PE Midterms

  1. Physical education was considered as ____
    education of the physical
  2. This was considered as a physically educated body
    Well-built physique
  3. The activities of PE were termed as _____, ______, and ______
    drill, physical training, calisthenics
  4. The newer and modern concept of PE is ?
    education through physical activities
  5. In modern PE parlance, what is PE?
    Education through "movement"
  6. He said that movement provides sensory data, and broadens perceptive horizon. Who is he?
    Wunderlich (1967)
  7. PE performs 3 functions which are?
    Biologic, integrative, and social
  8. This function of PE refers to the enhancement of individual growth and development through body movement
    Biologic function
  9. It is a function that refers to personality integration achieved through participation in properly selected PE activities
    Integrative function
  10. This function consists of transmitting values and standards that are consistent with the needs and ideals of society
    Social function
  11. What is physical education?
    Physical education is an integral part of the educational program designed to promote the optimum development of the individual physically, socially, emotionally, and mentally through total body movement in the performance of properly selected physical activities.
  12. It is a major goal of physical education
    Fitness
  13. In the field of PE, the concepts of fitness has implications for _____ (what is the 5 aspects)
    • 1) physical
    • 2) social
    • 3) emotional
    • 4) mental well-being
    • 5) spiritual
  14. It is the ability to live a healthy, satisfying, and useful life
    Fitness
  15. What is fitness?
    It is the ability to live a healthy, satisfying, and useful life
  16. The meaning of fitness is termed as _____ by educational philosophers and thinkers
    Good life
  17. Living this life means that an individual satisfies his basic needs as physical well-being, love, affection, security and self respect.
    Good life
  18. 5 objectives of physical educations (PSEMS)
    • 1) Physical development
    • 2) Social development
    • 3) Emotional development
    • 4) Mental development
    • 5) Spiritual development
  19. What objective?
    An individual who participates actively will develop and maintain good health and high level of physical fitness.




    D) Physical Development
  20. What objective?
    It provides the opportunities for the development of desirable social traits needed for adjustment to the social life.




    D) Social development
  21. What objective?
    Offers opportunities for self-expression and emotional mastery.




    C) Emotional development
  22. What objective?
    The individual develops his mental capacities as he learns the mechanical principles underlying movement.




    A) Mental development
  23. What objective?
    Motivate the individual to participate in physical activities, hence his growth and development will be enhanced




    B) Physical development
  24. What objective?
    An individual acquires knowledge and understanding of rules and strategies, and discovers ways of improving his movements.




    C) Mental Development
  25. Example of Traits in social development
    Friendliness, cooperation, respect for the right of others, good sportsmanship, good leadership/followership, honesty in group competition
  26. Example of traits in emotional development
    Self-confidence, self-control, self-reliance, courage, determination
  27. What objective?
    Self-confidence, self-control, self-reliance, courage, determination
    Emotional development
  28. What objective?
    Friendliness, cooperation, respect for the right of others, good sportsmanship, good leadership/followership, honesty in group competition
    Social development
  29. It is the primary specific objective in teaching physical education




    B) Physical fitness
  30. It is the ability to perform one's daily tasks efficiently without undue fatigue but with extra reserve in case of emergency.
    Physical fitness
  31. Physical fitness is?
    It is the ability to perform one's daily tasks effieciently without undue fatigue but with extra reserve in case of emergency.
  32. Components of physical fitness
    • 1) organic vigor
    • 2) endurance
    • 3) strength
    • 4) power
    • 5) flexibility
    • 6) agility
    • 7) balance
    • 8) speed
  33. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the soundness of the heart and the lungs which contributes to the ability to resist disease




    C) Organic vigor
  34. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the ability to sustain long continued contractions where a number of muscle group are used




    B) Endurance
  35. What component of physical fitness?
    The capacity to bear or last long in a certain task without undue fatigue




    D) Endurance
  36. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the capacity to sustain the application of force without yielding or breaking




    B) Strength
  37. What component of physical fitness?
    The ability of the muscles to exert effort against resistance




    D) Strength
  38. What component of physical fitness?
    It refers to the ability of the muscles to release maximum force in the shortest period of time




    A) Power
  39. What component of physical fitness?
    It is a quality of plasticity which gives the ability to do a wide range of movement




    A) Flexibility
  40. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the ability of the individual to change direction or position in space with quickness and lightness of movement




    B) Agility
  41. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the ability to control organic equipment neuro-muscularly




    D) Balance
  42. What component of physical fitness?
    State of equilibrium
    Balance
  43. What component of physical fitness?
    It is the ability to make successive movements of the same kind in the shortest period of time




    A) Speed
  44. Presidential decree No. 6-A entitled as ____
    Educational Development Decree of 1972
  45. Agility is the ability to make successive movements of the same kind in the shortest period of time. Balance is a state of equilibrium.




    C) The second statement is correct.
  46. Give 3 purpose of Physical Education
    • 1) To develop optimum physical fitness and health.
    • 2) To produce individuals who can contribute to the economic well-being.
    • 3) To train good leaders with moral integrity of the highest order.
    • 4) To develop creativity and innovativeness.
    • 5) To instill a love of and pride for our rich cultural heritage.
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