Syllabus Class XII Physical Education CBSE Board




Class XII

PART - A

THEORY

1. PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS
1.1 Meaning and Importance of Physical Fitness and Wellness.
1.2 Components of Physical Fitness and Wellness.
1.3 Factors affecting Physical Fitness and Wellness.
1.4 Principles of Physical Fitness development.
1.5 Means of fitness development.
1.5.1 Aerobic Activities – Jogging, Cycling Calisthenics and Rhythmic exercises.
1.5.2 Participation in Games and Sports.
1.5.3 Circuit Training.

2. TRAINING METHODS
2.1 Meaning and concept of Training
2.2 Warming-up, Limbering down and their importance.
2.3 Methods of Training.
2.3.1 Methods of Strength Development – Isometric, and Isokinetic
Exercises.
2.3.2 Methods of Endurance Development – Continuous Method, Interval Training
and Fartlek.
2.3.3 Methods of Speed Development – Acceleration runs and Pace Races.

3. SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
3.1 Meaning of Sociology and its importance in Physical Education and Sports.
3.2 Games and Sports as man’s cultural heritage
3.3 Development of leadership qualities and group dynamics.

PART – B

1. History of the game/sport (Any one game/sport of student’s choice)
2. Latest general rules of the game/sport (Any one game/sport of student’s choice)
3. Measurement of play fields and specifications of sports equipment
4. Fundamental skills of the game/sport
5. Related sports terminologies
6. Important tournaments and venues
7. Sports personalities
8. Sports Awards

PART – C

1. HEALTHFUL LIVING
1.1 Concept of environment
1.2 Scope of environment – living environment, work place environment and
environment for leisure activities
1.3 Essential elements of healthful environment – safe water, low levels of noise,
clean air, sanitary surrounding, low levels of radio active radiations and absence
on hazards responsible for accidents in (i) home and neighbourhood in rural and
urban areas (ii) school and work place (iii) during leisure time activities –
recreation and sports
1.4 Role of individual in improvement of environment for health promotion and
prevention
1.5 Disaster preparedness and health care during disasters.

2. FAMILY HEALTH EDUCATION
2.1 Meaning and functions of family and its importance as a social institution
2.2 Needs and problems of adolescence and their management.
2.3 Human reproduction – menstruation, conceptional and prenatal care
2.4 Problems associated with pre-marital sex and teenage pregnancies
2.5 Preparation of marriage.
2.4 Role of parents in child care.

3. PREVENTION AND FIRST AID FOR COMMON SPORTS INJURIES
3.1 Soft Tissue Injuries – sprain and strain
3.2 Bone Injuries
3.3 Joint Injuries


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