Lesson Plan for Physical Education

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Lesson Plan in Physical Education (P.E.) IV

I. Objectives
A. Describes the correct concept of good posture;
B. Exhibits the value of discipline; and
C. Demonstrates the correct sitting and standing postures.

II. Subject Matter
A. Topic
Correct Body Posture

B. References
Lesson Plans in Physical Education 4. (2008). Fundal, M. J. et. al. Malones Printing Press and Publishing House: Iloilo City, Philippines, pp. 1 – 6. Lesson Plans in Physical Education 5. (2008). Fundal, M. J. et. al. Malones Printing Press and Publishing House: Iloilo City, Philippines, pp. 1 – 6. Music, Arts, and Physical Education 4. (1995). Garcia, C. et. al. Rex Printing Company, Inc.: Quezon City, Philippines, pp. 273 – 275. Music, Arts, and Physical Education 5. (1995). Garcia, C. et. al. Rex Printing Company, Inc.: Quezon City, Philippines, pp. 279 – 287. Practical Strategies for Elementary Science Pedagogy, Volume 2. (2011). Gelvezon, R. et. al. West Visayas State University Publishing House: Iloilo City, Philippines. Sing, Sketch, Stretch Five. (2005). Gemperoso, M. et. al. Abiva Publishing House, Inc.: Quezon City, Philippines, pp. 176 – 178.

C. Learning Materials
Projector, Laptop, Chairs, Books, Pictures of Child with Correct Sitting and Standing Posture, Task Cards, Checklist of Correct Sitting and Standing Posture

D. Value Focus
Discipline

E. Skill
Correct Standing Posture
Correct Sitting Posture

F. Strategy
Demonstration Method

III. Procedure
A. Pre – Activity
1. Motivation
Who knows how to play the posture walk? I’ll teach you how to play and we’ll play such game now.

Formation
Players are in circle formation facing right or counter –clockwise. Each player has a book on his head.

How to Play the Game
1. At signal, all players walk forward in a circle, with hands on waist. 2. At another signal, everybody turns around to face the opposite direction. 3. Any player whose book drops to the floor must get out of the game. 4. The game continues turning to the opposite direction at every signal made by the leader. 5. The last five players left are declared the winners. 6. Repeat the game as many times as desired.

Did you enjoy what we’ve played? Is it difficult to win the game? What do you think made you win the game?

B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Class, I have here pictures posted on the board. What do you think the child is doing? How about on this picture? Do they show correct posture? What are the ways to have a good posture?

2. Demonstration
Please observe as I demonstrate to you the correct posture in sitting and in standing.

Correct Standing Posture
a. Stand straight, chest out, and abdomen in, head erect and shoulders in line with the ears. b. Arms and hands hung freely at the sides.
c. Distribute the weight of the body on both feet and feet near each other at a distance of 15 cm.

Correct Sitting Posture
a. Place the feet flat on floor.
b. Place the hands on your lap or on the arms of a chair. c. Straighten the chest and the back.
d. Place the feet beside each other, or one in front of the other.

3. Return Demonstration
Now, I’ll group you into four. Each group will be given a task card. Choose one of your members who will instruct as you demonstrate the correct sitting and standing posture.

C. Post Activity
1. Discussion
What is posture? How can we have a good posture? Describe the correct standing and sitting posture. Why should we always have a good posture? What is the importance of having a good posture?

2. Application
We will use the groupings that you have before for our Search for Super Posture. This will be done by groups....
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