Physical Health Education Lesson Note JSS 2 Second  Term

 PHE Scheme of Work for JSS2 Second Term

Week One: The Striking Games

Week Two: Table Tennis

Week Three: Basic Skills and Techniques of Tennis

Week Four: Equipment and Facilities of Table Tennis

Week Five: Personal School and Community Health

Week Six: Environmental Pollution

Week Seven and Eight: Effects of pollution on the environment and personal health

Week Nine: Preventative Measures against environmental pollution

Week Ten: Fresh approach to school health programme

Week Eleven: Revision

Week Twelve: Examination

 

 physical and health education Jss 2 Second term lesson notes

 

Below are the 2022 complete physical health education lesson notes for Jss 2-second term

Week One: The Striking Games

INTRODUCTION:

Requirements for table tennis player

  • Agility
  • Flexibility
  • Coordination
  • Concentration
  • Knowledge of the rules of the game
  • Dexterity
  • Alertness
  • Sportsmanship
  • Physical strength

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Week Two: Table Tennis

INTRODUCTION:

Equipment used in playing Table Tennis

The Table:  Matches are usually played on wooden plywood or aluminium table which will provide the correct bounce. The correct bounce is when the ball is dropped from 30.5cm above the table; it must bounce 22.0cm and 25.0cm. To learn more, click here

Week Three: Basic Skills and Techniques of Tennis

INTRODUCTION:

 The fundamental skills are

  • The grip
  • The serve
  • The court positioning and stance
  • The footwork

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Week Four: Equipment and Facilities of Table Tennis

INTRODUCTION:

Facilities and Equipment

They are

  • The playing court
  • The net
  • The balls
  • The white “T” shirts over white shorts

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Week Five: Personal, School and Community Health

INTRODUCTION:

School health is an integral part of community health, but it mainly refers to all the health activities and measures that are carried out within the community to promote and protect the health of children of school age and also the school personnel. These activities may take place both within and outside the school compound. To learn more, click here

Week Six: Environmental Pollution

INTRODUCTION:

Pollution is the introduction of a contaminant into a natural environment, usually by humans. In other words, Pollution is the addition to the ecosystem of something which has a detrimental effect on it. One of the most important causes of pollution is the high rate of energy usage by modern, growing populations.

When some physical, chemical or biological changes occur in our physical environment it is known as pollution and the substances which bring these changes are known as pollutants. The sources of the pollution can be natural or man-made. To learn more, click here

Week Seven and Eight: Effects of pollution on the environment and personal health

INTRODUCTION:

The effects of pollution are

  • Natural disaster
  • Respiratory disease
  • Oil refineries
  • Chest pain
  • Depletion of the ozone layer
  • The deadly effect on humans and the ecosystem

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Week Nine: Preventative Measures against environmental pollution

INTRODUCTION:

Preventive Measures

  • Incorporating pollution prevention into federal legislation
  • Develop innovative pollution prevention programmes
  • Educate the public about pollution prevention
  • Train relevant groups in the relevant aspects of pollution prevention
  • Integrate pollution prevention into departmental policy programmes.

When tap water tastes a bit acidic and the smog levels in your city create cause for concern, you are simply experiencing some of the many different kinds of pollution in the world responsible for the detrimental effects on our very basic necessities. In the long run, pollution has the command to seriously affect human health and is already causing worldwide destruction, including an attack on our precious resources. To learn more, click here

Week Ten: Fresh approach to school health programme

INTRODUCTION:

The school health programme is defined as the school procedures that contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of the pupil and school personnel including health services healthy living and health education.

In general school, health education should be integrated with all the activities in the curriculum. It should be part and parcel of the child’s daily life. It must include the whole life of the child taking into consideration his relationship with the school community as well as the community outside the school. To learn more, click here.

Week Eleven: Revision

This week, we would be doing a revision of all that we learned during the term.

Week Twelve: Examination

Afterwards, we would write an examination, which would test our knowledge of what has been taught so far.