SUBJECT: PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION
TERM: 1ST TERM
CLASS: PRIMARY 1
TOPIC: Safety rules of simple jump
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to:
- State safety rules in running, jumping, throwing.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Picture, charts, field etc.
RESOURCES AND MATERIALS: PHE book 1, online materials.
BUILDING BACKGROUND/CONNECTION TO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:
Pupils are familiar with the topic in their previous topic
Safety rules in athletics
- To help avoid overuse injury, athletes should take breaks during practices and games.
- Encourage athletes to tell coaches, parents or another adult about any pain, injury, or illness they may have during or after any practices or games.
- Athletes should take at least one or two days off each week from any particular sport.
- Use appropriate and properly-fitted sports gear to prevent or reduce the severity of injuries.
- Make sure athletes use the correct equipment in order to participate in both practices and games. This may include helmets, shin guards, mouth guards, ankle braces, shoes with rubber cleats and sunscreen.
- Send athletes to practice and games with a water bottle and encourage them to stay well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water before, during and after play.
- Encourage athletes to drink fluids 30 minutes before activity begins and every 15-20 minutes during activity.
- If you’re a coach, establish mandatory water breaks throughout practice and games don’t wait for your athletes to tell you they’re thirsty.
Assessment and Evaluation:
1: State safety rules on simple jumps and short distance race.
1: Mention 3 safety rules in simple jumps