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Physical and Health Education Second Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School (JSS 1, JSS 2, JSS 3)

           

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    P.H.E                                                                          CLASS:  J.S.S 1

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. Which of these disease conditions can be reduced by the use of regular exercise?  (a) eye defect  (b) obesity  (c) marasmus  (d) headache
  2. Dysentery, cholera and constipation are common diseases of the ________system                         (a) digestive  (b) endocrine  (c) respiratory  (d) reproductive
  3. Which of the following is NOT a contact game?  (a) Judo  (b) Boxing  (c) table tennis                                     (d) taekwondo
  4. HIV in Health Education means  (a) Health Infested Victims  (b) Health Immorality Victims  (c) Human Immune deficiency virus  (d) Human Immune Virus
  5. Protrusion of the belly in children caused by malnutrition is called (a) pellagra  (b) rickets  (c) kwashiorkor  (d) scurvy
  6. Which of these is not a communicable disease?  (a) cholera  (b) ricket  (c) Aids                      (d) Tuberculosis
  7. Body building foods refers to  (a) carbohydrates  (b) fats and oil  (c) protein  (d) mineral sults
  8. Which of these vitamins helps in blood clothing?  (a) Vit. A  (b) Vit K  (c) Vit. E  (d) Vit. B
  9. When the body lacks sufficient quantity of vitamin D.  it may lead to (a) scurvy  (b) ricket in children  (c) pellagra  (d) night blindness
  10. A patient suffering from small pox should be isolated because it is a __________disease   (a) parasitic  (b) contagious  (c) carrier  (d) serious
  11. ____________build up the cells, repair damaged tissues and contain Nitrogen                            (a) Roughages  (b) proteins  (c) mineral salts  (d) fats and oil
  12. One of these cannot affect sports performance  (a) physical disability  (b) disease  (c) lack of rest  (d) muscular endurance
  13. Safety precautions in water teach one to  (a) open one’s eyes when swimming  (b) wear google in water and everywhere  (c) swim in any water  (d) swim alone
  14. One of these is non-communicable disease  (a) cancer  (b) measles  (c) mumps  (d) typhoid
  15. All of these are skills in wrestling EXCEPT  (a) The grip  (b) the stance  (c) escape  (d) side stroke

SECTION B: FILL IN THE GAPS

  1. Disease causing organisms are called ____________________________
  2. The animals and insects that transmit harmful organisms are called ____________________
  3. The two types of disease are __________________ and _____________
  4. __________is the substance supplied by food that makes us live and grow
  5. The process by which living things receive the food necessary for them to grow and be healthy is called _____________________

SECTION C:  ANSWER 4 QUESTIONS FROM THIS SECTION

1a.         Mention 3 importance of food

b.           Give 2 reasons why athlete should take more carbohydrates during training.

c.           Explain athlete diet before competition

d.          Give 2 examples of micronutrients.

2a.         Mention 2 types of diseases

b.           State 3 main ways through pathogens can get into your body 

c.           Define the following terms

i.            Disease  (ii) vectors  (iii) pathogens

d.          List 2 examples of diseases that are caused by pathogens

3a.         State 3 safety precautions in swimming and 2 safety precaution in wrestling

b.           What is swimming?

c.           Mention 3 skills in swimming

4a.         State 3 benefits of contact sports and 2 benefits of non-contact sports

b.           Mention 3 macronutrients and their functions

5.           State the deficiency of the following vitamins

i.            Vitamins A 

(ii)         Vitamin D 

(iii)        Vitamin K 

(iv)        Vitamin E 

(v)         Vitamin B

 

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    P.H.E                                                                          CLASS:  J.S.S 2

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. Which of these is not a skill in table tennis?  (a) backhand stroke  (b) dribbling  (c) service  (d) smashing
  2. When two opponents in table tennis have 10 points each, the umpire calls for ____________  (a) advantage  (b) dead ball  (c) deuce  (d) let
  3. Which of these safety measures may not be applied during sporting activities?                             (a) beginning activities from simple to complex  (b) eating before a football match                      (c) engaging in adequate worm-up  (d) wearing the appropriate sports wears.
  4. The following skills are applicable to racket games except  (a) grip  (b) scoop  (c) strokes  (d) smash
  5. Which of the following is the first three scoring points in tennis?  (a) 15, 15, 20  (b) 15, 30, 40  (c) 15, 30, 45  (d) 15, 20, 30
  6. The following factors promote personal health except  (a) regular exercises  (b) adequate rest  (c) eating in between meal schedule  (d) eating balanced diet
  7. All of these are environmental pollution except  (a) radioactive pollution  (b) noise pollution  (c) visual pollution  (d) school pollution
  8. One of these is a cause of air pollution  (a) soot  (b) oil spillage  (c) fertilizer  (d) aeroplanes
  9. Different types of strokes in tennis are all of the following except  (a) passing  (b) spin                      (c) smash  (d) lobs
  10. The game of table tennis is started with  (a) serve  (b) smash  (c) chop  (d) grip
  11. All of these are officials in table tennis except  (a) time keeper  (b) the referee  (c) umpire  (d) the recorder
  12. All of these are striking games except  (a) hockey  (b) gulf  (c) soccer  (d) abula
  13. The temperature change in natural water bodies is known as (a) visual pollution  (b) noise pollution  (c) thermal pollution  (d) radioactive pollution
  14. FRESH was developed by the following bodies except (A) UNESCO  (B) WHO                           (C) NAFDAC  (D) WORLD BANK
  15. Air pollution can cause all of these except  (a) birth defect  (b) heart and lungs problems                  (c) eye irritation  (d) affects ability to think clearly and react quickly

SECTION B: FILL IN THE GAPS

  1. A state of well being of our actual body, mind and the way we feel about ourselves and others is ____________________________
  2. ____________________is the presence of unwanted substance that harms living things in our environment or surrounding
  3. Exposure to certain amount of radiation can cause _______________________________
  4. _________________________refers those intervention that take place in a hospital setting such as intravenous rehydration or surgery
  5. ______________________is designed to ensure that the school pupils are as healthy as possible.

SECTION C

ANSWER 4 QUESTIONS FROM THIS SECTION

1a.       Explain environmental pollution

b.         Mention 3 types of environmental pollution and state one of each of them

c.         Explain two types of environmental pollution

2a.       What is the meaning of acronym FRESH

b.         List 3 FRESH approach initiatives in school health programme

c.         Suggest 5 general measures for preventing environmental pollution

3a.       Define Health according to W.H.O

b.         State 3 components of school health programme

c.         Mention 2 effects of radiation

d.         State 3 symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning

4a.       Explain the 3 categories of community health

b.         State 2 rules of tennis

c.         Name the 3 types of grips in tennis

5a.       State 3 rules of table tennis

b.         Mention 2 skills in table tennis

c.         What is the duty of the referee in the game of tennis?

d.         Explain serve in the game of tennis

e.         Explain the first 3 points in the game of tennis

          

  EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    P.H.E                                                                          CLASS:  J.S.S 3

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. Which of the following body system brings about active body movement?  (a) digestive and skeletal  (b) nervous and digestive  (c) skeletal and muscular  (d) circulation and muscular
  2. Water in the body helps to (a) produce energy  (b) improve agility  (c) regulate temperature  (d) strengthen muscles
  3. Which of these is not a gymnastic equipment  (a) balancing beam  (b) vaulting box  (c) mat  (d) ring
  4. The following are functions of skeleton except that it  (a) makes body develop well                (b) helps manufacturing of red blood cells  (c) protects the organs of the body  (d) permits movement
  5. In man, the ball and socket joint is found at the _________(a) skull  (b) wrist  (c) shoulder  (d) knee
  6. Abula sport was invented by  (a) Dr. Peter Ayanu  (b) Mr. Yussuf Elias  (c) Dr. James Naismith  (d) Mr. Kanu Nwakwo
  7. Abula is a _______sport  (a) traditional  (b) local  (c) combined  (d) international
  8. The father of modern gymnastic was  (a) Guths-Muths  (b) Ado Spies  (c) Fredrick Ludwig Jahn  (d) John Kennedy
  9. These are damaging effects of hard drugs on human being except  (a) irresponsibility                     (b) productivity  (c) unemployment  (d) unproductivity
  10. Which of these is an example of long bone?  (a) humerus  (b) tarsal bone  (c) caranium bone  (d) shoulder bone
  11. Deficiency of vitamin D can lead to ________(a) deformation bones  (b) deformation of skin  (c) deformation of the nails  (d) deformation of the hall
  12. Nutrition deals with the study of _____________  (a) drinking and eating  (b) eating and defecation  (c) food and water  (d) food and nutrients
  13. Which of the following is not a cause of drug abuse?  (a) frustration  (b) anxiety  (c) drug education  (d) peer pressure
  14. Tackwando as a combative game was founded by _____(a) Japanese  (b) Korean                 (c) Germany  (d) Chinese
  15. One of the following is not an equipment of Taekwondo  (a) chin guard  (b) head gear              (c) trunk protector  (d) mouth piece

SECTION B:  FILL IN THE GAPS

  1. ____________ is responsible for law enforcement on narcotic drug usage in Nigeria
  2. In hurdle race an athlete is expected to run over _______hurdles
  3. Another name for gymnastics is called ________________________________
  4. ______________is an example of floor activity in gymnastics
  5. The bone that can be found at the knee is called ________________________

SECTION C:

ANSWER 4 QUESTIONS FROM THIS SECTION

1a.       Explain in details athlete nutrition before during and after competition (5mks)

b.         State the deficiency of the following

(i)         protein

(ii)        vitamin D

(iii)       Vitamin A

c.         Mention 2 functions of food

2a.       What is skeleton?

b.         What are the two types of skeleton?

c.         Mention 2 functions of skeleton

d.         Mention the names of the bones that can be found in the following parts of the body

(i)         upper arm

(ii)        thigh

(iii)       colar

(iv)       leg

2a.       Explain joints in details (7maks)

b.         What is the function of the ligament (1mk)

c.         State 2 functions of joint (2mks)

3.         Give the meaning of the following Korean words

(i)         Tae

(ii)        Kwon

(iii)       do

(iv)       Dojang

(v)        Dobok   (5mkrs)

4a.       Mention 5 tumbling activities in gymnastics (5msk)

b.         Mention 3 skills of Abula game (3mks)

c.         State 2 rules of Abula game (2mks)

5.         Mention 2 non-communicable diseases and their causes. (4mks)

b.         Explain nutrition and balanced diet (2mks)

c.         State 2 rules and 2 equipments of Ayo (4mks).

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