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E 4 Teaching Guide
The learner demonstrates understanding of recreation in optimizing one’s health as a habit; as requisite for PA
CONTENT STANDARD: performance, and as a career opportunity

PERFORMANCE STANDARD: The learner should be able to lead recreational activity with proficiency and confidence resulting in independent pursuit and
in influencing others positively

CULMINATING PERFORMANCE The students will demonstrate the bandaging to head, arms, legs and palm.
LC 1 – Discusses the nature of different recreational activities.
LEARNING COMPETENCIES LC 11 – Identifies school and community resources in case of an injury or emergency
LC 12 – Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety in the use of facilities and equipment
LC 14 – Recognizes the value of optimizing one’s health through participation in physical activity assessments
LC 15 – Displays initiative, responsibility and leadership in recreational activities
1. Discuss what is first aid and bandaging.
2. Identify the general principles of bandaging.
SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOME: 3. Identify the different materials used in bandaging.
4. Demonstrate bandaging for injuries in arms and head

TIME ALLOTMENT: 3 meetings (1 hour)

Triangular bandage or cloth (1.5 meters)

PREFERENCES PE and Health Volume II – Aparato, C., et al.


The students must know how to administer first aid/bandaging to relieve pain and prevent the condition from worsening
INTRODUCTION while waiting for full medical attention.
(20 minutes)
Learning skills in first aid such as bandaging is important to respond to different emergency cases during an outdoor
recreational activity.
H.O.P.E 4 Teaching Guide

A video will be played showing the different consequences for not learning first aid as a response to emergency cases. The
following questions will be asked for processing.
1. What are the different situation you’ve seen in the video?
MOTIVATION 2. As you evaluate the seen, which part of it struck you the most and why?
3. Putting yourself in the situation, what are your realization in terms of acquiring essential knowledge and information
for you to be able to help other people?
4. How is it important to have an information/knowledge in giving first aid of these kind of mishaps?
Week 1:
INSTRUCTION The students will be given time to practice all the head, arm and palm bandaging. The students will be working with a pair. One will act
as a first aider and the other one will act as the patient. They are encouraged to exchange roles after performing all the 7 bandaging.
Week 2:
PRACTICE The teacher will create a situation which students can apply the different types of bandaging with a given time frame (20
seconds) for the students to practice promptness in responding to emergency cases.
Week 2:
ENRICHMENT The teacher will create a situation which students can apply the different types of bandaging with a given time frame (20 seconds) for
the students to practice promptness in responding to emergency cases.
Week 3:
Students will perform the different bandaging techniques for head. Arm and palm injuries guided by the principles of bandaging written
1. Bandage should never be applied directly over a wound; it should be used only to hold in place the dressing which
EVALUATION cover a wound.
2. Bandage should be applied firmly and fastened securely. It should not be applied so tightly that it stops circulation or
so loosely that it allows the dressing to slip.
The students are grades based from the criteria below:
Accuracy – 10 points
Promptness – 10 points
Neatness – 10 points

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ACCURACY The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates some good The learners lacks in technique in terms
excellence in proper application of techniques in applying the bandage. of applying the bandage.
PROMPTNESS The learner finished applying the The learner finished applying the The learner finish applying the bandage
bandage before the time. bandage on time. beyond the given time.
NEATNESS All unnecessary excess such as Only some of the tails are tucked. Tails are not tucked and bandage was
tails are tucked. not finished on time.
H.O.P.E 4 Teaching Guide

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