SUBJECT: PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
TERM: 1ST TERM
CLASS: PRIMARY 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to:
- Perform simple athletic activities
- Perform simple jumps
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Role play, pictures, field etc.
RESOURCESAND MATERIALS: PHE book 1,
BUILDING BACKGROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:
Pupils have learnt safety measures.
Short distance race (Track event)
Track events are races we run on the field or track on our sports field. Examples of short distance races are the:
- 25-metre dash 2. 50-metre dash
- 75-metre dash
Important skills to know in the short distance race are the start, set, the race and the finish.
The start: ‘On your marks’
At the command of the starter:
- Crouch or bend behind the starting line.
- Place one foot behind the line.
- Place the two hands behind the line.
- Put one knee down.
- Look ahead of you.
‘Set’ (Command of the starter)
When the starter commands, ‘Set’, i.e. be ready:
- Raise up your hip and your knee.
- Look straight or ahead.
High jump (Field event)
The high jump is an event that involves jumping over a raised bar.
The skills involved in the high jump are:
- The run-up
- The take-off
- The flight – bar clearance
- The landing
Assessment and Evaluation:
1: Perform simple athletics such as running and jumping.
- We also run in the high jump. True/False
- High jump is jumping over a raised object. True/False The skills involved in the high jump are:
- The run-up is running towards the raised bar. True/False
- Take-off means jumping high. True/False
- We should look back when running towards the bar. True/ False.