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Physical Education and Health Grade 11

Offers a holistic approach to physical fitness and wellness, incorporating exercise, nutrition, and health education to promote lifelong healthy habits.

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A bird which touches top of the net and falls in the proper side of the court. (badminton)

  • let
  • hand-out
  • clear
  • fault

In badminton, any stroke made on the side of the body opposite the racket side.

  • Clear
  • Drive
  • Forehand
  • Match
  • Backhand

A ball bouncing near the net.

  • point
  • let
  • short
  • deep

The length of the tennis court is __ feet.

  • 78

BMR increases if there is an increase in muscle mass.

  • true

The official badminton court for a game of singles is:

  • 40ft long x 17ft wide
  • 44ft long x 17ft wide
  • 44ft long x 22ft wide
  • 40ft long x 22ft wide

Two points in tennis is equal to __ points.

  • 30

A single game is played by two players in each court.

  • False - one

The height of the net in the playing surface from the floor. (table tennis)

  • 74 cm
  • 75 cm
  • 76 cm
  • 77 cm

The measurement of the playing table of table tennis.

  • 2.74 m x 1.52 cm
  • 2.75 m x 1.54 cm
  • 2.76 m x 1.54 cm
  • 2.77 m x 1.52 cm

If the player's freehand touches the playing surface while in play, the point is awarded to the ____. (table tennis)

  • opponent

A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball" __.

  • Major walter wingfield

All shots are played with the body at right angle to the net. (tennis)

  • true

Which of the following is not a part of a badminton racket?

  • handle
  • stringed area
  • face
  • throat
  • frame
  • head

For a beginner in swimming, the recommended time of activity is 30 to 60 minutes to achieve desired results.

  • True
  • False

The base of the shuttlecock must be:

  • 58mm to 68mm
  • 64mm to 70mm
  • 28mm to 30mm
  • 25mm to 28mm

The __ state means that the digestive system is inactive which requires twelve hours of fasting.

  • post-absorptive

The stroke used in returning a high shot and in which arm and shoulder are fully extended. (badminton)

  • service
  • backhand stroke
  • overhand stroke
  • forehand stroke

A low shot close to the net made from back court that fails or drops sharply immediately after crossing net. (badminton)

  • serve
  • drive
  • drop
  • ace

True or False: A 35000 calorie excess or deficit for a person meeting his assumptions, would lead to the gain or loss, respectively of one pound of body weight.

  • false

Identification:

  • Cycling

The disease-related malnutrition which is caused by changes to metabolic demands caused by illness, surgery and organ dysfunction.

  • altered requirements
  • excess nutrient loss
  • impaired digestion
  • impaired intake

The net in badminton should be 720mm in depth and at least 6.1m wide.

  • True
  • False

A player scores 21 points. (table tennis)

  • let
  • set
  • match
  • deuce

How many games are there in one set? (tennis)

  • 6

This term refers to the acceleration, one of the known benefits of playing badminton.

  • glutei
  • dorsal
  • glute
  • abdominal

Identify the advantage of playing Table Tennis being described: Improving leg, arm and core strength in standard mode.

  • It's easy on the joints
  • Improves coordination
  • Offers a social outlet
  • Keeps your brain sharp
  • Improves hand-eye coordination
  • Stimulates various different parts of the brain
  • Develops mental acuity
  • Improves balance
  • Improves reflexes
  • Burns calories

Identify the advantage of playing Table Tennis being described:

  • Keeps your brain sharp
  • Offers a social outlet
  • Improves reflexes
  • Improves hand-eye coordination
  • Burns calories
  • Improves coordination
  • Develops mental acuity
  • Improves balance
  • It's easy on the joints
  • Stimulates various different parts of the brain

In the next game of table tennis, the winning player of the first game may choose to serve first.

  • True

The ability of the brain to change based on an experience or environmental factors.

  • initiative
  • volunteering
  • brain plasticity
  • brain recovery

Advanced cardiac tests are required before playing a round of badminton for people from the age of 35 and above. Which of the following parts of the body must the player take extra precaution of?

  • ophthalmologic
  • sensory
  • respiratory
  • heart (circulatory)
  • articular

It has been proven that the risk of death for tennis players are half than usual.

  • False
  • True

Reaching 40 points is also called __. (tennis)

  • match point

A player won 2 out of 3 sets. (table tennis)

  • match
  • let
  • set
  • point

Correct ____ and footwork is needed in playing table tennis.

  • position
  • gripping
  • stance
  • crouch

Aerobic exercises starts with __.

  • BREATHING

Skipping meals to lose weight improves your BMR.

  • false

The stroke used in returning the bird from the left side of the body. (badminton)

  • backhand stroke
  • service
  • overhand stroke
  • forehand stroke

A player gains a point if he fails to make a good return.

  • false - loses

A drive serve is made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a direct line to the desired spot. (badminton)

  • true

A player is allowed to touch the table while playing. (table tennis)

  • False - not allowed

The act of striking the ball with a racket. (tennis)

  • let
  • drive
  • stroke
  • point

Any infraction of the rules resulting in loss of the serve or the point. (table tennis)

  • fault
  • hand-out
  • let
  • clear

A match shall consist of the best of five out of five games. (badminton)

  • False - three

These are shots struck on the side away from the racket (left side for the right-handed and right side for the left-handed). (badminton)

  • Overhand stroke
  • Forehand stroke
  • Drop shot
  • Backhand stroke

Which of the following is not a symptom of weight loss?

  • anemia
  • weakness
  • lack of sufficient sleep
  • nausea

The game is won if one of the player gets four points. (tennis)

  • False
  • True

The ball should bounce first on the server's court after service. (table tennis)

  • true

___ are used as defensive stroke in badminton to allow the player time to return to the ready position and regroup and to move the opponent as far away from the net as possible.

  • faults
  • clears
  • hand-outs
  • backhands

The stroke used in returning the bird from right side of the body. (badminton)

  • service
  • overhand stroke
  • forehand stroke
  • backhand stroke

A physical reason for playing tennis exhibited by forcing on the player change of direction for at least 5 times in 10 seconds.

  • gross motor control
  • cross-training
  • fine motor control
  • agility
  • dynamic balance

__ is seldom used because of the limited stroke production and awkward grip. (tennis)

  • western grip

__ is a troublesome illness caused by bones losing density due to complex interactions between the body hormones, bone forming and bone dissolving cells.

  • osteoporosis

This is referred to as the second most popular organized sport in the world.

  • table tennis

The average woman weighed ___ pounds in 1994.

  • 147
  • 150
  • 157
  • 143
  • 140

An example of neurotransmitter that is related to stress response.

  • norepinephrine

In the __ technique, eastern forehand grip is used for the left hand (for right-handed players) and continental grip for right hand (if the player is left-handed). (tennis)

  • two-handed backhand

Correct gripping is the most vital factor in badminton and winning matches.

  • True
  • False

True or False: Children are advised to take at least one hour of physical activity a day.

  • true

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with court movement and ball-striking skills requiring control of the body's large muscle groups.

  • gross motor control
  • leg strength
  • speed
  • general body coordination
  • fine motor control
  • agility

Conditions such as burns can be associated to this problem such as skin exudates.

  • Excess nutrient losses
  • Impaired digestion/absorption
  • Altered requirements
  • Impaired intake

Players alternate in serving the ball every other game. (tennis)

  • False
  • True

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with short intense bursts of activity during a point followed by rest which helps muscles use oxygen efficiently.

  • anaerobic fitness
  • powerful first step
  • aerobic fitness
  • ability to accelerate

The release of energy in the post-absorptive state is sufficient only for the functioning of the vital organs.

  • True
  • False

Exercise increases __ which are referred to as the brain's feel-good neurotransmitters.

  • endorphins

A rally which is not scored and being replayed. (tennis)

  • let
  • half valley
  • loose return
  • deep

Major Walter Wingfield introduced the game __ which the racket game originated from. (tennis)

  • playing ball

The __ must be executed with an extended arm and firm wrist. (tennis)

  • backswing

Balls with worn-off fuzz becomes __ that will eventually affect its flight and the player's control on it. (tennis)

  • very light

Reaching over the net to hit a bird is a fault. (badminton)

  • true

One of the psychological reasons to play tennis associated with learning to adjust to the elements and still have the ability to compete.

  • learn how to recover
  • plan and implement strategies
  • accept responsibility
  • manage adversity
  • learn to solve problems

A psychological reason for playing tennis exhibited by the ability of a doubles team to form a cohesive unit.

  • develop social skills
  • learn teamwork
  • learn sportsmanship
  • learn to solve problems

For the forehand stroke, the player may choose to reach for the incoming ball. (tennis)

  • False
  • True

The number of feathers fixed in the base of a shuttlecock.

  • 18
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17

This refers to chasing how many points to play when the score becomes tied in 13-all or 14-all. (badminton)

  • Setting the game
  • Rally
  • Net flight
  • Serve

If the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a __. (table tennis)

  • let

The post of the badminton net should be ___ meters in height.

  • 2.59
  • 2.15
  • 1.65
  • 1.55

A psychological reason for playing tennis exhibited by anticipation of an opponent's moves and planning counterattacks.

  • plan and implement strategies
  • learn teamwork
  • learn how to recover
  • learn to solve problems

An outer bird is light in weight and is a sphere of cork covered with white hide. (badminton)

  • False - shuttlecock

Half volley is a main offensive stroke. (table tennis)

  • false - defensive

Cycling may be too strenuous to be enjoyable and depends on the person's capability to use the bicycle.

  • False
  • True

Healthy individuals seeking to maintain their weight should consume an average of 2,000 caleries daily.

  • True
  • False

An entire play from service until ball is dead. (tennis)

  • score
  • rally
  • point
  • volley

Which of the following is the only good cholesterol in our body?

  • very high density lipoprotein
  • high-density lipoprotein
  • very low density lipoprotein
  • low-density lipoprotein

A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion. (table tennis)

  • drop shot
  • push shot
  • smash shot
  • chop stroke
  • top spin serve

True or False: Adults of all ages are advised to spare at least 75 minutes of rigorous exercise every week.

  • TRUE

The ball resting on the palm of the free hand and toss it around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table. (table tennis)

  • push shot
  • chop stroke
  • drop shot
  • top spin serve
  • smash shot

The oxygen is filtered through small branches of tubes called __.

  • bronchioles

Which of the following statements is not true about table tennis?

  • A good stance in serving the ball is that the shoulder of the non-racket hand is parallel to the net in the backhand position.
  • The length of the table is divided by a line 3/4 in thickness, used for service in the double games.
  • The drop shot is used for a sudden short return of the ball which just drops over the net.
  • There are several ways to hold the racket, depending on the most comfortable manner for the players.

What move is illustrated in the picture?

  • backhand
  • forehand
  • eastern forehand
  • western forehand

Playing badminton may cause heart attacks.

  • False
  • True

The ball is __ from the moment it is projected from the hand in service. (table tennis)

  • in play

Table tennis is also known as pingpong.

  • true

The __ stroke is used in baseline rallies. (tennis)

  • backhand

Which benefit of playing tennis is being described: Tennis requires 300 to 500 bursts of energy per match.

  • Burns calories and fat
  • Improved aerobic and anaerobic health
  • Improves discipline and social skills
  • Boosts brain power
  • Heart healthy
  • Boosts mood
  • Improves bone health
  • Full body workout
  • Great cross-training for other sports
  • Enhances flexibility, balance and coordination

Tennis was used to be played by using the palm of the hand.

  • True
  • False

The British introduced badminton to our country.

  • True

An illegal action wherein the player hits the ball before it bounces. (table tennis)

  • point
  • score
  • volley
  • rally

The __ service is always from the right service court to the opponent's right service court. (table tennis)

  • first

The International Table Tennis Federation was established in 1936.

  • False - 1926

The penhold grip is executed by grasping the racket as if to shake hands with it. (table tennis)

  • True

The BMR calculator gives the maximum number of calories you should eat on a daily basis.

  • True
  • False

People with hypertension are encouraged to play badminton that slows their basal heart rate.

  • True
  • False

One of the physical reasons for playing tennis associated with hundreds of starts, stops, changes of direction and hitting on the run.

  • flexibility
  • bone strength and density
  • dynamic balance
  • cross-training
  • eye-hand coordination

A table tennis game is started with a toss of a coin.

  • True

Playing badminton improves longevity by at least 5 years.

  • True
  • False

The ____ governs the promotion and development of badminton in the Philippines.

  • Badminton Association of the Philippines
  • Association of Badminton in the Philippines
  • none of the choices
  • Philippine Badminton Federation

Change of service takes place after either player reaches 8 points throughout the game. (table tennis)

  • true

This refers to the flat shot that is kept as low as possible to have the opponent run from side to side. (badminton)

  • Drop shot
  • Net shot
  • Drive
  • Overhand stroke
  • Smash

The __ allows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort. (tennis)

  • eastern grip

Weight loss that is said to be unexplained if it is not caused by reduction in calorific intake or exercise is called __.

  • cachexia

__ refers to the point won by a server in tennis.

  • Advantage

Feet are turned __ in preparation for a backhand stroke. (tennis)

  • sideways

__ refers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc. (tennis)

  • lob

The server's score is always first. (tennis)

  • True
  • False

__ helps lubricate joints, preventing arthritis and similar conditions from developing.

  • mobility

The variable length of feathers in a shuttlecock.

  • 65mm to 75mm
  • 64mm to 70 mm
  • 25mm to 28mm
  • 58mm to 68mm

An attacking shot made with all the power and speed one can put into it. (badminton)

  • lob
  • smash
  • net shot
  • drop shot

FILL IN THE BLANKS.

  • very active

Badminton was first organized in India.

  • true

The receiver must return the serve on its __ bounce to the server's court. (tennis)

  • first

Scoring used in table tennis is called

  • love

In a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball.

  • True
  • False

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends a _____ daily caloric intake of 1,200 for women and 1,800 for men.

  • at average
  • approximately
  • maximum
  • minimum

Playing badminton burns fat at approximately 300 calories per hour.

  • True
  • False

The badminton court is longer for a doubles game.

  • False
  • True

At the start of a new game, the player who serves first in the previous game becomes the receiver. (table tennis)

  • true

Hitting the ball in a high arc.

  • rally
  • love
  • let
  • lob

One of the psychological reasons to play tennis associated with adapting to stress and ongoing to recovery.

  • learn how to recover
  • learn to solve problems
  • manage adversity
  • plan and implement strategies
  • accommodate stress effectively

Occasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball. (tennis)

  • True
  • False

In executing forehand strokes, the left foot and left shoulder should approximately towards the table. (badminton)

  • False - Backhand

The linesman announces the score of the players. (badminton)

  • False - umpire

True or False: Weight gain is associated with excessive consumption of fats, sugars and refined carbohydrates.

  • true

Medications can cause both weight gain and weight loss.

  • True
  • False

To put the bird in play. (badminton)

  • serve
  • drive
  • ace
  • drop

At score 20-20 or "deuce," the player changes after every serve. (badminton)

  • True

Badminton can be played in both singles and doubles.

  • True
  • False

True or False: Depression is also a contributing factor to increase in weight.

  • True

What grip is illustrated in the picture?

  • eastern grip
  • continental grip
  • western grip

A good serve that the opponent is unable to hit or touch with his racket. (badminton)

  • serve
  • ace
  • drive
  • drop

In doubles, the receiving side may change depending on the serving team's score. (table tennis)

  • False
  • True

The term __ refers to the act of striking the ball with the racket. (tennis)

  • stroke

A hard horizontal stroke that is straight and close to the net. (badminton)

  • drive
  • ace
  • drop
  • serve

Which benefit of playing tennis is being described: Tennis involves planning, tactical thinking, agility and the coordination of parts of the body.

  • Improved aerobic and anaerobic health
  • Enhances flexibility, balance and coordination
  • Boosts brain power
  • Boosts mood
  • Full body workout
  • Improves discipline and social skills
  • Burns calories and fat
  • Heart healthy
  • Great cross-training for other sports
  • Improves bone health

True or False: Intentional weight loss is the loss of total body mass as a result of efforts to improve fitness and health or to change appearance through slimming.

  • True

The server serves the ball with open palm. (table tennis)

  • true

Hungary and Czechoslovakia are some of the countries that dominated the table tennis international competitions.

  • True
  • False

The backswing in the __ technique starts from the ready position, with the feet facing the net. The player steps forward using the right foot and meet the ball early for the backhand execution. (tennis)

  • One-handed backhand

The least practiced tennis stroke.

  • backhand stroke

The ball is hit on a __ in a western grip stroke. (tennis)

  • downward motion

Playing badminton lubricates the joints, eventually preventing arthritis. What advantage of playing badminton is this?

  • psychological benefits
  • increased muscle tone
  • mobility
  • flexibility and muscle strength
  • decrease diabetes
  • develop athleticism
  • physical fitness
  • social health
  • weight loss
  • good for overall health

A game of badminton is won by the player who first scores 21 points.

  • True

The table tennis ball is made of celluloid and is white in color.

  • True

The term for the activity level use that requires extremely hard exercise/sports or physical job and twice more training.

  • extremely active

Players change ends after every even-numbered game. (tennis)

  • False
  • True
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