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Content Standard

Lesson Plan in

Physical Education

The learner…

Demonstrates understanding of lifestyle and weight management to promote societal fitness.

I. Objectives At the end of 2 sessions, 97% of students should be able to:

a. Compute and identify their BMI and give its implication on their fitness and


b. Realize the importance of keeping track of their own fitness data in relation to improving personal fitness necessary in influencing others in the society; and

c. Record their own RHR, Training Heart Rate, and CR Training Zone.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Other Dance Forms (Cheer dance and Contemporary Dance) Sub-Topic: Body Mass Index and Weight Management, Physical Activity and

Exercise Defined Reference: Physical Education LM, pg., 144-148 Materials: Laptop, projector Strategies: Interactive Method Values Integration: Attentiveness, Cooperation, and Valuing the healthy eating habits and exercise

III. Learning Procedure

A. Preliminaries

a. Prayer

b. Greetings

c. Checking of Attendance

d. Review

B. Activity: “Heart Rate Log and Me and My Tummy”

Each learner must have their Heart Rate Log Template, they will record their resting heart rate in beats per minute.

Teacher will conduct an up-beat music warm-up like Zumba and students will follow. After the zumba, students will record their heart rate in bpm and they will write it on the HR Log Template.

Next, they are going to compute their BMI with this formula: BMI= W(kg)/H2 (m2)

Students will have to find out their classification on the given table.

C. Analysis

To which of the four classifications do you belong?

How can the intensity of your exercise activities help in the maintaining healthy lifestyle?


Abstraction Body Mass Index and Weight Management

How can you define overweight and obesity?

What are the risk diseases that we can get if we are classified as obese? How about if you are classified as overweight?

Physical Activity and Exercise Defined

What is the difference between physical activity and exercise?

How does exercise prevent such diseases especially cardio- vascular diseases?

Cardio-Respiratory Training Zone

Compute Using this Formula:

MHR= 207-(0.7 x age)


E. Application: “Cardio-Respiratory Training Zone”

Individual student must prepare ½ crosswise paper.

They will compute their RHR, HRR, and MHR with the given formulas and calculate and identify their Cardio-Respiratory Training Zone.

F. Assessment

1. refers to bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles.

2. is a type of physical activity that requires planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movements.

3. DOST-

4. BMI-

5. FNRI-

6. MHR-

7. RHR-

8. HRR-

both used interchangeably to describe situations


in which the body is higher than that recommended for optimal health.

G. Assignment By triad, in a 1/8 illustration board make poster that practice and supports active and healthy lifestyle.


Content= 15 points Creativity= 10 points Neatness= 5 points TOTAL: 30 points