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Len Academy Physical and Health Education questions for JSS1, 2nd Term

Alfred Ajibola - Sat, 08th June, 2019 @ 16:30: PM

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PHE questions, JSS1, 2nd Term:

1. In physical fitness, pull-up is a method of testing _______.

  1. Shoulder and arm strength
  2. Speed of athlete
  3. General performance of athlete
  4. Reaction time of athlete

 

2. Which of the following prepares one for other sports?

  1. Athletics
  2. Gymnastics
  3. Physical exercise
  4. Recreation

 

3. Which of the following is NOT an artificial respiration?

  1. Mouth to Nose respiration
  2. Sylvester’s respiration
  3. Mouth to Mouth respiration
  4. Breathing through the nose

 

4. Which of the following conditions may NOT require artificial respiration?

  1. Choking
  2. Fracture
  3. Exhaustion
  4. Electric shock

 

5. The correct dimension of a volleyball court is _______.

  1. 9m x 3m
  2. 10m x 9m
  3. 18m x 9m
  4. 16m x 9m

 

6. The official that takes care of the sideline in a football match is the _______.

  1. Referee
  2. Fourth referee
  3. Assistant referee
  4. Recorder referee

 

7. Increased intensity of exercise results in subsequent increase in _______.

  1. Blood capillaries
  2. Cell division
  3. Heart beat
  4. Size of muscle

 

8. Which of the following body systems bring about active movement?

  1. Nervous and Digestive system
  2. Skeletal and Muscular system
  3. Urinary and Muscular system
  4. Muscular and Digestive system

 

9. The primary objective of the first aider is to _______.

  1. Assist the victim
  2. Get a medical doctor
  3. Convalesce the victim
  4. Save life

 

10. Digging, a skill in volleyball serves to _______.

  1. Bring low, high ball
  2. Deceive opponent
  3. Demonstrate mastery of the game
  4. Raise low balls

 

11. How many times does an athlete run round the standard tract in 400m event?

  1. Once
  2. Twice
  3. Thrice
  4. Four times

 

12. _______ is the ability to perform a specific activity without undue fatigue.

  1. Agility
  2. Endurance
  3. Power
  4. Strength

 

13. Recreational activities are performed _______.

  1. Before office hours
  2. Before going to bed
  3. During leisure hours
  4. Only on weekends

 

14. During physical exercise, the body requires more supply of _______.

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Nitrogen
  3. Oxygen
  4. Carbon(IV)oxide

 

15. The ability to react quickly with controlled body and precise movement is called _______.

  1. Agility
  2. Speed
  3. Flexibility
  4. Endurance

 

16. _______ should precede simple games and sports.

  1. Press up
  2. Pull up
  3. Sit up
  4. Warm up

 

17. The following exercises are good for body building except _______.

  1. Chinese get up
  2. Sea-saw in twos
  3. Shuttle walk relay
  4. Play station 4 and X-box one

 

18. In the game of football, if a ball is shot over the goal by the opposing team, the referee will award a _______.

  1. Corner kick
  2. Goal kick
  3. Penalty kick
  4. Indirect free kick

 

19. A game is won in volleyball when a team is leading the other by two points with a minimum of _______ points.

  1. 14
  2. 15
  3. 16
  4. 17

 

20. A person who mixes freely with others is said to be _______ developed in physical education.

  1. Emotionally
  2. Mentally
  3. Socially
  4. Physically

 

21. The following attributes spell out the qualities of a good first aider except _______.

  1. Cheerfulness
  2. Emotion
  3. Sympathy
  4. Gentleness

 

22. Which of these is a form of relaxation?

  1. Camping
  2. Sleeping
  3. Fishing
  4. Canoeing

 

23. The ability to perform any ability well is known as _______.

  1. Accuracy
  2. Compatibility
  3. Fitness
  4. Handicappness

 

24. A player fell down on the handball pitch and bruised his fore-arm. You can stop the bleeding by applying which of these?

  1. Embrocation
  2. Iodine
  3. Liniment
  4. Salt solution

 

25. Which of these is necessary for a successful picnic?

  1. Money
  2. Cooking materials
  3. Listening to radio
  4. Reading novels

 

26. The followings are objectives of outdoor and recreational activities except to _______.

  1. Acquire camp fire skills
  2. Acquire skills for observation
  3. Overcome the fear of environment
  4. Appreciate the need for team work

 

27. Cardio-respiratory endurance means the ability of the _______.

  1. Heart and lungs to make use of oxygen during physical exercise
  2. Individual to perform an activity for a short time without getting tired
  3. Heart to function properly during physical activities
  4. Lungs to take in oxygen during physical activities

 

28. As a first aider, what is the first treatment that will be given to a shock patient?

  1. Lay the patient down with legs raised up
  2. Lay the patient down with head raised up
  3. Apply artificial respiration immediately
  4. Keep the patient warm and comfortable

 

29. Which of the followings represent the correct order of the phases in pole vaulting?

  1. Run off >> Flight >> Take off >> Landing
  2. Run up >> Take off >> Flight >> Landing
  3. Take off >> Run up >> Flight >> Landing
  4. Run off >> Take off >> Flight >> Landing

 

30. It is technically wrong to sprint without a preliminary _______ exercise.

  1. Chin up
  2. Press up
  3. Pull up
  4. Warm up

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