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PHE (Primary Classes)

Gymnastic: Stunts

(I) Sit up (II). Crab walks (III).   Cart wheel (IV). Head stand

Stunts and tumbling activities Gymnastics comprises a series of motor skills. It includes activities performed on the floor and on apparatus. Floor activities could also be called stunts and tumbling. They are performed on the floor or ground without the use of apparatus.

Stunts Examples of stunts

1 Single stunts

Single stunts5

Single stunts4 Single stunts3
Single stunts2
Single stunts1 Single stunts

 

Tumbling activities

These include:

  1. Backward roll
  2. Cartwheel
  3. Handstand
  4. Headstand
  5. Forward roll

 

Strategies & Activities

Step 1: Teacher revises the previous topic

Step 2: Teacher introduces the new topic.

Step3: Teacher endeavors to explain all the points to the pupils thoroughly.

Step 4: Teacher welcomes pupils’ questions.

Step 5: Teacher evaluates the pupils.

 

Assessment & Evaluation

1 What is gymnastics?

2 List five examples of stunts.

3 List five examples of tumbling activities.

4 In twos, one partner in front for support, the other partner should pick up both feet of the other child in front and the latter should walk forward on his hands.  (This is a wheelbarrow activity).

 

See also

Physical Fitness

WAYS OF TAKING DRUGS

DRUG USE

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

MEANING OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF DISEASES

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