This Scheme contains week, topics, units, instructional materials, as well as teacher/learners Activities.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION SS1 FIRST TERM
1. Foundation of Physical Education
Principles and philosophies of
Changes in concept of Physical
Activities: The teacher discusses the philosophies of the founding fathers
Explains the changes in the concept of physical Education
The students compare the philosophies of the founding fathers and mention some changes in the concept of physical Education
– Instructional Resources textbook, Audio visual aids and CD-ROMs
2. Concept Of The Whole Man
Over view concept of the whole man
Unitary nature of man
Education of the physical and education through the physical
the role of physical education in
developing the mind and body of
Activities: The teacher explains the disadvantages of over emphasizing one aspect of life at the expense of the others e.g. placing more emphasis on the physical at the expense of emotional or social
Describes the role of physical education in developing the mind and body.
The students state the relationship between the mind and body
List ways physical education develops the mind and body
Instructional Materials: textbooks, charts etc.
3 . Physical Education Ideologies
Nationalism and patriotism in
physical education and sport
Definition of Nationalism and
Patriotism using Greeks, Spartans and Athenians as example
Activities: The teacher defines nationalism and patriotism
Explains nationalism and patriotism giving examples. Relates ideologies in physical education to national ideologies.
The students give examples of patriots in sports, discuss national ideologies that can be developed through physical education
Instructional Materials: Textbook, posters, etc.
Definition and importance of
Characteristics of recreational
Differences among work, rest,
recreation, leisure and sports.
Activities: The teacher defines recreation, rest and leisure
Explains the objectives of recreation
List some recreational activities.
The students participate in class discussions by defining the key words
Mention the objectives of recreation, rest and leisure.
State some local recreational activities, facilities and equipment.
Instructional Materials: poster, pictures, open spaces, CD-ROMs, sports facilities and equipment.
5. Recreation Continues
Types of recreational activities
(indoor and outdoor)
Activities: The teacher classifies recreational activities into indoor and outdoor. Explains the various activities under indoor and outdoor
– Mentions the equipment and facilities in both indoor and outdoor activities
The students identify indoor and outdoor activities. Enumerates the equipment and facilities in both indoor and outdoor activities
6. Competitive Sports
Intramural and Extramural sports
Minor and major games and sports.
The teacher defines intramural and extra mural activities
Explains minor and major games
differentiate between minor and major games with examples
-the students discuss intra and extra mural activities
-gives examples of minor and major games.
Instructional Materials: playground, charts, textbooks, sporting equipment, etc.
7. Competitive Sports (Tournament)
Definition of tournament
Types of tournaments e.g. single, Double |Elimination and Round robins
Advantages and Disadvantages of each tournament
Activities: The teacher defines tournament
Lists the types of tournament
Explains the various types, it’s advantages and disadvantages
Mentions some advantages and
disadvantages of the various types of
Instructional Materials: charts for the various types of tournament Rules books of different sports etc.
8. Traditional Physical Education
And Sports In Nigeria
Origin of traditional sports in
Types of traditional sports
Values /Importance of traditional sports.
Activities: The teacher narrates the history of traditional sports in Nigeria. Mentions the types of traditional sports. States values (importance of traditional sports
The students identify some traditional sports and games. Mention some values of traditional sports and games. Practice some of the traditional sports and games.
Instruction Materials: textbooks, pictures, CD-ROMs, Local musical equipment.
9. Athletics And Sports
Class of athletics events
-a the start
-b the acceleration
Activities: The teacher defines athletics and sports.
Mentions the classes of athletics and sports races (Bunch, medium and Elongated)
The students practice the types of start in sprint and the stages in running
– Instructional Materials: starting block, whistle / starting gun, stop watch, Rules book and pillar.10. Athletics And Sports (Relay
Types of relay races
The baton exchange
Types of baton exchange (visual and non –visual)
-the exchange zone (20m zone)
Activities: The teacher defines relay race. Lists the types of relay race. Describes the method of baton exchange. Specifies the exchange zone
-students practice the baton exchange within the exchange zone and take note.
Instructional Materials: Relay baton, whistle/ starting gun, pillar, starting block, spike shoes, rules books etc,.
11-12. Revision and Examination
PHYSICAL EDUCATION SS1 SECOND TERM
1. Traditional Sports in West Africa
Origin of the sports.
The significance of the traditional sports in west Africa.
Activities: The teacher narrates the history of traditional sports in west Africa. Mentions the significance of traditional sports in west Africa.
The students participate in the classroom discussions. List some traditional sports in west Africa.
Instructional Materials: posters, CD-ROMs, Textbooks etc.
2 . Modern Physical Education
And Sports In West Africa
Modern physical Education in Nigeria
Contribution of the pioneer of physical Education in Nigeria and west Africa
Activities: The teacher explains modern physical Education in Nigeria. Mentions the contribution of the pioneers of physical education in Nigeria and other west Africa nations.
The students take note and mention some pioneers of Physical Education in west Africa.
Instructional Materials: posters, textbooks, CD-ROMs etc.
3. National Sports Championship
Organization and administration of national championships
Types of national championships e.g.
a. National Championships organized by different sports Associations (NSC) and its significance
b. Organized by corporate organizations
c. Organized by Nigerian school sports federation (NSSF)
The teacher defines national championship
Explains the organization and administration of national championships
Lists the types of national championships
The students listen, ask questions and take down notes
Instructional Materials : text books, charts illustrating the types of championships, CD-ROMs, etc
4. Institutional Sports
The Nigeria Universities Games Association (NUGA)
The Nigerians polytechnics Games Association (NIPOGA)
The Nigerian Advanced teachers colleges and colleges of Education Game Association (NATCEGA)
Their National development
Activities.: The teacher lists and explains the various institutional sports. Explains the importance of institutional sports to national development
The students participate in class discussions, ask questions and take notes.
Instructional Materials: pictures, charts, CD-ROMs etc.
5. International Sports ECOWAS Games
Importance of ECOWAS Games to the region, local Secretariat of ECOWAS
Activities: The teacher defines the term ECOWAS. Enumerates the ECOWAS nations
Mentions the functions of ECOWAS. Explains the importance of ECOWAs Games to the various regions and mentions the ECOWAs headquarter.
The students participate in the classroom discussion and take note
Instructional Materials: charts, CD-ROMs picture, Textbooks etc.
6. The Skeletal System
Types of bones
Kinds of joins
Activities: The teacher defines skeletal system and joint. Guides the student to identify and label the main parts of the skeletal system.
The students draw and label the parts of the skeleton.
Instructional Materials: picture, textbooks, CD-ROMs, projectors and diagrams
7. The Circulatory System
The heart muscle
Effects of training on the heart
The teacher guides the students to draw and label the different parts of the heart and explains the different between veins, and arteries.
Discusses the effects of training on the heart.
Students draw and label the different parts of the heart, participate on the heart –
Instructional Materials: Diagrams, textbooks CD-ROMs, projector and pictures.
8. Blood Circulatory System
The blood circulation
Functions of bold
Types of blood circulation
Activities: The teacher discusses the composition of blood. Explains the functions and differentiate between the two types of circulation (pulmonary and systemic circulation)
The students participate in class discussion listen and explain the function of blood, asks
question and copy notes.
Instructional Materials: Diagram, projectors, pictures CD-ROMs and textbooks.
9. The Respiratory System
The structure of the lungs
Types of respiration
Effects of exercise on respiration
The teacher draws and labels the respiratory system. Explains the structure and functions of the lungs.
Discusses types respiration and explains the effects of exercises during respiration.
Students draw and label the respiratory system.
Participate in class discussion and take notes.
Instructional Materials: CD-ROMs, projectors, pictures, textbooks and diagrams.
10-11 Revision and Examinations
PHYSICAL EDUCATION SS1 THIRD TERM
1. Ball Games (Soccer)
Skills in soccer
Safety in soccer
Skits, equipment and facilities
Rules and regulations in soccer
Officials in soccer and their duties.
The teacher explains and demonstrates the skills in soccer. Lists the protective kits in soccer.
Explains the basic rules and regulations enumerates the equipment and facilities in soccer.
Mentions the officials and their duties
The students practice the various skills.
Instructional Materials: Soccer pitch, ball, boots, shin, guards, CD-ROMs, whistle, corner flags, stop watch.
2 . The Hockey Games
Types of hockey
Dimensions of the hockey pitch
Equipment and facilities and their functions.
Officials and their duties in hockey
The teacher discusses the types of hockey.
Draw the hockey pitch,
Lists the equipment and their functions
Demonstrates some of the skills in hockey.
Supervises the students while they practice.
List the officials and their duties
Students demonstrate the skills and participate in class discussions
Instructional Materials: Hockey sticks and balls, head protector for goal keeper, shin guards, boot, the pitch, textbooks.
3. Racket Games (Table Tennis)
Brief history of table tennis and the nature of the game
Table tennis specification Equipment
Basic skills, rules and regulations of the game.
Activities: The teacher explains the history of table tennis and the nature of the game.
Drawn and explain the dimension of the table tennis. Lists the basic skills. Enumerates the rules and regulations.
The students listen and take notes. Draw the table tennis with specification. Practice the skills
Mention the rules in the game
Instruction Materials: the table, balls, net, bats etc.
Brief history and the nature of the game.
Types of count in tennis.
Equipment and facilities.
The skills in tennis.
Rules and regulations.
Activities: The teacher narrates the brief history of the game and it’s nature. Mention the types of court in tennis. Draws and explains the tennis court. Mention the equipment and lists the skills. Enumerates the rules and regulations.
The students practice the skills. Participate in class discussions . Draw the tennis court with specifications.
Instructional Materials: the tennis court, tennis racket\bat, tennis balls the net, CDROMs
5. Nigerian Traditional Dances
Different dances from the regions of the country e.g. Atilogwu in Igbo, Fulani, Hausa, Efik and Yoruba dances.
Activities: The teachers explains the various dances. Demonstrates the dance steps. Provides costumes for the various dances. Displays pictures of some costumes. The students listen and take down notes. Practice the dance and dance steps.
Instructional Materials – pictures, CD-ROMs, -Dance costumes, Radio cassette, local instruments – drums, samba, gong, earthen Rot etc.
6 . Nigerians Traditional Dances
Practical demonstration of traditional dances and dance step.
The teacher demonstrates the various dances and dance steps.
The students practice the dances and the dance steps.
Instructional Materials: pictures CD-ROMs, dance costumes, radio cassette, local instruments.
7. Physical Fitness
Components of physical fitness
Classification into health performance\ skills related components
Activities: The teacher defines physical fitness
Itemizes the components
Classifies the components under health and performance\skills related componentsThe students listen and take notes
Mention and classify the components of physical fitness
Instructional Materials:- textbooks, posters, charts, CD-ROMs.
8. Physical Fitness Test
Physical fitness texts activities
Administration of physical fitness tests.
Activities: The teacher explains the meaning of physical fitness tests. Demonstrates the selected fitness test.
The students demonstrate and practice selected physical fitness test. Discuss the impotence of physical fitness tests
Instructional Resources: charts, benchers mats, pictures, textbooks, stop watch, and jotters,
Definition of warm-up
Types of warm-up activities
Importance of warm-up activities
Activities: The teacher defines warm-up . Explains the types of warm-up activities.
The students listen and write the types of warm-up activities, participate in class discussions.
Instructional Resources: textbooks, pictures and CD-ROMs
10. Adapted Physical Education Programme
Definition of major concepts
Categories of people with special needs.
Activities: The teacher defines major concepts in adapted physical education programme. Explains the various categories of people with special needs. The students take notes of the definitions and describe the various special needs they know.
Instructional Materials: picture, posters CD-ROMs etc.
11. Adapted Physical Education Programme
Activities for the special needs
Activities: The teacher discusses and demonstrates corrective exercises
Explains activities suitable for different categories of special needs
The students participate in class discussions on activities suitable for different categories of special need conditions.
Practice the corrective exercises
Instructional Materials: -Special equipment, CD, ROMs
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