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Grade 3 PE Learners Module

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Grade 3 PE Learners Module

  1. 1. DRAFT April 10, 2014 1      MAPEH P.E. Learner’s Material Unit 1   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph. 3
  2. 2. DRAFT April 10, 2014 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  3. 3. DRAFT April 10, 2014 3    Table of Contents Lesson 1 Body Shapes and Actions……………………4 Lesson 2 Let’s Move and Be Flexible…………………. 11 Lesson 3 Let’s Walk and Sing ………………………….. 18 Lesson 4 Let’s Move and Bend our Knees ………….. 23 Lesson 5 Let’s Sit and Create Shapes ……………….. 34 Lesson 6 Stretching Challenge ………………………. 34 Lesson 7 Shapes on Hold ……………………………… 43 Lesson 8 Flexibility on Trial ……………………………. 49
  4. 4. DRAFT April 10, 2014 4    QUARTER 1 Lesson 1: BODY SHAPES AND ACTION Look at the picture above. What are the children doing? If you think they are playing, you are correct. What kinds of shapes did the children form with their bodies? Can you do the same? Did you know that your body can form different shapes and lines such as straight, curled and twisted?
  5. 5. DRAFT April 10, 2014 5      Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Look at the pictures below. Can you follow or imitate these? Do it with the help of your teacher. Are you ready? A. Jog in place (8 counts) or walk in place (8 counts). B. Do breathing exercises. (10 counts) c. Do a head bend.  Bend forward (4 counts) with hand support  Bend backward (4 counts) with hand support  Bend sideward right with hand support (4 counts)  Return to position (4 counts).
  6. 6. DRAFT April 10, 2014 6        d. Head Twist  Twist your head sideward right (4 counts).  Return to position (4 counts).  Twist you head sideward left (4 counts).  Return to position (4 counts) e. Shoulder circle Start with hands at your sides.  Move your shoulders forward (4 counts) with hands on your sides.  Move your shoulders backward (4 counts) with hands on your sides. f. Trunk Twist  Raise your arms to your chest with palms facing down  Move to the right (count 4)  Return to position  Repeat to the left (count 4)  Back to position g. Knee stretching/Pushing  Stand straight with feet apart,with your hands in front    
  7. 7. DRAFT April 10, 2014 7      on your lap (count 4)  Slowly move your body Downward. (count 4)  Return to position h. Ankle (foot) Circle  Lift right your foot and rotate clockwise 4 counts and counter-clockwise 4 counts.  Repeat with the left foot i. Starting position: half knee bend.  Inhale as you slowly stand up and straighten your knees.  Raise arms slowly sideward, upward. (8 counts.)  Exhale as you slowly bring arms downward to its original position.  Repeat 3 times You did well in the warm-up exercises. Very good! How did you feel after the exercise? Did your heart beat faster? Did you feel energized? If you did, then you are now ready to participate in today’s activities.   How would you like to sing a familiar action song? Sing with your teacher and do the actions too.
  8. 8. DRAFT April 10, 2014 8    I’m a Little Teapot I’m a little teapot short and stout Here is my handle and here is my spout When the water‘s boiling hear me shout Lift me up and pour me out What actions did you perform while singing? What shapes did you form with your body? How did you do it? Can you show it? How about another game? Are you ready? How many of you love POPCORN? What sound does corn produce when it pops? Let’s have a game called POPCORN. Instead of popping, you perform the position quickly in two counts. Are you ready? Listen to the teacher as s/he gives instructions. (The teacher will show the illustration taken from the TG) What actions did you perform? What parts of your body moved? How did you do it? Now, Choose a partner, face each other and do following as if one of you is the reflection on a mirror Stand feet together with your, arms raised upward Stride stand. Twist your trunk to the right Raise your arms sideward. Bend trunk forward, keeping your back straight, and raise your arms forward. What can you say about the movements? What different shapes can you do together?
  9. 9. DRAFT April 10, 2014 9    Can you describe the different shapes you formed while moving your feet and arms? What body parts did you use to form the shapes? Can you do it again?                 Let’s have another activity. Merry Go Round The activity is called the Merry Go Round because you have to move around in a clockwise manner after doing the task in each station. Perform the activity at every station while singing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. At the end of the song, transfer to the next station using the required movement until you finish the four stations.   Our bodies can perform different shapes and lines such as straight, curled and twisted and It can show different shapes and actions. If you can move your body and form shapes in many ways, you will enjoy exercising.   
  10. 10. DRAFT April 10, 2014 10    Station 1 – Form a circle with your arms raised upward Station 2 – Form a square with your arms sideward Station 3 – Form a triangle with your arms placed in front Station 4 - Form a diamond with your arms in front What shapes did you able to form? What locomotor movements did you use in traveling from one station to another?       Let’s have a Follow the Leader activity. Listen. As your teacher blows the whistle, do the action as fast as you can. Once stand with feet together (parallel) Twice do stride stand (stand with  
  11. 11. DRAFT April 10, 2014 11    feet apart) thrice do side lunge position How fast did you able to execute the actions? Put a check (√) in the box that matches to your performance. Yes No 1. Did you perform correctly? a. feet together (parallel) b. stride stand c. side lunge 2. Did you perform correctly the following shapes alone or with a partner a. straight b. curve c. twisted 3. Did you cooperated in the different activities? 4. Did you enjoy the different activities? QUARTER 1 Lesson 2: LET’S MOVE AND BE FLEXIBLE! Bending and stretching are movements that improve enhance flexibility. The proper way of doing bending and stretching can prevent injury. A flexible person can assume good posture at all times.    
  12. 12. DRAFT April 10, 2014 12          Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Wear your proper P.E attire. Do the warm-up exercises. Add the new one for flexibility. Now, you may stand and perform the different body shapes and actions that you did in the Popcorn. Stand with feet together with your arms raised upward. Stride stand. Twist your trunk to the right. Raise arms sideward. Bend trunk forward, keeping your back straight, and raise your arms forward.    
  13. 13. DRAFT April 10, 2014 13    Look at the illustration. What is the farmer doing? Yes, he is planting rice. What body movement do you is need when you plant rice ? Yes, you have to bend and stretch. Try to imitate the farmer in planting rice. While doing so, sing and do the actions with your teacher. (Your teacher will show the copy of the song) Did you imitate the farmer correctly? Did you bend properly? How did you rise from a bent position? Pupils like you must always be alert. Be attentive when listening to the commands of your teacher. Let’s play another game. Game: READY, GET SET, GO! Form a group with four members. Face the finish line. Be attentive. Your teacher will give commands. Listen to the command of your teacher. Do the action at your teacher’s signal GO and freeze the action for five seconds. If you do the action correctly, step forward until you reach the finish line. Remember: Be very alert. Your teacher may give the command in a different order . 1. Pick up things from the floor. 2. Reach upward to pick mangoes from a tree.
  14. 14. DRAFT April 10, 2014 14    3. Sway from side to side like a bamboo tree. 4. Pass the ball backward to a friend. 5. Guard your line in patintero. What movements did you do in Ready Get Set Go? How many groups reached the finish line? How did you do it? Now, find a partner for another activity. With your partner, sit back to back on the floor, with arms locked together. Stand without releasing you hold on your partner and bring both feet closer. This stunt is called Chinese Get Up. Were you able to do it?
  15. 15. DRAFT April 10, 2014 15    How? What movements are needed to do the Chinese Get Up? What movements enhance flexibility? Why do we have to do these movements properly?               Move around the area assigned by your teacher for the activity called Travelogue. There is an activity card in every area. Follow the directions. Move to the next area when your teacher gives the signal. How did you do the different movements? Which movements are easy to do? Why? Which movements are hard to do? Why?   Bending and stretching are movements that improve flexibility. The proper way of doing these movements can prevent injury. A flexible person can do many movements safely and assume good posture at all times.  
  16. 16. DRAFT April 10, 2014 16      Now sing and dance as you shake your body. Shake-Shake-Shake (Your teacher will provide the copy) Now perform the following flexibility exercises. 1. Backward Arm Circle a. Stand straight with feet shoulder-width apart and arms extended to the sides, parallel to the floor. b. Slowly circle the arms backward. c. Start with small circles, then make to large ones. 2. Lateral trunk flexion a. Stand with hands on your waist, feet shoulder width apart. b. Bend at the waist and lean to the side. Return to straight position, then lean to the other side. c. Repeat movement with the side  
  17. 17. DRAFT April 10, 2014 17      3. Bend the trunk forward and back. Check the box on the self assessment portion that matches to your performance. Legend: 3 - Very good 2 - Good 1 - Needs improvement ACTIVITIES Self Assessment Teacher’s Assessment 1. Bend forward 2. Bend backward 3. Bend sideward
  18. 18. DRAFT April 10, 2014 18    B. How well did you perform the Chinese Get-up? Check one: Very good Good Needs improvement Did you like your performance? Why/Why not? Lesson 3: LET’S WALK AND SING! Walking can bring you to many places. Correct body movements in walking help improve your body and prevents injury. Are you ready to walk and sing with your classmates?
  19. 19. DRAFT April 10, 2014 19          Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Look at the illustrations below. Can you follow these? Perform the following: Figure A-B 1. (Starting Position) Stride stand. 2. Bend trunk sideward right, with the left arm overhead ( Hold for 6 counts). 3. Back to Starting Position (Hold for counts 7-8). 4. Bend trunk sideward left, with the right arm overhead ( Hold for 6 counts). 5. Back to Starting Position (Hold for counts 7-8). Figure C 1. (Starting Position) Stride stand. 2. Raise heels, raise arms upward, (Hold for 6 counts) 3. Back to Starting Position (for counts 7-8). Figure D 1. (Starting Position) Stride stand. 2. Hands on waist (Hold for 6 counts). 3. Back to Starting Position (for counts 7-8). 4. Repeat A-D. 5. Inhale and exhale (8 counts).
  20. 20. DRAFT April 10, 2014 20    Do you know the song Tong tong tong tong pakitong kitong? Let us learn the lyrics of the song. Song: Tong tong tong tong Pakitong kitong Tong tong tong tong Pakitong kitong Alimango sa dagat, malaki at masarap Mahirap mahuli, sapagkat nangangagat. (repeat) What animal was mentioned in the song? Can you create actions for the song? What parts of your body did you use in doing the movements? Are these movements locomotor or non- locomotor? Why? What do you see in the pictures? A and B? C and D?  Compare the pictures A and B.  Who walks properly the boy in the Picture C or the one in the Picture D?  Who can demonstrate proper walking?
  21. 21. DRAFT April 10, 2014 21    WALKING ALL THE WAY Form four columns with five members for each line. Follow the music. As your teacher’s whistle signal,you must walk properly with good posture. What can you say about the walking activity?               Do you want another challenge? Let’s do Wring the Dishrag Choose a partner. Face your partner and join hands. Raise one pair of your joined hands while lower the other ..   Walking properly in different directions is an enjoyable activity.It helps in the proper functioning of our body system. Values infusion:Patience and discipline are important when playing with classmates.  
  22. 22. DRAFT April 10, 2014 22    Turn your bodies until you both end in a back-to back position.       Now let us sing the song with actions Song: “ Maliit na Gagamba “ Maliit na gagamba umakyat sa sanga Dumating ang ulan tinaboy sila Sumikat ang araw natuyo ang sanga Maliit na gagamba palaging Masaya.   Check under the column which picture shows correct proper body mechanics. B. Direction: Answer the following question with YES or NO 1. Do you walk with arms raised upward? _______ 2. Do you walk crisscrossed? _______ 3. Do you walk with knees bent? _______ 4. Do you walk with arms swinging the sides?____ 5. Do you walk in a straight line? _______    
  23. 23. DRAFT April 10, 2014 23    QUARTER 1 Lesson 4: LET’S MOVE AND BEND OUR KNEES Your feet support you when you walk and move around. You can walk forward in different directions, or just stand at attention like when the Philippine flag is raised. ‐
  24. 24. DRAFT April 10, 2014 24        Your teacher will assist you in every activity Look at the illustrations below Can you follow these? Perform : Figure A, B, C, D (TG)       How would you like to try some movements using other body parts as your support, like your knees? Can you imitate the pictures below?
  25. 25. DRAFT April 10, 2014 25      Is it easy? Now try the following: This time, add arm movements while doing the three kneeling positions. How many arm movements did you make? Color the equivalent number of stars. 4‐5        2‐3        Only 1       
  26. 26. DRAFT April 10, 2014 26                Do the Kneeling Challenge Form a group with five members. Create an exercise with different keeling positions. In 2 minutes practice this exercise with arm movements. Next, do the movements while singing “BAHAY KUBO”.     UMUPO, TUMAYO (To the tune of Rocking the Boat) Your teacher will provide the copy of the song KUMUSTA KA Kumusta ka,ako ay masaya Umikot ng umikot at humanap na iba knees can also be used as base of support. Just like the feet. You can create flexibility exercises while kneeling. Kneeling exercises focus on flexibility, balance and strength.  
  27. 27. DRAFT April 10, 2014 27    After doing the activities, put a check on the space before the number if the picture shows proper kneeling and cross (x) if it does not.  
  28. 28. DRAFT April 10, 2014 28    Lesson: 5 LET’S SIT AND CREATE SHAPES! You have performed conditioning and flexibility exercises that improve your body posture. In this lesson ,you will learn different sitting positions with correct body mechanics. Enjoy participating in these simple activities.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity, Do the bending, stretching, twisting, and balancing exercises:   Recall the different kneeling positions you learned in lesson 4. Form four columns. Each column will do the following:
  29. 29. DRAFT April 10, 2014 29     Kneel on both legs  Stride kneeling  Half kneeling  Half kneeling with one leg extended sideways Sing and put actions to this song. “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat” (Your teacher will give you the copy of the song) What body movements did you do while singing the song? Did you enjoy the actions? Look at the illustrations of different sitting positions. Describe the different positions in each picture. Can you do it? Sitting Positions:
  30. 30. DRAFT April 10, 2014 30    Look at the pictures. Describe each picture. What is the child doing? Can you do it? Now, do the different sitting positions correctly. Do it by group.1st group, 2nd group, and 3rd. Answer the following questions: 1. What different sitting positions did you do? 2. Did you do the different positions with correct body mechanics? Yes/No? 3. Which movements of sitting positions did you find difficult? Why?
  31. 31. DRAFT April 10, 2014 31    Creating Body Shapes Join a group. Practice the sitting positions and form shapes with your body. You may do it alone, with a partner or with the group. Rate your accomplishment. Color the number of suns that matches the body shapes you formed. Activities Scores Formed at least three body shapes Formed at least two body shapes Formed at least one body shape Now, that you have done the different sitting positions, answer this question. Why is it important to know the basic l sitting positions properly?                     Knowing the basic sitting positions will help you to explore different movements and shapes. The proper execution of each position will improve posture or correct defects.
  32. 32. DRAFT April 10, 2014 32        Sitting Relay (Group work) Hip Walk  Round 1. Forward. Each group member moves forward to the finish line.  Round 2. Backward . Each group member moves backward to the finish line    
  33. 33. DRAFT April 10, 2014 33    What position did you use in Hip Walk? What body shapes did you form in this activity? What different movements did you make? Did you do the activity correctly? Did you enjoy the activity?           Let’s sing “Look at Me” Look at me (2x) I am a butterfly I can fly (4x) Like a butterfly Check the appropriate column that matches to your answer. Activities Yes No 1. Performed the different sitting positions correctly 2. Creates at least 3 body shapes 3. Executed the body positions clearly and correctly 4. Participates in relay and races actively 5. Worked cooperatively with the group    
  34. 34. DRAFT April 10, 2014 34    Lesson 6: STRETCHING CHALLENGE There are different body movements in sitting. Now, as you go along: let us describe, perform and enjoy simple static and dynamic flexibility exercises that help improve body posture in sitting. Are you ready to participate?     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Do the warm up exercises to prepare your body.   Do the body shapes and sitting actions that you learned from the previous lesson while singing Lubi-lubi. Each position should be done in 4 counts.
  35. 35. DRAFT April 10, 2014 35   
  36. 36. DRAFT April 10, 2014 36    Now, let us imagine that we are on a boat. You perform actions while singing the song “Row, Row, Row your Boat”. Can you answer the following questions? 1. What is described in the song? 2. How do you row a boat? 3. What body parts are used in rowing a boat? 4. What arm movements are used in rowing? 5. What body movement is used in rowing? Do you want more activities? Let’s do the “Limbo Rock”. Follow the simple instructions below  
  37. 37. DRAFT April 10, 2014 37    A garter supported by a stand is placed horizontal to the ground or held by two pupils. Form a column. Each person will try to pass under the garter. After everyone has tried, the garter is lowered an inch or two preferably until waist level of the teacher. The group who could not touch the garter with any part of their bodies without exerting strength other than feet touched the ground wins. Note: When passing under the garter, you must bend backward or forward. Answer the following questions: a. What body movements are used in playing the game? b. How can you cross even if the garter is lowered inch by inch? c. What parts of the body are stretched? d. What parts of the body are bent? e. What did you do while waiting for your turn? Is the activity Limbo Rock connected to flexibility? What is flexibility? What are the two kinds of flexibility? How do you show each kind of flexibility?               Flexibility is the ability to bend or stretch without hurting themselves. Two Kinds of Flexibility 1. Static Flexibility- doing flexibility exercises on a stationary position 2. Dynamic Flexibility- doing flexibility exercises while moving
  38. 38. DRAFT April 10, 2014 38    Now, you will do static flexibility exercises. Follow the steps below: Flexibility Exercise on Seated Position (Static Flexibility) SP: (Starting Position) Long sitting position a. Bend right knee close to the chest. Slightly lean trunk backward and hold position for 6 counts.Return to starting position position count 7 and 8 Repeat with the left leg 8 counts Repeat all in 16 counts In this part, you will do dynamic flexibility exercises. Follow the steps below: SP: Long sitting
  39. 39. DRAFT April 10, 2014 39    Flexibility Exercise on Seated Position (Dynamic Flexibility) SP: Long sitting rest position a. Bend right knee close to the Chest, count 1,2 b. Stretch right leg upward, toes pointed up, count 3,4 c. Bend right knee close to the chest, count 5,6 a b c d. Long sitting rest
  40. 40. DRAFT April 10, 2014 40    d. Long sitting restd. Back to long sitting rest position count 7,8 Repeat with the left leg for 8 counts. Repeat all for 16 counts Answer the following questions: 1. How will you describe static flexibility based on first activity? 2. How will you describe dynamic flexibility based on second activity? Can you still improve your ability in doing dynamic and static flexibility? Follow the directions below Thigh Stretch (Dynamic Flexibility) SP: Stride sitting a. Place both hands in front closer to your thighs. Move your right and left hands alternately as if you are walking forward with your hands.
  41. 41. DRAFT April 10, 2014 41    a a Bring your trunk close to the floor with every step of your hands. Thigh Stretch (Static Flexibility) SP: Stride sitting position a. Slowly bend your body forward, extending your arms and hands to reach for the right toe. Do not bend your knees. Hold position for 8 counts .Repeat position with the left toe. Hold position for 8 counts. Repeat the activity for 16 counts.          
  42. 42. DRAFT April 10, 2014 42        Pause while in a heel- sit position. You sing and act to Leron, Leron Sinta using these steps. a. Sway your arms overhead to the right and to the left .Bend your trunk sideward to the right end to the left counts b. Arms overhead swing right hand downward-backward, left hand remains overhead, twist the body sideward 2 counts .Swing right arm upward to its original position 2 counts. Repeat all movement on the left hand repeat all R and L (12 counts.) T (Your teacher will give you the rubrics). Legend: 5 – Excellent 2 - Fair 4 – Very Satisfactory 1 – Need Improvement 3 – Satisfactory Assignment: A. Ask the pupils to practice the different movements. B. Ask them to draw symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes in their notebooks.    
  43. 43. DRAFT April 10, 2014 43      Lesson 7: SHAPES ON HOLD You have already learned and formed shapes by using body parts. You will now learn about two different kinds of shapes. Are you ready to start?         Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Look and study the illustration. Then answer the questions. A B 1. What can you say about the pictures? 2. Can you describe the movements in the picture? 3. What body parts were used as a base support? 4. Can you perform these movements? You have just seen two different kinds of shape and positions. The one on the right is an asymmetrical shape while the one on the left is a symmetrical shape. Picture A shows balance. When you divide it in the middle, both sides form identical shapes. That is why it is called Symmetrical.  
  44. 44. DRAFT April 10, 2014 44      Picture B shows uneven balance. When you cut it at the middle the two sides form different shape that is why it is called Asymmetrical Before you start participating in the activities, do a simple warm-up to prepare your body and prevent any injury. Do the warm up exercises following the rhythm of the music. (Refer to pages 2 to 4 of Lesson 1)   Now that you have warmed-up, you are now ready for the group activity. TRAVELOGUE Follow this procedure: 1. Form five groups. Select your leader. Go around the stations and do the actions/body shapes in the illustration. 2. Remember the safety precautions while performing the activity. (Teacher will give the safety precautions) 3. Perform the activity by group. Station I a. Stride Standing b. Side Lunge Standing  
  45. 45. DRAFT April 10, 2014 45    Station II a. Stride Kneeling b. Half Kneeling Station III a. Side Sitting b. Frog Sitting Station IV - a. Side Lying b. Prone Lying             
  46. 46. DRAFT April 10, 2014 46    Station V - a. Dog stand b. Knee Scale Answer the following questions: 1. What body positions did you do in stations 1-5? 2. Besides your feet what body parts did you use as base support ? 3. Which body shapes and actions show symmetry or asymmetry?                             Stride standing, stride kneeling, frog sitting, prone lying and dog stand are body shapes/actions that show symmetrical shapes. Side lunge, half kneeling, side sitting and knee scale are body shapes/actions that show asymmetrical shapes. 
  47. 47. DRAFT April 10, 2014 47    Standing Position       This time try to create shapes. Get a partner. One will be the sculptor and will do the statue position that is similar to the picture shown in the station and hold it for 10 seconds. Move to the next station when the music is played. When the music stops, create the next statue and hold it for 10 seconds. Move to the next station when the music is played. When the music stops, do the next statue and hold it for 10 seconds. Activity: Creating Shape Directions: Work in pairs, One will play the sculptor while the other will be the statue. When the music plays, each pair may move. The sculptor will create the statue/shape shown on the teacher’s flashcard. When the music stops the statue must stop moving and freeze. The sculptor must say if his/her creation is a symmetrical or an asymmetrical shape. 1 2 Two hands and one foot as base of support  
  48. 48. DRAFT April 10, 2014 48    FROG SIT   KNEE -SCALE    3 4 5 1. Did you enjoy the activity? 2. Were you able to quickly form the shape before the music stopped?       Now form two different circles. Sit Indian style and enjoy singing Leron’leron Sinta while clapping your hands. DOG STAND  
  49. 49. DRAFT April 10, 2014 49    Demonstrate the body shapes or actions. Check (√) yes if you performed well and check (√) No if not. BODY SHAPES/ACTIONS YES NO 1. Stride Kneeling 2. Side Sitting position 3. Frog Sitting 4. Dog Stand 5. Prone Lying QUARTER 1 Lesson 8: FLEXIBILITY ON TRIAL You learned in your past lessons about the correct body posture, like correct posture in standing, sitting, walking and others. In this lesson you will study how to improve body posture through conditioning and flexibility exercises.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity To prepare your body, do the warm up exercises on pages 2- 4 of lessons 1.                Do you know the song “Do the Boggie Woggie”? Your teacher will sing and you will follow.Sing and do the movements.
  50. 50. DRAFT April 10, 2014 50    Toe Touch (To the tune of Do the Boggie Woggie) By: Urcesio A. Sepe,Rhodora B. Pena and Sonny F. Meneses Jr. Sit on the floor while legs stretched apart Slowly bend your body forward And do the double toe touch And do the double toe touch Let’s do another one Chorus: Toe touch on the right Toe touch on the left Double toe touch on open sitting position (Repeat chorus 2x)  Did you like the song?  How did you feel while doing the activity?  Did you enjoy doing it?       Look at the picture. Guess the missing letters to form words related with the pictures.  
  51. 51. DRAFT April 10, 2014 51    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Did you complete the words? Now look and study the following illustrations. m  c  e  o  y    t  e  c h     l  e  i    b g e  r  i  s SEATED L   SEATED STRADDLE
  52. 52. DRAFT April 10, 2014 52     In the illustrations presented, which movements or exercises show conditioning and flexibility exercises?  Which movement or exercise shows non-conditioning flexibility exercise?  Which body parts are stretched?  Can you perform this kind of movement? WING STRETCHING STRETCHING SEATED TOE TOUCH   BEAR HUG CROSS LEG STRETCH   RUN/MARCH IN PLACE
  53. 53. DRAFT April 10, 2014 53    Answer the following questions:  What flexibility exercise did you perform?  Which body parts did you use in the first and second exercises?  How did you feel while doing the activity?  Which part of your body was stretched?  Do you think this activity will improve body posture? How? Now , let us move and have a game. Always remember safety precautions while doing the game. Activity 3: Let’s Move Leap and Stretch (Note: Consider the safety precautions) (Your teacher will provide the copy)  Did you enjoy the game?  What did you do to win?  Did you follow the safety precautions?             Form a big circle. Do the sitting position with an open legs which are not too wide. Sing again the song “Toe Touch” with actions.   There are different conditioning and flexibility exercises that will help us to improve body posture.  
  54. 54. DRAFT April 10, 2014 54    Study the illustrations. Put a double check (√√) if it shows body conditioning and flexibility and single check (√) if not. Body Conditioning and Flexibility Exercises √ √ √ 1. Run/March in place 2. Seated toe touch 3. Seated Straddle Side Sitting        
  55. 55. DRAFT April 10, 2014 55    4. Crossed-Leg-Stretch  
  56. 56. DRAFT April 10, 2014   MAPEH P.E. Learner’s Material Unit 2 3   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph.
  57. 57. DRAFT April 10, 2014 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Yolanda S. Quijano, Ph.D. Assistant Secretary: Elena R. Ruiz, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  58. 58. DRAFT April 10, 2014 3    Table Of Contents Lesson 1 Moving in My Personal Space……………… 4 Lesson 2 Moving in My General Space……………… 11 Lesson 3 Tiklos Basic ……………………………………. 16 Lesson 4 Let’s Play Tiklos ………………………………. 20 Lesson 5 Bao Rhythmic ……………………………….. 23 Lesson 6 Ball Rhythmic ……………………………….. 27 Lesson 7 Throwing and Catching Ball ……………… 31 Lesson 8 Karera ng Bao ………………………………. 38
  59. 59. DRAFT April 10, 2014 4    QUARTER 2 Lesson 1: MOVING IN MY PERSONAL SPACE Study at the picture. Where are the children playing? Do you also enjoy playing with your classmates similar to the one’s in the picture? Do you have activities? Do you love using different movements while playing?
  60. 60. DRAFT April 10, 2014 5      Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Let’s perform the different movements a. Jog in place (8 counts) walk in place (8 counts) b. Do breathing exercises (10 counts) c. Do a head bend.  Bend forward (4 counts) with hand support  Bend backward (4 counts) with hand support  Bend sideward right with hand support (4 counts)  Return to position (4 counts) d. Head Twist  
  61. 61. DRAFT April 10, 2014 6         Twist your head sideward right (4 counts)  Return to position (4 counts)  Twist your head sideward left (4 counts)  Return back to position (4 counts) e. Shoulder circle Start with hands at your sides.  Have your shoulder forward (4 counts) with hands at your sides.  Have your shoulders backward (4 counts) with hands at your sides. f. Trunk Twist  Raise your arms to your chest with palms facing down  Move to the right (count 4)  Return to position  Repeat to the left (count 4).  Return back to position. g. Knee stretching/Pushing  Stand straight with feet apart, with your hands on your lap (count 4)  Slowly move your body Downward. (count 4)  Return to position.
  62. 62. DRAFT April 10, 2014 7      h. Ankle (foot) Circle  Lift your right foot and rotate clockwise 4 counts and counter-clockwise 4 counts.  Repeat with the left foot. i. Starting position: half knee bend.  Inhale as you slowly stand up and straighten your knees.  Raise arms slowly sideward, upward. (8 counts)  Exhale as you slowly bring arms downward to its original position.  Repeat 3 times. These exercises will serve as your warm-up. Warm-up exercises will help you prepare your body for more strenuous activities. These are also example of movements you perform in your personal or self space.   There is movement when you change the position of your body or use your body parts. When you move, you move in different spaces. Moving in personal space means you are moving in your own position.   Below are some positions you can do in your personal space. Study the positions and do these properly. 1. What can you say about the four positions? Were you able to do the different positions properly? 2.Which part of the body is moving? 3.In which direction is the body moving? 4.Did you perform the movements in place? did you transfer places?
  63. 63. DRAFT April 10, 2014 8      Movement is a change of position of body or body parts in space. Personal or self space is a given space when you move in your fixed position. Common basic movements used in moving in a personal space are non locomotor movements. These movements are done without moving away from one’s place, like bending, stretching, twisting, circling, swaying, and swinging.   Let’s have another movement activity with an action song. Your teacher will help you learn the song and the actions. Enjoy the song and demonstrate the actions properly. (To the tune of Shake Shake) Answer the following questions: 1. What movements you can do while staying in place? 2. What part of the body is/are used in doing each movement? 3. Were you able to create a movement? 4. Can you name the movement? 5. Did you transfer from one place to another place in doing those movements? After the personal space awareness activity that you did, try to answer the following:
  64. 64. DRAFT April 10, 2014 9    1. What movements you can do while staying in place? 2. What is personal space? 3. What is non locomotor movements?           In your own space or personal space, perform the following non-locomotor movements to the tune of Leron Leron Sinta . Do the movements properly as you exercise. 1. Twist your head (right and left). 16 counts. 2. Bend your neck downward. 16 counts 3. Bend your trunk sideways (right and left). 16 counts 4. Raise your legs; then, flex (bend)your feet. 16 counts 5. Raise your legs; then, point your toes downward . 16counts. 6. Bend your neck sideward (right and left). 16 counts. 7. Stretch your arms sideward (right and left).16 counts. 8. Bend your trunk forward and backward. 16 counts.   Movement is a change of position of body or body parts in space. Personal or self space is a given space when you move in your fixed position. Common basic movements used in moving in a personal space are non-locomotor movements. These movements are done without moving away from one’s place, like bending, stretching, twisting, circling, swaying and swinging.  
  65. 65. DRAFT April 10, 2014 10    List the different parts of the body that perform the different non-locomotor movements. stretching bending pushing pulling twisting turning swaying swinging Complete the following sentences. 1. There is ________________when there is a ___________ of position of _____________or body parts in ___________. 2. Moving in __________________ would mean you are moving in your own ____________. 3. ____________________or axial movements are movements you perform without _____________ from one place to another. Answer the following: 1. Which non-locomotor movements were you able to perform well? 2. Which non-locomotor movementswere difficult to do? 3. On a scale of 1 to 5, do 1as the lowest and 5 as the highest, how would you rate your performance in all the activities ? 4. Color the stars that describe your overall performance .lesson.  
  66. 66. DRAFT April 10, 2014 11    QUARTER 2 Lesson 2: MOVING IN MY GENERAL SPACE Hello! How are you doing now? In your previous lesson, you understood the idea of personal space and demonstrate some non-locomotor movements. In this lesson, you will explore your general space.Before we move to the main activity, let’s enjoy the warm-up exercises.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity With your leader perform the warm up exercises on pages 85-87 properly and observe safety precautions.     How did you feel warm up exercises? Remember that a warm up will help you prepare your body various physical activities. Look at the illustrations below. Can you describe the actions shown in the illustrations? Can you perform these?    
  67. 67. DRAFT April 10, 2014 12    In Lesson 1, you moved your body in your personal space. In this lesson, you will explore how your body can move in general space. Remember: You must be in proper posture while doing any of the locomotor movements. 1. Walking (correct posture) 2. Running 3. Jumping 4. Hopping
  68. 68. DRAFT April 10, 2014 13    5. Galloping 6. Sliding 7. Skipping 8. Leaping
  69. 69. DRAFT April 10, 2014 14    Performance Task: Exploring General Space Group yourselves into four. Go to the space assigned by your teacher. Explore the general space by using the different locomotor movements. Your teacher will provide you the music for the activity. 1. In mass formation, do locomotor movements in space. 2. Each group will perform the movements in a given space design or pathway. (Examples: moving in circular pattern, moving in square pattern, moving zigzag pattern etc.) 3. Each group will move in various levels.(Examples: moving in low level, middle level, high level, or combination of the three.) 1. Were you able to demonstrate properly the different locomotor movements? 2. Were you able to move in a general space? 3. What different locomotor movements did you perform?           General space is an unlimited area where you move from one place to another. It is the entire space within a room, gymnasium, an outdoor space, or a boundary that a body can occupy. Locomotor movements are generally used in defining the general space. These transfer the body from one place to another. Some examples are walking, running, jumping, hopping, skipping, Sliding, and leaping.
  70. 70. DRAFT April 10, 2014 15      Stay with your activity 1 groupmates. Each group must form a straight line. A chair can be used as the turning point for each group for the locomotor race. The groups will compete. Each member of the group team will do the locomotor movements that the teacher will identify. Each player will move from the starting line, go around the chair to the line tag the next person.The first group to finish the race for each locomotor movement gets a point.   How did you feel after your movement experiences? Were you able to accomplish the task? Let’s have a cool down activity. Form a big circle. You will form one big circle. Perform stretching exercises to music .Your teacher will lead you.   Answer the following questions: 5. Which locomotor movements were you able to perform well? 6. Which locomotor movements did you find difficult to do? 7. On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 as the lowest and 5 as the highest, how would you rate your performance in all the activities ?  
  71. 71. DRAFT April 10, 2014 16    8. Color the stars that describe your overall performance. QUARTER 2 Lesson 3: TIKLOS BASIC Welcome to Lesson 3. How are you doing now? In Lessons 1& 2 you were able to understand the ideas of personal and general space. In this lesson, you will explore both personal and general spaces by engaging in the basics of the dance Tiklos. This lesson will also help you understand the different dance terms.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. In the previous lessons, you were able to do warm up exercises. With the leader, perform the warm up exercises again to prepare your body for the different physical activities. Refer to warm up exercises on pages 85 to 87. 5 stars     ‐            Excellent  4 stars     ‐            Very Good  3 stars      ‐           Good  2 stars      ‐           Fair  1 star        ‐           Poor   
  72. 72. DRAFT April 10, 2014 17    Your teacher will play the music of Tiklos.   Listen carefully and try to feel the beat of the music. Can you identify the tempo of the music? Is it fast or slow? Clap to the beat of the music. Can you feel its underlying beat? What do you think is the time signature of the music? Can you count its rhythmic pattern? Your teacher will lead you in showing movements in personal or general space as you interpret the music of Tiklos. You can use both non-locomotors and locomotors movements. Listen to the rhythm of the music of Tiklos.  Clap your hands following the rhythm of the music.  Count the rhythm of the music. Let’s enjoy performing the steps! Be familiar with the rhythm of the music.  Get a partner.  Stand side by side with your partner.  Upon the signal of the teacher, each column will perform the steps. How many movements did you show your teacher? What non-locomotor or locomotor movements did you perform?
  73. 73. DRAFT April 10, 2014 18              This time, let’s try to do the basic dance steps of Tiklos. It is very important that you master these steps, if you do, you will enjoy performing the entire dance in the next lesson. With the help of your teacher, you will perform the dance steps and its step pattern, rhythmic pattern and counting. Change step Time Signature Step Pattern and Counting No. of Measure 2 4 step, close, step 1 and 2 1 M Heel and Toe Change Step Time Signature Step Pattern and Counting No. of Measure 2 4 Heel place, toe point, 1 2 step, close, step 1 and 2 2 M   The dance Tiklos is in 2 4 time music with countings of 1 2, 1 and 2, in a measure. The common dance steps of Tiklos are change step, heel and toe change step, cut step, point step.
  74. 74. DRAFT April 10, 2014 19    Touch Step Time Signature Step Pattern and Counting No. of Measure 2 4 point, close, 1 2 1 M Change Step Time Signature Step Pattern and Counting No. of Measure 2 4 Jump and land on both feet with R in front (count 1) Jump and land on both feet with L in front (count 2) 1 M Cut Step Time Signature Step Pattern and Counting No. of Measure 2 4 Displace R with L (count 1) Displace L with R (count 2) 1 M   Sing a song you learned from Lesson 2.  
  75. 75. DRAFT April 10, 2014 20    Check () the box that matches your performance. LEGEND: - Needs Improvement - Poor - Good - Very Good - Excellent 1. Heel and Toe 2. Change steps 3. Cut steps 4. Touch step 5.Changing step QUARTER 2 Lesson 4: LET’S DANCE TIKLOS! Have now completed one half of the second quarter. Today, you will dance Tiklos. In the Lesson 3, you were able to perform the different dance steps in Tiklos. Are you excited to learn the dance? Enjoy !  
  76. 76. DRAFT April 10, 2014 21    Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Your teacher will play the music of Tiklos. You will demonstrate the different dance steps in time with the music. This will be your review and warm-up activity.                   Did you enjoy dancing the basic steps? Let’s move on with to main activity.   Study at the illustration.How will you describe it? Have you worn similar clothes? When do you usually wear these?  Tiklos is one of our Philippine folk dances. It is originated from a dance which describes peasants who agree to work weekly to clear the forest and prepare for planting. At noontime, the people gather to eat lunch and rest. During their rest,Tiklos music is played with a flute, a guitar and the guimbal or the tambora (kinds of drum). The peasants dance the Tiklos. With the help of your teacher, you will perform the entire dance correctly from the first figure up to the last.  
  77. 77. DRAFT April 10, 2014 22    FORMATION: Partners stand opposite each other ,about six feet apart. When facing the audience, the girl stands at the boy’s right side. Any number of pairs may join this dance. Did you enjoy dancing the Tiklos? How does it feel to dance one of our Philippine folk dances?         Your teacher will group you into 4 big groups. Each group will be assigned to a station. Each station, you will dance to a figure of the tiklos. Station 1 – Figure 1 Station 2 – Figure 2 Station 3 – Figure 3 Station 4 – Figure 4 After a certain period, your teacher will ask the group to proceed to the next station until all the groups have been to all the station..   Tiklos is a dance which describes peasants who agree to work weekly to clear the forest and prepare for planting. The dance has four figures done in 2 4 time music. The basic steps used in the dance are change step, heel and toe change step, changing step, point step, and cut step.
  78. 78. DRAFT April 10, 2014 23      Your teacher will play the music of Tiklos. Each group must perform some stretching exercises as cool down.   1.Which figure in the dance did you perform well? 2.Which figure in the dance did you find difficult to do? 3.On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 as the lowest and 5 as the highest, how will you rate your dance performance 4.Color the stars that describes your overall performance. QUARTER 2 Lesson 5: BAO RHYTHMICS In this lesson, you will discover and use your physical abilities to develop self confidence. You will also show your talent in performing rhythmic routines with the use of bao. 5 stars      ‐      Excellent  4 stars       ‐     Very Good  3 stars      ‐       Good 2 stars       ‐      Fair 1 star         ‐     Poor  
  79. 79. DRAFT April 10, 2014 24    Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Let’s do the warm up exercises on pages 85-87.     After the warm-up activities, your teacher will demonstrate the bao movements by figure. Group Activity: In this activity, you must group yourselves into 3. Every leader must will lead the members in performing the bao movements. You will perform movements with coconut shells (bao) by groups first and then as a class. Group 1 will perform column A, Group 2 will perform column B Group 3 will perform column C. You will do 8 counts for every movement. Column A Column B Column C Clicking forward Clicking behind Clicking obliquely licking sideward Right Clicking upward Clicking on chest  
  80. 80. DRAFT April 10, 2014 25    Clicking overhead Clicking under your knee Clicking sideward left How did you feel while performing the activity? Let us learn the steps. Some instruments that can be used to accompany the exercises are coconut shells (bao) You have to perform the bao movements properly.       We used coconut shells (bao) in this activity. Performing the activity confidently and working cooperatively develops poise and leads to better performance.
  81. 81. DRAFT April 10, 2014 26    Group yourselves into 4 big groups. Create and perform your own bao rhythmics Spell the word coconut by singing the following song: “Coconut” by: Marybeth Jito C – o – c – o – n – u - t N – u – t, n – u – t C – o – c – o – n – u – t N – u – t Pupils let us perform the figure while singing “Jake and Jean” Jake and Jean by: Voltair C. Asildo to the tune of Jack and Jill Jake and Jean naglalaro sa bukid na malayo Ngunit nawala si Jean matapos na magtago Tralala la la la la (3x) Matapos na magtago Ng si Jake ay umuwi si Jean ay hinahanap At si Jake ay umiyak si Jean di mahagilap. (Ulitin)  
  82. 82. DRAFT April 10, 2014 27    After you perform the bao rhythmics you will be graded according to the following criteria: Activities Score Mastered the skills and performed gracefully 3 (Outstanding) Performed the skills with minimal errors 2 (Good) Performed the skills with major errors 1 (Fair) QUARTER 2 Lesson 6: BALL RHYTHMICS Have you tried using materials like ribbons, hoops, balls and any indigenous or improvised materials in doing movements? Did you enjoy using these? These materials serve as extensions of our body. In this lesson, you will be focus on locations, directions, levels, pathways and planes. You will also show coordination, balance and flexibility. Come on! You will experience using balls again in doing simple activities.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Are you ready?Let us have a warm up to prepare our bodies for the activities. (Please refer to pages85-87 of Lesson 1)
  83. 83. DRAFT April 10, 2014 28    Hands on waist, Head twist sideward right 4 counts Back to position 4 counts Head twist sideward left 4 counts Back to position 4 counts Shoulder circling forward w/ hands on the side 8 counts Shoulder circling backward w/ hands on the side 8 counts Hands on chest palms down Trunk twist to the right count 1 Position count 2 Repeat to the left count 3 Back to position count 4 Repeat 3 times Do you still remember your rhythmic exercises? Answer the following questions: What is the title of the previous rhythmic activity? What implements were used in the activity? Did you enjoy the activity? Would you like to have another activity? In preparation let us first perform hand and feet movements. (Please do figures 1 to 3 and figures 1 to 4) Let’s check how far you have observed. Answer the following questions: What implements were used in the activity? What locations were used?
  84. 84. DRAFT April 10, 2014 29    What directions did you follow? What levels were applied? What pathways were followed? On which planes were the movements done? What did you do while your teacher showed the steps for the rhythmic activities?                 Ribbons, hoops, balls, wands, and any indigenous improvised materials are simple implements which enhance body movements .These also help develop body coordination, balance and flexibility rhythmic exercises. Locations - refer to area behind, in front, under, over personal space and general space Directions - refer to the desired route of movement, whether it is up or down, forward or backward, right or left Levels - defines the ralationship of the body to the floor, apparatus or height in space whether it is low, medium or high. Planes - refer to somewhat specific pathways defined as circular, vertical and horizontal
  85. 85. DRAFT April 10, 2014 30    Group yourselves into four big groups. Create and perform your own ball rhythmics. In a stride sitting position ,sing Leron, Leron Sinta using these steps. Your teacher will give you the steps. 1. How did you feel while doing Figure I. 2. What did you observe about the following parts of your body while doing Figure II? Head ____________________________________ Eyes ____________________________________ Feet ____________________________________ Arms ____________________________________ Trunk ____________________________________ 3. Why do you need proper warm-up before doing the different figures?  
  86. 86. DRAFT April 10, 2014 31    4.Did you find the activities easy or difficult to do? 5.Check (√) the box that matches your performance. Activities Easy Difficult  Half-knee bend  Heels raise hands over head  Stride stand position  Cross left foot over right  Tip toe turning right QUARTER 2 Lesson 7: THROWING AND CATCHING BALL                    Do you love games very much? Games do not only give you enjoyment. These also help in developing different locomotor skills and improve your muscular strength.       Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity You will learn about lead up games and enjoy the different games while demonstrating the proper ways of catching, throwing or passing. Now let us do the exercises to make our bodies ready for the games. (warm up exercises) Are you ready?
  87. 87. DRAFT April 10, 2014 32    Study the illustrations above.  What actions are shown in the pictures?  Can you identify the movements?  What object is shown in the pictures?  Do you think you can perform the correct ways of catching and throwing?  Bounce Catch Form a circle and then select a leader. The leader throws a rubber ball into the air and calls a number. Try to catch the ball after the leader says the number of times it should bounce. For example, if the leader yells the number 5, then the players will try to catch the ball after it hits the ground 5 times or before it hits the ground on the 6th time. You will compete with one another. The player who correctly catches the ball will become the next leader.
  88. 88. DRAFT April 10, 2014 33      Look at the picture. Answer the following:  What actions are shown in the picture?  Can you identify the movement?  What object is shown in the picture?  Do you think you can perform the correct ways of catching and throwing?   You will now play a game. Title : Catch and Pass Relay Materials : whistle, rattan ball, plastic ball Playing area : playground or covered court Rules : Arrange two teams in files. The teams stand behind the starting line. The opposing team must face each other at the distance of 5 meters.
  89. 89. DRAFT April 10, 2014 34     Did you enjoy the game?  Did you do the movements properly?  What did you do while the ball was coming your way?  What is the correct position of both hand and feet in catching and throwing a ball?  Can you demonstrate the proper ways of passing,throwing and catching?         You will now show the proper way of catching. Try to do the following: CATCHING: - Get a partner. Your partner will throw or pass the ball to you. Note: The manner of catching the basketball depends on the height of the ball and the route where it is intercepted. ‐ Look at the ball.     The proper ways of throwing and catching a ball in different levels and directions will help to develop strength, agility and flexibility. It will also improve skills in playing ball/games like softball, baseball and  
  90. 90. DRAFT April 10, 2014 35    ‐ Try to open your arms and hands and get ready to catch the ball. ‐ There should be a coordination of the eyes and the movement of arms and hands. ‐ The legs must be a stride position, with knees slightly bent. THROWING/PASSING: - The ball is held overhead with arms slightly bent. ‐ Grip the sides of the ball . ‐ Spread your fingers. ‐ Step into a stride position. ‐ Use fingertips in holding the ball. ‐ The elbows must point out and be close to the sides of the body ‐ With thumbs downward, push the ball forward. Take a fast release with a quick snap of the wrists.
  91. 91. DRAFT April 10, 2014 36    ‐ The ball rebounds at the waist level of the catcher. Do you really know the proper ways of catching and passing/throwing? If you do , you can apply these well in the different lead –up games that you will play.   Let us see if you can do these games well Passing and Catching by Rows Materials : whistle, rubber ball, plastic ball Note : Play lively background music. Directions:  Divide the class into four equal groups.  Make four columns with 3 to 4 meters apart.  Columns 1 and 2 must face each other and will compose Team A.  Columns 3 and 4 face each other and compose Team B.  Ask the first player of the group to hold the rubber ball.  At a given signal, the first player of the group tosses the ball to his/her partner. The partner catches the ball and tosses it to the next member of the team. When the ball reaches the last player, he/she tosses it back until it reaches the first player.  If the ball falls, the member who loses it, picks it up, returns to his/her place, and starts tossing again.  The group that finishes first wins the game. - Did you like the game? - Did you enjoy playing the game? - How did you play during the game with your groupmates? - What values did you show while playing the game?
  92. 92. DRAFT April 10, 2014 37    Form a square. Study and sing the song below to the tune of “Kumusta Ka” while doing the action. IHAGIS MO by Rhodora B. Pena Magmartsa ka (2X) (Action: March on place) Humarap sa katapat Action: Face to pupil in front) At tingnan mo siya. (Action: Look at him/her) Ihagis ang bola (2X) (Action: Do the movement of throwing a ball) Saluhin saluhin (Action: Do the movement of catching a ball) Saluhin mo’to (Repeat) Directions: Get a partner. You and your partner must do the task properly. After showing the skills, rate each other. Legend: 5 – Excellent 4 – Very Satisfactory 3 – Satisfactory 2 – Good 1 – Poor No SKILLS Self Assessment Trackers Assessment 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 1 Chest Pass 2 Bounce Pass 3 Two-Hand Overarm Pass 4 Roll Pass 5 Ball Catching
  93. 93. DRAFT April 10, 2014 38      QUARTER 2 Lesson 8: KARERA NG BAO Do you enjoy games like “Laro ng Lahi”? In this lesson, you will enjoy playing some indigenous games at different levels and directions. Make your body ready by doing the following exercise.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity a. Are you familiar with this picture? b. Can you describe the game the children are playing? c. What object is used in this game? d. Do you know how to play the game? e. Would you like to play the game?
  94. 94. DRAFT April 10, 2014 39        Let us start the first game relay. Walking on Straight Line Formation:  Arrange two teams in files. The teams must stand behind the starting line.  The opposing teams must be 5 meters away from each other. (Note: The number of members of the team will depend on number of the class) Rules: The feet must be on the line while walking Can you answer the following?  Did you like the game?  What are the directions of movement in the game?  Which part of the game has a forward direction?  Did you still remember the levels of movement?  Did you perform the levels of movement in the game?  What level? Was it high? low? medium?  How did you go on the line?  Which part of your body felt the balance? Let’s now play the game “KARERA NG BAO”. Study and follow the procedure of the game.
  95. 95. DRAFT April 10, 2014 40      COCONUT STILTS RACE Karera ng Bao No. of players: (10 to15 in each team) Setting: Outdoors Props: Each player must have a pair of coconut stilts. This is made by boring a hole into one of the “eyes” of half of a coconut shell. A string, about one or two meters long, depending on the height of the player is pulled through the hole. A big, sturdy knot is tied inside at the bottom end of the shell. Pre-game: Ground preparation: Two parallel lines are drawn 10 meters apart. One is the starting line and the other is the finish line. Try to answer the following questions: 1. How was the “Karera ng Bao” played? 2. What materials were used in game? 3. Was the game enjoyable? 4. For the winning group, how were you able to win? 5. What values did you show to your group? 6. Did you show alertness and self-discipline while playing the game? 7. If your group lost, what will do better the next time you play the game?
  96. 96. DRAFT April 10, 2014 41                    Group yourselves into four. Make four columns. Perform the Karera ng Bao at a low level position. You now know how to play “Karera ng Bao” This time you are going to sing an action song. Form an oval shape... Sing the song below to the tune of “Dito ay Masaya” with action. (Create your own action)   Indigenous games refer to traditional games that reflect some cultural traits of a group and show a flavor of the local culture in the form of exercises. Karera ng Bao is one of these games. It uses two pairs of Bao with strings. Level defines the relationship of the body to the floor, apparatus or height in space whether it is low, medium or high. Direction refers to the desired route of movement, whether it is up or down, forward or backward, right or left.    
  97. 97. DRAFT April 10, 2014 42    Maglaro Tayo by: Sonny F. Meneses Jr./and Rhodora B. Pena Tayo ay Masaya ,tayo ay masaya Lahat dito ay Masaya. Halinang maglaro , halinang maglaro Upang tayo’y sumigla. Lahat tayo’y Tumatalon –talon At lumakad- lakad Tumalon -talon at lumakad -lakad Lakad paharap at lakad pabalik At tayo’y pumalakpak. Note: Your teacher will provide the activity. A. Put a check (√) mark on the space provided if the statement describes the game Karera ng Bao, and cross (X) mark if does not. B. Answer the following with YES if you enjoyed and performed the activity correctly and NO if does not.  
  98. 98. DRAFT April 10, 2014   MAPEH Learner’s Material Unit 3 3   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph.
  99. 99. DRAFT April 10, 2014 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  100. 100. DRAFT April 10, 2014 3    Table of Contents Lesson 1 Moving in Varying Speed and Direction………4 Lesson 2 Throwing and Catching Challenge…………….8 Lesson 3 Catching, Throwing, and Rolling ……………….10 Lesson 4 Enjoying Kunday-Kunday………………………..14 Lesson 5 Ring Rhythmic……………………………………..18 Lesson 6 Ball Rhythmic……………………………………… 21 Lesson 7 Let’s Dribble and Shoot……………………………25 Lesson 8 Tumbang Preso……………………………………..28
  101. 101. DRAFT April 10, 2014 4            QUARTER 3 Lesson 1: MOVING IN VARYING SPEED AND DIRECTIONS Where are the children going? In which direction are they going? Are their movements fast or slow? How would you like to try some fun activities with your classmates?
  102. 102. DRAFT April 10, 2014 5          Note: Your teacher will assist you in all activities. Warm Up Activities: Come on! Let’s have fun, and enjoy.   Which group arrived first? Why? Second? Why? Third? Why?  Let’s perform walking, leaping or hopping and galloping to the tune of ‘Sitsiritsit” movements while creating various shapes movements while creating each group will perform the same movement during every round in every round in straight, circular and zigzag direction (Walking, leaping or hopping, galloping) Round I: In Fast Movement Round II: In Slow Movement                 Our movement is sometimes determined by the sound we hear or the emotion we feel. We perform the movement to the tempo of the music. The music can be associated with the movement of the slow and fast animals that may move in any direction. 
  103. 103. DRAFT April 10, 2014 6          Identify and execute the movements of the animals or vehicles in the pictures. Animals: Inch worm Rabbit Crab Vehicles: Train Motorcycle Airplane Identify animals and mechanical objects that move in various tempos. Write inside the correct boxes Slow Moderate Fast          
  104. 104. DRAFT April 10, 2014 7          Sing the song with actions, “We’re Happy Today” By: Virginia T. Mahinay (your teacher will provide you the copy of the song)   Study the sign s and complete the sentences.   1. Walk to the ____________. 2. Walk in _________________direction. 3. Turn _____________________.    
  105. 105. DRAFT April 10, 2014 8    QUARTER 3 Lesson 2: THROWING AND CATCHING CHALLENGE How good are you in catching anything thrown to you? Can you throw at different distances and levels? Proper throwing and catching are skills that can be learned through constant practice.       Note: Your teacher will assist you in all activities. Form three groups with the following group names: Group I - Catching Group 2 - Throwing Group 3 - Rolling. Listen to the teacher and sing “Where is the Catching Groups?” to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”
  106. 106. DRAFT April 10, 2014 9    Answer the following questions:  How many members are in the catching group?  How about the throwing group? How many are there?  For the rolling group, how many are there?  How many are present? How many are absent?   Do the warm up and get ready for today’s challenges. Sing “Catching Throwing and Rolling” to the tune of” Are you Sleeping?” with the time signature of 4 4 .                   Form two lines and face each other. Make a distance of 3 to 5 meters.   Throwing and catching are basic to many ball games. Constant practice of throwing and catching will enable you to enjoy playing games without any difficulty or accident.  
  107. 107. DRAFT April 10, 2014 10        Recall the song “CATCHING, THROWING, AND ROLLING” Evaluate your skills based on your performance for manipulative movements. Put a smile figure on the space that matches your answer. (Your teacher will provide you the table or chart) QUARTER 3 Lesson 3: KUNDAY KUNDAY BASICS    
  108. 108. DRAFT April 10, 2014 11    Have you mastered dancing tiklos? If your answer is yes, then you are ready to learn another dance named kunday-kunday. Kunday means to move the hands gracefully in a way similar to kumintang somewhat like a kumintang. When adults want small children to show them some artistic hand movements they are asked to kunday. Kunday is used in Tagalog regions in connection to movements. The kunday movement is noticeable in this dance. (Francisca Reyes Aquino)     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity   Listen to the music of Kunday Kunday. Is it slow or fast? Can you clap in time with the music? Now with your right and left hand, do the kunday in time with the music. Then move your arms in lateral and in reverse “T “while doing the kunday.  Kumintang – Rotate the wrist clockwise or counter clockwise (R/L).  Arms in Lateral – Position- Place both arms at one side, either sideward right or sideward left
  109. 109. DRAFT April 10, 2014 12     Arm in Reverse T- Position - Place your arms at sides horizontally, with elbows bent at a right angle, the forearms parallel to the head, and the palms forward or facing inward. Now, do the change step. Read the desicription and look at the illustration below. (Your teacher will provide you the illustrations)  Change step – Step right foot sideward, close left to the right and step in place with the right foot.  Touch Step. Point right foot forward, close right to the left. Repeat with your left foot Where you able to do the arm movements? How about the change step and point step?                 Group yourselves into four. Perform arm position/movements and the dance steps of kunday-Kunday   Kunday-kunday is a lively dance that originated from the Tagalog region. Kunday means moving the hands gracefully similar to the kumintang. The basic steps used in the dance are change step and point step. Arm movements include kunday, arms in lateral and reverse T position.  
  110. 110. DRAFT April 10, 2014 13        Share your experiences in performing position/ movements and the dance steps of kunday-kunday Combine the dance steps and arm movements. Do 16 counts for each. Do each task properly.You may ask your partner to grade your performance by using the following ratings? Legend: 5 – Excellent 2 – Somewhat Dissatisfactory 4 – Very Satisfactory 1- Dissatisfactory 3 - Satisfactory    
  111. 111. DRAFT April 10, 2014 14    QUARTER 3 Lesson 4 – ENJOYING KUNDAY KUNDAY Look at the children in the picture. What costumes are they wearing? Do you still see People wearing these costumes? Nowadays? Those costumes are worn for the dance Kunday Kunday. Would yiou like to try it?         Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Remember the dance steps and arm movements in kunday kunday. Did you practice at home? If you did, then you are ready to learn the complete dance. In this dance ,you may choose a classmate like your partner or your teacher will assign partners.
  112. 112. DRAFT April 10, 2014 15        Use the arm movements and the dance step you learned. Use the music of kunday-kunday so the students will be familiar with the music and the rhythm. Before anything else, try to study the following terms used in the dance. Partners stand side by side Face Partner
  113. 113. DRAFT April 10, 2014 16    Face Front Now, you listen to the music (Kunday-Kunday) Learn Figures I to IV. Your teacher will show you the complete dance and teach you the dance by figures. Be patient in mastering the steps and the arm movements so you can enjoy the dance. Once you have learned the steps with the music, you will be given time to practice. Practice the dance with music Master the sequence. Dance with the music and enjoy! Kunday-Kunday (Francisco Reyes Aquino) Vol. ____ FORMATION. Partners must stand about six feet apart,and face audiences. The girl must be at the right side of the boy.           Kunday-Kunday – means to move the hands gracefully somewhat like a Kumintang when adults want small children to show them some artistic hand movement, they are asked to kunday. It is used in Tagalog regions in connection with hand movements. The Kunday movement is conspicuous in this dance.
  114. 114. DRAFT April 10, 2014 17    Repeat the dance two or three times so that you wil learn this interesting dance well.   How did you find the dance? Did you enjoy it? Share your experiences. Ckeck {√) your performance by using the following ratings: Legend: 5 – Excellent 2 – Somewhat Dissatisfactory 4 – Very Satisfactory 1 - Dissatisfactory 3 - Satisfactory    
  115. 115. DRAFT April 10, 2014 18    QUARTER 3 Lesson 5 – RING RHYTHMICS The ring is used as an implement for rhythmic routines. It helps develop coordination, gracefulness and confidence. Have you tried creating movements with the use of a ring? Create a simple routine and perform it with music.       Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. To prepare yourself for the activity, do the warm up exercise below (Your teacher will provide you the illustrations)
  116. 116. DRAFT April 10, 2014 19      Find a group and do the assigned task. How did you feel while performing the proper way of handling the ring? Use the rings with proper body mechanics. Follow the Figures 1-4 (Your teacher will provide you the figures) 1. Which part of the steps is fast? 2. Which part of the steps is slow? 3. What force is observed? 4. What flow is applied? 5. Where you able to perform the figures properly?             Stay with your group. Repeat the movements with a ring and execute the figures well.   The ring is one of the many implements that can be used in rhythmic routines. Proper handling of the ring let’s you explore various movements and create shapes and actions.  
  117. 117. DRAFT April 10, 2014 20        Tired? Pause and sing this lively familiar song with an interesting lyrics. “Jake and Jean “ (To the tune of Jack and Jill, By: Voltair C. Asildo) Your teacher will grade your performance by using the following ratings: Legend: 5 – Excellent 4- Very Good 3 –Good 2 – Fair 1 – Needs Improvement    
  118. 118. DRAFT April 10, 2014 21    QUARTER 3 Lesson 6 – BALL RHYTHMICS   Balls are not only used in playing. It can also be used as exercise implements. Try creating a routine with the use of a ball.       Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity Do warm up exercises to prepare for the activities.
  119. 119. DRAFT April 10, 2014 22      Perform the activity with a partner. Do Figures I-III. Figure I Standing Position: Stand with feet together, hands on chest level and palms facing down elbows out. a. Bounce ball count 1 b. Catch ball count 2 c. Repeat a and b counts 3, 4 Figure II Standing Position: Stand with feet together hands on chest level elbows out a. Swing ball circle to the right, ball backward-forward counts 1,2 b. Repeat to the left counts 3, 4 c. Repeat all 4 counts Figure III Standing Position: Stand feet together hands on chest level elbows out a. Throw ball upward, raising arms horizontally upward count 1 b. Catch count 2 c. Single bounce on the floor, swing arm sideward-downward count 7 d. Catch count 4 Use music for the routine. Have fun doing the activity. Follow the rhythmic exercises. (Please do Figures I-IV) Which part of the figure is fast? Which part of the figure is slow? Which part of the figure is light? Which part of the figure is strong?
  120. 120. DRAFT April 10, 2014 23    Do you think you can dance gracefully? What did you do while your teacher was leadin the steps in rhythmic activities?                   Use a ball, and perform again the rhythmic routines in response to time, force and flow.     Sit down in a circle formation and sing Jake & Jean   Ribbons, hoops, balls, wands and other indigenous/improvised materials are simple implements used in exercise. They help develop body coordination, balance and flexibility. These are also materials that serve as extensions of our body. Our targets are: Time – refers to slow, slower, slowest/fast, faster, fastest Force – refers to light, lighter, lightest/strong, stronger, strongest Flow – refers to smoothness of movement     
  121. 121. DRAFT April 10, 2014 24        In a stride sitting position sing Leron, Leron Sinta and use the following week steps: Standing Position: Stride sitting position, ball on chest level elbows out a. Sway body right and left 4 counts b. Twist trunk to the right, swing ball circle, ball backward-forward counts 1, 2 c. Repeat position to the left counts 3, 4 d. Repeat a and c4 counts e. Throw ball upward (overhead), raising arms obliquely upward count 5 f. Catch count 6 g. Single bounce on the floor, swing arm sideward-downward count 7 h. Repeat a to c 4 counts Perform the rhythmic exercises with ball.Use music suited to the activity. Grade your performance.Use the following ratings: Legend: 3 - Very Good 2 - Good 1- Fair Activities Score Feet movements are done accurately Hand movements are done correctly Implements are held properly Performed the whole rhythmic activity with gracefulness  
  122. 122. DRAFT April 10, 2014 25    QUARTER 3 Lesson 7 – LET’S DRIBBLE AND SHOOT Do you know how to play basketball? Do you know how to dribble and shoot?     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity In the previous lesson, you learned the correct body mechanics in doing rhythmic routines with a ball. You will now learn the different techniques of dribbling and shooting ball. You will use these in a simple but challenging fun game. Start the activity by performing the following exercises.
  123. 123. DRAFT April 10, 2014 26      Study and practice how to do perform correct dribbling. A. Head level – refers to dribbling the ball at the head level/head and waist in between. B. Waist level – refers to dribbling the ball at the waist level/waist and in between. C.Knee level – refers to dribbling the ball at the knee level/below.    
  124. 124. DRAFT April 10, 2014 27    Let’s have a shooting game Join any team for this game. Mechanics of the game: (Your teacher will give you the mechanics) Did you enjoy the game? Were you able to bring the ball forward? What do you need to do to score a point?               One, Two and Three… Dribble Away 1. Did you enjoy the game? 2. Did you execute the proper way of dribbling? 3. Did you show sportsmanship in the game? How?               Shooting and dribbling are basic skills in basketball. Learning through fun but challenging games will help you develop coordination and accuracy.   
  125. 125. DRAFT April 10, 2014 28        Take a rest. Form a big circle and sit “Indian style”. Sing the song “ Maglaro Tayo”. Choose a partner. And do the task. Ask your partner to rate your performance. Legend: 3 – Excellent 2 – Satisfactory 1 – Good QUARTER 3 Lesson 8 - TUMBANG PRESO CHALLENGE    
  126. 126. DRAFT April 10, 2014 29    Have you seen children playing Tumbang Preso? Tumbang preso is a game that tests your skills in running, walking, and dodging in slow and fast movements in varying directions. In addition, your agility and accuracy in hitting the target will also be tested.   Do the following exercises to prepare you for the day’s activity. Note: Your teacher will guide you. Now that you have warmed-up, you are ready for the next activity. Activity 1 - Crazy Can (Note: Your teacher will show you the procedure) Activity 2 – Tumbang Preso Let’s play another game. Invite your friends to play Tumbang Preso and use the skills you learned in Crazy Can Your teacher will prepare the venue and materials to be used. You must listen carefully to the mechanics of the game. Did you play Tumbang Preso? What skills did you apply while playing the game? What are the important things to remember in playing Tumbang Preso so you can play better?
  127. 127. DRAFT April 10, 2014 30                Let’s play another game. Invite your classmates to play Hilahang Lubid (Tug of War) and use the skills you learned from the previous games. Note: Your teacher will give you the procedure       Sing any song that you learned from past lessons.   Tumbang Preso is a game that calls for agility, accuracy and speed. You need to walk, run and dodge in varying speeds and directions , to evade being tagged by the “IT”. Your honesty, sportsmanship and self discipline are tested.    
  128. 128. DRAFT April 10, 2014 31    Grade your performance by checking the box that matches your action. (Your teacher will provide you the table or chart)  
  129. 129. DRAFT April 10, 2014   MAPEH Learner’s Material Unit 4 3   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph.
  130. 130. DRAFT April 10, 2014 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  131. 131. DRAFT April 10, 2014 3    Table of Contents Lesson 1 Enjoying Locomotor and Non-Locomotor Movements……………………………………..4 Lesson 2 Fun with Manipulatives……………………………. 9 Lesson 3 Dance Mixers……………………………………….. 12 Lesson 4 Dance Mixers (Kaibigan)…………………………. 15 Lesson 5 Maracas Rhythmic…………………………………. 18 Lesson 6 Stick Rhythmic………………………………………. 20 Lesson 7 Let’s Enjoy Playing Lead Up Games…………….. 22 Lesson 8 Luksong Tinik Challenge…………………………… 24
  132. 132. DRAFT April 10, 2014 4    QUARTER 4 Lesson 1: ENJOYING LOCOMOTOR AND NON-LOCOMOTOR MOVEMENT Learning non-locomotors and locomotors skills requires carefully planned instruction. Practice and early correction of errors will help you analyse your performance.     Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. You are ready now to participate in today’s activities Learn the following warm-up exercise. a. Jog in place (8 counts) walk in place (8 counts) b. Breathing exercise (10 counts) c. Head bend  Forward (4 counts) with hand support  Backward (4 counts) with hand support
  133. 133. DRAFT April 10, 2014 5     Sideward right with hand support (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts) d. Head Twist  Head twist sideward right (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts)  Head twist sideward left (4 counts)  Back to position (4 counts) e. Shoulder circle Start with hands down at the sides  Forward (4 counts) with hands down at the side  Backward (4 counts) with hands down at the side f. Trunk Twist  Arms raised up to the chest with palms facing down  To the right (count 4)  Back to position  Repeat to the left (count 4)  Back to position    
  134. 134. DRAFT April 10, 2014 6        g. Knee stretching/Pushing  Stand straight with feet apart, hands in front touching the lap. (count 4)  Slowly move the body downward . (count 4)  Back to position h. Ankle (foot) Circle  Lift right foot and rotate clockwise 4 counts and counter-clockwise 4 counts.  Repeat with the left foot. i. Starting position: half knee bend  Inhale as you slowly stand up and straighten the knees.  Raise arms slowly sideward, upward. (8 counts.)  Exhale as you slowly bring arms downward to original position.  Repeat 3 times        Let’s combine movements. Come on! Enjoy! Let us sing an action song “If You Want Exercise Jump in Place” to the tune of “When You’re Happy and You Know It”.
  135. 135. DRAFT April 10, 2014 7    “If You Want Exercise ,Jump in Place” By: Virginia T. Mahinay If you want exercise, jump in place If you want exercise, hop in place If you want exercise, bend and twist your body in place If you want exercise walk in place Did you stay in the same place? How did you do it? Let’s name the different movements we just performed. What do you call these two movements done together? Look for a partner and form three groups. Let’s do the activity while singing Sit-si-rit-sit. Directions:  Hold hands with your partner.  Walk towards the first cone and bend your trunk.  Proceed to second cone and twist body from left to right.  Continue walking with your partner.  Turn around the chair, run, hop, jump back to the line and tap the next players.  The team whose players completes the movements first wins. In doing the activity, were all the movements the same? Why? What movements did you do in personal space? How about in general space? What types of movements did you combine?        
  136. 136. DRAFT April 10, 2014 8      Let us sing again and let’s do the action. A Jumping We will Do By: Virginia T. Mahinay (Your teacher will provide you the lyrics of the song) Let’s form four circles, and let’s perform the Movements while singing the song. What movements did you perform while singing “ A Jumping We Will Do”? What did you do with the movements when you put these together? Did you enjoy singing while moving?           The combination of basic movements helps improve physical skills by training the body in personal and general space. Teamwork means dividing the task and contributing to the success of the team.
  137. 137. DRAFT April 10, 2014 9      Let the pupils sing an action song with partner. GOD Said, “I Love You By: Virginia T. Mahinay (Your teacher will provide you the lyrics of the song) What combined movements did you perform while singing the song? Did you enjoy singing the song? Check the column that best describes your performance in today’s activity. (Your teacher will provide you the table chart) QUARTER 4 Lesson 2: FUN WITH MANIPULATIVES Basketball is a popular game. In this lesson you will enjoy doing basic skills in dribbling, passing, rolling and catching. Learning the ability to execute these skills properly will develop your arm strength, hand and feet movements.    
  138. 138. DRAFT April 10, 2014 10    Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity. You are now ready to participate in today’s activities Please refer to the warm up exercise in Lesson 1 of the Q4LM.   Let us perform the different combined movements printed on the flashcards. Let’s do it correctly.  What do you call this object that I hold?  What do you do with a ball?  Can you do it? Let’s perform the Double Dribble movements What movements did you perform? What did you use in performing the activity? How did you use the ball? Did you enjoy playing with each other? Let’s have another game. Let us enjoy. “Hit It” (Your teacher will provide you the mechanics) What movements did you perform in doing the game? Did you enjoy doing the game with your classmates? Why? WALKING WITH  ARMS SIDEWARD  SLIDE LEFT/RIGHT  WITH A TWIST  RUN WITH ARMS  UPWARD   
  139. 139. DRAFT April 10, 2014 11                Activity: Pass it Please V (Your teacher will provide you the activity) What did you do with the ball? In which direction did you go? Did you enjoy playing the game with your group?     Sing any action song that you learned from the previous lesson.   Manipulative skills are done with the use of light implements. It can also be a combination of locomotor and non- locomotor movements. For fun and excitement , it is important to interact with people while playing.    
  140. 140. DRAFT April 10, 2014 12    Put a ( √ ) to describe your performance of the following manipulative skills: Skills Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement 1. Dribbling 2. Passing 3. Catching 4. Kicking QUARTER 4 Lesson 3: DANCE MIXERS DANCE MIXERS Dance Mixers is a kind of participation dance in a social setting that involves changing partners. It encourages skilled dancers to meet new partners and beginners to dance with more advanced partners. Come on let’s do the Dance Mixers!  
  141. 141. DRAFT April 10, 2014 13      Note: Your teacher will assist in every activity. Let’s play upbeat music and do stretching and walking exercises in any direction. forward, backward, sideward) You will form two (2) big circles The boys must face counterclockwise in the inner circle. The girls must face clockwise in the outer circle. Enjoy dancing while singing  Sing “Leron Leron Sinta” several times. Clap your hands as you sing the song for the first time. March in your place as you sing the song for the second time. Look for a New partner Perform the Dance Mixers entitled; KAMAYAN (Shaking Hands) Formation: Space Double circle, boys in the inner circle and facing counter clockwise, girl in the outer cirlce facing clockwise.
  142. 142. DRAFT April 10, 2014 14                  Perform Dance Mixer using different kinds of music.         Let the pupils share their experiences in meeting new friends through Dance Mixer.   Put a check ( √ ) if you agree with the faces that describe your answer and put an ( X ) if not. (Your teacher will provide you the table or chart)   Dance Mixers are fun and enjoyable because these create camaraderie among the participants. Value Infusion: Participate and cooperate in the execution of dance steps in the Dance Mixers to meet new partners/friends    
  143. 143. DRAFT April 10, 2014 15    QUARTER 4 Lesson 4: DANCE MIXERS (KAIBIGAN)       Your teacher will assist you in every activity. Dance Mixers: Kaibigan Execute the following steps:  Step hop  Step swing  Walking clockwise  Do-si-do DANCE MIXERS (KAIBIGAN) Mixers, square dancing, and round dancing are activities that get you on your feet, add fun, help create a comfortable atmostphere, and make socialization a success. The frequent changing of partners is typical of dance mixers.   Are you ready to dance and meet new partners? 
  144. 144. DRAFT April 10, 2014 16      Sing the song: Paruparong Bukid (by: Jeorge Hernandez)               Look for another partner and perform the Kaibigan Dance Mixers.     Form a circle and be seated. Sing the song “Paruparong Bukid.”   Kaibigan is one of the Dance Mixers that can help pupils show their skills in following directions they meet new partners help create comfortable atmosphere and make socialization a success.     
  145. 145. DRAFT April 10, 2014 17    1. Which figure in the dance did you perform well? 2. Which figure in the dance did you find difficult to accomplish? 3. On a scale of 1-5, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest, how can you rate your dance performance in this lesson? 4. Color the stars that describe your overall performance in this lesson.   5 stars ‐ Excellent  4 stars – Very Good  3 stars ‐ Good  2 stars ‐ Fair 1 star ‐ Poor
  146. 146. DRAFT April 10, 2014 18    Quarter 4 Lesson 5: MARACAS RHYTHMICS     Note: your teacher will assist you in every activity. Please refer to the warm up exercises in Lesson 1 of Q4 LM. Let’s demonstrate different movements with the use of maracas. (Your teacher will provide you the different movements). Perform movements using maracas by groups first, then as a class. Group 1 will perform column A while Group 2 will perform column B, Group 3 will perform column C. Then rotate assignments so that you can perform all the skills.                     Performing rythmic routines with improvised maracas is a manipulative skill that develops body coordination, gracefulness, and confidence. It also tests how well the body moves to the rhythm of the music.
  147. 147. DRAFT April 10, 2014 19          Pupils perform the figure while singing “Jake and Jean”. (Your teacher will provide you the figures)   Divide the class into groups. Practice the different positions to the rhythm of the music.     Perform the figures with music. The teacher will grade the pupils according to the following criteria: Legend: 3 – Very Good 2 – Good 1 – Needs Improvement Activities Score Followed the steps accurately with confidence Performed and moved the body to the rhythm of the music Showed cooperation in working with the group
  148. 148. DRAFT April 10, 2014 20    QUARTER 4 Lesson 6: STICK RHYTHMICS How did you do in the previous activities? Did you enjoy performing? Well, It is great you reached this far. In this material, you will be doing more challenging steps that incorporate locomotor and non-locomotor skills. Your gracefulness, balance and body coordination are still developing.You will focus on persons and objects.   (Note: Your teacher will assist you in every activity) Warm up first yourself with these exercises. (Please refer to LM/Q4/Lesson 1) Are you ready? Let’s start with movements of the hands and feet. Let’s start with hand and feet movements. (Your teacher will provide you the activity)
  149. 149. DRAFT April 10, 2014 21                Let’s check how far you have learned. In a stride heel position sing Leron, Leron Sinta using these steps. (Your teacher will give you the steps) Cool yourself while doing this activity. Form a circle and sing any song that you learned. Clap your hands following the rhythm of the song.     Rhythmic routine is an activity that helps us express our feelings and relationships to a person and the objects used. It also helps develop coordination, balance and flexibility. When music is applied it helps our body respond to its rhythm. Person -refers to individual partner or group Objects -refer to ribbons, hoops, balls, and any available indigenous/ improvised material, sound and environment (indoor or outdoor settings).  
  150. 150. DRAFT April 10, 2014 22      Perform the rhythmic exercises with a ball preferably with suitable music. Legend: 3- Very Good 2- Good 1- Fair Activities Score Did feet movements accurately Did hand movements correctly Applied implements are well in hand movements Performed the whole rhythmic activity with gracefulness Had fun in doing the activity QUARTER 4 Lesson 7: LET’S ENJOY PLAYING LEAD UP GAMES Have you experienced dancing or playing with a partner? How about joining a group activity? How did you feel while working or playing with others? Have you experienced playing alone? How did you feel when you played alone?     Note: You teacher will assist you in every activity. Do the warm up exercises in Lesson 1 of Q4 LM
  151. 151. DRAFT April 10, 2014 23        Try to study and enjoy playing the following lead up game Fan the Ball Relay (Your teacher will provide you the activity)                 Try to do the following activity: Push me, Pull me Directions: 1. Get a partner and do a cross sitting position while facing each other. 2. Place both palms together and hold on to each other 3. On the given signal, push and pull each other alternately and slowly like swaying.   We can improve locomotor skills by participating in simple games and relays. We can develop hand and wrist coordination through manipulative skills by learning basic wrist exercises.  

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