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Course Name Physical Education

Course Code PE 1
Course This course provides students of varying abilities with experiences that
Description facilitate physical, social, intellectual, cultural, spiritual and emotional
growth. Skills related to decision-making, problem solving and critical
thinking and the use of sport technology are acquired by students
undertaking a course of study in Physical Education and Sport.

Course Credit 2 Units


Contact Hours 54 Lecture Hours
Placement 1st Year, 1st Semester

Course At the end of the semester, the students shall have acquired:
Objectives Define the various health components of fitness.

Recognize the physical and mental benefits of increased activity.

Determine factors involved with development, fitness levels and


training strategies.

Examine the effect of nutrition, rest and other lifestyle factors


that contribute to better health.

Course Personal Fitness and Wellness


Outline History and Development of Physical Education and Sport
Fitness and Performance
Health and Nutrition
Trends and Social Issues
Course Name Physical Education
Course Code PE 3
Course This course designed to improve the student physically in the areas of
Description cardiovascular efficiency, muscular strength, body composition and
flexibility utilizing techniques including basic water safety, stroke
improvement and swimming technique.

Course Credit 2 Units


Contact Hours 54 Lecture Hours
Placement 2nd Year, 1st Semester

Course At the end of the semester, the students shall have acquired:
Objectives 1 Ability to perform/demonstrate a variety of basic swimming
strokes/skills.
2 Ability to demonstrate a variety of water safety skills.
3 Ability to perform all swimming exercises safely and correctly
based on their individual swim screening and fitness level.
4 Improvement in aerobic capacity, muscular strength, flexibility
and body composition as measured by active participation (daily
grade) and swimming skills evaluation.
5 Ability to work in groups with increased awareness and
appreciation of the others skills and aptitude.
6 Improvement in health and wellness to choose to make
swimming a lifetime activity.

Course I. Discussion about the guidelines, personal safety around


Outline the water and swimming skills needed for the class
II. Introduction
A. Floating
B. Kicking
C. Pulling
D. Breathing exercise

III. Different swimming strokes


A. Crawl stroke
B. Elementary back stroke
C. Breast Stroke
D. Breast stroke kick
E. Inverted breast stroke kick
F. Back crawl stroke
G. Inverted flutter kick
H. Side stroke
I. Side stroke kick and pull
J. Breast stroke flip turn

IV. Practical Exam (Perform all the strokes learned)

Course Name Physical Education


Course Code PE 4
Course Thiscourseprovidesthestudentwiththeopportunitytolearnanddevelopthebasicrules
Description andskillsofbasketballandvolleyball,offensiveanddefensiveskills.

Course Credit 2 Units


Contact Hours 54 Lecture Hours
Placement 2nd Year, 2nd Semester

Course At the end of the semester, the students shall have acquired:
Objectives A. Techniques necessary to perform a variety of physical activities.

B. Experience the enjoyment of participation in physical activity.

C. The values of the contribution that physical activity can make to


a healthy lifestyle and to positive social relationships.

Course
Outline I. Basketball
A. Dribbling including changing hands, speed and
direction
B. Passing and receiving: chest, javelin and bounce
pass
C. Defensive footwork: sliding.
D. Offensive footwork: shaking off defense on 'v cut',
pivoting, faking/feinting and driving to the basket,
jump stop
E. Shooting the lay up shot, the set shot and the
jump shot from different angles and positions
II. Volleyball
A. Volley: volley and set up
B. Dig: fore-arm pass
C. Serve: under-arm and over-arm.
D. Spike
E. Block
III. Performance
A. Match Play