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1 Individual and Dual Sports Badminton Game Roberto B. Dionisio Alfredo A. Julio
Table of Contents Module 1: Badminton Game Introduction Learning Outcomes Lesson 1.1 Definition of Badminton 1 Lesson 1.2 History and Background of Badminton 2 Lesson 1.3 Milestone of Philippine Badminton 4 Lesson 2 Facilities 7 2.1 Court 8 2.2 Post 8 2.3 Net 8 Lesson 3 Equipment 3.1 Racket 9 3.2 String 11 3.3 Grip 12 3.4 Shuttle Cock 14 3.5 Shoes 16 3.6 Clothing 16 Lesson 4 Warm-up and Cool-down exercises 17 4.1 The 3 Best Badminton Stretches 17 4.2 Most Common Badminton Injuries 18 4.3 Injury Prevention Strategies 18 4.4 Warm-up and Cool-down Exercises 19 Lesson 5 Badminton Skills 5.1 Grip 20 5.2 Footwork 20 5.3 Strokes 23 5.4 Service 24 5.5 Playing Strategy 26 Lesson 6 Badminton Rules and Regulation 6.1 Scoring 27 6.2 Safety/Etiquette 31 6.3 General Rules and Regulation 6.3.1 Serving 31 6.3.2 Serving Order Single 31 6.3.3 Serving Order Double 32 6.4 Badminton Officials 35 Lesson 7 Badminton Terminologies 36 Lesson 8 Governing Bodies 38 Assessment Tasks 41 Summary of Learning 41 References 42
Course Code: PE 3 Course Description: The acquisition of skills on recreational activities such as individual and dual sports as well as the administration of sports conditioning exercises which are designed to develop physical fitness of the students are the focus of this course. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILO): At the end of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Demonstrate different skills in sports activities 2. Explain spatial awareness, movement principles during play and the physical benefits of play. 3. Demonstrate proper procedures, etiquette and sportsmanship during the activity. 4. Assess their skills in sports in order to identify their level of performance. 5. Exhibit desirable character traits while applying the guiding principles in individual and dual sports. Course Requirements: Assessment Tasks - 60% Major Exams - 40% _________ Periodic Grade 100% Final Grade = Total CS + Final Exam x 70% + 30% of the Midterm
MODULE 1 Badminton Game Introduction Sports may be limited due to pandemic so this module was created for online learning instructions purposes to ensure that learning continues. Students will learn and understand basic skills, rules, strategy and etiquette of individual/dual sports and incorporates those into structured games. This course will equip students not only with an understanding and appreciation of badminton but also with an enjoyable experience of this dual sport. This will further engage them with training to acquire the skills to master the game. Learning Outcomes After completing this module, the students are expected to: 1. Identify and expound on the must have of badminton as a game, and the underlying rules vital in playing this sport both for relaxation and competitive purposes; 2. Enjoy playing badminton as a recreational sport; and 3. Understand how badminton develops as a sport.

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