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Section 2



Read the following carefully:

l. This paper consists of TWO (2) sections. There are forty (40) Multiple Choice
questions in Section I and six (6) structured questions in Section II.

Z. Fill in the following information on the Multiple-Choice answer sheet using aZHB
pencil only (if it has not been completed already):
- School's Name
- School's ID
- Student's Name
- Student's Number
- Date of Birth

3. Attempt all questions in Section L Record your answers on the Multiple Choice
answer sheets Provided.

4. Answer all questions in Section II in the spaces provided in this booklet.

5. you should spend approximately fifty (50) minutes on Section I and forty (40)
minutes on Section lI.

6. On the Multiple Choice answer sheet DO NOT

o Write anything on the top and sides
o Staple
o Punch holes
o Tear
o Make stray marks
7. Complete the following on the cover of this test booklet:

- Student's name

- Student's number

- School's name

- School's ID

8. If you are finished before time is called, go back and check your work'

There are forty (40) questions in this section with four (4) options A, B, c, and D.
You are required to answer ALL questions. select only oNE (l) option.

l. Which one of the following best describes 5. Why is personal hygiene important in
the frequency element of FITT for physical education?
improving fitness?
A. to avoid minor infections
A. how hard you exercise B. to be more successful
B. the type of exercise you choose C. to be able to lift and carry equipment
C. the length of time you take to exercise D. to keep the equipment clean
D. the number of days vou exercise

6. Which of the following would ensure

2. For peak performance, an athlete healthy joints?

A. increases the length of a training A. use of massage oil

session. B. eating more red meat
B. decreases the intensity of anaerobic C. lifting very heavy weights
training. D. maintaining a healthy weight
C. increases the intensity of aerobic
D. decreases the length of a training 7. Which of the following bones meet to form
session. the elbow joint?

A. femur and pelvis
J. The principles of training involve B. humerus and femur
C. humerus, tibia and fibula
A. progression, specificity, overtraining, D. humerus, radius and ulna
B. specificity, moderation, progression,
overload. 8. An athlete with good cardio-vascular
C. reversibility, progression, specificity, endurance usually has
D. specificity, progression, reversibility, A. a faster pulse rate.
B. higher blood pressure.
C. a stronger heart.

4. The phases of a training session are D. a smaller lung capacity.

A. warm up, fitness, skills, cool down.

B. fitness, skills warm up, cool down.
C. skills, waffn up, cooldown, fitness.
D. warm up, skills, fitness, cool down.
9. Which one of the following is an example 13. Which is the correct sequence of blood
of a hinge joint? vessels from the heart through the body and
back to the heart?
A. the shoulder joint
B. the hip joint A. veins, arteries, caPillaries
C. the knee joint B. capillaries, arteries, veins
D. the wrist joint C. veins, capillaries, arteries
D. arteries, capillaries, veinY

10. The process by which food is broken down

so that nutrients can be absorbed by the 14. What is the correct order of the processes
body is known as performed by the digestive sYstem?

A. excretion. A. digestion, absorption, excretion, ingestion

B. digestion. B. ingestion, digestion, absorption, excretion
C. absorption, ingestion, excretion, digestion
C. circulation. D. excretion, digestion ingestion, absorption
D. respiration.

15. What functions do the white blood cells in

ll. Marsha hit her head in an accident. Weeks
the circulatory sYstem Perform?
later, she had difficulty remembering simple
things. Which part of the brain may NOT be
functioning well? A. digest food
B. give the blood its colour
C. carry oxygen
A. cerebrum
D. fight diseases
B. medulla oblongata
C. thalamus
D. cerebellum

12. The tissue covering the ends of bones at

joints is called the

A. capsule.
B. membrane.
C. cartilage.
D. ligament.
Questions 16 & l7 are based on the diagram 20. Which of the following diseases is the result
below: of poor weight control due to over eating?

A. anorexia
B. diabetes
C. obesity
D. anaemia

21. Oxygen debt is when the

A. supply of oxygen is greater than the

16. Give the name of the area labelled X. B. supply oxygen equals the demand.
C. demand of oxygen is greater than the
A. disc
B. joint D. demand of oxygen equals the supply.

C. tendon
D. ligament
22. Muscles work in pairs to bring about
movement. Which of the followins is a
workable pair?
17. What are the two bones of the lower limbs
labeled Y andZ? A. quadriceps and triceps
B. gluteals and biceps
A. the tibia and tarsals C. hamstrings and gastrocnemius
B. the humerus and femur D. abdominals and latissmus dorsi
C. the radius and metatarsals
D. the phalanges and tibia
On completion of extensive physical activity,
taking the performer's pulse rate assists in
18. Which of the following is a carbohydrate
A. muscular power.
B. strength levels.
A. oats C. flexibility.
B. patchoi D. cardio-respiratory fitness.
C. coconut oil
D. watermelon
24. In movement education. body awareness
tells us
19. Which aspect of physical fitness refers to the
range ofjoint movements? A. what the body can do.
B. how the body moves.
A. agility C. where the body moves.
B. balance D. to whom the body relates.
C. strength
D. flexibility
25. ln a game of cricket, in which of the 30. In a schools' league football match, Andrea
following situations is the player given 'out'? waits behind the opposing team, collects a
pass from her teammate and scores. What
A. caught off a no-ball should the referee do?
B. bowled off a no-ball
C. run-out off a no-ball A. blow the whistle to signal a goal is scored
D. stumped off a no-ball B. blow the whistle and disallow the goal
C. blow the rvhistle for offside but allow the
26. Which of the following gymnastic skills is D. blow the whistle and give Andrea's team a
a locomotor movement? free kick

A. forward roll
B. the bridge 31. In Badminton, the shuttle is played below
C. the hand stand head height in front of a right-handed
D. V - sit receiver. What shot should he/she play if the
shuttle falls to the right?

27. Nick demonstrates a proper backward roll. A. forehand underarm

To do this, Nick transfers his body weight B. forehand overhead
from C. backhand underhand
D. backhand overhead
A. hands to knees to feet
B. feet to back to hands to feet
C. hands to back to knees to feet 32. Two teams are playing a game of netball.
D. feet to knees to feet Which one of these skills will you expect to

28. The purpose of a spotter in gymnastics is to A. dunking

B. setting
A. award points. C. Pivoting
B. provide support. D. dribbling
C. set up the equipment.
D. look at the body movement.
33. Betty is in a wheel chair. Which action will
mak! her feel more involved with her class
29. Which of the following would cause the during a game of volleyball?
referee to recall a penalty during a football
match? A. keeping her close to the sideline
B. ignoring her completely
A. the opposing players are outside the C. having her keep score
penalty area D. changing the game
B. the goalkeeper stays on his line
C. a player leaves the field while the penalty
is taken
D. the penalty is taken before the
whistle is blown
34. lf a game of cricket is to be played by persons 38. The 2016 Olympics Games will be held in
who are visually impaired, which ball should
be used? A. Seoul, Korea
B. Tokyo, Japan
A. a brightly coloured ball C. Sydney, Australia
B. a ball with a sound D. Rio de Janiero. Brazil
C. a smaller ball
D. a ball that is soft

35. A group of students worked together to 39. Which one of the following local sport
perform a gymnastic routine. This personalities is associated with track and
displayed field?

A. respect A. George Bovell

B. teamwork B. Keshorn Walcott
C. self-control C. Njisane Phillip
D. aggression D. Samuel Badree

36. Which one of the following precautions 40. In which country will the 2014 World Cup
would you take to minimise the risk of injury footballbe held?
in a sPorts hall?
A. Engrand
B' Brazil
A. check that the --1"'r'^' is well
'- equipment C. Africa
D' canada
B. make sure you have a friend to exercise
C. cool down properly.
D. take first aid material with vou.

31. Why would a coach insist that his/her

hockey players wear their shin pads and
goalkeeping gears?

A. personal style
B. identification
C. strategy
D. protection

In this Section, there are six (6) questions. Answer ALL Questions.
write your answers in the spaces provided in this booklet.

l. The following are related to a game of netball:

a. Give TWO (2) situations when an umpire awards a penalty. (2 marks)



b. The legal distance to defend a player with the ball in hand is (1 mark)

(2 marks)
c. Give an example when a ball is deemed to have been thrown over a third.

2. a. Give ONE (1) reason why we do not have more leisure time today' (1 mark)

facilities are
b. Suggest TWO (2) ways in which sports centres might ensure that their
available to sports people with disabilities' (2 marks)
c. We take part in sporting activities for enjoyment. Give TWO (2) other reasons why we
play sports. (2 marks)



3. Vaulting is done in gymnastics:

a. Name ONE (1) type of vault. (l mark)

b. You are asked to perform the vault you named in (a). Explain ONE (l) technique
must be followed in order to perform this vault successfully. (2 marks)


i' Identify a technological device that can be used to improve performance in physical
activity. (l mark)

ii. Explain how this device can be used to improve performance. ( I mark)
4. a. Devi was told that she needs to add more fibre to her diet. What is ONE (1) type
of food that Devi can use as a qood source of fibre? (1 mark)

b. Give TWO (2) reasons why fibre is important to the body. (2 marks each)



5. a. The involuntary muscle is one type of muscle. Name TWO (2) other types of muscle
found in the body. (2 marks)



b. What tlpe of muscle fibre is directl), responsible for movement patterns in a marathon
event? (1 mark)

c. Explain how TWO (2) other body systerns help to make muscles work efficiently
during physical activity. (2 marks)

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Use the picture above to answer the following questions.

a. What type of training is being done in the diagram above? (1 mark)

b. Describe how this training is organized? (2 marks)

c. Explain TWO (2) ways by which the workload may be increased during this type of
training. (2 marks)