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Prelim Week 1 Coverage Part 1: The Physical Education CORRESPONDENCE LEARNING MODULE PHED 1012 – PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TOWARDS HEALTH AND FITNESS (Health and Wellness) AY 2020-2021 Lesson 1: Physical Education Introduction: This introductory lesson focuses on the education of, by, and through human movement. It is an integral part of the total education process which endeavors for the development of physically, mentally, socially, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually fit citizens through the medium of different physical activities that have been select with a view of realizing the outcomes. It serves to develop the body, mold the character, and discipline the mind, as a medium of men totals, intellectual, and developmental education using experiences centered in the movements. The slogan for physical education from the days of ancient Greece until the present is men Sana en corpora Sano (a sound body in a sound mind). THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION LAW REPUBLIC ACT NO. 5708 - AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE PROMOTION AND FINANCING OF AN INTEGRATED PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR THE SCHOOLS IN THE PHILIPPINES This Act shall be known as "The Schools Physical Education and Sports Development Act of 1969." A law that is mandating every student in the Philippines to be engaged in an integrated physical education and sports development program, that will be undertaken by the Department of Education. The goal of physical education is to instill in young citizens a proper appreciation of the importance of physical development hand in hand with the mental development in individual and social activities. Sports and other activities in physical education program should provide opportunities for the athletic development of children and youth who have the competitive spirit as well as grace, coordination, stamina and strength. It also dictates that physical education program in schools must be addressed to physical growth, social training, and personal, discipline for all pupils and students, as well as superior athletic achievement for those who are psychologically inclined and physically gifted; and an integrated program for sports development in the schools requires effective organizational planning and administration with provisions for adequate training facilities and sustained stable financing. Lesson Proper: Physical Education came from the Latin words “Physica” meaning physics and “Educatio” meaning education, which means that Physical Education refers to the training of the bodily organs and power with a view to the promotion of hearts and vigor . Physical Education is an integral part of general education which aims to develop the physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and the mental traits of man through physical activities. World Health Organization (WHO) stated that, to have a sound body, one must have a sound mind, which means to say that health as state of complete physical, mental, social wellness and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

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