PHE PRIMARY 4 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

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PHE PRIMARY 4 FIRST TERM LESSON PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

Lagos State Ministry of Education Schemes of work for Primary School

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

PRIMARY FOUR

FIRST TERM

WEEKS SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

  1. Locomotive movement: (I). Walking

(II). Running (iii). Skipping (IV). Hopping

(IV). Jumping (VI). Leaping

  1. Non – locomotive movement e.g. (I). Stretching

(ii). Bending (iii). Twisting

  1. Non – locomotive movement i.e.

(I). swimming (ii). Pulling (iii). Pushing

  1. Athletics: track event e.g. middle

Distance race such as 800m

(I). Starting, (II). Running (III). Takeoff, (IV). Arm – action

(V). Finishing

  1. Track event: Middle distance, such as

1500m – (I). Starting (II). Takeoff (III). Arm

Action

(V). Finishing

  1. Track event: relay – race 4 × 100m

Baton grip, exchange, visual exchange

  1. Games & sport: football, skills

Dribbling and shooting

  1. Football: ball control, goal keeping
  2. Table tennis: skills in table tennis e.g.

The grip, services – fore hand and back hand

10 First aid – safety education: Definition and

Content of first aid box

  1. First aid uses of aid material
  2. Revision and examination

 

 

 

TOPIC:  LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to know about:

  • Meaning of locomotive movement and non-locomotive movement.

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum.
  • Universal Basic Education Curriculum (UBE)
  • Unified Schemes of Work for Lagos State Primary Schools (MIDDLE BASIC)
  • Lagos State Scheme of Work for Physical and Health Education.
  • Online materials.
  • Physical and Health Education for Primary Schools.

ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: The students are familiar with sport activities.

WORD FILE: Fundamental, movement.                     

                              CONTENT

FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT OR RHYTHM

Movement is an act of change in the position or location of something.

Fundamental movement is the natural way of shifting the body from one place to another.

   EXAMPLES OF FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT

  1. Jogging
  2. Crawling
  3. Leaping
  4. Hopping
  5. Running
  6. Walking

TYPES OF MOVEMENT

The three types of movements are

  1. Locomotors/locomotive  movement
  2. Non – Locomotors/locomotive  movement
  3. Manipulative movement

LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

It is the movement of the body from one place to another. The movement can be forward or backward movement.

 EXAMPLES OF LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

  1. hopping
  2. Jumping
  3. Skipping
  4. Sliding
  5. Crawling
  6. Walking
  7. Running
  8. galloping

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE

  • The Teacher revises the previous lesson.
    • The Teacher introduces the topic.
    • She/he explains the term locomotive movement.
    • Teacher leads pupils to mention the examples of locomotive movement.

    LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

    • Learners participate in the class discussion

    EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

    Teacher asks the learners to:

    • Define locomotive movement.
    • Mention three examples of locomotive movement.

    CONCLUSION: the teacher summarizes the lesson.

     

     

     

    WEEK 2&3

     

    TOPIC:  NON LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

        PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

    At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to know about:

    • Examples of non-locomotive movement.

    REFERENCE MATERIALS

    • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum.
    • Universal Basic Education  Curriculum (UBE)
    • Unified Schemes of Work for Lagos State Primary Schools (MIDDLE BASIC)
    • Lagos State Scheme of Work for Physical and Health Education.

     Physical and Health Education for Primary Schools.

    ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: The students are familiar with.

    WORD FILE:  movement, axial.         

                                       CONTENT

    NON -LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

    It is the movement that does not involves moving of the whole body. Some parts of the body are moved. It is also called axial movement. The movement can be forward or back ward movement.

    EXAMPLES OF NON- LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENT

    1. stretching
    2. bending
    3. rocking
    4. jerking
    5. swinging
    6. swaying

MANIPULATIVE MOVEMENT

It is the movement of the part of the body to control, turn, twist, bend, beat, bounce, throw, catch or cause an object to move. Manipulative movement occurs more during sport activities.

EXAMPLES OF MANIPULATIVE MOVEMENT

  1. bouncing
  2. striking
  3. kicking
  4. throwing
  5. turning
  6. catching
  7. heading

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE

  • The Teacher revises the previous lesson.
  • The Teacher introduces the topic.
  • She/he explains the term non locomotive movement.
  • Teacher leads pupils to mention the examples of non-locomotive movement.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  • Learners participate in the class discussion

EVALUATIVE ACTIVITIES

Teacher ask the learners to:

  • What is recreation
  • Define non-locomotive movement
  • Mention three examples of  non-locomotive movement, manipulative movement

CONCLUSION: the teacher summarize the lesson

 

Exercise

  1. List five different types of non-locomotors movements.
  2. Describe pushing and bending.
  3. Pair up, hold your partner’s hands and pull each other. Who is the stronger puller?
  4. Describe twisting, using your hands

or any other part of your body.

 

WEEK 4&5

TOPIC: ATHLETICS – FIELD EVENTS – LONG JUMP

 

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to

  • Define Athletics
  • Explain Field event long jump
  • State the phases in long jump

REFERENCE MATERIALS

  • NERDC Basic Education Curriculum.
  • Universal Basic Education  Curriculum (UBE)
  • Unified Schemes of Work for Lagos State Primary Schools (MIDDLE BASIC)
  • Lagos State Scheme of Work for Physical and Health Education.
  • Online Materials.
  • Physical and Health Education for Primary Schools.

ENTRY BEHAVIOUR/ PREVIOUS LESSON: The PUPILS are familiar with.

                    

                                  CONTENT

                                   ATHLETICS HISTORY

    Athletics   started during the time of the early men when they were forced to run, jump, climb trees and mountains, throw sticks and stones, swim, dance,  and wrestle in order to obtain their food, or to protect their lives which were in danger from enemy forces. It is a competitive sport. The first athletic meeting was held in 776 B.C. in Greece. It was known as the Olympic Games held in honor of Zeus the king of the Greek gods. It came up every four years until 394 A.D. when it was banned by Emperor Theodosius who regarded is as a pagan festival but it was revived in 1896 by Monsieur Baron pierce de Coubertin a French lover of sports who was known as the father of the Olympics.

SCOPE OF ATHLETICS 

Athletics is group into two (2).

  1. Track events
  2. Field events

BENEFITS OF ATHLETICS

  1. It gives fun and enjoyment.
  2. For entertainment
  3. For professionalism
  4. For means of livelihood
  5. To acquire skills

                               TRACK EVENTS

Track events are events that involve running between lanes (1.22m wide) on the fields.

Track events are sub-grouped into

  1. The sprint races, including hurdles() like the straight sprint(50m, 75m, 100m and 110m hurdles), the semicircular sprints(150m, 200m), circular sprints (400m, hurdle(100 * 4, 200 * 4, 4 relay races)).
  2. The middle distance races like the 800m, 1500m races.
  3. The long distance races and marathon like 3,000m, 5,000m, 10,000m, and marathons.

The skills involved in middle distance races are mainly:

  1. Starting
  2. Take off
  3. Running
  4. Arm action
  5. Finish

Standing start

The method for the start in middle distance races is not the same as that for the sprints. The runner assumes the standing position at the command, ‘On your mark’. The runner bends forward a little, the right or left leg leading, the right or left arm slightly forward. The command, ‘Set’, ‘Go’ or the blast of gun or whistle can also be used for middle distance races.

‘Set’ position: When in this position, the front knee should be flexed, and the body weight moved completely over the front leg. The runner should not bend too far forward, so as not to have a false start or ‘beat the gun’. The driving leg in middle distance races is less vigorous than in the spirit the mouth and nose at the same time, in order to take in more oxygen.

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