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Physical and Health Education Second Term Continous Assessment and Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School Three (JSS 3)

      

EDUDELIGHT GRPOUP OF SCHOOL

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020

SUBJECT:PHE      CLASS:JSS3             TIME:2hrs

OBJECTIVE: Answer all questions.

  1. Which of the following statement is not true about kanu Nwnankwo ?  (a)  He won a UEFA champion  (b) He is an officer of the Niger  (c) he represented Nigeria at two Junior world cups in 2000 and 2004.  (d) he won three FA Cup Winners medal
  2. Modupe Oshikoya is notable for which of the following events?  (a) long jump  (b) decathlon  (c) short put  (d) high jump
  3. One of the following is not a professional who contributed to physical and health education in Nigeria.  (a) Prof. M.A ajibade   (b) Prof. John Adedeji  (c)  Prof. M.O. Ajisafe (d) Prof. J.A Ajala
  4. Mary Onyali-Omagbemi won bronze medals in all the following competitions except the ——-   (a) 1992 summer Olympics  (b) 1996 Summer Olympics  (c) 1996 commonwealth games  (d) 1996 London games
  5. One of the following is not a requirement for a decathlete  (a) speed  (b) stamina  (c) Eloquence  (d) coordination
  6. The most notable heptathlete   is    (a) Jackie Joyner-Kersee  (b) Mo farah  (c) Justin Gatlin  (d) Ben Johnson
  7. ————  is widely view as  the most challenging track and field event. (a) triathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  8. Men dominate the field in which type of combined events?   . (a) triathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  9. Which of the following is not a combined events?  . (a) sexptathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  10.  —————–  is known as the father of physical education in Nigeria.  (a) Samuel Okwaraji   (b) Harding   (c) Chioma   (d) Kanu 
  11. Triathlon became an Olympic sport in what year?(a)2012 (b)2002 (c)2000 (d)2010
  12. Modern triathlon consists of all the following events except…(a)fishing (b)biking (c)swimming  (d)running.
  13. Pentathlon events last for…….number of days..(a)1 (b)2 (c)3 (d)4
  14. The governing body for swimming in Nigeria is the……..(a)Swimming Association of Nigeria (b)Swimming Federation of Nigeria (c)Swimming Faculty of Nigeria (d)Swimming council of Nigeria.
  15. ……….. is not an example of balancing activities. (a)crab balance (b)crawl balance (c)chest balance (d)squat balance.
  16. Floor Stunt activities can be performed on the following except (a)mat (b)floor (c)table (d)foam.
  17. The performance of frog jump involves……..(a)taking a squatting position (b)stretching hand and legs in fight (c)standing on the hands and feet at the same time (d)none of the above.
  18. All the following are types of floor activities except…(a)tumbling activities (b)jumping activities (c)stunt activities (d)balancing activities.
  19. Gymnastic activities require………..(a)ability (b)flexibility (c)balance (d0all of the above.
  20. One of the following is not a facility in swimming.(a)clippers (b)earplug (c)whistles (d)starting blocks.
  21. ————–  are tiny organization that cannot be seen with the naked eye but which can cause diseases when they entered the body.   (a) pathogens  (b) Vectors  (c) Germs  (d) Diseases
  22. The acronyms AIDS in health education means  (a) Active Individual Deficiency System  (b) Active Immoral Development System  (c) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome  (d) Acquired Immune Disease Syndrome
  23. The following are examples of pathogens except   (a) bacteria  (b) viruses  (c) wood  (d) worms
  24. Tuberculosis and gonorrhea are caused by  (a) virus  (b) bacteria  (c) worm  (d)  fungi
  25. Viruses can cause the following disease except      (a) typhoid  (b) measles  (c) influenza  (d) yellow fever
  26. A ———–  is an unhealthy condition that develops in the body, disturbing its normal function and making its victim uncomfortable   (a) food   (b) disease  (c) germ   (d) vector
  27. Which of the following is fungi disease   (a) tetanus   (b) syphilis  (c) ringworm  (d) Malaria
  28. Which of the following is a communicable disease  (a) ulcer   (b) goiter   (c) stroke   (d) flu
  29. The following are signs and symptoms of diseases except    (a) pain  (b) fever  (c) bleeding   (d) relaxation
  30. The following are examples of non-communicable diseases except    (a) cataract   (b) cancer    (c) cold   (d) asthma.
  31. . Physical fitness and body conditioning programme includes the following exercise except….(a)anaerobics (b)long distance races (c)wrestling (d)aerobics.

32.  One of the following is a benefit derived from physical fitness exercises.(a)good body posture (b)bullying (c)academic excellence (d)good habits.

33. ……….makes a person think constructively.(a)over feeding (b)healthy skin (c)mental health (d)good looks.

34. All the following factors influence physical fitness except…(a)personal attributes (b)nutrition status (c)health status (d)growth status.

35. All except one of the following are benefits of adequate rest and sleep.(a) IT rejuvenates the mind and body (b) it improves the recovery of the body  (c) it enables you to make wise decision (d) it is linked to good memory

36. physical fitness exercises improve a person’s  (a) spiritual looks  (b) mental looks  (c) physical looks  (d) abdominal looks

37. physical fitness exercises can also be regarded as (a) weight lifting programmes  b)conditioning programmes  (c) reasoning programmes (d) training programmes

38. all except one of the following can affect interest in physical fitness activities. (a) age (b) climate  (c) health  (d) body odour

99.  ——————— is helpful in reducing symptoms of anxiety. (a) waste removal  (b) body type  (c) emotional stability  (d) age

40. Good body posture helps in maintaining ———————-  (a) joints  (b) hands  (c) mouth  (d) physical exercise

                                                      SECTION B(THEORY)

1.Explain why Harding J.Ekperigin was reffered to as the father of physical education in Nigeria.

2.Write brief notes on the following sports personalities.

      a. Chioma Ajunwa 

      b.Kanu Nwankwo

3.Briefly explain the following types of combined events

     a.Triathlon

     b.Heptathlon

     c.Decathlon

4.State five safety regulations guiding combined events.

5.State five safety precautions in gymnastics

                     EDUDELIGHT GRPOUP OF SCHOOL

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM FIRST CAT 2019/2020

SUBJECT:PHE      CLASS:JSS3             TIME:40 MIN

OBJECTIVE: Answer all questions.

  1. Which of the following statement is not true about kanu Nwnankwo ?  (a)  He won a UEFA champion  (b) He is an officer of the Niger  (c) he represented Nigeria at two Junior world cups in 2000 and 2004.  (d) he won three FA Cup Winners medal
  2. Modupe Oshikoya is notable for which of the following events?  (a) long jump  (b) decathlon  (c) short put  (d) high jump
  3. One of the following is not a professional who contributed to physical and health education in Nigeria.  (a) Prof. M.A ajibade   (b) Prof. John Adedeji  (c)  Prof. M.O. Ajisafe (d) Prof. J.A Ajala
  4. Mary Onyali-Omagbemi won bronze medals in all the following competitions except the ——-   (a) 1992 summer Olympics  (b) 1996 Summer Olympics  (c) 1996 commonwealth games  (d) 1996 London games
  5. One of the following is not a requirement for a decathlete  (a) speed  (b) stamina  (c) Eloquence  (d) coordination
  6. The most notable heptathlete   is    (a) Jackie Joyner-Kersee  (b) Mo farah  (c) Justin Gatlin  (d) Ben Johnson
  7. ————  is widely view as  the most challenging track and field event. (a) triathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  8. Men dominate the field in which type of combined events?   . (a) triathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  9. Which of the following is not a combined events?  . (a) sexptathlon  (b ) pentathlon  (c) decathlon  (d) heptathlon
  10.  —————–  is known as the father of physical education in Nigeria.  (a) Samuel Okwaraji   (b) Harding   (c) Chioma   (d) Kanu  .

        SECTION B (THEORY)

3.Briefly explain the following types of combined events

     a.Triathlon

     b.Heptathlon

     c.Decathlon

EDUDELIGHT GRPOUP OF SCHOOL

1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM SECOND CAT 2019/2020

SUBJECT:PHE      CLASS:JSS3             TIME:40 MIN

OBJECTIVE: Answer all questions.

  1. Triathlon became an Olympic sport in what year?(a)2012 (b)2002 (c)2000 (d)2010
  2. Modern triathlon consists of all the following events except…(a)fishing (b)biking (c)swimming  (d)running.
  3. Pentathlon events last for…….number of days..(a)1 (b)2 (c)3 (d)4
  4. The governing body for swimming in Nigeria is the……..(a)Swimming Association of Nigeria (b)Swimming Federation of Nigeria (c)Swimming Faculty of Nigeria (d)Swimming council of Nigeria.
  5. ……….. is not an example of balancing activities. (a)crab balance (b)crawl balance (c)chest balance (d)squat balance.
  6. Floor Stunt activities can be performed on the following except (a)mat (b)floor (c)table (d)foam.
  7. The performance of frog jump involves……..(a)taking a squatting position (b)stretching hand and legs in fight (c)standing on the hands and feet at the same time (d)none of the above.
  8. All the following are types of floor activities except…(a)tumbling activities (b)jumping activities (c)stunt activities (d)balancing activities.
  9. Gymnastic activities require………..(a)ability (b)flexibility (c)balance (d0all of the above.
  10. One of the following is not a facility in swimming.(a)clippers (b)earplug (c)whistles (d)starting blocks.

                                                SECTION B(THEORY)

1. 2.Write brief notes on the following sports personalities.

      a. Chioma Ajunwa 

      b.Kanu Nwankwo

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