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

Lagos state Scheme of work

2nd Term physical and Health Education Scheme of work – Edudelight.com Curriculum

THEME: PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

SUB- THEME: BASIC MOVEMENT

WEEK 1

TOPIC: Non locomotor movement

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. demonstrates the non locomotor movements.

2. list examples of non locomotor.

3. demonstrates the skills

4. demonstrates the activities.                                                                                

CONTENT:

1. Meaning of non locomotor movement e.g.

i. Sitting

ii. Pulling

iii. Lifting.

iv. Standing

v. Bending etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the non locomotor movement.

2. Lists the non locomotor exercises.

3. Explains and demonstrates the correct way of sitting and pulling.

4. Explains and demonstrates the activities.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Practice the non locomotor exercises.

2. Listen and practice the exercise.

3. Listen and practice the activities.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Charts

2. Pictures

3. Field

4. Mat

5. Posters.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. list four locomotor movements.

2. demonstrates correct sitting position and pulling skills

3. give two differences between lifting and standing skills.

WEEK 2

TOPIC: Introduction to physical fitness

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains the meaning of physical fitness.

2. mention the components of physical fitness.

3. identify and explains other component of physical fitness.

                                                                                                                                  

CONTENT: 1. Meaning of physical fitness.

i. Endurance.

ii. Flexibility

iii. Speed.

iv. Agility

v. Coordination

vi. Cardiovascular endurance

vii. Muscular endurance

viii. Strength.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains to the pupils the meaning of physical fitness.

2. Explains some of the components of physical fitness like endurance, flexibility etc.

3. Summarizes important points on the chalkboard.

4. Discusses further other components of physical fitness.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen to the teacher’s explanation.

2. Copy the chalkboard summary.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Charts

2. Pictures

3. Textbooks

4. Chalkboard

5. Posters

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explains the meaning of physical fitness.

2. give four examples of physical fitness

3. explains three components of physical fitness.

4. explains cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance as components of

physical fitness.

WEEK 3

TOPIC: Mental health

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.explains the meaning of mental health and importance of rest.

2.describe a mentally sick person.

3.mentions ways of taking care of mentally sick person.                                    

CONTENT:

 1.Explains the meaning of mental health and importance of rest.

2.Signs and symptoms of mentally sick person.

3.Ways of taking care of mentally sick person.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Explains the meaning of rest.

2.Discusses the importance of rest for good mental health.

3.Explains a mentally sick person.

4.Lists signs and symptoms of mentally sick person.

5.Discusses ways of taking care of a mentally sick person.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.Listen to teacher’s explanation.

2.Ask and answer questions by the teacher.

3.Participates in the class discussion.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.Poster

2.Pictures.

3.Films show.

4.Chalkboard.

5.Charts.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.what is mental health?

2.list three importance of rest.

3.describe a mentally sick person.

4.list two signs and symptoms of a mentally sick person.

5.list three ways of taking care of mentally sick person.

WEEK 4

TOPIC: Track event (sprints)

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.identify what we mean by sprint race.

2.list the race under sprint races.

3.mention the skills involved in sprints races.

4.perform the skills

5.explains and demonstrate the different types of start in sprint race.            

CONTENT:

1.Sprints 100m, 200m and 400m.

2.Techniques in sprints races.

i.              Take off

ii.             Running

iii.            Arm action

iv.           Finish.

3. Types of start in sprint race e.g.

i.              The bunch start

ii.             The medium

iii.            The elongated start.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.            Explains what we mean by Sprint races.

2.            Lists examples. of sprints races

3.            Explains some of the techniques involved in sprint race.

4.            Demonstrates skills to the pupils.

5.            Observes pupils demonstration and make corrections.

6.            Explains the different types of start in sprints races.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

 1.Listen to the teacher’s explanation.

2.Listen and practice the skills as directed by the teacher.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.         Charts.

2.         Video clip

3.         Whistle

4.         Starting fun

5.         Stop watch.

6.         Flags (red and white)

7.         Field

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.            what is sprint race?

2.            list three examples of sprint races.

3.            explains two techniques involved in sprint races.

4.            explains the following:

i.              the bunch start.

ii.             the elongated start.

WEEK 5

TOPIC: Food group

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

 1. explains the meaning of Alamins

2. list the types of vitamins.

3. identify the sources of each of the vitamins listed.

4. list the functions of vitamins to the body.

5. identify the deficiency of each vitamin.                                                            

CONTENT:

  1. Meaning and classes of food.
  2. . Meaning of vitamins.
  3. . Types of vitamins A,B,C,D etc.
  4. . Sources of vitamins (a) Liver oil, red palm oil, carrot fruits, gree vegetables (b). unpolished rice, brown wheat, peas, beans etc.
  5. . Functions and deficiency of these vitamins.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

  1. Explains the classes of food. 2. Explains the
  2. meaning of vitamins and mention some types.
  3.  Explains the sources of vitamins.
  4.  Lists and explains the functions and deficiency of each vitamins.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

 1. Listen to the teacher’s explanation.

2. Participates in the discussion.

3. Listen and answer the question put before them.

 

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

 1.        Charts.

2.         Posters.

 3. Picture

4. Chalkboard.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. mention two classes of food.

2. what is vitamin?

3. give two examples of vitamins

4. explains three sources of vitamin

5. list two functions of vitamins to the body.

6. list two deficiency found among them.

WEEK 6

TOPIC: Food group

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. identify the sources of vitamins c and consequences of its deficiency.

2. identify the sources of vitamins D and consequences of its deficiency

3. mention the functions of the above mention vitamins.

4. identify their deficiencies.                                                                                  

CONTENT:

1. Sources of vitamin c and its deficiency.

a. Fresh citrus.

b. Fruits lime.

c. Oranges

d. Lemon etc.

2. Vitamin D and its deficiency.

3. Functions of vitamin A and B and their deficiencies.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the sources of vitamin c and its deficiency.

2. Explains the sources of vitamins D and its deficiency.

3. Explains vitamin A and B and give their function.

4. Mention their deficiencies.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

Listen to the teacher’s explanation and copy the chalkboard summary.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Charts.

2. Posters.

3. Pictures

4. Chalkboard

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. identify three sources of vitamin c and give two deficiencies

2. identify three sources of vitamin D and give two deficiencies.

3. lists two functions each of vitamin A and B.

4. give two deficiencies of each.

WEEK 7

TOPIC: Food group (protein)

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. say the meaning of protein and give some examples.

2. explains the types of protein and its sources.

3. explains the functions and the deficiencies  of protein.                                  

CONTENT:

 1. Meaning of protein and examples:

a. Meat

b. Fish

c. Egg.

d.Liver

e.Cowpeas.

f.Snails etc.

2.Sources of protein and types of protein.

3.Functions and deficiencies of protein.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

 1. Explains the meaning of protein and give examples.

2. Mention the types and sources of protein.

3.List and explains the functions of protein and its deficiencies.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

 1. Listen and ask questions.

2. Listen to the teacher’s explanation and participate in the discussion.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Charts.

2. Posters.

3. Pictures

4. Chalkboard

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explains the meaning of protein.

2. give the sources of protein and types of protein.

3. mention two functions of protein.

WEEK 8

TOPIC: Food preparation and preservation

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.distinguish between food preparation

2.identify ways of preserving food.

3.give reason why we preserve food.                                                                    

CONTENT:

1. Food preparation points:

a.         Age.

b.         Size.

c.         Climate.

d.         Time

2.         How to preserve food.

3.         Reason why we preserve food.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Explains to the pupils how to prepare food menu.

2.Mentions and discusses ways of preserving food.

3.Explains the reason why we preserve food.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.Listen and ask question.

2.Participates in the discussion.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.            Charts

2.            Chalkboard.

3.            Posters.

4.            Live food.

5.            Summary.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.list the steps taken when preparing rice.

2.mention two ways of preserving food.

3.list two reasons why we preserve food.

WEEK 9

TOPIC: Basketball

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1.tell history of basketball.

2.mention the number of players needed.

3.mention the basic skills of basketball.

4.perform the skill

5.perform other skills like:

a.individual defense fainting, dodging.

b.shooting.                                                                                                               

CONTENT:

1.Basic skills in basketball:

a.            Passing and catching

b.            Dribbling.

c.             Shooting.

d.            Footwork

e.            Individual defense fainting, dodging.

2. Brief history of basketball.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1.Explains and supervises the pupils as they perform the task.

2.Explains the history of basketball.

3.Demonstrates the skill

4.List the numbers of players.

5.Supervises the pupils and make correction where necessary.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1.         Listen and practice the skills

2.         Listen and watch the teacher’s demonstration.

3.         Practice the skills taught.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.            Basketball

2.            Whistle.

3.            Basketball court.

4.            Court (basketball)

5.            Ball.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.lists four skills used in the basket.

2.give a brief history of basketball.

3.list the players in basketball game.

4.draw the court.

5.explains the skill of shooting and individual denfence in basketball.

WEEK 10

TOPIC: Basketball

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. perform the skills of footwork, individual defence.

2.draw and label the basketball court.

3.mention the various officials in basketball game.

CONTENT:

1. Footwork individual defence fainting, dodging

2.Draw and label the court and the position of the player.

3.Officials in basketball.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Supervises the pupils, make correction where necessary.

2.Supervises the pupils drawing and makes corrections where necessary.

3.Lists and explains the officials in a basketball game.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

 1.Practice the skills taught.

2.Listen and practice.

3. Listen to the teacher’s explanations.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1.         Basketball

2.         Whistle.

3.         Basketball court

4.            Court (basketball)

5.            Ball.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1.      explains footwork as a skill in basketball.

  • draw a basketball court.
  • name two officials in a basketball game.

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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