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LINGAYEN TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

Lingayen, Pangasinan
First Semester, S.Y. 2014-2015

COURSE SYLLABUS

I. COURSE CODE: PE 101
TITLE: Physical Fitness

II. COURSE DESCRIPTION
This subject enables the student in acquiring knowledge on how to become physically fit and
to maintain their fitness. This subject also provides ways and means in promoting good health.
Towards the course, physical fitness tests are administered to the students that includes activities
which aims to ascertain personal status of the students, measure certain aspects on physical
conditions, and to measure the extent of instruction along with the acquisition of skills in physical
fitness and for character building. The activities include acquisition of skills of different sports.

III. COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. Define and understand the terms in physical fitness together with its objectives.
2. Know the effects of a healthy lifestyle.
3. Evaluate oneself as to a healthy fit individual.
4. Innovate new ideas on how to improve oneself.
5. Learn the actual value of learning sports.

IV. COURSE OUTLINE

*PRELIMS
A. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1. Definition/Meaning of Physical Education
2. History of Physical Education
3. Legal Basis of Physical Education
4. Objectives of Physical Education
5. Four Types of Development
B. PHYSICAL FITNESS
1. Definition/Meaning of Physical Fitness
2. Physical Fitness Components
3. Physical Fitness Tests
a. Sit and Reach
b. Curl-Ups/Sit-Ups
c. Push-Ups
d. Standing Long Jump
e. Running
4. Body Mass Index (BMI)
5. Monitoring Heart Rate



*MIDTERM
C. ACHIEVING TOTAL FITNESS
D. BODY MECHANICS and FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICAL SKILLS

*SEMI-FINALS
E. HEALTH and EXERCISE
1. Definition/Meaning of Exercise
2. Types of Exercise
3. Principles of Exercise
4. Phases of Exercise
F. SPORTS INJURIES, PREVENTION and FIRST AID

*FINALS
G. INDIVIDUAL or DUAL and TEAM SPORTS
1. Systems of Scheduling Championship
2. Team Sports
a. Basketball
b. Volleyball
3. Individual and Dual Sports
a. Badminton
b. Tennis

V. LEARNING ACTIVITIES
1. Discussion and Demonstration
2. Teamwork and Individual Work
3. Actual Performances and Exercises

VI. REFERENCES
1. Belmonte, Paz Cielo A. Physical Education Handbook. Philippines: Rex Book Store, Inc.
1970
2. Olidan R.P., et al. Individual and Dual Sports. 2007
3. Tulio, Doris D. Physical Education 1 for College. Philippines: National Book Store. 2008.
4. Microsoft Encarta 2009. 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation.


Prepared by:


SHERRY LYN F. LAMSEN-ORJALO
Instructor