How to Create a Safe and Inclusive Learning Environment for LGBTQIA+ Students

Physical Education 6 Quarter 1 – Module 2: Striking/Fielding Games

This module was designed and written for you to know the nature/ background of Striking/fielding games and the mechanics on how to play these games. There are traditional Filipino Games or Indigenous games in the Philippines (also known as Laro ng Lahi) commonly played by children. You will also learn the different safety precautions before and during games. It is to help you value the importance of games and the emotions one feels when playing such games and its impact to one’s health. The scope of this module permits it to be used in many different learning situations. The language used recognizes the diverse vocabulary level of students. The lessons are arranged to follow the standard sequence of the course. But the order in which you read them can be changed to correspond with the textbook you are now using.

These modules are divided into four lessons, namely:

Module 2 Fielding Games

• Lesson 1 – Introduction to Striking/Fielding Games

• Lesson 2 – Enjoying Shatong

• Lesson 3 – Introduction to Striking Game: Basagang palayok

• Lesson 4 – Let’s Enjoy the Game

After going through this module, you are expected to:

1. assess regularly participation in physical activities based on the Philippines physical activity pyramid (PE6PF-lb-h-18)

2. observes safety precautions (PE6GS-lb-h-3)

3. executes the different skills involved in the game (PE6GS-ic-h-4)

4. display joy of effort, respect for others and fair play during participation in physical activities. (PE6PF-llb-h-18)

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