PHE PRIMARY 1 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

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PHE PRIMARY 1 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

 

WEEK 1

TOPIC: Moving the body

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate correct movement pattern

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Role play, pictures, and charts etc.

RESOURCES AND MATERIALS: PHE book 1, 

BUILDING BACKGROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:

Pupils are familiars with the topic in their previous topic 

CONTENT:

MOVEMENT OF THE BODY

Leaping

Walking

Stepping

Hopping

Running

 

Walking

This is a series of steps that involve the use of the legs and feet.

How to walk

You walk by putting one foot in front of, or sometimes behind, the other. You support the body by one leg first, and then the other, swinging your arms gently as you move forward.

 

Leaping

This is to spring or jump on one foot and land on the other foot or on both feet.

Running

This is a walk with longer strides or steps and is faster than walking.

Exercise

  1. Walk from one end of your class to the other.
  2. Run from your school gate to your class.
  3. Leap three times.

 

WEEK 2

TOPIC: Basic manipulative movement

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to:

  1. Perform basic manipulative movement.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Real objects, pictures etc.

RESOURCES AND MATERIALS: PHE book 1

BUILDING BACKGROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:

Pupils are familiar with the topics in their previous topic.

CONTENT:

Throwing

Catching

Kicking

Striking

 

Throwing

This is when you grip an object such as a ball firmly, take a step back, step forward, and as the ball is released, you extend your arm sharply as the ball is pushed outwards.

Catching

This is when you quickly hold an object that is thrown at you.

Assessment and Evaluation:

1: Perform basic manipulative movement

 

WEEK 3

TOPIC: Safety rules in basic movement

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to:

  1. Identify safety rules in running, walking, pushing, and kicking. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: pictures, charts, etc.

RESOURCES AND MATERIALS: PHE book 1, online resources

BUILDING BACKGROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:

Pupils are familiar with the topics in their previous topic.

CONTENT.

Safety rules

Safety means to be free from danger.

Safety rules on the playground Ways to make the playground safe are:

  1. Removing dangerous objects
  2. Remove every dangerous object on the playground.
  3. Drop such objects in the waste bin.
  4. Look at the ground to see that it is free from any other object. Use of partners as support
  5. Get a partner.
  6. Make your partner ready to support you.
  7. Let your partner support you as you do the exercise.

  1. Some safety rules
  2. Do only the exercise that the teacher asks you to do.
  3. Do exercise only when the teacher is present.
  4. Do exercise gently and do not rush.
  5. Stop doing exercise when you are weak.
  6. Do not do exercise that will be too difficult for you.

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