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forming attitude to win attitude towards 4 Nutrition Weight Control Exercise. exercise attitude towards physical,i Nutrition Basics Dietary Goals and basics. fitness fair play obedience discipline,of a Nutritious Diet. Nutrition basics Dietary Goals for various,b Motivation. stages of growth childhood adolescence, Introduction meaning and definition of adulthood old age Meaning of Nutritious. Motivation Diet, Types of Motivation intrinsic and ii Balanced Diet and role of balanced diet in.
extrinsic performance, Methods of Motivation praise or blame Concept of a Balanced diet elements and. competition reward and punishment sources of a balanced diet factors affecting. setting clear goals success and failure balanced diet Importance of Balanced diet. record of progress scholarships social in sports performance. recognition honour and glory iii Obesity and weight control Life time. c Leadership concept of weight control, Meaning and definition of the word Meaning and definition of obesity causes. Leader of Obesity dangers of Obesity prevention, Desirable qualities of a Leader of Obesity through exercise and weight. 3 Effects of Physical Exercise on Human Body Life time concept of weight control an. understanding of how weight can be, Various systems and the effects of exercise and controlled through proper eating habits. training on the following skeletal system and exercise. muscular system respiratory system circulatory,5 Physical Fitness Wellness.
system and digestive systems,i Physique Physical Fitness and Wellness. i The skeletal and muscular system Types of, bones in the body various types of joints Understanding of the term Physique. and major movements structural A basic understanding of the three. classification of muscles structure and body types a Endomorph b Mesomorph. function of muscle c Ectomorph, ii Respiratory System Meaning and types of Meaning and importance of Physical Fitness. respiration organs of the respiratory and Wellness. system nose larynx trachea bronchi ii Components of physical fitness and wellness. diaphragm and their functions Components of physical fitness. iii Circulatory system Meaning Heart its Health related fitness such as Cardio. structure and functions control of the vascular endurance muscular endurance. heart rate function and composition of strength flexibility body composition. blood maintenance of blood supply,Skill related fitness such as Cardio vascular. iv Digestive System Meaning major organs endurance muscular endurance strength. mouth oesophagus stomach pancreas flexibility body composition balance. liver gallbladder small intestine large coordination agility power reaction time. intestine and functions of each and speed Candidates should be made to. v Effect of exercise and benefits of regular understand that skill related fitness includes. training on the above systems all health related fitness components. Components of Wellness social spiritual SECTION B,physical mental emotional and intellectual.
a basic understanding of each Any two of the following games are to studied. iii Factors affecting physical fitness and Cricket Football Hockey Basketball Volleyball. wellness Badminton Tennis Swimming Athletics, Factors affecting physical fitness and The following aspects should be studied for each of. wellness Heredity exercise physical the two games selected by the candidate. mental and social benefits illness physical Rules and regulations of the game Interpretation of. deformity age and gender diet stress living laws of the game Duties and responsibilities of the. style substance use smoking drugs officials and players Measurement and dimensions. alcohol and environment related to the game Terminologies related to the. iv Tests and Measurements in Sports game Fundamental skills of the game Strategies and. Basic understanding importance and formation of the game Names and abbreviations of. calculation of the following Kraus Weber the National and Major International Tournaments. Test Body Mass Index BMI Waist Hip linked with the game Diagrams and dimensions of. Ratio Measurement of Heart Rate Rockport play area Diagrams and dimensions of equipment. one mile test related to the game,The details for each game are given below. 6 Games and Sports a global perspective,i Olympics as a Social force CRICKET. An understanding of how the Olympic games Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. promote international understanding and and how to improve performance. appreciation of cultural diversity by, providing a platform for athletes from all Detailed understanding of the rules and. over the world to meet and compete regulations of the game Diagrams of the field. irrespective of their colour race creed and and pitch and various fielding positions. political beliefs Knowledge of the dimensions of the field. ii History of Modern Olympics thickness of the lines dimensions of pitch and. complete specifications and markings on it, Motto of the Olympic games Events held in Equipment of the game with their length width.
modern Olympics Where and when the first weight thickness and material Score board. modern Olympics took place and where and scorer sightscreen Flood light. when the upcoming Olympics will take place, significance of the colours used in the rings Duties of the officials before during and after. of the Olympic flag and what these rings the match Umpires and third umpire. signify The founder of modern Olympics requirements of the game equipment needed. numbers of players duty of coach captain etc,iii Asian Games. Laws governing the game Suspensions, Where and when the first Asian Games took penalisations draws match fixtures. place and where and when the upcoming arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. Asian Games will take place Events held in forfeitures follow on tie power play match. Asian Games Countries participating in fixing duck worth rule sledging ball tampering. Asian Games, Basic skills and techniques Batting different beating an opponent Heading the ball with. types of shots footwork body position and intention of attacking defending jumping to. actual bat movement Bowling run up delivery head down high pass score Shooting skills. stride follow through types of bowling with either foot inside or outside short and long. variations good line and length grip action range shots swerving shots volleys penalty. Fielding positions catching and throwing skills kicks power and accuracy Tackling skills. Wicket keeping techniques skills of getting the interception jockeying for the ball trapping by. batsmen out various body parts position tackle front side. Different types of signals extra runs extra slide recovery Goalkeeping skills stopping. players runner substitute provisions and watching guiding the team saving goal dealing. restrictions players equipment danger area catching heading kicking punching throwing. various terms of cricket diving anticipation speed and reflexes. Knowledge of associations and federations linked Principles of play attack depth defence. to the game Important tournaments penetration sweeper systems 4 4 2 4 3 3. Abbreviations of associations and federations 4 2 4 Kick off corner kick throw in goal kick. concerned with the game free kick penalty kick Importance of penalty. arc center circle and lines on the field,Knowledge of associations and federations linked.
Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics to the game Important tournaments. and how to improve performance Abbreviations of associations and federations. Detailed understanding of the rules and concerned with the game. regulations of the game Match time extra time HOCKEY. tie breaker sudden death ball in play and out of, play importance of lines on the field Various Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. methods of starting and restarting the game and how to improve performance. Substitution procedure penalty cards and their Detailed understanding of the rules and. importance regulations of the game Match time extra time. Knowledge of the dimensions of the field tie breaker sudden death ball in play and out of. thickness of the lines dimensions of center play penalty stroke short corner long corner. circle quarter circle goal and penalty area free hits hit or push back 16 yard hit. penalty arc and complete specifications and importance of lines on the field Start and restart. markings on it Equipment of the game with their of the match. length width weight thickness material and Knowledge of the dimensions and diagrams of. dimensions Diagram of goal post and field the field and goalpost thickness of the lines. Duties of the officials requirements of the game dimensions and complete specifications and. equipment needed numbers of players duty of markings on it Equipment of the game with their. coach captain assistant referees technical length width weight thickness material and. officials grounds men ball boys match dimensions Protective equipment of the. organizers technical area goalkeeper and players, Laws governing the game Suspensions Duties of the officials requirements of the game. penalisations draws match fixtures equipment needed numbers of players reserve. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments bench running substitution duty of coach. punishment on players coaches captain assistant referees ball boys doctor. grounds men,Basic skills and techniques Passing types of. pass ground lofted chip volley angle of pass Laws governing the game Suspensions. Control use of various surfaces head chest foot penalisations draws match fixtures. thigh Dribbling running with the ball rhythm arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. and pace feints body swerves screening punishment on players coaches. Basic skills and techniques Passing types of Knowledge of associations and federations linked. pass ground lofted chip volley angle of pass to the game Important tournaments. push scoop flick aerial ball Receiving the ball Abbreviations of associations and federations. control dribbling running with the ball concerned with the game. rhythm and pace feints body swerves screening,VOLLEYBALL. beating an opponent from the right to the left, right and behind Shooting skills with Stick Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics.
inside or outside short and long range shots and how to improve performance. swerving shots volleys penalty power and Detailed understanding of the rules and. accuracy Tackling skills interception regulations of the game. jockeying for position Goalkeeping skills Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the. stopping watching guiding the team saving court thickness of the lines dimensions within. goal kicking diving anticipation speed the court full specifications of the net pole and. reflexes other equipment required for the game, Principles of play attack depth defence Duties of the officials table officials referees. penetration team formations 1 2 3 5 1 1 3 4 requirements of the game equipment needed. 2 1 1 3 3 numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach. Knowledge of associations and federations linked captain etc. to the game Important tournaments Laws governing the game Suspensions. Abbreviations of associations and federations penalisations draws match fixtures. concerned with the game arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. BASKETBALL default by teams, Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics Basic skills and techniques tactics and team. and how to improve performance skills Knowledge of basic skills volley two. Detailed understanding of the rules and hand pass over the head forearm pass The serve. regulations of the game underarm over arm float over arm jump over. arm top spin round house jump The smash,Knowledge of the dimensions of the court. high set cross court down the line speed smash,thickness of the lines diagrams and dimensions. tip the ball over the block The block line of,of the court full specifications of the ring pole.
defence defence against smash attack at set ball,boards and ball. Teamwork importance in both defence and, Duties of the officials table officials referees attack Understanding rotation blocking and. scorers requirements of the game equipment screening. needed numbers of players reserve bench duty,Knowledge of associations and federations linked. of coach captain technical equipment team and,to the game Important tournaments. player foul markers,Abbreviations of associations and federations.
Laws governing the game Suspensions concerned with the game. penalisations draws match fixtures, arrangements needed to conduct tournaments BADMINTON. Basic skills and techniques tactics and team Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. skills Knowledge of basic skills free throws and how to improve performance. stance passing dribble shoot Shooting jump Detailed understanding of the rules and. shot layup hook shot passing pass signal regulations of the game Match time extra time. receive feint footwork chest pass bounce pass tie shuttle in play and out of play importance of. overhead pass javelin pass Footwork pivot 1 lines on the court singles and doubles. count and 2 count stop One to one defence fake, and drive pass and cut defence types of defence Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the. zone defence and fast break court thickness of the lines Equipment required. for the game with their length width weight forehand topspin backhand topspin chopping. thickness material and dimensions blocking lobbing follow through placement of. Duties of the officials requirements of the game ball for each service. equipment needed number of players duty of Knowledge of associations and federations linked. coach match organisers to the game Important tournaments. Laws governing the game Suspensions Abbreviations of associations and federations. penalisations draws match fixtures concerned with the game. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments SWIMMING. punishment on players coaches match points Knowledge of competitive swimming events. etc activities strategies and tactics and how to, Basic skills and techniques forehand or improve performance individual and team. backhand correct grip smash drop drive net Detailed understanding of the rules and. play return upshots and low high flick serves regulations of various swimming events. Basic positioning for men and women rallies strategies and tactics in chosen events Planning. Knowledge of associations and federations linked performing and evaluating particular event. to the game Important tournaments Knowledge of the dimension depth and distance. Abbreviations of associations and federations of the pool Importance of starters and judges for. concerned with the game start and finish of individual and medley races. TENNIS Various officials in charge of conducting the. events Types of races types of strokes diving,Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. competitions false start individual and medley,and how to improve performance.
events Stances for different strokes,Detailed understanding of the rules and. Duties of the officials table officials referees,regulations of the game Match time deuce. requirements of the game equipment needed,advantage tie foot fault Ball in play and out of. numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach,play Dimensions and importance of lines on the. physiotherapist wind gauge operator lifeguard,court singles and doubles.
photo finish,Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the. Laws governing the game Suspensions,court net racket thickness of the lines. penalisations draws fixtures arrangements,equipment required for the game with their. needed to conduct tournaments,length width weight thickness material and. dimensions Types of courts Basic skills and techniques requiring control. balance weight transfer flow and clear body,Duties and number of officials requirements of.
positions complex sequence of movements and,the game number of players duty of coach. ability to perform showing high standards of,match organisers. precision control power speed and stamina, Laws governing the game Suspensions fitness and tactics to outwit the opponents. penalisations draws match fixtures Warming up and cooling down safely safety. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments requirements for swimmers. punishment on players coaches match points,Knowledge of associations and federations linked. to the game Important tournaments, Basic skills and techniques forehand or Abbreviations of associations and federations.
backhand chopper grip correct grip smash concerned with the game. drop drive net play return upshots and, low high flick serves Basic positioning for men ATHLETICS. and women rallies The racket grip shake hand Knowledge of track and field events activities. Strokes backhand push forehand drive forward strategies and tactics and how to improve. push Service two bounce serve high toss performance individual and team. forehand spin backhand spin long serve Spin, Detailed understanding of the rules and Basic skills and techniques requiring control. regulation of various events strategies and tactics balance weight transfer flow and clear body. in chosen events Planning performing and positions complex sequence of movements and. evaluating particular event ability to perform showing high standards of. Knowledge of the dimension of the track Width precision control power speed and stamina. of the track Measurement of 400 and 200 meters fitness and tactics to outwit the opponents. relay and solo races Equipment of athletes in Warming up and cooling down exercises. various events dimensions and requirements Knowledge of associations and federations linked. Importance of starters and judges for start and to the game Important tournaments. finish Importance of staggers Abbreviations of associations and federations. Duties of the officials table officials referees concerned with the game. requirements of the game equipment needed,numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach. physiotherapist wind gauge operator photo,Note Details regarding assessment of Practical. Laws governing the game Suspensions Work are given at the end of Class XII. penalisations draws match fixtures Practical Assessment for Class XI is to be done by. arrangements needed to conduct meets Rules the Internal Examiner. and distances and requirements of various events, There will be two papers in the subject c Warming up conditioning and.
Paper I Theory 3 hours 100 marks cooling limbering exercises. Paper II Practical Work 100 marks Meaning of the terms warming up. conditioning and cooling limbering,PAPER I THEORY 100 Marks. Basic exercises related to warming up, The theory paper will be divided into two Sections A conditioning and cooling limbering. and B Candidates will be required to answer six, questions out of eight from Section A each carrying Advantages of warming up conditioning. and cooling limbering,10 marks Section B will be based on questions on. major games in the syllabus Candidates will be d Isometric and Isotonic exercises. required to answer two questions out of three on Meaning advantages and examples of each. each of the two selected games of their choice,e Circuit Training.
Each question shall carry 10 marks,Meaning and advantages of circuit training. SECTION A procedure of conducting circuit training. 1 Sociological Aspects of Physical Education f Weight Training. i Games and sports as man s cultural Meaning and advantages of weight training. heritage An understanding of how the above training. An understanding that sports have been a methods help an individual in different sports and. part of our culture and tradition since time help develop strength speed stamina skill. immemorial endurance, ii Development of the individual through 3 Career Aspects in Physical Education. games and sports i Career options in Physical Education. Understanding how games and sports Professional sportsmen sports manager. contribute in various ways towards the teacher lecturer sports coach gym. development of an individual instructor sports officials sports events. iii Role of Physical Education in promoting coordinators sports journalist and. national integration commentator sports software engineer. How Physical Education helps in marketing and manufacturing of sports. promoting National Integration equipment, iv Physical Education and personality ii Important institutions of Physical Education. development in India, The role of Physical education in Functions and objectives of Netaji Subhash. development of personal qualities like an National Institute of Sports N S N I S. individual attitude discipline helpfulness Sports Authority of India S A I. team spirit patience unity friendship etc International Olympic Committee I O C. Indian Olympic Association IOA YMCA, 2 Training Methods College of Physical Education Chennai.
a Meaning and importance of Sports Training Lucknow Christian College of Physical. Education LCCPE Luxmibai National, Definition of Sports Training and its University of Physical Education LNUPE. importance,Development of training facilities coaching. b Methods of training systems influence of media and sponsors. Methods of Training Repetition continuous campaigns like Health runs in creating. fartlek and interval Definition purpose awareness towards social evil causes and. advantages and procedure of each promoting physical fitness. 4 Competitions and Tournaments Meaning and scope of Rehabilitation. i Tournaments and types of tournaments services available for rehabilitation role of. the community and government, Candidates should be fully aware of organizations in rehabilitation programmes. the definition of tournament d Posture, the types of tournaments Fixtures Meaning of posture. Knock out league matches seeding and Correct posture meaning importance of. byes correct posture standing sitting walking, merits and demerits of tournaments Common postural deformities kyphosis.
objectives and importance of intramural scoliosis lordosis flat foot knock knees. and extramural competitions bowlegged hunch back round shoulders. meaning causes and corrective measures for,Names of the National and International each. Federations Bodies controlling the, various tournaments competitions e Personal hygiene and sleep requirements. iii Difference between Professional and Personal hygiene Meaning of personal. Amateur Players hygiene importance of personal hygiene for. a healthy life style Care of eyes ears feet, Self explanatory hair skin oral hygiene nose and clothing. Note Candidates should be aware of the Foot care causes of corns broken nails due. above for the past five years with respect to to tight footwear Causes of diseases like. the games included in the syllabus ring worm athletes foot due to walking in. 5 Health Education Health Problems wet areas proper care of feet. a Meaning and definition of Health and Sleep requirements Sleep requirements for. Health Education different age groups Effects of insufficient. Meaning and definition of Health mental sleep on human body. health and physical health and Health f Substance Abuse. Education Effects of use of alcohol and smoking on the. b Principles and importance of Health individual and society. Education Health problems and role of Drugs Meaning of drugs and drug. Health Education in solving them abuse Stimulants and Narcotics. Principles and objectives of Health Analgesics, Education Importance of Health Education Awareness of the fact that use of certain. for adults and the younger generation drugs has been banned by World. through formal and non formal channels of Anti Doping Agency WADA and National. education Various prevalent Health Anti Doping Agency NADA and reasons for. Problems Communicable diseases the same,meaning examples and common mode of.
spread Epidemics meaning and examples 6 Sports Injuries and First Aid. Water noise and air pollution causes and i Sports related injuries. prevention Occupational Health Hazards Types of sports related injuries soft tissue. meaning and examples injuries contusion abrasion strain and. Note Details of specific diseases not sprain bone injuries fracture and joint. required injuries dislocation causes and prevention. c Disability and Rehabilitation of each, Causes of disability General principles for ii Role of individual in prevention of sports. prevention of disability related accidents, Types of injuries due to sudden movement Duties of the officials before during and after. environment hot cold wet and dry lack of the match Umpires and third umpire. preparation warm up cool down requirements of the game equipment needed. inadequate clothing body protection not numbers of players duty of coach captain etc. following instructions surface and facilities Laws governing the game Suspensions. equipment being unsafe Role of individual in penalisations draws match fixtures. prevention of sports related accidents arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. iii First Aid forfeitures follow on tie power play match. Meaning and importance of First Aid fixing duck worth rule sledging ball tampering. First Aid for various sports related injuries Basic skills and techniques Batting different. First Aid for cuts grazes strains sprains types of shots footwork body position and. cramps blisters bruises injuries of bone actual bat movement Bowling run up delivery. fracture and dislocation application of stride follow through types of bowling. splints and Thomas splint First Aid in variations good line and length grip action. drowning Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Fielding positions catching and throwing skills. CPR and Rest Ice Compression and Wicket keeping techniques skills of getting the. Elevation RICE batsmen out,Different types of signals extra runs extra. SECTION B players runner substitute provisions and. Any two of the following games are to studied restrictions players equipment danger area. various terms of cricket,Cricket Football Hockey Basketball Volleyball. Badminton Tennis Swimming Athletics Knowledge of associations and federations linked. to the game Important tournaments, The following aspects should be studied for each of Abbreviations of associations and federations.
the two games selected by the candidate concerned with the game. Rules and regulations of the game Interpretation of FOOTBALL. laws of the game Duties and responsibilities of the. officials and players Measurement and dimensions Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. related to the game Terminologies related to the and how to improve performance. game Fundamental skills of the game Strategies and Detailed understanding of the rules and. formation of the game Names and abbreviations of regulations of the game Match time extra time. the National and Major International Tournaments tie breaker sudden death ball in play and out of. linked with the game Diagrams and dimensions of play importance of lines on the field Various. play area Diagrams and dimensions of equipment methods of starting and restarting the game. related to the game Substitution procedure penalty cards and their. The details for each game are given below importance. CRICKET Knowledge of the dimensions of the field,thickness of the lines dimensions of center. Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics circle quarter circle goal and penalty area. and how to improve performance penalty arc and complete specifications and. Detailed understanding of the rules and markings on it Equipment of the game with their. regulations of the game Diagrams of the field length width weight thickness material and. and pitch and various fielding positions dimensions Diagram of goal post and field. Knowledge of the dimensions of the field Duties of the officials requirements of the game. thickness of the lines dimensions of pitch and equipment needed numbers of players duty of. complete specifications and markings on it coach captain assistant referees technical. Equipment of the game with their length width officials grounds men ball boys match. weight thickness and material Score board organizers technical area. scorer sightscreen Flood light, Laws governing the game Suspensions Duties of the officials requirements of the game. penalisations draws match fixtures equipment needed numbers of players reserve. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments bench running substitution duty of coach. punishment on players coaches captain assistant referees ball boys doctor. Basic skills and techniques Passing types of grounds men. pass ground lofted chip volley angle of pass Laws governing the game Suspensions. Control use of various surfaces head chest foot penalisations draws match fixtures. thigh Dribbling running with the ball rhythm arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. and pace feints body swerves screening punishment on players coaches. beating an opponent Heading the ball with Basic skills and techniques Passing types of. intention of attacking defending jumping to pass ground lofted chip volley angle of pass. head down high pass score Shooting skills push scoop flick aerial ball Receiving the ball. with either foot inside or outside short and long control dribbling running with the ball. range shots swerving shots volleys penalty rhythm and pace feints body swerves screening. kicks power and accuracy Tackling skills beating an opponent from the right to the left. interception jockeying for the ball trapping by right and behind Shooting skills with Stick. various body parts position tackle front side inside or outside short and long range shots. slide recovery Goalkeeping skills stopping swerving shots volleys penalty power and. watching guiding the team saving goal dealing accuracy Tackling skills interception. catching heading kicking punching throwing jockeying for position Goalkeeping skills. diving anticipation speed and reflexes stopping watching guiding the team saving. Principles of play attack depth defence goal kicking diving anticipation speed. penetration sweeper systems 4 4 2 4 3 3 reflexes, 4 2 4 Kick off corner kick throw in goal kick Principles of play attack depth defence. free kick penalty kick Importance of penalty penetration team formations 1 2 3 5 1 1 3 4. arc center circle and lines on the field 2 1 1 3 3. Knowledge of associations and federations linked Knowledge of associations and federations linked. to the game Important tournaments to the game Important tournaments. Abbreviations of associations and federations Abbreviations of associations and federations. concerned with the game concerned with the game,HOCKEY BASKETBALL. Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. and how to improve performance and how to improve performance. Detailed understanding of the rules and Detailed understanding of the rules and. regulations of the game Match time extra time regulations of the game. tie breaker sudden death ball in play and out of, play penalty stroke short corner long corner Knowledge of the dimensions of the court.
free hits hit or push back 16 yard hit thickness of the lines diagrams and dimensions. importance of lines on the field Start and restart of the court full specifications of the ring pole. of the match boards and ball, Knowledge of the dimensions and diagrams of Duties of the officials table officials referees. the field and goalpost thickness of the lines scorers requirements of the game equipment. dimensions and complete specifications and needed numbers of players reserve bench duty. markings on it Equipment of the game with their of coach captain technical equipment team and. length width weight thickness material and player foul markers. dimensions Protective equipment of the Laws governing the game Suspensions. goalkeeper and players penalisations draws match fixtures. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments, Basic skills and techniques tactics and team BADMINTON. skills Knowledge of basic skills free throws Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. stance passing dribble shoot Shooting jump and how to improve performance. shot layup hook shot passing pass signal, receive feint footwork chest pass bounce pass Detailed understanding of the rules and. overhead pass javelin pass Footwork pivot 1 regulations of the game Match time extra time. count and 2 count stop One to one defence fake tie shuttle in play and out of play importance of. and drive pass and cut Defence types of lines on the court singles and doubles. defence zone defence and fast break Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the. Knowledge of associations and federations linked court thickness of the lines Equipment required. to the game Important tournaments for the game with their length width weight. Abbreviations of associations and federations thickness material and dimensions. concerned with the game Duties of the officials requirements of the game. VOLLEYBALL equipment needed number of players duty of. coach match organisers,Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. and how to improve performance Laws governing the game Suspensions. penalisations draws match fixtures, Detailed understanding of the rules and arrangements needed to conduct tournaments.
regulations of the game punishment on players coaches match points. Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the etc. court thickness of the lines dimensions within Basic skills and techniques forehand or. the court full specifications of the net pole and backhand correct grip smash drop drive net. other equipment required for the game play return upshots and low high flick serves. Duties of the officials table officials referees Basic positioning for men and women rallies. requirements of the game equipment needed Knowledge of associations and federations linked. numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach to the game Important tournaments. captain etc Abbreviations of associations and federations. Laws governing the game Suspensions concerned with the game. penalisations draws match fixtures TENNIS,arrangements needed to conduct tournaments. default by teams Knowledge of the game strategies and tactics. and how to improve performance,Basic skills and techniques tactics and team. skills Knowledge of basic skills volley two hand Detailed understanding of the rules and. pass over the head forearm pass The serve regulations of the game Match time deuce. underarm over arm float over arm jump over advantage tie foot fault Ball in play and out of. arm top spin round house jump The smash play Dimensions and importance of lines on the. high set cross court down the line speed smash court singles and doubles. tip the ball over the block The block line of Knowledge of the dimensions and diagram of the. defence defence against smash attack at set ball court net racket thickness of the lines. Teamwork importance in both defence and Equipment required for the game with their. attack Understanding rotation blocking and length width weight thickness material and. screening dimensions Types of courts, Knowledge of associations and federations linked Duties and number of officials requirements of. to the game Important tournaments the game number of players duty of coach. Abbreviations of associations and federations match organisers. concerned with the game, Laws governing the game Suspensions Basic skills and techniques requiring control. penalisations draws match fixtures balance weight transfer flow and clear body. arrangements needed to conduct tournaments positions complex sequence of movements and. punishment on players coaches match points ability to perform showing high standards of. etc precision control power speed and stamina,fitness and tactics to outwit the opponents.
Basic skills and techniques forehand or,Warming up and cooling down safely safety. backhand chopper grip correct grip smash,requirements for swimmers. drop drive net play return upshots and, low high flick serves Basic positioning for men Knowledge of associations and federations linked. and women rallies The racket grip shake hand to the game Important tournaments. Strokes backhand push forehand drive forward Abbreviations of associations and federations. push Service two bounce serve high toss concerned with the game. forehand spin backhand spin long serve Spin ATHLETICS. forehand topspin backhand topspin chopping Knowledge of track and field events activities. blocking lobbing follow through placement of strategies and tactics and how to improve. ball for each service performance individual and team. Knowledge of associations and federations linked Detailed understanding of the rules and. to the game Important tournaments regulation of various events strategies and tactics. Abbreviations of associations and federations in chosen events Planning performing and. concerned with the game evaluating particular event. SWIMMING Knowledge of the dimension of the track Width. of the track Measurement of 400 and 200 meters, Knowledge of competitive swimming events relay and solo races Equipment of athletes in. activities strategies and tactics and how to various events dimensions and requirements. improve performance individual and team Importance of starters and judges for start and. finish Importance of staggers,Detailed understanding of the rules and.
regulations of various swimming events Duties of the officials table officials referees. strategies and tactics in chosen events Planning requirements of the game equipment needed. performing and evaluating particular event numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach. physiotherapist wind gauge operator photo, Knowledge of the dimension depth and distance finish. of the pool Importance of starters and judges for Laws governing the game Suspensions. start and finish of individual and medley races penalisations draws match fixtures. Various officials in charge of conducting the arrangements needed to conduct meets Rules. events Types of races types of strokes diving and distances and requirements of various events. competitions false start individual and medley,Basic skills and techniques requiring control. events Stances for different strokes balance weight transfer flow and clear body. Duties of the officials table officials referees positions complex sequence of movements and. requirements of the game equipment needed ability to perform showing high standards of. numbers of players reserve bench duty of coach precision control power speed and stamina. physiotherapist wind gauge operator lifeguard fitness and tactics to outwit the opponents. photo finish Warming up and cooling down exercises. Knowledge of associations and federations linked,Laws governing the game Suspensions. to the game Important tournaments,penalisations draws fixtures arrangements. Abbreviations of associations and federations,needed to conduct tournaments.
concerned with the game,PRACTICAL WORK 100 Marks C Viva 10 marks. No question paper for practical work will be set on the two games activities. by the Council chosen by the candidate, The Practical Work will be assessed in two parts as. follows A PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TESTS, 1 Continuous Assessment 50 marks The following are the tests to evaluate the. by the Teacher physical fitness of candidates These tests are to. be used for Continuous Assessment by the, 2 Practical Assessment 50 marks Teacher as well as for Practical Assessment by. Visiting Examiner the Visiting Examiner Tests 1 to 3 should be. conducted on one day and 4 to 6 on the next,1 CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT by the.
Teacher 50 Marks,50 metre run standing start Timings to. Continuous assessment will be done by the,be taken to the nearest tenth of a second. teacher s responsible for preparing the candidate,weather should be relatively windless. for the examination in two of the following,without extremes of temperature. games and activities of the candidate s choice,Athletics Cricket Hockey Football Volleyball.
Softball Basketball Tennis Badminton Standing long jump A flat no slip surface. Swimming Dancing Gymnastics Yoga should be used The candidate should. stand with toes just behind the take off line,Continuous Assessment will include the. and jump when ready After making,preliminary swing with the arms the. A File Work done throughout the 10 marks candidate swings them forward vigorously. year on any two springing with both feet simultaneously to. games activities land as far forward as possible Distance. jumped to be measured in centimetres,B Participation and performance 20 marks. of the candidate throughout c Test 3, the year in at least any two Distance run 1000 metres run for boys. games activities of his her 600 metres run for girls Time to be taken. choice to the nearest second,C Physical Efficiency Tests 20 marks d Test 4.
i Floor push ups for boys The boy, 2 PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT by the Visiting takes a front leaning position with. Examiner 50 Marks body supported on hands and balls of. Practical assessment will be done by the Visiting feet the arms are straight and at right. Examiner in the presence of the teacher and will angles to the body He then dips or. consist of the following lowers the body so that the chest. touches or nearly touches the floor, A Physical Efficiency Tests 30 marks then pushes back to the starting. B Specialisation Tests 10 marks position by straightening the arms. and repeats the procedure as many, The candidate is to be times as possible Only the chest. assessed on any two basic should touch the floor the arms must. skills of the two be completely extended with each. games activities chosen by push up the body must be held. him her for Continuous straight throughout Scoring consists. Assessment of the number of correct push ups, ii Push ups for girls This is executed the knees with his her elbows Without. from a stall bar bench or a stool pause he she returns to his her starting. 32 cm high by 50 cm long and 35 cm position and immediately sits up again The. wide It should be placed on the number of sit ups completed in 60 seconds. floor about 15 cm from a wall so that are to be counted. the subject will not take a position, too far forward The girl should grasp B SPECIALISATION TESTS.
the outer edges of the bench or stool Candidates are to be tested by a Visiting. at the nearest corners and assume the Examiner in the presence of the teacher in two of. front leaning rest position with the the games activities that were selected by them. balls of her feet on the floor and with for Continuous Assessment Details of skill areas. her body and arms forming a right are given below,angle She should then lower her. body so that the upper chest touches ATHLETICS, the near edge to the bench or stool Candidates will choose two of the following. then raise it to a straight arm position events in which they wish to be tested. as many times as possible The girl s,i Track events sprints middle and long. body should be held straight,distance races,throughout If the body sways or. arches or if the subject does not go Boys 100 m 200 m 400 m 800 m 1500 m. completely down or does not push and 3000 m, completely up half credit is given up Girls 100 m 200 m 400 m 800 m.
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block The time to the nearest tenth of a command, second is to be taken till the second block is Time action period Reaction time block. grounded in the starting semicircle clearance time acceleration time velocity. f Test 6 maintenance time finish time, 60 second sit ups The candidate lies with Middle Distance and Long Distance Races. his her back on a mat or flat surface feet i Style of endurance running. about 30 cm apart and knees flexed at a,ii Methods of endurance development. right angle The candidate s hands with, fingers interlocked are placed behind the Broad Jump. back A partner holds the candidate s feet i Approach run. in contact with the mat or floor On the, signal Go the candidate sits up to touch ii Take off.

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