Our students had to design a power point presentation about healthy living.
Yr.9 to 11 Term 3 Physical Education/Health Project.
Prepare and present a power point, covering healthy lifestyles, health related fitness components, fitness, healthy eating, or a combination. Your presentation will be presented in class.
Your presentation will include 5 to 9 slides and your verbal time will be two to three minutes.
Your written project can be e-mailed to Ms Hannelie and Mr Pat.
The due date will be 23 May.
The class presentation will take place the following two weeks.
Your effort will be graded on both the written and oral presentation. The total percentage will be 30% of your third term grade.
Yr. 7 and 8 Term 3 Physical Education/ Health Project
Prepare and present a photo presentation covering healthy lifestyles, health related fitness components, fitness, healthy eating, or a combination. Your presentation will be presented in class.
Your presentation should include a minimum of 9 photos, on A2 size paper, and your verbal class presentation time will be one to two minutes.
Your project, to Ms. Hannelie and Mr. Pat, will be due 23 May. Your class presentation will take place the following two weeks. Your effort will be graded on both the written and oral presentation. The total percentage will be 30% of the third term grade.
EXTRA 5 BONUS POINTS WOULD BE AWARDED, IF TURNED IN, BEFORE 21 MAY (FROM YR. 7 TO 11)
CREATED by: Habiba, Ibrahim abdelghaffar (yr. 10)
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What is tinikling?
Tinikling is the national folk dance of the Philippines.
The dance is performed with two individuals beating two 8' to 12’ long poles, usually bamboo, in a given rhythm.
Dancers move in varied foot patterns (sequences) through the poles.
*One of the histories of Tinikling: when Spaniards ruled Spain and wanted to punish the indigenous Filipino workers they would have other workers beat a pair of bamboo poles together trapping ankles of the 'misbehaving' Filipinos. To keep from being injured the Filipino's developed rhythms to keep the workers from being further injured.
Another history explains how farmers set bamboo traps in the rice paddies to trap local "Tikling birds", which would eat the rice seedlings. Children watching how the bird would evade the traps by stepping through the bamboo invented the game!
Tinikling involves coordination, group work and problem solving, sequencing, cardiovascular and flexibility fitness components, as well as being fun!
Enjoy the video about tinikling...