Physcial And Health Education (P.H.E)

PHE (Primary Classes)

MODE OF DRUGS AND CONSEQUENCES

There are five methods of drug use which allow drugs to enter the body: Swallowing Smoking Snorting Through suppositories Injecting   MODES OF DRUGS USE  Normal Use of Drugs  These are drugs that produce desired effects. That is, when we use drugs according to doctor’s prescription. Normal use of drugs makes us get well. Examples […]

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NATURE OF DRUG ABUSE AND ITS EFFECTS

Substance abuse are drug abuse and taking without the doctor’s advice or prescription. Some substance when taken changes the action of the body. Examples of substance are heroine, cocaine, Indian hemp, etc. EXAMPLES OF DRUGS MADE FROM INTERACTION BETWEEN CHEMICALS Aspirin Paracetamol Cough mixture Chloroquine Chloramphenicol Valium Antibiotics, etc. EXAMPLES OF SUBSTANCES ABUSE  Heroin Cocaine

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Benefits of Safety Rules in Physical and Health Education

The knowledge of safety education prevents injury on the playground. It prevents body deformity. It helps to avoid accidents. It helps to develop the pupils’ physicålly. It helps to maintain environmental cleanliness. Knowledge about safety encourages children to play freely without any fear. Presentation Step I: Teacher revises the previous topic. Step II: Teacher introduces

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Conditions that require First Aid

Some conditions that require first aid are Bleeding Fainting Wound (Bruises) Heat exhaustion Fracture Dislocation Vomiting Explanations of some conditions that require first aid Bleeding This happens when blood is coming out of the body as å result of å cut in the skin. Blood may also come out from the nose as å result

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First Aid

First aid is an immediate help given to an injured person before proper treatment by å doctor. It is help given to å person who suddenly falls sick or has an accident before the actual treatment in the hospital. Materials found in the first aid box Materials found in the first aid box include: A

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Ways of Improving Sleep

Be quiet for å while before going to bed. Å noisy place is not good for sleeping. There should be enough air in the room. Cover yourself with warm clothing Sleep where there is no bright light. Do not sleep in å room with too many people We need sleep, rest, food and enough exercises

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Importance of Resting

Å good sleep and rest help us to: Work properly. Think easily and clearly. Act quickly and correctly. Communicate clearly. Learn fast. Be attentive. Be mentally and physically sound daily.   Factors Affecting Sleep These are things or situations that will not allow you to sleep or sleep well. You may not be able to

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Rest and Sleep

Rest This is the way we relax our body and brain after the day’s work. Sleep This is the best form of rest that helps the body and brain to rest well. After the rest, they will have enough strength to work properly.   Ways to rest We can rest by playing games like: Snakes

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Air Pollution

Air is made unsafe for breathing when it contains unpleasant odour from fåeces, dirt, poisonous gas and other rubbish. When air is polluted, it causes diseases or germs to spread to people. This can cause cough, small pox, chicken pox, tuberculosis (TB) and measles.   Polluted air can also cause suffocation. If people suffering from

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TYPES OF SWIMMING STROKE

Swimming is an individual sport in which one requires to move the entire body inside (through) water.  This helps in exercising the muscles without putting the load on bone joints. There are basically 5 types of swimming or strokes in which you can swim. Let us discuss each type’s technique, benefits, muscles involved, etc. in

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HISTORY OF WRESTLING

The sport or activity of grappling with an opponent and trying to throw or hold them down on the ground, typically according to a code of rules. Wrestling is a general term for a combat sport between two competitors involving grappling type techniques. The main objective in most forms of wrestling is to pin down

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IMPORTANCE OF MARTIAL ARTS

Martial arts have become an important part of many people’s lives, among both adults and children. Parents enroll their kids at schools to improve their focus and discipline. Many adults have made the practice of martial arts a way of life.   Why are the arts important and why do they play such a central

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MARTIAL ARTS

MEANING OF MARTIAL ARTS Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practiced for a number of reasons such as self-defense; military and law enforcement applications; competition; physical, mental and spiritual development; and entertainment or the preservation of a nation’s intangible cultural heritage. The term martial arts refer to all of the various systems

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Physical and Health Challenges

Drug Education ‘Drug’ is any chemical substance other than food which is intended to affect the functions of the body. A drug can be harmful if taken in a dosage not prescribed by the doctor, or taken too frequently for unjustified reasons. Drug use refers to the taking of drugs for an intended purpose in

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Swimming

Swimming: Basic swimming skills, basic swimming Strokes Swimming stroke is the method of moving the arms and legs to push against the water, and propel the swimmer forward. We shall further learn the basic skills in swimming. T hese are: 1 Butterfly stroke 2 Breaststroke 3 Freestyle 4 Crawl 5 Backstroke Basic skills in swimming

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Martial Art

Martial art: Karate History, importance Rules and regulations of karate Taekwondo history, importance Rules and regulation Official and their duties, Skills of taekwondo.   HISTORY OF KARATE Historical background Karate was invented in Okinwate in China. It was later developed to meet global acceptance. It was introduced to Nigeria through the armed forces. It was

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Computer Games

Meaning and types of Computer games Component of computer game   e.g. mouse, keyboard, monitor, ups, control pad   Etc. Computer The computer is an electronic device which can receive information (input), store information for a period of time, and can process and give out data as output. A game is an activity or sport usually involving skill, knowledge, or

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Recreation

Recreation: Leisure and dancing activities Dance: local dances and examples, reason why People dance Costume What is dance? Dance is expressive movement of turning, twisting and rolling of the body (parts) to conform to the rhythm of a sound, beat or music. It is a way of expressing our inner feeling of joy and happiness.

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Gymnastic: Stunts

Gymnastic: Stunts (I) Sit up (II). Crab walks (III).   Cart wheel (IV). Head stand Stunts and tumbling activities Gymnastics comprises a series of motor skills. It includes activities performed on the floor and on apparatus. Floor activities could also be called stunts and tumbling. They are performed on the floor or ground without the use

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