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I.

OBJECTIVES
KNOWLEDGE / COGNITIVE - PE7GS-IId-5

1. Describes the nature/background of dual (badminton) sports, and

SKILLS / PSYCHOMOTOR - PE7GS-IId-h-4

1. Perform actual game and officiates practice and apply knowledge of rules and regulations of the
sport.

ATTITUDE / AFFECTIVE - PE7PF-IId-h-28

1. To participate actively in class, and


2. Exhibits self - direction by correcting oneself and others (e.g. Peers) when playing dual sports.

II. SUBJECT MATTER


TOPIC: DUAL SPORTS – BADMINTON
REFERENCES:
Proj EASE Module1 OHSPY1Q2 Module1 OHSPY1Q2 Module2 OHSPY1Q2 Module3 2010 SECY1Q2
&Q3 Enjoy Life w/ PE & Health, TX & TM Unit 2 and OHSP Y1Q1, Module 1 2010 SEC Y1Q1 2010 SEC
Y2Q1 Enjoy Life w/ PE & Health, TX & TM Unit 1

MATERIALS: Puzzles, PPT, Badminton Racket, and Shuttlecock

VALUES: Appreciation and Acceptance of one’s physical ability


III. PROCEDURE
LEARNING ACTIVITY

TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY

Good morning! Before we start, check if


there are any piece of papers under your
chairs, if there’s any, kindly put it in the
trash can.

(Name of student), kindly lead the prayer. (Prayer...)

Again, Good morning class! Good morning Ma’am!

Please be seated. Let me check your


attendance first, before we proceed to our
topic.
A. REVIEW - option
Today we are going to discuss about the
Dual Sports.

B. MOTIVATION

TEACHER’S ACTIVITY STUDENT’S ACTIVITY

I would like you to group yourselves into 2 (Students create 2 groups)


groups.

I want you to organize and present in front, (Students organizing the puzzles)
the puzzles that I’ll be given.

Group 1: The completed puzzle shows a


racket / a badminton racket.

Group 2: The completed puzzle shows a


shuttle cock.

Are you aware of what kind of sport does Yes Ma’am!


this equipment being used for?

And what is that sport, Yes Alona? Ma’am, the racket and the shuttle cock are
use in Badminton Sport.
That’s correct! Thank you Alona.

C. LESSON PROPER
1. Discuss the nature and background of Badminton.
LESSON PROPER

History

Badminton was first called as Poona. The game of badminton was originated in Siam,
China over 2,000 years ago. It was brought to England in 1870 and was played somewhat
like tennis. Since 1992, badminton has been an Olympic sport, with bird speeds reaching
100 m.p.h.

Facilities & Equipment

Badminton is played using badminton racket and shuttle cock.

Objective of the Game

This sport is played as a singles or doubles game with one or two players on both sides.
The objective of the game is to hit the shuttlecock or “bird” back and forth with a racket
across the net five feet high at its center. The shuttlecock should be hit with such speed
and accuracy that the opponent is unable to return the shot successfully. The game can
either be fast or slow paced, depending on the skill level of the players.

Scoring

The player who is unable to return the shot, and called “fault / service fault”, either by the
umpire or the service judge, loses a point.

Basic Skills

1. Grip
 Forehand & Backhand

2. Footwork
 Move toward the shot
 Ready Position

3. Strokes
 Clear
 Smash
 Drive
 Drop Shot
 Net Shot

4. Serves
 High and deep (for singles)
 Low and short (for doubles)
 Drive (Flick)
IV. APPLICATION
ACTIVITIES
1. Group the class into four (groups) and perform the four basic skills in Badminton.
2. Research further on exercises, physical activities, and things to be considered in
improving your skills in playing badminton.

V. ASSESSMENT

CHECK UP
Write T if the statement is true. If the statement is false, underline the word that makes it false
and then write the word that will make the statement true.
1. Badminton is a dual sport that uses racket and ball for playing.
2. Badminton was first called Pooma.
3. If a player was called “fault”, he/she gains a point.
4. There two types of gripping in badminton racket; forehand and backhand grip.
5. Any violation of the rules whose penalty is loss of serve or the point is called fault.

ASSIGNMENTS
1. Research on other dual sports/game
2. Write its nature and background
3. Be ready to present or share it in class.