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Physical Education and Health Grade 12

A subject in schools worldwide and encourages psychomotor learning using an environment of play and exploration of movement to promote health and fitness.

exercise

fitness

sports

athletics

gymnastics

dance

yoga

pilates

aerobics

strength training

cardiovascular training

flexibility

balance

endurance

nutrition

diet

hygiene

personal health

physical education

Contains the pressurized air which allows one to breathe and to stay longer underwater.

  • SPG or Submersible Pressure Gauge
  • Scuba Tank
  • Wet Suit
  • Regulator

Walk, run, bike, or camp on durable surfaces like established tracks, rocks, gravel, and dry grasses.

  • True
  • False

Most Mountaineering Backpacks are very simple, robust, and streamlined, with a single compartment and single lid pocket.

  • Travelpack
  • Mountaineering Backpacks
  • Trekking Pack

A ‘thinking’ outdoor sport that combines a participant’s mental ability with physical ability.

  • Orienteering

Teams try to locate as many controls as possible in a 4, 12 or 24 hour period. Similar to a score event.

  • rogaine
  • Motala
  • Cross Country / Foot

To jump into water with your arms and head going in first.

  • Reverse
  • Forward
  • Inward
  • Dives

Weather forecasting can predict both elements of swells—offshore storm systems and the length of a wind’s fetch.

  • True
  • False

Clothes are the second line of defense so that the body can maintain an appropriate core temperature.

  • True
  • False

It is derived from the Latin word recreare which means to be refreshed.

  • recreation
  • all of these
  • recreate

A great military general and leader who commanded the Carthaginian forces against Rome, was believed to have used a magnetic compass when he sailed from Italy in 203 B.C.

  • Hannibal

Recreation is derived from the latin word __.

  • recreatio

A practical way to gain management skills is a trekking expedition.

  • Grow on your softer skills
  • Fight Diseases like Cancer
  • Anti-Depressant and Mood Swing Counter

Sometimes also called “car camping” is camping on planned campgrounds where it is close to a vehicle, with certain amenities (such as bathrooms and stores) and emergency aid.

  • Backcountry camping
  • Frontcountry camping
  • none of the above

Used to locate your position when two or more prominent landmarks are visible.

  • map
  • compass
  • legend
  • triangulation
  • Question text

There are different ways of lacing and they are often combined to make use of the advantages of each mechanism.

  • Laces

A horizontal angle measured clockwise from north (either magnetic north or true north) to some point (either a point on a map or a point in the real world).

  • legend
  • bearing
  • triangulation
  • compass

Hydrodynamics is the study of water in motion.

  • True
  • False

Variation of point-to-point or score orienteering conducted at night.

  • string orienteering
  • trail orienteering
  • night orienteering
  • canoe orienteering

Is a movement through water using one’s limbs and usually without artificial apparatus.

  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Canoeing
  • Scuba diving

Positive outdoor experiences can stir up spiritual values.

  • Social Benefits
  • Physical Health Benefits
  • Psycho-Emotional Benefits
  • none of these

One of the hiking essentials.

  • food
  • clothes
  • backpack
  • Navigation

A diving method where a diver uses a regulator as the as the breathing apparatus and a tank with compressed air which enables the diver to breathe normally underwater.

  • Swimming
  • Surfing
  • Scuba
  • Canoeing

Prevents splashed water and spray from easily entering the tube.

  • splash
  • dry valve
  • purge valve
  • splash guard

This is a difficult stroke and not one to choose if you’re just learning how to swim.

  • Butterfly
  • Breastroke
  • Backstroke
  • Freestyle

Outdoor activities are ways for families to become closer.

  • Social Benefits
  • Physical Health Benefits
  • Psycho-Emotional Benefits

Mountaineering, also called mountain climbing, the sport of attaining, or attempting to attain, high points in mountainous regions, mainly for the pleasure of the climb.

  • True
  • False

It is the beam in the center of a canoe that allows the canoe to rest on a person’s shoulder when portaging

  • gunwale
  • stern
  • none of these
  • yoke

Diving is really a old adventure as one seem to enter an entirely new world, with species that can only be find in water.

  • True
  • False

Considered as the father of modern camping.

  • Thomas Hiram Holding

Event is done on cross country skis.

  • Event is done on cross country skis.
  • Select one:
  • string orienteering
  • ski orienteering
  • star event
  • score orienteering

Can predict both elements of swells—offshore storm systems and the length of a wind’s fetch.

  • Weather Forecast
  • None of the above
  • PAGASA
  • Weather forecasting

It is an acronym for Self – Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.

  • scuba
  • all of these
  • none of these
  • scuba diving

The indoors may be in their most natural state or “semi-natural” state, which is a state where it had gone through some human modification but has retained its natural features.

  • True
  • False

Small and inflatable, which provide more buoyancy while floating on water.

  • snorkel
  • snorkel vests
  • mask
  • snorkeling fins

Are probably the single most important piece of equipment you will need to purchase before a trip.

  • Are probably the single most important piece of equipment you will need to purchase before a trip.
  • Select one:
  • backpack
  • clothes
  • shoes/boots
  • trekking poles

Scuba diving is a diving method where a diver uses a regulator as the as the breathing apparatus and a tank with compressed air which enables the diver to breathe normally underwater.

  • True
  • False

Tents should not be light and compact so it will be easier to carry.

  • True
  • False

It is means to be refreshed

  • recreare

Racing is a lengthy race down a river using the kayak or canoe

  • flat water
  • sea kayaking
  • marathon

A pre-dive safety check must be done before going to the water. This is performed once a diver is wearing his/her gear and is done with a dive buddy.

  • True
  • False

Have a single, full blade while the split fin is “semi-parted ” in the web, separating the blade into two long, stiff blades.

  • snorkeling fins
  • paddle-bladed fins
  • full-foot fins
  • adjustable fins

Helps prevent the mask from fogging up.

  • mask defogger
  • snorkeling mask
  • defogger
  • defogger mask

The upward force of the water on an object. This is the reason why boats and people float on water.

  • snorkeling
  • buoyancy
  • hydrostatic pressure
  • aquatics

The flaps that cover the inlet of the upper

  • Tongues

Surf breaks are permanent features that cause waves to break in a predictable way.

  • True
  • False

Often, their tips are hardened carbide steel, with the ability to “set” into rock and soil to provide traction.

  • backpack
  • trekking pack
  • laces
  • Trekking Poles
  • Question text

Trekking is a lifestyle sport involving hiking and trekking through rugged terrain, camping, climbing over rocks, fallen trees and logs, passing by thick vegetation, crossing rivers, and exploring the great outdoors while having fun in the process.

  • True
  • False

“Pack it in pack it out” means everything you brought should be brought back with you including left-over food or fruit peel. Nothing should be left.

  • True
  • False

It is the easiest and inexpensive way to get in shape 3-4 times a week before you schedules outdoor climb.

  • walking
  • swimming
  • all of the above
  • jogging

Socks are the first line of defense so that the body can maintain an appropriate core temperature.

  • True
  • False

Associated with the very early history of the sport, and was used by the Military Academy, Sweden in 1886 to mean 'crossing unknown territory with the aid of a map and compass'

  • orienteering

It is originated from the arib word “kenu” which means dugout.

  • canoe

If you are located on a prominent feature marked on the map such as a ridge, stream, or road, only one calculation from a prominent landmark should be necessary. Your position will be approximately where the drawn line intersects this linear feature.

  • True
  • False

Line orienteering of a set course with undisclosed control points. Success depends on accuracy

  • True
  • False

Sea canoeing is done in open waters such as the ocean or the lake. Kayaks may be sit-on-top or decked design.

  • True
  • False

This Backpack is similar in volume as the Trekking pack, but the type of activity it is used for is very different.

  • travel pack
  • Mountaineering Backpacks
  • Trekking Pack

Has the most basic part, the solid tube and the mouthpiece. Sometimes, this can be bent to a specific shape.

  • strap
  • nose pocket
  • snorkel with a flexible tube
  • classic snorkel

Is a sport that is often considered as much an attitude or way of life as it is a sport.

  • Kayaking
  • Surfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Swimming

Proof-of-arrival at each control site is confirmed by answering a question about the site.

  • trail orienteering
  • trivia orienteering
  • String Orienteering

A beam in the center of a canoe that allows the canoe to rest on a person’s shoulder when portaging.

  • YOKE

True north and south are of course the local directions to the respective geographic poles.

  • True
  • False

Has a more rigid blade than the full-foot fin and it can provide a more forward thrust but requires more effort to use.

  • snorkeling fins
  • adjustable fins
  • paddle-bladed fins
  • full-foot fins

They are easy to use, more flexible, and more efficient while swimming on the surface.

  • adjustable fins
  • paddle-bladed fins
  • full-foot fins
  • snorkeling fins

Provides the needed light as it can be dark underwater.

  • Dive Lights
  • Dive Knife
  • Dive case

Delivers the steady supply of air from the cylinder with the right pressure.

  • Fins
  • Snorkel
  • Octopus
  • Regulator

The first Filipino who was able to accomplish that. He scaled the nature’s Goliaths, surviving the most extreme and challenging weather and environment conditions.

  • Anthony Garduce
  • Remy Garduce
  • Romeo “Romi” Garduce
  • Romy Garduce

Participants try to find as many controls as possible in a given amount of time. Controls usually have different point values depending upon distance from the start and the difficulty of navigation required to find them.

  • score orienteering
  • string orienteering
  • ski orienteering

Variation of point-to-point or score orienteering conducted at night

  • Variation of point-to-point or score orienteering conducted at night
  • Select one:
  • motala
  • night orienteering
  • line orienteering

Engaging in outdoor recreational activities helps people to rest, de-stress or unwind, and feel revitalize

  • Psycho-Emotional Benefits
  • Social Benefits
  • Physical Health Benefits

Recreation is derived from the latin word ___.

  • recreate
  • recreare
  • create
  • recrear

True north and south are of course the local directions to the respective geographic poles

  • True
  • False

Is any climb that can be accomplished within a single day without extraordinary physical effort, taking five hours or less from the jump-off point (location at the foot of the mountain where the hike begins) before reaching the summit.

  • extreme climb
  • major climb
  • minor climb
  • climb

Kayaking and canoeing both require a paddle for propulsion and steering.

  • True
  • False

Participants travel to each control on this.

  • line orienteering
  • canoe orienteering
  • bike orienteering

A kayak has a covered deck, while a canoe is wide open.

  • True
  • False

A horizontal angle measured clockwise from north (either magnetic north or true north) to some point (either a point on a map or a point in the real world)

  • compas
  • bearing
  • none of these

__ is a lifestyle sport involving hiking and trekking through rugged terrain, camping,

  • Mountain climbing
  • climbing over rocks, fallen trees and logs, passing by thick vegetation, crossing rivers and exploring the great outdoors while having fun in the process.

Another important feature of the orienteering map as it will tell you valuable information. It will describe the terrain, roads, buildings, rivers, etc. using symbols.

  • magnetic north lines
  • compass
  • map
  • legends

Hypothermia is a condition where the body temperature is below 35 degrees Celsius.

  • True
  • False

Excellent for use by school and scout groups. At each control the participant attempts to complete some type of activity. The activity may be used to teach a new concept or used to test a skill.

  • night orienterring
  • project orienteering
  • Canoe Orienteering

Used with pre-schoolers and primary grade children. Controls are placed along a string which leads the child to each of the controls. Level of difficulty may be varied.

  • trail orienteering
  • trivia orienteering
  • string orienteering

Flatwater recreation is relaxing canoeing or kayaking where you can take a gentle paddle down a calm river, ocean, or lake to do sightseeing.

  • True
  • False

Is the study of water in motion.

  • Hydrodynamics
  • Fetch
  • Swells
  • Waves

Peeking through life underneath water by swimming with the aid of a snorkel and mask.

  • snorkeling
  • aquatics
  • hydrostatic pressure
  • buoyancy

Minor Climb normally requires two or more days to accomplish, with the climber exerting a great deal of physical effort, and normally takes six hours or more to reach the summit.

  • True
  • False

An aspect of swimming that involves a swimmer staying in a vertical position a vertical position in the water while keeping his or her head above the surface of the water.

  • Treading
  • Water Treading
  • Doggy paddle
  • Sculling stroke

While hiking, wear quick dry clothes and stay away from cotton fabrics and denim pants since you will be sweating profusely during the climb.

  • True
  • False

A sport in attaining or attempting to attain high points in mountainous regions, mainly for the pleasure of the climb.

  • climbing
  • hiking
  • mountaineering
  • trekking

it is the easiest and inexpensive way to get in shape 3-4 times a week before you schedule an outdoor climb.

  • walking
  • swimming
  • jogging

Are small and inflatable, which provide more buoyancy while floating on water.

  • snorkel vests
  • mask
  • snorkel
  • snorkeling fins

Frontcountry camping- sometimes also called “car camping” is camping on planned campgrounds where it is close to a vehicle, with certain amenities (such as bathrooms and stores) and emergency aid.

  • Frontcountry camping- sometimes also called “car camping” is camping on planned campgrounds where it is close to a vehicle, with certain amenities (such as bathrooms and stores) and emergency aid.
  • Select one:
  • True
  • False

A special valve on top of the tube that completely stops water (and air) from entering the tube when a wave comes or when diving underwater.

  • splash guard
  • valve
  • dry valve
  • purge valve

For most climbers, the pleasures of mountaineering lie not only in the “conquest” of a peak but also in the physical and spiritual satisfactions brought about through intense personal effort, ever-increasing proficiency, and contact with natural grandeur.

  • True
  • False

Whitewater kayaking is where the kayak is typically fitted with a fin, rather like a surfboard.

  • True
  • False

Tents are needed for day hikes.

  • True
  • False

Venture into the woods without properly informing other people.

  • True
  • False

The study of water in motion.

  • Swells
  • Waves
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Fetch

Is the upward force of the water on an object. This is the reason why boats and people float on water.

  • buoyancy
  • snorkeling
  • aquatics
  • hydrostatic pressure

______________________ is an outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments, often on hiking trails.

  • Mountaineering
  • Climbing
  • Hiking
  • Trekking

A big help in keeping hair out of the snorkel and the face as well.

  • cap
  • swimming cap
  • cap for swimming
  • swim cap

Opening in the kayak’s deck where the paddler sits.

  • stern
  • yoke
  • none of these
  • gunwale

Major Climb is any climb that can be accomplished within a single day without extraordinary physical effort, taking five hours or less from the jump-off point (location at the foot of the mountain where the hike begins) before reaching the summit.

  • True
  • False

On March 28th 1918 he organized the first official event over a 12km course with 3 controls.

  • True
  • False

Event is done on a lake or tidal water area within a canoe.

  • trail orienteering
  • canoe orienteering
  • string orienteering
  • night orienteering

This resistance that that provides much of the propulsion created by a moving fin.

  • full-foot fins
  • snorkeling fins
  • paddle-bladed fins
  • adjustable fins

Walk, run, bike, or camp on durable surfaces like established tracks, rocks, gravel, and dry grasses

  • True
  • False

Flatwater recreation is a relaxing canoeing or kayaking where you can take a gentle paddle down a calm river, ocean, or lake to do sightseeing.

  • True
  • False

Can help predict how strong a storm is as it approaches lanMost storm systems that form far out to sea never reach land with much strength.

  • Hydrodynamics
  • Waves
  • Swells
  • Fetch

For day hikes, 1 to 2 liters of water per person would suffice, although you may need to bring more if it is in your nature to consume a greater amount.

  • True
  • False

Surfing involves riding ocean waves with a surfboard.

  • True
  • False

Magnetic north and south are widely misunderstood. The statement is often made that magnetic north is the direction to the North Magnetic Pole.

  • True
  • False

A ‘thinking’ outdoor sport that combines a participant’s mental ability with physical ability.

  • mountaineering
  • orienteering
  • hiking
  • mountain climbing

It is an un-timed event where the challenge is mental and achievement is based upon the ability to correctly interpret the map and its relationship to the ground.

  • Trail Orienteering
  • score orienteering
  • ski orienteering
  • string orienteering

The word _______ is associated with the very early history of the sport, and was used by the Military Academy, Sweden in 1886 to mean 'crossing unknown territory with the aid of a map and compass'.

  • orientee
  • orient
  • orienteer
  • orienteering
  • Question text

Monitors the diver’s depth, time of being underwater, and the remaining time for one to be safely down in the water.

  • Dive Knife
  • Dive Computer
  • Dive case
  • Dive Lights

An outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments, often on hiking trails.

  • Climbing
  • Mountaineering
  • Trekking
  • Hiking
  • Question text

Trekking helps tone the muscles while enhancing their elasticity. This strengthens and powers up the muscles.

  • Control Body Sugar and Lose Those Extra Pounds
  • Musculo-Skeletal Health
  • Increased Heart & Lung Capacity

Descending to water should not be done in a slow and controlled way; this is what they call the controlled descent.

  • True
  • False

Excellent for use by school and scout groups. At each control, the participant attempts to complete some type of activity. The activity may be used to teach a new concept or used to test a skill.

  • project orienteering
  • night orienterring
  • Canoe Orienteering

Swells is a geographic term that describes the amount of open water over which a wind has blown.

  • True
  • False

Feed wild animals or birds as it is not their natural food

  • True
  • False

It is the beam in the center of a canoe that allows the canoe to rest on a person’s shoulder when portaging.

  • none of these
  • yoke
  • gunwale
  • stern

Feed wild animals or birds as it is not their natural food.

  • True
  • False

Peeking through life underneath water by swimming with the aid of a snorkel and mask. What do you call this activity?

  • snorkeling
  • all of these
  • Aquatics
  • kayak

Activities done indoors in the natural setting help in making people realize the great things that nature provides mankind.

  • True
  • False

Normally requires two or more days to accomplish, with the climber exerting a great deal of physical effort, and normally takes six hours or more to reach the summit.

  • Extreme climb
  • climb
  • minor climb
  • Major Climb

The sport of attaining, or attempting to attain, high points in mountainous regions, mainly for the pleasure of the climb.

  • MOUNTAIN CLIMBING

In the European context, mountaineering is often referred to as alpinism which means climbing with difficulty such as climbing the alps.

  • True
  • False

Surf kayaking is where the kayak is typically fitted with a fin, rather like a surfboard.

  • True
  • False

It also another key element in keeping feet dry and free of blisters.

  • Socks

This is the most popular stroke and the easiest for beginners to learn.

  • Backstroke
  • Breastroke
  • Butterfly
  • Freestyle

Two-dimension representation of a three-dimension surface. It is a graphic representation of the ground and the terrain.

  • compass
  • legend
  • map
  • magnetic north lines

Recreation is derived from the Latin word recreare which means to be refreshed.

  • True
  • False

Line orienteering of a set course with undisclosed control points. Success depends on accuracy.

  • True
  • False

The pressure exerted by the water at equilibrium due to the force of gravity It is the weight of the water pressed down on the object

  • Hydrostatic pressure

Route orienteering that requires participants to mark their map correctly with the controls.

  • True
  • False

This is the reason why boats and people float on water

  • AQUATICS

Derived from the Latin word recreare which means to be refreshed.

  • recreation
  • creation
  • orienteering
  • camping

Creates the air pocket to have a clearer view of the underwater life.

  • Fins
  • Dive Mask
  • Octopus
  • Snorkel

To carry enough clothing, food, and camping equipment for multi-day walks or Trekking trips, you will need this.

  • Mountaineering Backpacks
  • Trekking Pack
  • Travelpack

A lifestyle sport involving hiking and trekking through rugged terrain, camping, climbing over rocks, fallen trees and logs, passing by thick vegetation, crossing rivers, and exploring the great outdoors while having fun in the process.

  • hiking
  • mountain climbing
  • climbing
  • trekking

Engaging in outdoor recreational activities helps people to rest, de-stress or unwind, and feel revitalized.

  • True
  • False

Similar to the freestyle in that you use an alternate windmill arm stroke and flutter kick.

  • Butterfly
  • Breastroke
  • Backstroke
  • Freestyle

Is a big help in keeping hair out of the snorkel and the face as well.

  • cap
  • cap for swimming
  • swim cap
  • swimming cap

Climbing mountains is truly rewarding: not only does it cultivate environmental awareness, it also develops a person's character by facing and conquering one's fears and ultimately conquering oneself, leaving the mountain climber with a great feeling of achievement.

  • True
  • False

While hiking, wear quick dry clothes and stay away from cotton fabrics and denim pants since you will be sweating profusely during the climb

  • True
  • False

He developed an improved diving bell.

  • John Lethbridge
  • Augustus Siebe
  • Edmund Halley
  • Henry A. Fleuss

It is the upward force of the water on an object.

  • snorkeling
  • hydrostatic pressure
  • aquatics

Englishman who built the “diving engine,” which was an underwater oak cylinder supplied with compressed air from the surface.

  • John Lethbridge
  • Augustus Siebe
  • Henry A. Fleuss
  • Edmund Halley

The “Leave No Trace Seven Principles” is a set of universal outdoor ethics that guides one in the activities to do with nature.

  • True
  • False

Each team member does a short course and tags the next team member. A mass start is usually used

  • night orienteering
  • project orienterring
  • relay orienteering

Is a geographic term that describes the amount of open water over which a wind has blown.

  • Swells
  • Fetch
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Waves

This is a difficult stroke and NOT recommended for beginners because it requires perfect timing and a good deal of strength.

  • Butterfly
  • Freestyle
  • Backstroke
  • Breastroke

Triangulation is used to locate your position when two or more prominent landmarks are visible.

  • True
  • False

The pressure exerted by the water at equilibrium due to the force of gravity. In other words, it is the weight of the water pressed down on the object.

  • aquatics
  • buoyancy
  • snorkeling
  • hydrostatic pressure

Another key element in keeping feet dry and free of blisters.

  • backpack
  • clothing
  • socks
  • trekking pack

Came into being in the first decade of the twentieth century and soon became standard equipment on large ships.

  • Gyrocompasses

Kayak were originally made from the large tree trunks.

  • True
  • False

When trekking, maps and compass must be used to avoid markings or leaving of marks on rocks and the like.

  • True
  • False

Thomas Hiram Holding is considered as the father of modern camping (Ryalls, A. & Petrin, R. L., 2016). He was a British Traveling tailor whose passion for camping was developed as a child.

  • True
  • False

Score orienteering that has numerous controls set up, each allocated points according to difficulty.

  • True
  • False

A piece of equipment that makes it possible to breathe at the surface while the face is the submerged in water.

  • snorkeling fins
  • snorkel
  • snorkel vest
  • mask

Any climb that can be accomplished within a single day without extraordinary physical effort, taking five hours or less from the jump-off point before reaching the summit.

  • none of these
  • major climb
  • minor climb

Scuba diving will require certain certification or c-card for one to be allowed to dive or even rent the scuba equipment.

  • True
  • False

This is a small valve just lower than the mouth that empties the collected water that comes down the tube when one blows it out.

  • valve
  • splash guard
  • dry valve
  • purge valve.

A geographic term that describes the amount of open water over which a wind has blown.

  • Swells
  • Fetch
  • Waves
  • Hydrodynamics

An outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments.

  • hiking
  • mountain climbing
  • jogging.
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