HOME SCIENCE & PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION
END OF TERM 3
SECTION A: HOME SCIENCE
This section contains 11 questions. Answer as per the instructions provided.
- What is a permanent stitch?
- Match the picture with the type of nutrients
- Leonida was asked by her parents to make a menu for their dinner.
Which was the best menu?
- Ugali, fish and cabbage
- Meat, rice and potatoes
- Chapati, chips and chicken
- State three nutritional deficiency diseases.
- The picture below shows a child suffering from a certain nutritional deficiency disease. Which one is it?
- What is the cause of goitre?
- Name two pulses we get from plants
- Draw two tools found in the kitchen
- State two improvised cleaning materials
- Cleaning kitchen tools made of melamine
Materials needed: melamine plate or cup, warm water, soap, soft cloth or sponge. Follow the right steps to clean your tool of choice.
- Making a menu for dinner.
Make a balanced menu for dinner that can be used at home on a weekend. Use food that have a variety of nutients.
SECTION B: PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION ACTIVITIES( 20 MARKS)
Answer all the questions by writing the correct answer in the spaces provided
- Write the first two hurdling stages or steps ( 2 marks)
- What is the use of a measuring tape in a standing discus?( 1 mark)
- Name three items we can use for juggling( 3 marks)
- Write two duties or responsibilities of an infield players in the game of softball( 2 marks)
- Name two passes used in soccer.(2 marks)
TASK 2 AND 3 PRACTICALS
- TASK 2:Push pass in soccer ( 5 marks)
Instructions to the teacher
- Prepare the field well.
- The ground should be flat and free from dangerous objects
- Learners to wear sports kits
- Observe each learner and record his/her performance in the grid below
Steps Skill description Scores Leaner's scores Ball approach Approach the ball straight 1 Ready position Shoulders lean slightly back and hips or waist forward,
placing the non-kicking foot firmly on the ground about
15cm besides the ball. Toes pointing on the direction
you want the ball to go.
1 Kicking foot
Kicking foot be behind the ball pointing outwards at an angle
Swinging the leg behind to strike the ball with the middle part
of the inside foot. Making follow through by moving the
kicking foot straight all through the ball
- TASK 3: Outside of the foot pass in soccer( 5 marks)
Instructions to the teacher
- The field should be free from any dangerous objects
- Ensure learners perform warm activities
- Learners should have the correct sports attire
- Observe each learner and record his performance in the grid below.
Steps Skill description Scores Leaner's scores Ball approach Approach the ball with the upper body slightly bent 1 Non-kicking leg
Bringing the non-kicking leg to same level with the
ball but slightly away from the kicking foot.
1 Body shifting
Shifting the body weight to the supporting led and
slightly bending it. Turning the toes of the kicking
foot inwards facing the non-kicking leg
1 kicking leg
position, and ball
kicking on target
Swinging the kicking leg, striking the ball wiht the
middle of the outside foot, ensuring the pass is
directed at the intended target or teammates, or to
the receiving person
- are made to hold layers of fabric together permanently
- check the correct matching
- ugali, fish and vegetables
- goiter, marasmus, kwashiokor, rickets
- lack of iodine in the diet
- beans, cowpeas, groundnuts
- Accept any correct answer, tools found in the kitchen
- wood ash, charcoal paste, coarse leaves
PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION
- Approaching/approach , take off
- Measuring length of the throws made by players
- Marbles,, small stones, scarf. small balls, bottle tops, handkerchief, seeds of grains of cereals(Accept any correct answer)
- catching the ball/ collecting the ground balls,
catching high balls,
throwing caught balls to various bases,
covering the bases
assisting each other/ backing up
tagging the running batter
- Wall pass
outside of the foot pass
(and Accept any correct answer)