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PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
THEME – FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT AND RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES
PREVIOUS LESSON – Meaning of Locomotive Movements | Types of Locomotive Movement | Weekly Assessment Questions Primary 4 (Basic 4) – Physical and Health Education (PHE)
TOPIC: NON LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENTS
1. Introductory Activities
2. Meaning OF NON Locomotive Movement
3. Types of NON Locomotive Movement
4. NON Locomotive Activities
5. Lesson Evaluation and Weekly Assessment (Test)
By the end of the lesson, most the pupils should have attained the following objectives:
1. list any five non locomotor movement;
2. state how to perform each of the non locomotor activities;
3. perform non locomotor movements
The pupils can stretch, bend, push and pull, etc.
The teacher will teach the lesson with the aid of Mats, swings, rope.
Watch this video, it will help you to take the lead in performing non locomotive movement.
METHOD OF TEACHING
Choose a suitable and appropriate methods for the lessons.
Note – Irrespective of choosing methods of teaching, always introduce an activities that will arouse pupil’s interest or lead them to the lessons.
Scheme of Work
9 – Years Basic Education Curriculum
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CONTENT OF THE LESSON
LESSON 1 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES
Teacher’s Activities – Take the pupils to the field, under your supervision, ask the pupils to demonstrate different types of locomotive movement.
Pupil’s Activities – Demonstrate different types of locomotive movement.
Pupil’s Activities – Good job you. Movement means changing locations or positions. When you move from one place to another, it called locomotive movement. Today, we are going to perform the second type of locomotive movement.
Teacher’s Activities – Organize the pupils in an orderly formation that will enable them to perform non locomotive movement – stretching without disturbing one another. Ask the pupils to follow your lead as you demonstrate different forms of stretching.
Pupil’s Activities – Follow the teacher’s lead, demonstrate two or more stretching.
Teacher’s Activities – Thumb up for each and everyone of you for active participation. Stretching is one of the type of non locomotive movement.
Take the pupils back to the class, discuss and summary the meaning (types) of non locomotive movements on the board.
MEANING OF NON LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENTS
Non locomotive movements are also sometimes called axial movements.
Non locomotive Movements are movements of certain body parts or the whole body, without changing your position. For example, swinging your arms back and forth.
Notice that non locomotive movements are often combined with locomotor movements, such as walking and swinging your arms.
TYPES OF NON LOCOMOTIVE MOVEMENTS
There are many different non locomotive movements:
LESSON 2 – INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES
Teacher’s Activities – Review the meaning (types) of locomotive movement and the pupils to differentiate between locomotive and non locomotive movements.
Pupil’s Activities – Differentiate or demonstrate to show the different between locomotive and non locomotive movement.
Teacher’s remark – Locomotive movements are the movements from one place to another while non locomotive movements are the movements of some parts of the body without changing position.
Organize the pupils in an orderly formation that will enable them to perform non locomotive movement – stretching without disturbing one another. Ask the pupils to follow your lead as you demonstrate different forms of stretching.
Organize the pupils in an orderly formation that will enable them to perform non locomotive movement – stretching without disturbing one another. Ask the pupils to follow your lead as you demonstrate different forms of bending and twisting with energetic songs such as –
- what are you doing, I am bending.
- what you are doing, I am twisting.
Pupil’s Activities – Participate actively in outclass activities.
Teacher’s remark – Good job you. The activities we just performed are known as locomotive movements. Stretching, bending and twisting are good examples of non locomotive movements. Next week, we are going to learn and demonstrate swinging, pull and push.
One clap cheer for yourself.
Take the pupils back to the class in orderly manner.
To deliver the lesson, the teacher adopts the following steps:
1. To introduce the lesson, the teacher revises the previous lesson. Based on this, he/she asks the pupils some questions;
2. Explains the basic non locomotive movement skills;
Pupil’s Activities – Listen to the teacher.
3. Demonstrates the basic non locomotive movement skills;
Pupil’s Activities – Watch the teacher’s demonstration.
4. Observes and supervises the basic non locomotive movement skills;
Pupil’s Activities – Practice the activities..
5. Corrects the pupils practice errors.
Pupil’s Activities – Take correct and perform the activities correctly.
6. Summary the lesson on the board.
Pupil’s Activities – Copy as the teacher write.
To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises the entire lesson and links it to the following week’s lesson.
NEXT LESSON – Non Locomotive Movements (continuation)
Ask pupils to:
1. Explain the term, ‘non locomotive movements’.
2. List any 5 non locomotive activities.
3. Perform any 4 non locomotive activities mentioned above.