Grade 6 KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education - Grade 6 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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GRADE 6 KLB VISIONARY PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
SCHEMES OF WORK  TERM 1 2023

SCHOOL

GRADE

TERM

YEAR

 

6

1

2023

 

Week

Lesson 

Strand

Sub strand

Specific learning outcomes

Key inquiry questions 

Learning experiences

Learning resources

Assessment

Remarks

1

1

Athletics: Track Events

Bunch Start

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use digital device to watch a video clip and observe the bunch start
  • Demonstrate  bunch start by positioning the  body arms and legs
  • Have fun practicing how to bunch start

Where should you focus your eyes when performing athletics?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate  bunch start by positioning the  body arms and legs

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 1-6

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2

Athletics: Track Events

Bunch Start

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Warm up in getting ready to perform bunch start
  • Run on the spot, do rabbit hops and slow match to perform the bunch sprint
  • Appreciate the spirit of sports through dedication and commitment

Why should you adequately warm up before performing bunch start?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Run on the spot, do rabbit hops and slow match to perform the bunch sprint

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 1-6

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3

Athletics: Track Events

The drop finish technique

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip and observe the drop race finish technique
  • Demonstrate the drop finish technique by practicing with others
  • Appreciate feedback from the teacher and others

Which part of the body has been pushed forward?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the drop finish technique by practicing with others

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 6-9

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4

Athletics: Track Events

The drop finish technique

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Perform warm up activities such as plucking partner’s tail, squat jumps and lateral rabbit jumps
  • Cool down using curling and stretching and slow dance activities then practice the drop finish technique
  • Have fun performing  the drop finish technique

What are rules for performing the drop finish technique?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Perform warm up activities such as plucking partner’s tail, squat jumps and lateral rabbit jumps

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg.  6-9

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5

Athletics: Track Events

Shoulder shrug technique

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a race and observe the shoulder shrug technique
  • Demonstrate the  shoulder shrug technique
  • Display an attitude of receiving feedback positively from teachers and peers

Which parts of the body are used to perform the shoulder shrug technique?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the  shoulder shrug technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 10-13

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2

1

Athletics: Track Events

Shoulder shrug technique

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Perform the stationary bend, the right and left bends and shoulder shrug drill
  • Practice running and perform the  shoulder shrug technique
  • Desire to uphold integrity during sporting competitions

What should you do on your last stride to the finishing line?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice running and perform the  shoulder shrug technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 10-13

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2

Athletics: Track Events

Non-visual Baton Exchange down sweep method in relays

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use digital devices to watch a clip and observe the non-visual baton exchange method
  • Demonstrate the grip for non-visual baton exchange
  • Appreciate feedback from the teacher and others

What is the name to the item passed on when running relays?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the grip for non-visual baton exchange

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 14-18

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3

Athletics: Track Events

Non-visual Baton Exchange down sweep method in relays

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Perform the non-visual baton exchange following outgoing stance, baton run and baton exchange drill
  • Practice  the non-visual Baton Exchange down sweep method in relays
  • Display the character of a sport person
 

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice  the non-visual Baton Exchange down sweep method in relays

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 14-18

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4

Field Events

Facility and equipment in High Jump

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Using digital devices watch video clips and observe the facility and equipment in high jump
  • Perform warm up activities such as jumping jacks, skip and skip, press-ups and cool down activities
  • Enjoy demonstrating high jump

What is high jump?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Perform warm up activities such as jumping jacks, skip and skip, press-ups and cool down activities

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 19-22

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5

Field Events

Facility and equipment in High Jump

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Walk from a distance, mark a suitable point and take off
  • Practice high jumping in groups of three and receive feedback
  • Display an attitude to work in a team

What rules should you observe when performing high jump?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice high jumping in groups of three

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 19-22

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3

1

Field Events

Scissor Technique in High Jump

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip and observe the run, the takeoff, flight and landing
  • Follow the instructions given by the teacher to demonstrate the  scissor technique in high jump
  • Enjoy practicing the  scissor technique in high jump

Which foot clears the bar first during flight in scissor technique high jump?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip and observe the run, the takeoff, flight and landing

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 22-27

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2

Field Events

Scissor Technique in High Jump

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Perform warm up activities such as jumping jacks, side shuffles, lunges activities
  • Demonstrate the run, the takeoff, the flight and the landing using scissor technique
  • Appreciate positive ways of coping with stress in daily life

What are the ways of coping with stress during games and sports?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the run, the takeoff, the flight and the landing using scissor technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 22-27

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3

Field Events

Equipment and sector in Standing Javelin

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use digital devices to watch video clips and observe the parts of a the javelin sector
  • Identify the various parts of the javelin, the head, the shaft, cord grip and the tail
  • Enjoy observing the divisions and the measurement of a javelin throw sector

What is Javelin?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Identify the various parts of the javelin, the head, the shaft, cord grip and the tail

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 28-31

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4

Field Events

 

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Perform warm up activities such as walking jacks, ankle circles and activities
  • Practice throwing the javelin with a stabbing action at a good throwing angle
  • Enjoy throwing the javelin at different angles

What are the different parts of a javelin?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice throwing the javelin with a stabbing action at a good throwing angle

 

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 28-31

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5

Field Events

The throw in standing Javelin

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Warm up through body weight squats, arm swings, hip circles and heel & toe activities.
  • Perform the stance, grip and carriage in standing javelin
  • Have fun practicing the throw in standing javelin

What are the rules for handling a javelin?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Warm up through body weight squats, arm swings, hip circles and heel & toe activities.

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 31-38

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4

1

Field Events

The throw in standing Javelin

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Demonstrate the grip, stance and carriage in standing javelin and get feedback from the teacher
  • Practice the stance, grip, carriage, release and recovery with a javelin in pairs
  • Appreciate feedback from their partner

What is the stance in standing javelin?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the grip, stance and carriage in standing javelin and get feedback from the teacher

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 31-38

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2

Field Events

 

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Practice standing throw grip, carriage, release, walk and throw, then withdraw and release drill
  • Work in teams to perfect the throwing angle
  • Enjoy playing the game of hoop and throw

Using a javelin how to you hold the carriage?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice standing throw grip, carriage, release, walk and throw, then withdraw and release drill

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 31-38

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3

Field Events

Standing Shot PUT

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use digital devices to watch a video clip and observe the features of the shot put sector
  • Warm up activities such as mountain climbers, side reach, arms circles and cool down activities
  • Have fun discussing the shape and materials used to make the shot put

What is a shot put?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use digital devices to watch a video clip and observe the features of the shot put sector 

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 38-41

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4

Field Events

Standing Shot PUT

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Identify the putting action of throwing a shot put
  • Observe and familiarize with the shot-put sector
  • Have fun playing the game of circle bag tag

What is a shot-put sector?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Play the game of circle bag tag

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 38-41

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5

Field Events

Putting the shot

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on putting a shot while observing the stance, grip, release and recovery
  • Warm up with back pedaling, plank walk out, arm swings and cool down activities
  • Enjoy demonstrating the stance and grip

From the picture, which action is the girl about to undertake?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Warm up with back pedaling, plank walk out, arm swings and cool down activities

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 42-46

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5

1

Field Events

Putting the shot

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Demonstrate the stance, grip, release and recovery in putting the shot
  • Practice recovery after the shot put leaves the hand
  • Appreciate the teacher’s feedback

How do you recover safely after putting the shot?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the stance, grip, release and recovery in putting the shot

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 42-46

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2

Field Events

Putting the shot

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Practice the shot grip drill using a tennis ball
  • Practice stationery put and putting into a hoop drill in groups of five
  • Enjoy creatively designing drills to practice the stance, grip, release and recovery

What is stationery put?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice stationery put and putting into a hoop drill in groups of five

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 42-46

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3

Rope Work

Wounded duck

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on the wounded duck technique
  • Observe the positioning on the toes and knees
  • Have fun discussing the observations with their classmates

What is wounded duck technique?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on the wounded duck technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 49-54

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4

Rope Work

Wounded duck

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Perform warm up activities such as tagging a partner, leg swing, beckoning, light walking and arm swinging
  • Demonstrate the movement of the feet and the knees in the wounded duck technique
  • Appreciate the flexibility that comes with this technique

What are the different warm up activities?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the movement of the feet and the knees in the wounded duck technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 49-54

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5

Rope Work

Wounded duck

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Perform wounded duck without a rope
  • Perform wounded duck technique with a rope 
  • Display positivity in accepting feedback from the teacher

How do you perform the wounded duck without a rope?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Perform wounded duck technique with and without a rope

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 49-54

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6

1

Rope Work

Wounded duck

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Perform the wounded duck routine and in different directions in pairs
  • Practice skipping and counting, numbers and letters, skipping to rhythm and creating the wounded duck
  • Play the wounded duck circle for entertainment

How do the feet move in the wounded duck technique?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice skipping and counting, numbers and letters, skipping to rhythm and creating the wounded duck

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 49-54

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2

Rope Work

Swing Kick

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on the swing kick technique
  • Observe the movement of the legs and the feet during the performance
  • Display respect for others opinion when discussing the swing kick technique

What is a swing kick?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on the swing kick technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 54-58

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3

Rope Work

Swing kick

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Warm up through tagging a partner, leg swing, arm circle and cool down activities
  • Demonstrate the movement of the feet and the knees in the swing technique
  • Enjoy practicing swing kick rhythm, skipping a target and skipping round cones

What drills can you use to practice the swing kick technique?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the movement of the feet and the knees in the swing technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 54-58

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4

Rope Work

Partner work

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on partner work technique
  • Observe how partner are able to coordinate the skipping rope
  • Display respect for others opinion by discussing the skills the learners are performing

What directions are the boys facing during the activity?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on partner work technique

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 59-66

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5

Rope Work

Partner work

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Demonstrate the partner work such as the face -to -face , back -to -back and side -by -side techniques 
  • Warm up through partner tag, start jumps, back and side stretch activities
  • Perform light jogging and walking for energy

What are some of the warm up drills can you use in preparation for rope work?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Warm up through partner tag, start jumps, back and side stretch activities

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 59-66

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7

1

Rope Work

Partner work

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Demonstrate face-to-face, back-to-back and side-to-side techniques with a partner
  • Practice face-to-face, back-to-back and side-to-side techniques with a partner
  • Appreciate the teacher’s feedback

How do you perform side-to-side technique with a partner?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate face-to-face, back-to-back and side-to-side techniques with a partner

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 59-66

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2

Soccer

Trapping – using the thigh

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on trapping using the thigh
  • Observe the placement of the thigh when trapping
  • Appreciate others opinion when discussing the playing skills in the game

What is soccer?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Discuss the playing skills in the game

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 67-70

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3

Soccer

Trapping – using the thigh

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Perform warm up and cool down activities
  • Demonstrate by tossing the ball and attempt to trap it with the thigh before it touches the ground
  • Enjoy practicing throw and trap, kick and trap

What is trapping?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate tossing the ball and attempting to trap it with the thigh before it touches the ground

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 67-70

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4

soccer

Trapping – using the chest

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video clip on chest trap
  • Observe the positioning of the chest as the ball makes contact
  • Enjoy looking at magazines, journals and pictures on trapping using the chest

What materials is a soccer ball made of?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Look at magazines, journals and pictures on trapping using the chest

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 70-75

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5

Soccer

Trapping – using the chest

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Warm up through jog on the spot, rhythmical jumps, trunk rotation, half squats and cool down activities
  • Practice the flighted chest trap, and the bouncing ball drills
  • Have fun practicing trapping with the chest and observe safety

What does chest trap involve?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Warm up through jog on the spot, rhythmical jumps, trunk rotation, half squats and cool down activities

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 70-75

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8

1

Soccer

Trapping – using the sole

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Watch a video clip on trapping using the sole
  • Observe the placement of the foot as the ball makes contact with the ground
  • Appreciate the techniques by looking at magazines, journals and newspapers

What part of the foot is in contact with the ball?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Observe the placement of the foot as the ball makes contact with the ground

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 75-79

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2

Soccer

Trapping – using the sole

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Warm up through jumping jacks, walking knee hugs, leg swings and cool down activities
  • Demonstrate by placing the sole on a bouncing ball applying some light pressure on top of it
  • Appreciate feedback from the teacher and others

How do you perform jumping jacks when warming up?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice trapping using the sole using drills such as dead trap, roll and trap

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 75-79

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3

Soccer

Trapping – using the sole

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Practice trapping using the sole using drills such as dead trap, roll and trap
  • Perform in pairs and groups kick and trap, circle sole of the foot, rectangular formation and premier trapping
  • Enjoy playing trap the mouse game

What game is trapping the mouse?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Perform in pairs and groups kick and trap, circle sole of the foot, rectangular formation and premier trapping

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 75-79

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4

Volley Ball

Single hand dig pass

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Using a digital device watch a video clip on volley ball
  • Observe when and how  the players apply the single hand dig pass
  • Have fun looking at magazines, newspapers and journals on single hand dig

What game is volley ball?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Look at magazines, newspapers and journals on single hand dig

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 80-83

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5

Volley Ball

Single hand dig pass

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Warm up through high knee, knee raisers, half squats and cool down activities
  • Demonstrate with a partner who should receive it with a single handed dig pass
  • Appreciate feedback from the teacher

What is single hand dig pass?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate with a partner who should receive it with a single handed dig pass

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 80-83

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9

1

Volley Ball

Single hand dig pass

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Practice single hand return  with a partner using right hand dig, left hand dig and alternate hands dig
  • Receive feedback from each other
  • Play sack volleyball game for enjoyment

How many hands should a player use to perform the single hand dig?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice single hand return  with a partner using right hand dig, left hand dig and alternate hands dig

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 80-83

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2

Volley Ball

Over arm serve

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use a digital device to watch a video
  • Observe the stance and players movement towards the ball
  • Enjoy looking at magazines, journals and newspapers on over arm serve

What is over arm serve?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Use a digital device to watch a video

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 84- 86

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3

Volley Ball

Over arm serve

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Perform warm up and cool down activities
  • Demonstrate the steps to follow when performing an over arm serve
  • Appreciate feedback from the teacher

How many steps should you follow when performing an over arm serve?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Demonstrate the steps to follow when performing an over arm serve

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 84-86

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4

Volley Ball

Over arm serve

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to:

  • Practice the single hand dig pass using serving relay in teams
  • Recognize and appreciate the first team to finish
  • Play the rally serving challenge in two equal teams for enjoyment

What are the safety measures to apply when performing over arm serve?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Practice the single hand dig pass using serving relay in teams

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book 6 Pg. 84-86

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5

Volley Ball

Minor games and basic rules

By the end of the sub strands, the learner should be able to: 

  • Use digital devices to search for volley ball rules and watch volley ball games
  • Perform game warm up by passing the ball to each other
  • Enjoy playing different games involving volleyball

What are minor games?

The learner is guided individually or in groups to:

  • Play different games involving volleyball

KLB Visionary Physical and Health Education Learner’s Book Pg. 87-89

Observation Peer assessment and feedback Self - assessment and feedback

Practical’s  Written Tests Portfolio

 

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