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  Bacan National High School Bacan, Banga, Aklan LESSON PLAN in PHYSICAL EDUCATION and HEALTH –  Grade 11 Subject Teacher: RIZA I. SIBULLAS Teaching Time and Date: 7:20-8:20 AM/February 1, 2019 Quarter: Second Semester I. OBJECTIVES  A. CONTENT STANDARD The learner demonstrates understanding of sports in optimizing one’s health as a habit; as requisite for physical activity assessment performance, and as a career opportunity. B. PERFORMANCE STANDARD The learner lead sports event with proficiency and confidence resulting in independent pursuit and in influencing others positively. C. LEARNING COMPETENCIES  At the end of the unit, learners will be able to: 1. Recognizes one’s potential for sports related career opportunities. Code: PEH11FH-IIp-q-16 2. Organizes sports event for a target health issue and concern. Code: PEH11FH-IIo-t-16 Specific Objectives: 1. Define Single Elimination tournament format. 2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of single elimination tournament format. 3. Make a diagram/schedule of a game using a single elimination tournament format. II. CONTENT SINGLE ELIMINATION III. LEARNING RESOURCES  A. References Physical Education and Health Vol. I, pages 98-102, Physical Education and Health 7 LM, pages 66-69,,,    B. Materials TV, Laptop, cartolina IV. PROCEDURES  A. Prayer B. Greetings C. Checking of Attendance D. Motivation With the music, the Teacher will lead a dance exercise using a multimedia presentation.  V. LESSON PROPER  A. ACTIVITY Here’s How:   Students will be divided into four groups. Each group will be given letters cut into pieces. Each group will arrange the letters to complete the word. The group to finish last in arranging the letters will be eliminated. The group remain will win the game. Mechanics of the game: 1. B. ANALYSIS 1. How do you find the activity? 2. Is the activity easy or difficult? What makes it easy? What makes it difficult? 3. How the winner of the game was determined? C. ABSTRACTION The teacher will discuss/lecture the lesson using multi-media. Single Elimination - Also known as the Knock-out System - Is when a player or team loses, they get eliminated; the winning player or team continues to play to the next round. This happen until there is only one team left, which will be declared the winner. This is usually used when time is limited while sacrificing maximum play. - It is the simplest to arrange and fastest way to proclaim the winner. - Best use when: o  When the number of entries is large o  When the time is short o  When the number of playing venue is limited How to compute the number of games? 1. Compute the number of games using the formula in Single type of tournament. Formula : G=N-1 Where: G= number of games N= number of entries 2. Compute the number of byes using the formula: Formula: bye=  -N Where: P  –  least power of 2 higher than N  Fixed value  –   2,4,8,16,32…(2x2=4x2…)  N- number of entries Bye  –   entitles a team or player to advance to the next round without playing Advantages and Disadvantages of Single Elimination Tournament format 1. Sportsmanship  2. Bato-bato Pick  Steps in making a diagram: 1. Assign letters/numbers to the participating teams. 2. Underline each letters. 3. Assign byes and pair the remaining teams. 4. Write the game numbers.  A. APPLICATION Ask students the following: 1. What is single elimination? 2. When is single elimination tournament format best apply in the conduct of a sport event? 3. Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of using single elimination format in a sport event, Board Work. The teacher will ask two or three students to write in the board. Students will make a diagram using single elimination format for 6 and 7 teams. Others will practice making a diagram in the paper. VI. EVALUATION 1. It is a type of elimination tournament where the loser of each match-up is immediately eliminated from the tournament. 2. It refers to a player or team that advances to the next round. 3. What is the formula to get the number of games in a tournament? 4. How many is the number of byes if there are 10 entries? 5. Make a diagram of a game with eight entries using single elimination format. *Rubrics will be used in the assessment. VII. ASSIGNMENT Look for the definition of Double elimination tournament format.    VIII. REMARKS   IX. REFLECTION   A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation   B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation who scored below 80%.   C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson. D. No of learners who continue to require remediation. Prepared by: RIZA I. SIBULLAS Checked by: Teacher III CATHERINE S. INSON Master Teacher II
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