Movement Schemes - Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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WEEK

LESSON

STRAND THEME

SUB-STRAND

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

LEARNING RESOURCES

ASSESSMENT METHODS

REFLECTION

2

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

Name the parts of the body and watch a video clop on walk race for digital literacy

Which body part do we use for walking?

The learner to answer questions on the parts of the body and watch a video clip on the body parts that is used when walking to create body awareness

  • Video clips
  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Learners to practice walking in different ways by: walking in different directions (forward and backwards)

How many different directions can you walk?

Learners to perform walking in different ways

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Learners to perform walking in different ways for strength, coordination, endurance and for excellence. (to the right)

How many different directions can you walk?

Learners to practice walking in different ways.

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Learners to perform in different ways for strength, coordination, endurance and for excellence (to the left)

How many different direction can you walk?

Learners to practice walking in different ways

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Learners to practice and perform walking in different ways. (circular letter O)

Which direction can you walk faster?

Learners to practice walking in different pathways. (Circular) letter O

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

3

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Perform and practice walking in different ways (straight-letter c Numbers 1,4,7)

How many different direction can you walk?

Learners to practice I different ways by walking in different pathways. (straight)

  • Field
  • Letter shapes
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Perform and practice walking in different ways (curved-letter c number 2, 3)

How many different directions can you walk?

Learners to practice walking in different ways by walking in different pathways. (curved)

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Perform and practice in different ways. (zigzag letters z, w, v)

How many different directions can you walk?

Learners to practice walking in different by walking in different pathways

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Perform and practice walking in different ways. (swivel –letter Q)

How many different directions can you walk faster?

Learners to practice walking in different ways by walking in different pathways

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

Perform and practice walking in different levels

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High

 

Learners to practice waling in different ways by walking in different levels

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

4

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Walking)

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

Play simple games for enjoyment, collaboration and peaceful coexistence

Which games do you like?

Learners to play games that involve walking.

Learners to observe rules as they walk for own and play games.

  • Field
  • Bean bags
  • Spoon
  • Potatoes
  • Eggs
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

Establish relationships through walking for critical thinking and problem solving

Which direction can you walk faster?

Learners walk in varying levels slow, medium and fast while making shapes

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

Name the parts of the body and watch a video clip on the run race for digital literacy

Which body parts do we use for running?

The learner to answer questions on the parts of the body and watch a video clip on the body parts that are used when running to create body awareness

  • Video clips
  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

Learners to perform walking in different ways by running in different directions. (forward and backward)

How many directions can you run?

Learners to perform running in different ways

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

Learners to perform running in different ways for strength, coordination, endurable and for excellence. (to the right)

How many different directions can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

5

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

Learners to perform running in different ways for strength, coordination, endurance and for excellence ( to the left)

How many different directions can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways

  • Field markers

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

Learners to practice and perform running in different ways. (circular, letter o)

Which direction can you run faster?

Learners to practice running in different pathways. (circular, letter o)

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (running)

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to perform and practice running in different ways.

(straight – letter A-Numbers 1, 4, 7)

How many different directions can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways by running in different pathways (straight)

  • Field
  • Letter shapes
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

 

Perform and practice running in different ways. (curved-letter C- Numbers 2,3)

How many different directions can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways of running in different pathways

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

 

Perform and practice running in different ways. (zigzag-letters z, w, v,

How many different direction can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways by running in different pathways.

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

6

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills

Perform and practice running in different ways (swivel-letter 2)

How many different directions can you run?

Learners to practice running in different ways by running in different pathways.

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Running)

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to perform and practice running in different ways.

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High

Which direction can you run fast?

Learners to practice running in different ways by running in different levels

  • Field
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Running)

The learner to make appropriate play items for creativity and imagination

Which play items do you like playing with?

Learners to make appropriate play items for creativity and imagination

  • Bean bags
  • Seeds
  • Spoon
  • Potatoes

 

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Running)

The learner to play games for enjoyment collaboration and peaceful coexistence

Which games do you like playing?

Learners to play games that involve running such as: run carrying bean bags, egg and run while in sacks with slow, moderate and fast speed.

  • Bean bags
  • Spoon
  • Potatoes
  • Field
  • Sacks
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Running)

Establish relationships through running for critical thinking and problem solving

Which direction can you run faster?

Learners to obey rules as they run and play games

  • Bean bags
  • Sacks
  • Spoon
  • Potatoes etc.
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

7

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

Watch a video clip for height for body awareness and digital literacy

Name the body parts in se when jumping for height

Learners to watch video clips and identify the parts of the body used when jumping for height

  • Ropes
  • Field
  • Video clips
  • Field makers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

Learners to practice jumping in different ways. (forward and backward)

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learners to practice jumping in different ways

  • Roped
  • field
  • field makers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

Learners to perform jumping in different ways for strength coordination, endurable and for excellence. (to the right)

Which direction is easier for you to jump to?

Learners to perform jumping in different ways for strength, coordination, endurable and for excellence

  • Ropes
  • Field makers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

 

 

Learners to perfume jumping in different ways (to the left)

 

Which direction is easier for you to jump to?

 

Learners to perform to jumping in different ways (to the left)

 

  • Ropes
  • Field markers

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to practice and perform jumping in different ways. (circulat)

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learner to practice and perform jumping in circular ways

  • Ropes
  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

8

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

The learner to perform and practice jumping in different ways.(straight)

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learner to practice and perform jumping in circular ways

  • Ropes
  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

Perform and practice jumping in different ways.(curved)

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learner to practice and perform jumping in curved ways

  • Ropes
  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

Perform and practice jumping in different ways.(zigzag)

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learner to practice and perform jumping in zigzag ways

  • Ropes
  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to run in varying levels- slow, medium and fast while making shapes

Which direction can you run fast

Learners to vary in levels slow, medium and fast while making shapes

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

5

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

Establish relationships through jumping for height for critical thinking and problem solving

Which direction you to jump easily?

Learner to relationships through jumping.

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

9

1

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills Jumping for height

The learner to make appropriate play items for creativity and imagination

Which direction is easier for you to jump?

Learner to make appropriate play items for creativity and imagination

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

Basic Motor Skill

Locomotion Skills (Jumping for height)

The learner to play games for enjoyment, collaboration and peaceful coexistence

Which games do you like playing?

Learner to play game that involve jumping for height such as in threes and with a rope

  • Field markers
  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

Basic Motor Skill

Non-Locomotion Skills (stretching )

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to:

Explore stretching in different directions for body awareness

Name the body parts that are in use when stretching

Learners to answer questions on parts of the body that are in use when stretching

  • Field
  • Field markers
  • Oral questions
  • Practical

 

 

4

Basic Motor Skill

Non-Locomotion Skills (stretching )

Learner to watch a video clip of a cheetah and a cat stretching

Which animals stretch themselves?

Learners to watch a video clip of a cheetah and a cat stretching

  • Video clips
  • Oral questions

 

10

1

Basic Motor Skill

Non-Locomotion Skills (stretching )

Perform stretching in different ways for flexibility, agility, coordination and space awareness

How many different directions can you stretch towards?

Learners to stretch towards different directions such as sideways

  • Field
  • Field markers
  • Oral questions
  • practical

 

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