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    PhysicalEducation

    11

    MALHOTRA BOOK DEPOT(Producers of Quality Books)

    Based on the latest CBSE syllabus

    ByR.D. Kansal

    M.A., M.P.E., N.I.S.Former Head Department of Physical Education

    D.A.V. College, Jalandhar

    Deepali Kansal

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  • SYLLABUSPHYSICAL EDUCATION–XI

    Periods: 180 THEORY Max. Marks: 70

    Unit I: Changing Trends & Career in Physical Education

    ► Define Phy. Edu., Its Aims & Objectives ► Development of Phy. Edu. - Post Independence

    ► Concept & Principles of Integrated Phy. Edu.

    ► Concept & Principles of Adaptive Phy. Edu.

    ► Special Olympic Bharat

    ► Career Options In Phy. Edu.

    Unit II: Physical Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle

    ►Meaning & Importance of Physical Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle ►Components of physical fitness

    ►Components of wellness

    ►Preventing Health Threats Through Lifestyle Change

    ►Components of Positive Lifestyle

    Unit III: Olympic Movement

    ►Ancient & Modern Olympics ►Olympic Symbols, Ideals, Objectives & Values

    ►International Olympic Committee

    ►Indian Olympic Association

    ►Dronacharya Award, Arjuna Award & Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award

    ►Organisational set-up of CBSE Sports & Chacha Nehru Sports Award

    ►Paralympic Movement

    Unit IV: Yoga

    ►Meaning & Importance of Yoga ►Yoga as an Indian Heritage

    ►Elements of Yoga

    ►Introduction to - Asanas, Pranayam, Mediation & Yogic Kriyas

    ►Physiological benefits of Asana & Pranayam

    ►Prevention & Management of Common Lifestyle Diseases; Obesity, Asthma, Diabetes, Hyper-Tension & Back-Pain

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  • Unit V: Doping

    ►Concept & classification of doping ►Prohibited Substances & Methods

    ►Athletes Responsibilities

    ►Side Effects of Prohibited Substances

    ►Ergogenic aids & doping in sports

    ►Doping control procedure

    Unit VI: Physical Activity Environment

    ►CIntroduction to physical activity ►Concept & need of sports environment

    ►Essential elements of positive sports environment

    ►Principles of physical activity environment

    ►Components of health related fitness

    ►Behaviour change technique for physical activity

    ►Exercise Guidelines at different stages of growth

    Unit VII: Test & Measurement in Sports

    ►Define Test & Measurement ►Importance of Test & Measurement In Sports

    ►Calculation of BMI & Waist – Hip Ratio

    ►Somato Types (Endomorphy, Mesomorphy & Ectomorphy)

    ►Procedures of Anthropromatric Measurement – Height, Weight, Arm & Leg Length And Skin Fold

    Unit VIII: Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology

    ►Define Anatomy, Physiology & Its Importance ►Function of Skeleton System, Classification of Bones & Types of Joints

    ►Properties of Muscles

    ►Function & Structure of Muscles

    ►Function & Structure of Respiratory System, Mechanism of Respiration

    ►Structure of Heart & Introduction to Circulatory System

    ►Oxygen debt, second-wind

    Unit IX: Biomechanics & Sports

    ►Meaning & Importance of Biomechanics in Phy. Edu. & Sports ►Newton‘s Law of Motion and its application in sports

    ►Levers & Its Types and its application in sports

    ►Equilibrium – Dynamic & Static and Centre of Gravity and its application in sports

    ►Force – Centrifugal & Centripetal and its application in sports

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  • Unit X: Psychology & Sports

    ►Definition & Importance of Psychology in Phy. Edu. & Sports ►Define & Differentiate Between Growth & Development

    ►Developmental Characteristics at Different Stage of Development

    ►Adolescent Problems & Their Management

    ►Define Learning, Laws of Learning & Transfer of Learning

    ►Plateau & causes of plateau

    ►Emotion: Concept & controlling of emotion

    Unit XI: Training In Sports

    ►Meaning & Concept of Sports Training ►Principles of Sports Training

    ►Warming up & limbering down

    ►Load, Adaptation & Recovery

    ►Skill, Technique & Style

    ►Symptoms of Over-load & How to Overcome it

    PRACTICAL Max. Marks: 30

    01. Physical Fitness 05 Marks

    02. Athletics–Any two events–Sprints & Jumps* 05 Marks

    03. Health & Fitness Activities–Medicine Ball/Thera Tube/Pilates/Rope Skipping (Any one) 05 Marks

    04. Skill of any one Individual Game of choice from the given list*** 05 Marks

    05. Viva 05 Marks

    06. Record File** 05 Marks

    *The events being opted must be other than from those administered under Physical Fitness Test.

    ** 1. Write benefits of Medicine Ball, Thera Tube & Pilates.

    2. Measure BMI of ten members from family or neighbourhood & show graphical representation of the data.

    3. Draw a neat diagram of Standard Track with all its specifications. Mention all the Track & Field Events.

    Mention the latest records at Indian, World & Olympic Level.

    *** Badminton, Judo, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo & Tennis

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  • 2

    Changing Trends

    and Careers in

    Physical Educati

    on

    Meaning and Defin

    ition of Physical Ed

    ucation

    Physical educatio

    n: It is difficult to

    give a single de

    finition of physica

    l education. Phys

    ical education is

    undergoing a cons

    tant change in its f

    orm, functions and

    structure. From th

    e ancient times till

    today, we have

    adopted specific p

    hysical education s

    ystem according t

    o needs of the so

    ciety and country,

    and each system

    is still undergoing

    a change. That i

    s why different sc

    holars have advan

    ced different defi

    nitions of physica

    l

    education from tim

    e to time.

    Charles A Bucher c

    onsiders that “Phy

    sical education, an

    integral part of the

    total education pr

    ocess, is a field

    of endeavour whi

    ch has as its aim th

    e development of p

    hysically, mentally,

    emotionally and s

    ocially fit citizens

    through the mediu

    m of social activiti

    es, which have be

    en selected with a

    view to realize th

    e outcomes.”

    The above views a

    bout general educ

    ation and physical

    education make it

    clear that general

    education and

    physical education

    are not different

    in their objectives.

    The objectives in

    general education

    are realised from

    the lectures delive

    red in classrooms

    and studies, where

    as these objective

    s are met through

    physical activities

    in physical educatio

    n.

    Physical education

    deals with the kno

    wledge pertaining

    to human body. It

    gives direction in t

    he development

    and growth of the

    body, and its mean

    s are physical exer

    cises. Many schola

    rs have given defin

    itions about this

    subject, some of w

    hich are given bel

    ow:

    D Oberteuffer sa

    ys, “Physical educ

    ation is the sum

    of those experien

    ces which come

    to the individual

    through movement

    .”

    According to R C

    assidy, “Physical ed

    ucation is the sum

    of change in an in

    dividual caused by

    experiences

    which bring in mo

    tor activity.”

    JB Nash thinks, “P

    hysical education is

    that phase of the

    whole field of ed

    ucation that deals

    with big muscle

    activities and their

    related responses

    .”

    According to JF W

    illiams, “Physical ed

    ucation is the sum

    of a person’s phy

    sical activities selec

    ted as to kind

    and conducted as

    to outcomes.”

    SYLLABUS

    Define Physical

    Education

    Aims and Objec

    tives of Physical Ed

    ucation

    Development of

    Physical Educatio

    n – Post

    Independence

    Concepts and P

    rinciples of Integr

    ated Physical

    Education

    Concepts and P

    rinciples of Adapte

    d Physical

    Education

    Career Option

    s in Physical Educ

    ation

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  • Physical Education15

    Changing

    Trends an

    d Careers

    in Physic

    al Educati

    on

    Q.4. D

    efineadap

    tedphysic

    aleducati

    on.

    Ans. Ad

    apted ph

    ysical ed

    ucation c

    an be de

    fined as

    a diversifi

    ed progra

    mme of

    activities,

    especial

    ly

    designed

    for an ind

    ividual, w

    ho meets

    verificatio

    n criteria

    for phys

    ical, men

    tal or em

    otional dis

    abling

    condition

    s and is no

    t able to

    participat

    e safely a

    nd succes

    sfully, wit

    hout mod

    ification,

    to the reg

    ular

    physical e

    ducation

    on service

    s.

    Q.5. W

    hatdoyo

    umeanby

    integrate

    dphysica

    leducatio

    n?

    Ans. Th

    e concep

    t of integ

    rated phy

    sical educ

    ation is b

    ased on

    learning a

    nd drawin

    g informa

    tion from

    multiple d

    isciplines.

    SHORT A

    NSWER T

    YPE QU

    ESTION

    S (60 Wo

    rds)

    Q.1. Ex

    plainthe

    concepto

    fintegrate

    dphysica

    leducatio

    n.

    Ans. Th

    e concep

    t of integ

    rated phy

    sical educ

    ation is b

    ased on

    learning a

    nd drawin

    g informa

    tion from

    multiple

    disciplines

    . Its ultim

    ate aim is

    to get th

    e best po

    ssible perf

    ormance

    of players

    by provid

    ing

    them info

    rmation, p

    rocesses

    and scient

    ific metho

    ds. This k

    nowledge

    can be u

    sed by bo

    th the pla

    yers

    and coac

    hes to de

    velop bett

    er approa

    ch and un

    derstand

    ing of spo

    rts.

    Q.2. W

    hatareth

    eobjectiv

    esofphys

    icaleduca

    tion?

    Ans. (i

    ) Physica

    l develop

    ment

    (ii

    ) Mental

    developm

    ent

    (iii

    ) Social d

    evelopme

    nt

    (iv

    ) Neurom

    uscular d

    evelopme

    nt and co

    ordination

    .

    Q.3. D

    escribeth

    ecareeri

    nsportsin

    dustry.

    Ans. Th

    ere is a v

    ast scope

    of caree

    r in sport

    s-related

    industry.

    One can

    establish i

    ndustry to

    manufact

    ure

    sports eq

    uipment a

    nd other

    related g

    oods. The

    industrial

    ist must h

    ave the k

    nowledge

    of sport

    s for

    making th

    e sports e

    quipmen

    t such as

    bat, ball,

    hockey, fo

    otball, etc

    . If the ind

    ustrialist

    does not

    know

    even the

    length, br

    eadth an

    d thickne

    ss of the

    bat, he ca

    nnot man

    ufacture i

    t.

    Q.4. W

    hatisthe

    importa

    nceofphy

    sicaleduc

    ation?Giv

    eanytwo

    points.

    Ans. (i

    ) Emotion

    aldevelop

    ment: Ma

    ny comp

    etitive sp

    orts deve

    lop the e

    motional

    qualities

    which are

    essential fo

    r socialisa

    tion. For

    instance

    a boxer,

    while box

    ing is emo

    tionally ag

    gressive, b

    ut after

    the bout,

    he shakes

    hand wi

    th the op

    ponent by

    converti

    ng his an

    ger into a

    ffection.

    (ii

    ) Channe

    lising sur

    plusener

    gy: It is

    evident fr

    om surp

    lus energ

    y theory

    that ever

    y individu

    al,

    especially

    a child, p

    ossesses

    extra ene

    rgy, which

    should be

    channelis

    ed const

    ructively.

    SHORT A

    NSWER T

    YPE QU

    ESTION

    S (100 W

    ords)

    Q.1. W

    riteabri

    efnoteon

    National

    Institute

    ofSport

    s,Patiala.

    Ans. Th

    e Netaji S

    ubhas Na

    tional Inst

    itute of S

    ports, Pa

    tiala was

    establishe

    d in 1961

    . It monito

    rs all the

    sports ac

    tivities wit

    hin the co

    untry. Its p

    rimary du

    ty is to pr

    oduce hig

    h class co

    aches and

    their pro

    per

    appointm

    ent. If we

    scrutinise

    the histo

    ry of Indi

    an sports,

    we find

    the workin

    g of this

    organisat

    ion

    appreciab

    le. The in

    stitute is

    providing

    a variety

    of good

    and dedi

    cated coa

    ches, wh

    o in turn

    are

    producing

    good pla

    yers at th

    e nationa

    l and Inte

    rnational

    levels.

    Q.2. W

    hatisphy

    sicaleduc

    ation?Wh

    atareits

    aims?

    Ans. Ph

    ysical edu

    cation is a

    n educati

    on which

    develops

    harmonio

    us growth

    and dev

    elopmen

    t of a child

    .

    Aim

    of physic

    al educati

    on: Accor

    ding to J.F

    . William

    , physical

    education

    should a

    im to pr

    ovide

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    HIGHLIGHTS important questions which must be studied General Instructions

    1. All questions are compulsory. 2. Question paper carries Part A and B. 3. Answer to question carrying 1 mark should be in approximately 30 words. 4. Answer to question carrying 2 marks should be in approximately 60 words. 5. Answer to question carrying 3 marks should be in approximately 100 words. 6. Answer to question carrying 5 marks should be in approximately 150–200 words. 1. What is physical fitness?

    1

    2. Define Fat.

    1

    3. Define internal Training.

    1

    4. What is scoliosis?

    1

    5. Define Yoga.

    1

    6. What do you mean by positive environment?

    1

    7. What is seeding?

    1

    8. Define moral attitude in sports.

    1

    9. Differentiate between intramural and extramural.

    2

    10. Write down any two effects on physical fitness and wellness. 2

    11. Write the advantages of Balance posture.

    2

    12. List the elements of positive environment.

    2

    13. What is Balance diet. Name the continuant of Balance diet. 2

    14. Write down the corrective exercises for the deformities of posture. 3

    15. Write the characteristic development of a child.

    3

    16. How will you manage the problem of adolescent?

    3

    17. Write the points which will you bear in mind to organise health sun of yours institutor. 3

    18. Write the role of spectators and media to create positive sports environment in games and sports.

    5

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  • CONTENTS

    1 Changing Trends and Careers in Physical Education 2 – 16 2 Physical Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle 17 – 26 3 The Olympic Movement 27 – 44 4 Yoga 45 – 78 5 Doping 79 – 85 6 Physical Activity Environment 86 – 97 7 Test and Measurement in Sports 98 – 107 8 Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology 108 – 137 9 Biomechanics and Sports 138 – 144 10 Psychology and Sports 145 – 167 11 Training and Sports 168 – 182

    1 Rules of Games: Badminton 184 – 190 2 Judo 191 – 196 3 Swimming 197 – 202 4 Table Tennis 203 – 208 5 Taekwondo 209 – 213 6 Lawn Tennis 214 – 220 7 Health and Fitness Activities 221 – 243

    Model Test Papers-I & II M-1 – M-4

    PART–I

    PART–II

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  • Changing Trends and Careers in Physical Education

    Physical Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle

    The Olympic Movement

    Yoga

    Doping

    Physical Activity Environment

    Test and Measurement in Sports

    Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

    Biomechanics and Sports

    Psychology and Sports

    Training and Sports

    Part I

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