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PROJECTED LESSONS IN K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 9
FIRST QUARTER
JUNE 2016-MID AUGUST 2016

UNIT 1: SPORTS OFFICIATING


Duration:
Topic/s:

Physical Activity and Physical Fitness Assessment


Basic First Aid
Common Injury Encountered by Officiating Officials and Athletes
Nutrition and Weight
Determining Calorie Needs
Qualities of an Officiating Official
Referees Hand Signal
Ethics and Legal Standards of Officiating

Activity 1: Human Basketball


Objectives:

Play the human basketball game;


Implement the rules of the human basketball game through officiating;
Exhibit timely and precise judgment, command and fitness during the conduct

of the human basketball game; and


Relate the importance of the role of an officiating official to the success of a
game.

Materials/Equipment Needed:

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Activity notebook
Calculator
Playing area (probably a basketball court if theres any)
Basketball ball
Score board and chalk/marker
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Whistle
Manila paper
Marker or pentel pens
Coloring materials

UNIT II: SOCIAL DANCES AND DANCE MIXERS


Duration:
Topic/s:
Dance Etiquette
Nature and Background of Social Dances and Dance Mixers
The Fitness side of Social Dancing and dance Mixers

Topic/s:
Cha Cha
Salundiwa
Waltz

Activity 2: Assemble yourselves in a group of 2 pairs. Prepare you own cha-cha-cha


and waltz routines within 15 minutes. Your performance will be rated according to
the following assessment:
POINT

CRITERIA
Mastery and Creativity (50%)

Proficiency and Fitness (25%)

Displays high level of mastery

Shows impressive level of

Exhibits outstanding dance

and creativity as seen in

proficiency in the execution of

etiquette before, during and

routine construction, grooming

steps and dance combinations

after the performance of the

and looks independently.

displaying excellent health-

dance routines.

Displays mastery and creativity

related fitness level.


Shows high level of proficiency

Exhibits very satisfactory dance

Very Satisfactory

as seen in routine construction,

in the execution of steps and

etiquette before, during and

grooming and looks

dance combinations displaying

after the performance of the

independently.

excellent health-related fitness

dance routines.

as seen in routine construction,

level.
Shows medium level of

Exhibits satisfactory dance

grooming and looks but with a

proficiency in the execution of

etiquette before, during and

little intervention from teacher

steps and dance combinations

after the performance of the

and classmates.

displaying excellent health-

dance routines.

4
Outstanding

2
Satisafactory

related fitness level.

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Dance Etiquette (25%)

1
Needs Improvement

Displays low level of mastery

Shows low level of proficiency in

Exhibits improving dance

and creativity as seen in

the execution of steps and

etiquette before, during and

routine construction, grooming

dance combinations displaying

after the performance of the

and looks but with a great

excellent health-related fitness

dance routines.

intervention from teacher and

level.

classmates.

MATERIALS NEEDED
Appropriate dance shoes
Audio player
Speakers
Cha-cha-cha and waltz music
UNIT III: ACTIVE RECREATION
Duration:
Topic/s:

Having a Healthy Lifestyle


Benefits of Sports

Topic/s:

Zumba Fitness Dance


Indoor and Outdoor Games

UNIT IV: FESTIVAL DANCES IN THE PHILIPPINES


Duration:
Topic/s:

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Ati-Atihan Festival
Sinulog Festival
Pahiyas Festival
Moriones Festival
Panagbenga Festival
Kadayawan Festival
Peafrancia Festival
MassKara Festival
Lechon Festival
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Kaamulan Festival

REFERENCE
Our World of MAPEH, by Zenaida M. De Leon et. al
Physical Education Learners Material Grade 9

REQUIREMENT/ PROJECT- Festival Shout-Out!


1. Group yourselves according to your place of origin regardless of gender.
2. Identify with your group the leading industry in your own place.
3. Upon identification, make this a theme which can guide your creation
of movement patterns and combinations for your festival dance parade.
4. Integrate shouts that distinguish your festival from the other groups. This is
called your festival shout-out.
5. Make about 5 figures of 32 counts each.
6. Upon mastery, assemble yourselves in 4 columns with a distance of about
two meters from each other.
7. This time, perform your festival dance integrating your shouts in between
figures or in the end of the whole sequence in continuous progression. Do this
in an open space or in your gymnasium, if theres any.
8. Below is you assessment guide:

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You will need:

Festival music
Speakers
Costumes and props

Deadline:

Prepared By:

Noted and Approved by:

Ms. Michelle Anne V. Legaspi

Mrs. Mariechelle M. Batino

Mrs. Venus S. Batino


Principal

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