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FIRST TERM PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)

SUB THEME: BASIC MOVEMENTS

WEEK 1: Movement made by Animals, people, machine, etc.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teachers lead the class to state the meaning of movement
  2. She explains and demonstrate different types of movement, rhythm, and pattern made by animal’s e.g. flying, running, hopping, swimming.
  3. She display pictures/posters of different types of animals on the move.
  4. She ask pupils to demonstrate different types of movement rhythms and patterns made by people e.g. walking, running, jumping, etc.
  5. She shows pupils pictures/posters of patterns and demonstrates them.
  6. She explains different types of movement rhythms and patterns made by machine.

E.g. cars – move on the road, aero plane fly, etc.

  • Teacher displays pictures and poster s of movements made by machine.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen and imitate  teacher’s demonstration
  2. They observe pictures and posters on display.
  3. They mention types of movement made by people, animals and machines.
  4. They ask questions
  5. They practice different movement patterns.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Pictures
  2. Posters
  3. charts

WEEK 2: FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT PATTERNS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher  guides pupils in a warm up activities on the playground
  2. Teacher leads people to demonstrate fundamental movement patterns
  3. She mentions fundamental movement patterns: bending, crawling, galloping, and climbing.
  4. She explains and demonstrates fundamental movement patterns.
  5. She supervises the pupils practice and  make corrections

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils Listen to teacher’s explanation
  2. They imitate teacher’s demonstrations.
  3. They practice different movement patterns


TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Playground
  2. Charts
  3. Pictures
  4. posters

WEEK 3 – 4:  COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher organizes warm up activities on the school playground.
  2. She leads pupils to explain physical fitness:

I.e. the ability to perform physical tasks especially as they relate to sport or occupation.

  • She lists the component of physical fitness e.g.
  • Endurance
  • Strength
  • Flexibility, etc.
  • She explains the components of physical fitness mentioned.
  • She demonstrate physical fitness activities to achieve endurance, strength, flexibility, etc.
  • She summarizes important points on board

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation
  2. They participate in warm up activities
  3. They demonstrate physical fitness activities to achieve endurance, strength, flexibility, etc.
  4. They copy the board summary.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Playground
  2. Charts
  3. Posters
  4. Video clips

WEEK 5 – 6: Athletics: Sprints

  1. 100 metres
  2. 200 metres
  3. 400 metres

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher guides pupils in a warm up activities on the school playground.
  2. She leads pupils to explain the word “Athletics” i.e. sports such as: running and jumping, track and field event.
  3. She leads pupils to define sprints:  a race in which the competitors run, swim, etc. very fast over a short distance.
  4. Teacher explains the different type of races i.e. 100 metre, 200 metre, 400metres
  5. She demonstrate the different types of races.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. They Participate in the warm up activities
  2. They define athletics and sprints
  3. They observe and imitate teacher’s actions

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. Playground
  2. Chart
  3. Video clips
  4. Poster
  5. Whistle/starting fun
  6. Stop watch

WEEK 7: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: REVISION AND MID TERM’S TEST

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

WEEK 8 – 9: Skills and Techniques

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES: 

  1. Teacher guides pupils to warm up activities on the school playground
  2. She recalls the meaning of sprints
  3. She leads the class on the need for skills and techniques in sprint races.
  4. She mention the skill and techniques in sprint races.
  5. Take-off
  6. Running
  7. Arm action
  8. finish
  9. she explain the skills mention
  10. She demonstrates sprints techniques to the pupils.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. pupils participate in warm up activities
  2. they recall the meaning of sprints
  3. they state skills in sprints races
  4. they practice the skills with the teacher ‘s supervision

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. playground
  2. charts
  3. video clips
  4. posters
  5. whistle / starting fun
  6. stop watch

WEEK 10 – 11: Stages of High Jump

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Teacher guides pupils to warm up activities on the school playground
  2. Teacher leads the pupils to demonstrate high jump.

An athletic event  in which competitors jump over a bar that is raised until only one competitor can jump over without  dislodging it.

  • She states the stages of high jump:
  • Run off
  • Take off
  • Cleaning the cross bar
  • Landing and recovery
  • Teacher explains the stages of high jump

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils participate in warm up activities
  2. They listen to teachers’ explanation
  3. They state skills in sprint high jump
  4. They practice the skill while the teacher supervises them.
  5. They participate in class discussion

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

  1. playground
  2. charts
  3. video clips
  4. posters
  5. whistle / starting fun
  6. stop watch
  7. high jump pit, landing foam, flags (red and white)
  8. measuring tapes

WEEK 12: REVISION

WEEK 13: EXAMINATION

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