentally (c) socially (d) all of the above.

 

THEORY.

  1. What is physical fitness
  2. List five injuries associated with gymnastics.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 10

CAREER.

Career is the particular occupation for which you are trained. It is the progress and actions taken by a person through out a life time. A career is often composed of the jobs held, titles earned and work accomplished over a long period of time rather than just referring to one position.

 

BRANCHES OF PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION.

  1. Health education
  2. Physical education
  3. Sports psychology
  4. Sports management / administration
  5. Sports medicine
  6. Sports science
  7. Sports marketing
  8. Recreational management
  9. Sports sociology
  10. Safety education.

 

HOW TO CHOOSE A CAREER.

Before choosing a particular career the individual should consider the following—

  1. What are my values
  2. Where my interest lie and what do is really important to the individual.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION.

  1. Coaching
  2. Physical trainer
  3. Sports psychologist
  4. Sports marketer
  5. Exercise therapist
  6. Sports journalist
  7. Sports administrators
  8. Community development workers
  9. Health journalist
  10. Teaching
  11. Consultant
  12. Safety personnel.

 

EVALUATION QUESTION.

  1. Define career
  2. List ten (10) branches of P.H.E.

 

READING ASSIGNMENT.

Read pages 120—121 of Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT.

  1. The science of food is called? (a) nutrient (b) ingestion (c) nutrition (d) digestion.
  2. The following are skills of soccer, except? (a) Jumping (b) kicking (c) dribbling (d) goal keeping.
  3. The primary source of energy for muscular activities is? (a) Fats and oil (b) protein (c) vitamins (d) carbohydrates.
  4. Which of these is not a grip in javelin? (a) Tennis grip (b) fork grip (c) American grip (d) British grip.
  5. The qualities of good health include the following except? (a) personal and environmental hygiene (b) freedom from diseases (c)indiscriminate use of drugs (d) medical and dental care.

 

THEORY.

  1. List four values of swimming
  2. Define recreation and give six reasons why we need recreation.

 

REFERENCE TEXT.

Essentials of Physical and Health Education for junior secondary school 2.

 

 

 

 

 

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