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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region 02
Division of Tuguegarao
Tuguegarao City



November 10, General - To orient the - SDS - There will be an - CAVRAA - Proper Venue:
2017 Orientation players on the - ASDS orientation to all players knowledge as to Conference Hall
8AM – 12PM general objective - Principals players, coaches - Coaches the general
Kick – Off of the activity - Guidance and other guidelines of Materials Needed:
Ceremony - - To help the Coordinator stakeholders as to CAVRAA - Speaker
First Batch of players prepare - Guidance the guidelines of the - Parchment paper
Elementary themselves in Counselors CAVRAA, - Mental, - LCD Projector
facing different - Medical Staff - Health Services will emotional, - Attendance Sheet
PM – challenges in (Dentists tackle “ Overall physical and - Ball pens
1:00PM – 5:00 CAVRAA Nurses) Personal Hygiene, psychological
PM - To strengthen the - Sound system Dissemination of preparedness of
Second Batch values deemed operators Ground Rules & players.
of Elementary necessary during - facilitators Roles &
games. Responsibilities”
November 17. c/o Mr. Precious
2017 Augustus Baccay,
Secondary Earl Tony Trinidad
Level and Jennifer Tuliao
8AM – 12PM - Counselors’ Time
Kick – Off “Boosting Morale
Ceremony - in the Players
First Batch of inner Psche” c/o
Elementary Guidance
PM –
1:00PM – 5:00
Second Batch
of Elementary

December 1, Sportsmanship - To collaborate the - Guidance - There will be 8 - Setting goal of VENUE
2017 : The Way for value of Coordinator Guidance - Athletes athletes - Field
Lasting sportsmanship to /Guidance Counselors who - AVR
Relationship the players Counselors will handle the - Conference Hall
- To develop proper Focused Group - Marietta
ACTIVITIES: and lasting Discussion with Tumaneng Hall
relationship specific team MATERIALS
1. My aim in through assigned to each NEEDED
my game: sportsmanship Counselor. - Work Sheets (1
Goal Setting - FGD schedule will ream)
depend on the - Ball pens
availability of the
players. The
Counselor –in-
charge will get the
schedule of activity
game of each
assigned event.
- Work sheet will be
distributed and it
will be process in
the end.
December 8, Developing - To establish the - Guidance - There will be 8 - Positive disciple VENUE
2017 leadership and leadership skills Coordinator Guidance - Athletes during the game - Field
self-discipline and able to /Guidance Counselors who - Establishing - AVR
in a game actuate it during Counselors will handle the better - Conference Hall
the game. Focused Group cooperation in - Marietta
ACTIVITIES: - To incorporate Discussion with and among the Tumaneng Hall
the value of self- specific team athletes MATERIALS
1. Picture discipline in the assigned to each NEEDED
Pieces entire duration Counselor. - Art Materials
Game of the - FGD schedule will - Colored Picture
competition depend on the
- To develop availability of the
healthy players. The
competition Counselor –in-
among players charge will get the
schedule of activity
game of each
assigned event.
- The athletes shall
be given pieces of
pictures out of the
whole pictures that
will be drawn by
the players five
times bigger than
the original
pictures, after
which the group
will combined all
the drawn pictures
to form a magnified
January 12, Values - To set - Guidance - Guidance - Values shall be VENUE
2018 formation appropriate Coordinator Counselors who - Athletes inculcated in the - Open Field
during the standard of /Guidance will handle the system of every -
game values needed Counselors Focused Group players. MATERIALS
during games Discussion with NEEDED
- To inculcate the specific team - Hula hoop
ACTIVITIES: important of assigned to each
1. Hula values during Counselor.
hoop and after the - FGD schedule will
pass game. depend on the
contest availability of the
players. The
Counselor –in-
charge will get the
schedule of activity
game of each
assigned event.
- Each player are
required to form
straight line with
hands together the
hula hoop will be
passed in the
person next to
them without
holding it.
January 19, Handling - To assist players - Guidance - Work sheet will be - Athletes Emotional maturity VENUE
2018 success and in managing Coordinator distributed and it - Field
failure. their emotions /Guidance will be process in - AVR
before, during Counselors the end. - Conference Hall
ACTIVITIES: and after the (Balancing Risk - Marietta
1. Balanc game. and Reward Tumaneng Hall
ing (Potential rewards -
Risk in taking a specific MATERIALS
and action / Risk NEEDED
Rewar associated in - Balancing Risk
d taking that action) Reward activity
- Ball pens
February 2018 Maintaining - To calm players - Guidance Positive Mind Set VENUE
Positive Mind- during the game. Coordinator / - Athletes - Field
set during the - To create a Guidance - AVR
Game sense of Counselors - Conference Hall
wellbeing in the Video presentation - - Marietta
ACTIVITIES: mind while Hoo Ha exercise Tumaneng Hall
1. Breathing playing the (Laughter Yoga) – the -
Exercise game. participant shall follow MATERIALS
- To increase the video clips but NEEDED
energy and execute the exercise in -video clips
focus, relieves their respective - OJP
aches and pains events/games. - Computer
and boosts The Counselor –in-
motivation and charge will process the
productivity of
players during
activity in the later part.
the competition.
February 2018 Emotional - To recount the - Guidance - Come up with their Gained insights and VENUE
Recovery occurrences of a Coordinator / personal symbolic Athletes learning experiences - Field
past Guidance representation of - AVR
ACTIVITIES: performance to Counselors their experiences - Conference Hall
1. Draw a learn from any during the game. - Marietta
Visual negative To more Tumaneng Hall
Symbo aspects, yet significant they can -
l moving forward choose/keep the MATERIALS
to positive symbolic output to NEEDED
outlook in life as their new found -Art Materials
a player. friend.
February 2018 Building - To build better - Guidance - Peer feedback - Athletes Establishing better VENUE
deeper camaraderie to Coordinator / sheet relationship towards - Field
relationship to their co-players, Guidance - Friendship Diaries others - AVR
the new-found team mates, Counselors - Each player will be - Conference Hall
friends coaches and given a diary to let - Marietta
room mates their new found Tumaneng Hall
- To strengthen friend sign in some -
bonds even after important note MATERIALS
#Friendship the event through (phone number, FB NEEDED
Goals the use of social account and other -Activity Sheet
media. personal - Friendship Diary
information) for
Other materials - - - - -
needed - Counselors’ Polo
-face Towel
- hat/umbrella
-Signing Pen

One of the essential aspect in any competition is the value of sportsmanship among players. Fair play,
adherence to rules, respect for authority and kindness toward opponents are all values that are part of
Sportsmanship is also important in the context of athletics in order to make the experience of play sports
more pleasant for everyone involved. In order to enlighten the spirit of good sportsmanship, a goal setting must
takes place. The goal-setting process helps athletes understand where they are currently and also where they
want to go. Goals that will be set are focused on the process and performance rather than focused on the outcome
of competition. Consequently, having clearer goals motivate them to achieve optimal performance.
- To set goals of the players in their class, at home, at play and with friends for optimum performance.
- To collaborate the value of sportsmanship to the players trough their set goals.
- To develop proper and lasting relationship through sportsmanship
Materials needed:
Worksheet (My Goal)
Time: 1 hour
Mechanics of the Activity:
My aim in my game: Goal Setting
1. The participants were asked to think about the things they want to accomplish this year during
their time at home, with their friends and when they are with their event.
2. After which, their goals will be written on the worksheet “My Goal” for 15 minutes.
3. They will be group for group discussion. Sharing their answers on the worksheet given.
4. Each group will choose a leader to summarize the learning insights of the participants from the
Guide Question
1. What is the common goal of the group?
2. Is it important to have a goal as a group? And how will you achieve your goal as agroup?
3. Who/what motivate you in life? In your event?
4. How will the group achieve their goals in their event considering the value of sportsmanship?
5. As an athlete how important is sportsmanship in life/during and after the game?

Teamwork is one of the basic skills sports can teach among athletes. Teamwork helps motivate
participants to do their part, assisting the team to reach its ultimate goal. Teamwork also involves delegation of
tasks, which is what successful leaders do every day.
Leadership comes more from who you are inside than from what you do on the outside. Motivating a
teammate to embrace a new game plan or helping a peer/co-athlete overcome adversity is one way of
manifesting leadership in the game. Athletes do possess the value of leadership that may lead to positive team
morale and higher performance level. Accordingly, leadership maybe considered as a behavioural process that
influences individuals and groups towards set goals. Nevertheless, to fully become an effective leader one must
have self-discipline.
Self-discipline is the basic ingredient of self-control and the foundation of self-respect. It is a habit, a
practice, philosophy and your way of living. Hence, individual specifically players who have self-discipline are
more motivated and shows strong interest to achieve their goals in the game. Consequently, teamwork,
leadership and self-discipline drive each player towards the attainment of a healthy game. Each player
contributes to the success of the group. This would demonstrate divisionalized “departmental” working among
players. With that, each person working on their own part contributes to an overall group result.

1. To establish the leadership skills, self-discipline and teamwork to be able to actuate it during the game.
2. To incorporate the value of self-discipline in the entire duration of the competition.
3. To develop healthy competition among players.

Materials needed:
a picture that is full of detail, pencils, markers, paper, rulers
Time: 1 hour
Mechanics of the Activity:
Picture Pieces Game
1. The participants will be given a piece of the puzzle from the picture cut into small equal squares and
instructed to create an exact copy of their piece of the puzzle five times bigger than its original size.
2. When all the participants have completed their enlargement, ask them to assemble their pieces into a
giant copy of the original picture on a table.
Guide Questions

1. How was the activity? Did you enjoy the activity?

2. Did you contribute well in the said activity?
3. What is the impact of your performance on the said activity?
4. How did your performance make you feel?
5. What did you learn?

“Use youth sports as a medium to teach young players life lessons’’. Youth sports are going to teach
young players a lot more than how to shoot a basketball or how to use a pick-and-roll, there are a lot of life
lessons players will learn on their journey through participation in youth sports.

These life lessons are by far the most important part of participation in youth sports. Not winning a few
basketball tournaments or making a highly competitive team.

This module discusses the other importance of athletes engaging in sports. Sports do not only teach
athletes to be physically fit but to teach them some of life’s most valuable lessons.

- To set appropriate standard of values needed during games
- To help participants develop the value of teamwork, cooperation and communication.
- To inculcate the importance of values during and after the game.

- Hula Hoop Pass

Materials Needed:
- Hula hoop only

Time Allotment:
- 10 to 20 minutes

1. Have the groups form a straight line and hold hands.
2. Instruct the participants that they have to pass the hula hoop from the first person in line up to the last
without breaking the line or removing the hula hoop.
3. If the line breaks, ask them to start over again.

Guide Questions:
1. What part of the activity did you enjoy most?
2. What part in the activity did you enjoy the least?
3. What happened during the game?
4. What was your strategy during the game?
5. How did you depend on the players who were next to you during the game?
6. What values did you learned from the activity?
7. How is cooperation shown in the activity?
8. In what part of the game did you applied the value of teamwork?
9. How is communication used in your team?


Sport psychologists regularly advise athletes of the importance of developing resiliency skills (or mental
toughness) in order to maximize athletic skills and successfully deal with sports adversity and failure. In fact,
there’s an old saying “It’s not how many times you fall down, but how many you get up,” suggesting that our
ability to use failure as a teaching tool is an invaluable lesson for sports (and life) success.

Young athletes can really benefit from developing their resiliency skills, as the ability to quickly bounce
back from adversity is something that will serve them well throughout their athletic career. Kids, even at young
ages, can be taught the importance of making decisions when failure occurs (which it inevitably will) and look
to find ways to learn from the experience rather than use failure as evidence that trying again is a waste of time.

- To assist players in managing their emotions before, during and after the game.

- Balancing Risks and Rewards

Materials Needed:
- Activity sheets
- Ballpens/pencils

Time Allotment
- 5 to 20 minutes


1. Participants fill-up the Balancing Risk and Rewards Answer sheet individually.
2. A volunteer will be asked to discuss his/her answer in front for processing.

Guide Questions:

1. Have you ever experienced winning?

2. How do you feel after winning a game?
3. Have you ever experienced losing in a game?
4. What did you feel when you lose in a game?
5. What are the good things you can get from winning?
6. How about the bad effects?
7. On the other hand, what are the effects of losing after a game?
8. How about it benefits?
Balancing Risks and Rewards Worksheet

Potential Rewards in taking specific action Risks associated in taking that action
MODULE 5: Maintaining Positive Mind-set during the Game

For athletes, a bad attitude in sports is like a flat tire. We all experience tough times, bad days and
obstacles as human beings. But having the right attitude can make adversity just a little easier to overcome.
These tough circumstances are sometimes out of our control but our attitude is something that can be controlled.
It’s unrealistic for an athlete to expect a world-class performance every time they compete. But always having
a positive attitude in sports and giving a good effort can take an athlete a far way in sports and in life.

The power of positive thought can make or break an athlete’s performance. In terms of achievement, an
athlete does not have to be a medal holder or have a reserve full of trophies to be considered successful. In fact,
anyone who eyes their sport with passion and is committed to being the best to their abilities can have a
successful athletic career.

For athletic success to be measured for an individual, their specific sport needs to be important to them.
This could mean anyone from a junior participant who has not yet won any competitions, an ardent runner
waiting to complete their first marathon to someone who does actually hold many world records. The common
element is that all these people believe in the power of positive thoughts and are motivated by them.

- To calm players during the game.
- To create a sense of wellbeing in the mind while playing the game.
- To increase energy and focus, relieves aches and pains and boosts motivation and productivity of players
during the competition

- Hoo Ha Breathing Exercise

Materials Needed:
- Audio-Visual Presentation/Video

Time Allotment:
- 3 to 5 minutes

1. Facilitator will play a video to be followed by the participants.
2. After which, the facilitator will repeat the breathing exercise without the video.

Guide Questions:
1. How did you find the activity?
2. What did you feel after the exercise?
3. Did you feel better after the breathing exercise?
4. What did you learn from this exercise?

We are by nature emotional beings. Every thought we have creates an emotion, and we are constantly
thinking. Some of these thoughts lead to positive emotions such as happiness, excitement or enthusiasm. But
unfortunately, most our thoughts tend to be on the negative side, even if we don't like to admit it. Our negative
thoughts can lead to emotions such as fear, anger, envy, resentment and anxiousness, to name but a few.

Every emotion we feel has an effect on our energy field, and so ongoing negative thoughts and emotions can
leave their imprint within our subtle energy system . These 'glitches' in our energy body can begin to affect our health and
happiness, so it's a good idea to let go of all of that grief, anger, resentment and pain you've been hanging on to. Emotions
are energy too, and they should be allowed to be expressed in a healthy way so that they can move out of the body.
But when they are repressed or denied, certain situations can trigger these emotions over and over again. And if we
continue to hold onto them, we can begin to manifest physical illness.

Everyone’s emotional response to their past is different. Athletes after the game, may experience emotional
baggage that somehow affect their current relationship to their co-athletes/co-players and personal growth. Hence, to
pacify the emotions they have after the game it would be nice to turn back and explore the feelings felt during the game.
Emotional unpacking trough emotional recovery activity may help to acknowledge some emotional issues and accept it
to let it go. Additionally, this is one way to address this issues and will learn from it.

- To recount the occurrences of a past performance to learn from any negative aspects, yet moving
forward to positive outlook in life as a player.


Draw a Visual Image

Materials Needed:
- Bond Paper
- Art Materials (Pencil, Coloring pens/water color/crayons)

Time Allotment:
- 10 to 20 minutes

1. The participants are asked to draw a personal symbolic representation of their experiences during the
game. The said drawing can come into shapes/objects/images that bets describe their feelings towards
their sports.
2. They will be group into 4 for sharing of ideas about their drawings.
3. After which, they will share this symbolic representation to their friend which will serve as their token
to them or either keep them.

Guide Questions:

1. What did you feel while doing the drawing? Did you feel lighter, renewed and more at ease?
2. Have you discovered something new about yourself while doing the activity?
3. Have you realized things from the sharing of your co-athletes?
4. Did it help that someone is listening to you?
5. Describe your experience while sharing your drawings/story to your group mates?

Playing a sport in order to spend time with old friends, or to make new friends, is one of the most
common motives for participating in sports for all children. One of the greatest feelings in sports is getting to
hang out with friends, share the experience of working hard and competing together against others.
The relationships our athletes develop during sport can lead to a lot of different outcomes. For example,
when kids feel accepted by their peers, they report higher levels of self-esteem, more enjoyment of activities
and are less likely to want to avoid participating.
Many developmental experts believe that sport friendships are unique compared to other friendships that
kids have. Kids want their friends in sport to help reinforce their egos and give them preferential treatment like
warming up together.
Hence, this activity aims to assist our athletes to become acquainted with their team mates or co-
athletes and build a good support system with their old as well as new circle of friends.

- To build better camaraderie to their co-players, team mates, coaches and room mates
- To strengthen bonds even after the event through the use of social media.

- #Friendship Goals

Materials Needed:
- Worksheet
- Ballpens

Time Allotment:
- 10 to 20 minutes

1. Facilitators will give each participant a worksheet for them to fill-out
2. Participants are instructed to solicit the information as many as they can to their co-athletes

Guide Questions:
1. Were you able to meet new friends during your stay here?
2. How many did you meet?
3. Was it difficult to fill-up the worksheet?
4. What do you like about your new found friends?
5. Is it important to get along with your team mates or co-athletes?
6. What are the advantages of meeting new friends?
#Friendship Goals Worksheet

Name of Friend Sex Contact Number Facebook Account Instagram Account

Prepared by:




Senior High School Guidance Counselors

Noted by:

Guidance Head

Approved by:
Module No. Materials Needed
Activity – “My Aim in my game”