Movement Schemes - Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

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Week 

Lesson

Strand

Sub Strand

Specific Learning Outcome

Key Inquiry Question

Learning Experiences

Learning Resources

Assessment

Remarks

1

1

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the strand the learner should be able to: name the parts of the body that are in use when Stopping for body awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

the parts of the body that are used for stopping

Learners to watch video clips of a ball being stopped

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

2

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the strand the learner should be able to: name the parts of the body that are in use when Stopping for body awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

the parts of the body that are used for stopping

Learners to watch video clips of a ball being stopped

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile Phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

3

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the strand the learner should be able to: name the parts of the body that are in use when Stopping for body awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

the parts of the body that are used for stopping

Learners to watch video clips of a ball being stopped

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

4

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

perform stopping from different directions for strength, coordination, endurance and space awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to practice stopping the ball from different directions such as stop from front, from the side stop from the left - stop from the right

Learners to pair up and practice stopping

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

5

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

perform stopping from different directions for strength, coordination, endurance and space awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to practice stopping the ball from different directions such as stop from front, from the side stop from the left stop from the right

Learners to pair up and practice stopping

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

2

1

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: perform stopping from different directions for strength, coordination, endurance and space awareness

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to practice stopping the ball from different directions such as stop from front, from the side stop from the left - stop from the right

Learners to pair up and practice stopping

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

2

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: establish relationships through stopping for self-esteem

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

learners in groups practice stopping

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

3

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate stopping for strength, endurance and creativity

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

learners in groups practice stopping

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

4

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate stopping for strength, endurance and creativity

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Learners observe safety when playing games

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

5

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: play games that involve stopping for enjoyment

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Learners observe safety when playing games

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

3

1

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: play games that involve stopping for enjoyment

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Learners observe safety when playing games

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

2

Manipulative Skills

Stopping

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: Observe rules when Stopping for own and others safety.

How can you stop a kicked ball?

which body parts are used in kicking the ball

Learners to play games using kicking skill

Learners observe safety when playing games

Field markers, field, bean bags, ropes, Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones Video clip of football players practicing to stop the ball

Signed questions and practical activities.

 

 

3

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: Name some items that sink and float in water for floating awareness

Name items that sink in water

Learners to answer questions on items that sink and float in water.

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: Name some items that sink and float in water for floating awareness

Name items that sink in water

Learners to answer questions on items that sink and float in water.

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: identify a drowning person for rescue;

Name items that sink in water

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play.

Learners to answer questions on why a person may get into trouble in water: a person may get into trouble in water because of.

 − not knowing how to swim

− becoming tired in the water

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

4

1

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: identify a drowning person for rescue;

Have you ever seen a person swimming in the river or swimming pool?

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play.

Learners to answer questions on why a person may get into trouble in water: a person may get into trouble in water because of. − not knowing how to swim − becoming tired in the water

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: role play a person drowning for rescue awareness

Have you ever seen a person swimming in the river or swimming pool?

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play.

Learners to answer questions on why a person may get into trouble in water: a person may get into trouble in water because of.

− not knowing how to swim

− becoming tired in the water

− becoming suddenly sick − getting a muscle cramp

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: role play a person drowning for rescue awareness

Have you ever seen a person swimming in the river or swimming pool?

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play.

Learners to answer questions on why a person may get into trouble in water: a person may get into trouble in water because of.

− not knowing how to swim

− becoming tired in the water

− becoming suddenly sick − getting a muscle cramp

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

Swimming

Water Safety: Signs of drowning

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: observe pool rules for own and others safety

Have you ever seen a person swimming in the river or swimming pool?

Learners to watch a clip of people drowning and role play.

Learners to answer questions on why a person may get into trouble in water: a person may get into trouble in water because of.

− not knowing how to swim

− becoming tired in the water

− becoming suddenly sick

− getting a muscle cramp

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

video clips of people drowning

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

Swimming

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should: name a floating technique for self -esteem;

What would you do if you saw a person drowning

Signs of a person in trouble in water:

May be holding onto a floating object without moving.

May be trying to swim to safety but does not seem to be moving forward.

The person is calling for help.

The person is struggling to remain afloat.

Learners to obey the swimming pool rules.

 

 

 

5

1

Swimming

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should: name a floating technique for self - esteem;

What would you do if you saw a person drowning

Signs of a person in trouble in water:

May be holding onto a floating object without moving.

May be trying to swim to safety but does not seem to be moving forward.

The person is calling for help.

The person is struggling to remain afloat.

Learners to obey the swimming pool rules.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle, 

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: name the items that may be used to rescue a drowning person for rescue awareness

What would you do if you saw a person drowning

Signs of a person in trouble in water:

May be holding onto a floating object without moving.

May be trying to swim to safety but does not seem to be moving forward.

The person is calling for help.

The person is struggling to remain afloat.

Learners to obey the swimming pool rules.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: name the items that may be used to rescue a drowning person for rescue awareness

What items are used to rescue drowning people from your local environment

Learners to draw and color pictures of the items that can be used to reach out to a person in trouble in water.

Learners to carry out a project of making homemade, devices that could be thrown to a drowning person such as a five liter Jerri-can attached to a short rope at the handle for use, a long rope attached to a one litter plastic bottle, use a small piece of timber and attach a rope to it pool rules.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: design homemade rescuing devices for use in rescuing a drowning person

What items are used to rescue drowning people from your local environment

Learners to name floating techniques that they know.

Learners to name some of the items that can be used to rescue a drowning person.

Learners to watch picture or clips of various rescue items that can be thrown to a person who is drowning.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: design homemade rescuing devices for use in rescuing a drowning person

What items are used to rescue drowning people from your local environment

Learners to name floating techniques that they know.

Learners to name some of the items that can be used to rescue a drowning person.

Learners to watch picture or clips of various rescue items that can be thrown to a person who is drowning.

The swimming pool rules.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

6

1

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: role play rescuing a person who is drowning for safety

What items are used to rescue drowning people from your local environment

Learners to name floating techniques that they know.

Learners to name some of the items that can be used to rescue a drowning person.

Learners to watch picture or clips of various rescue items that can be thrown to a person who is drowning.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerrican

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

 

 

 

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Water Safety: Rescuing a drowning person

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: observe caution while near water bodies for own and others safety

What items are used to rescue drowning people from your local environment

Learners to name floating techniques that they know.

Learners to name Some of the items that can be used to rescue a drowning person.

Learners to watch picture or clips of various rescue items that can be thrown to a person who is drowning. Remain afloat.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Five liter Jerri-can

A short rope

Long ropes

One liter plastic bottle,

A piece of timber

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clip of rescue items

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: identify ways in which to move in water for water confidence;

State some pool rules

 

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to: identify ways in which to move in water for water confidence;

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to answer question on ways of moving in water.

Learners to watch video clips of people treading water.

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

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

identify ways in which to move in water for water confidence;

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to answer question on ways of moving in water.

Learners to watch video clips of people treading water.

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

7

1

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: perform treading in water for endurance, buoyancy and for self-esteem

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: perform treading in water for endurance, buoyancy and for self-esteem

State some pool rules

Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to play water games while treading.

 Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: practice treading in

water for endurance, buoyancy and for creativity

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that

are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: practice treading in water for endurance, buoyancy and for creativity

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate treading water for endurance and buoyancy;

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

8

1

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate treading water for endurance and buoyancy;

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

play water games while treading water for enjoyment

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Basic Swimming skills: Treading water

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

play water games while treading water for enjoyment

State some pool rules Mention the parts of the body that are used for treading

Learners to practice treading water individually and in groups.

Learners to play water games while treading.

Observe pool rules for own and others safety

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: name some objects that can float in water

Name different positions for floating in water.

Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to name objects that can float in water;

Learners to watch video clips of the horizontal float;

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: name some objects that can float in water

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to name objects that can float in water;

Learners to watch video clips of the horizontal float;

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

9

1

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: use the Horizontal float to float in water in different directions for self-awareness

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to name objects that can float in water;

Learners to watch video clips of the horizontal float;

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: use the Horizontal float to float in water in different directions for self-awareness

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float;

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games;

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate floating on water in different directions using the Horizontal float for creativity

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float;

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games;

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: appreciate floating on water in different directions using the Horizontal float for creativity

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float;

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games;

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: play simple water games while floating using the Horizontal float for enjoyment

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners individually and in pairs to practice the horizontal float;

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games;

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

10

1

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: play simple water games while floating using the Horizontal float for enjoyment

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games

Learners to obey swimming pool rules.

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

2

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: play simple water games while floating using the Horizontal float for enjoyment

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games  Learners to obey swimming pool rules

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

3

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: obey swimming pool rules while floating on water for own and others safety

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games 

Learners to obey swimming pool rules

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

4

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: obey swimming pool rules while floating on water for own and others safety

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games

Learners to obey swimming pool rules

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

 

5

 

Basic swimming Skills: Horizontal float (Back float)

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to: obey swimming pool rules while floating on water for own and others safety

Name different positions for floating in water. Why is it important to float in water?

Learners to cooperate while playing simple water games

Learners to obey swimming pool rules

Swimming pool

Floatation devices

Digital devices such as computer and mobile phones

Video clips of the horizontal float

Pebbles

Signed questions and practical activities

 

11

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