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   Page 1  of 123   Q1-W1, Title: Physical Fitness and Its Components SCHOOL GRADE Seven TEACHER LEARNING AREA P.E. 7 DATE AND TIME QUARTER Q 1, Week 1 I. OBJECTIVES A. Content Standards: The learner demonstrates understanding of guidelines and principles in exercise program design to achieve personal fitness. B. Performance Standards: The learner designs an individualized exercise program to achieve personal fitness. C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives: 1.  Identifies training guidelines and FITT principles. PE7PF-Ib25      Defining “Physical Fitness”;     Enumerate the three aspects an individual must possess to be physically fit;   Differentiate the two main components of physical fitness; and II. CONTENT Training Guidelines, FITT Principles   1. Understanding Physical Fitness 2. The Physical Fitness Components III. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References 1. Teacher’s Guide Pages Grade 7  –  Physical Education & Health, pages 10  –  17 2. Learner’s Materials Pages Grade 7  –  Physical Education & Health, pages 2 - 13  3. Textbook Pages None 4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal None B. Other Learning Resources PowerPoint presentation (laptop & projector), Module  –  OHSP-PE1-Q1  –  Fitness for Life, Physical Education Teacher’ Guide - Teaching Guide, pdf (TG_PE7), page 1; manila paper, pentel pen, masking tape, chalkboard, pictures of individuals engage in some activities IV. PROCEDURES: TEACHER’S ACTIVITY  1. PRE-ACTIVITY A . Do the usual classroom routine such as: 1. Opening prayer      Page 2  of 123   2. Obtain resting heart rate   3. Arranging the chairs in proper places   4. Picking up pieces of papers in the floor, etc.   5. Checking of attendance  2. ACTIVITY PROPER B. Review/Recall:   1.  This activity will check prior knowledge of the learners about physical fitness. It is advice that the teacher may use power point and/or write the activity on the manila paper.    Activity No. 1: FIT OR NOT? The following are statements related to Physical Fitness. Write FIT , if the statement relates to the characteristics and indications of a physically fit individual and NOT , if the statement is the opposite. Write the answers in your notebook. a. Can perform daily activities without undue fatigue. b. Is sickly and weak c. Has reserved energy for emergencies   d. Maximizes leisure for recreation   e. Is always stressed and has no leisure   f. Has awkward posture   g. Is overweight and can’t efficiently move   h. Has normal BMI (Body Mass Index)   i. Has pale skin complexion and can’t easily sleep at night    j. Is confident and cheerful in the performance of physical activities   2.  After 5 minutes, the teacher may ask the students to give their answer. The teacher facilitates the activity. If possible let the learner support his/her answer. C. Presentation of the Lesson:   1. The teacher will show pictures of individuals engage in some activities.     Page 3  of 123   2. The teacher will let the students analyze each situation.   3. Ask the learners what characteristics and indications are shown by the individuals in the pictures.   4. Facilitation of the students’ answers to arrive at the new lesson which is the “Physical Fitness”.  D. Development of the Lesson   1. The teacher will ask the students the following questions: a. How do you describe a physically fit person? b. When can you say that an individual is not physically fit? c. Based on your responses, how do you describe yourself? d. Are you a physically fit individual? Justify your answer. 2. Activity No. 2  –   “Read to Understand”  (References: P.E. & Health 7 - Learner’s Material, pages 10 -12) a. The class will be divided into four groups to read about the following: Group I  –  Physical Fitness and give examples Group II  –  The Two (2) Components of Physical Fitness Group III - Health Related Fitness Components Group IV  –  Skill Related Fitness Components b. After reading and discussion among its members, each group will give details about the topic assigned to them. Guide Questions:   What is physical fitness?   What are the three aspects an individual must possess to be physically fit?   Can you define health-related fitness?   What are the health-related fitness components?   Can you define skill-related fitness?   What are the skill-related fitness components? 3. POST-ACTIVITY E. Evaluation  Activity No. 3: CONCEPT MAP ANALYSIS Below is a concept map of physical fitness and its components. Each of the indicated components contributes to the development of physical fitness. Let the learners lift a term from the map and match it with the statement defining the term.   Page 4  of 123   Q1-W1, Title: Introduction - The Physical Fitness Tests   1.  Ability to do a wide range of movement. 2. The capacity to change position and direction quickly. 3. The ability of the muscle to exert maximal effort in a brief duration. 4. It refers to the ability of the muscle to exert sub-maximal effort for a prolonged period of time. 5.  Ability to stay in equilibrium. 6. To respond quickly to a given stimulus. 7. To move from one point to another in the shortest possible time. 8. The combination of speed and strength in one blow of movement. 9. The smooth and accurate execution of body movement as conceived in the mind and the senses. 10. The capacity to perform your daily tasks without undue fatigue and still has extra energy for recreation and emergency. 11. Refers to proportion of lean body mass to fat body mass. 12. The ability of the lungs, heart, and blood vessels to deliver adequate amounts of oxygen to the cells to meet the demands of prolonged physical activity. F.  Agreement/Assessment:   1. How are you going to measure the different components of physical fitness?   2. Did you administer the physical fitness tests during your elementary years? Are you willing to do same tests? Why? 3. List down the various physical fitness tests and write down in your notebook the procedures in conducting the tests. 4. Record also your height and weight. V. REMARKS PHYSICAL FITNESS Body Composition Speed Flexibility Muscular Endurance Power Muscular Strength Balance Cardiovascular Endurance Coordination Reaction Time Agility
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