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Physical Education Class 11 Chapter 4 Question Answers
1. The Right to Education
a. makes education a fundamental right of every child between the ages of 6 and 14
b. provides special facilities to children with various types of disabilities
c. gives no special opportunities forchildren who are differently-abled
d. enforces Adapted Physical Education programmefor children with special needs
2. The aim of Adapted Physical Education is
a. to enhance the potential of differently-abled students in physical education and sports
b. to restrict the dangers and challenges faced by children with special needs on the field
c. to provide equal opportunity to differently-abled students in physical education and sports
d. to design special equipment for the use of differently-abled students and infants
3. Down syndrome is a condition that results in
a. Physical disability
b. Cognitive disability
c. Intellectual disability
d. Affective disorders
4. A child who has difficulty in following directions related to basic spatial movements has
a. Physical disability
b. Cognitive disability
c. Intellectual disability
d. Affective disorders
5. According to WHO, a disability is a
a. health problem
b. activity limitation
c. interaction between individual and society.
d. participation restriction
6. To develop abilities of children with special needs, it is essential to have an educational set up that is
c. regular mainstream
d. special school
7. The first Integrated Physical education Programme started in
8. The reason Paralympic Games got their name was because
a. they were meant for athletes suffering from paraplegia.
b. they run alongside or parallel to the Olympic Games.
c. the athletes are paragons of their sports.
d. they are attended by a large number of paramedics.
9. Paralympic Games was a 1948 sporting competition held at Stoke Mandeville games in
10. The founder of Special Olympics was
a. Eunice Kennedy Shriver
b. John F. Kennedy
c. Lyndon B. Johnson
d. Donald Trump
11. The first Special Olympics Games were held in
c. New York
d. Washington D.C.
12. The professional who works along with CWSN, parents, teachers, other school personnel, and members of the community in helping them become effective members of the community is
a. the Counsellor
b. the Physiotherapist
c. Occupational Therapist
d. Physical Education Teacher
13. The most important area catered to by Adapted Physical Education is
a. Physical health
b. Mental health
c. Social health
d. Emotional health
14. Exclusion from physical activity adds to lifestyle related challenges. The most important is
a. Hyper activity
d. All of the above
15. Define Adapted Physical Education?
Answer – Adapted Physical Education is the art and science of developing, implementing, and monitoring a
carefully designed Physical Education instructional programme for a learner with a disability, based on a
comprehensive assessment, to give the learner the skills necessary for a lifetime of rich leisure,
recreation, and sport experiences to enhance physical fitness and wellness.
16. Which diagnostic categories qualify a student for Adapted Physical Education?
Answer – These categories include –
a. Deaf – Blindness.
c. Hearing impairment
d. Orthopedic impairment
e. Multiple disabilities
f. Intellectual disability
17. How does Adaptive Physical Education provide CWSN the capacity to be functionally active?
Answer – Every CWSN is encouraged to take part in programmes linked to physical education through adaptive physical education. Its goal is to help CWSN enhance their gross motor skills. It attempts to boost CWSN’s self-confidence while also teaching them social skills, emotional control, and expressiveness on regular programmes.
18. Why are safety issues important for CWSN during Physical Education?
Answer – Safety needs to be the first priority during PE classes because the movements are so reactive and dynamic. Safety concerns may be exacerbated for children with exceptional needs who face a variety of physical and psychological difficulties. In order to make PE safe and accessible, the setting, instruction, and equipment are changed throughout an APE session.
19. How does Adaptive Physical Education build self-esteem in CWSN?
Answer – Students who are in good health can feel good about their appearance and general well-being, which boosts self-esteem. Dopamine, serotonin, and adrenaline are brain chemicals that are released when we exercise. These brain chemicals, or neurotransmitters, promote pleasure and uplift our spirits.
20. What are the chief objectives of Adaptive Physical Education?
Answer – Making ensuring that the child receives physical education services that are tailored to his or her specific needs should be the main objective of adapted physical education. The safety of the student will be taken into account by the IEP team when deciding if the child needs an adapted curriculum.
21. Define disability.
Answer – Any physical or mental condition (impairment) that makes it harder for the person with the condition to engage in particular activities (activity limitation) or interact with the world around them is referred to as a disability (participation restrictions).
22. What is the role of school in encouraging participation of CWSN in PE?
Answer – To improve the motor abilities of students. to enhance one’s sense of worth and encourage sportsmanship. to foster social skills for societal transition. to give people the chance to engage in a variety of suitable recreational and leisure-time sports and activities while learning new skills.
23. When and where did Paralympics start? What was the purpose of these games?
Answer – After Sir Ludwig Guttmann staged a sporting event in 1948 for British World War II veterans with spinal cord injuries in England, the Paralympics were born. In a follow-up competition in 1952, athletes from the Netherlands joined the British participants.
24. What is the vision of the International Paralympic Committee?
Answer – To promote for Paralympic sports without regard to political, religious, economic, handicap, gender, sexual orientation, or racial discrimination. in order to secure the resources required to aid the Paralympic Movement’s continued expansion.
25. What is the anthem of the Paralympics?
Answer – When the Paralympic Flag is raised, the Paralympic Hymn, commonly known as the Paralympic Anthem, begins to play. It is a musical composition by Thierry Darnis called “Hymne de l’Avenir” (English: “Anthem of the Future”). The IPC gave the anthem its blessing in March 1996.
26. What do you understand by the term hypertonia?
Answer – In hypertonia, the muscles are too tight, making it difficult or impossible to move the arms or legs.
27. Differentiate between Special Olympics and Paralympics.
Answer – The Paralympics are primarily for athletes with physical disabilities and only at the elite level, whereas the Special Olympics are specifically for people with intellectual disabilities.
28. What do you know about Deaflympics?
Answer – The first international sporting competition for athletes with disabilities, the Deaflympics, took place in Paris as early as 1924. The Deaflympics have been held every four years since 1924, with the exception of the Second World War, and the number of competitors has increased each time.
29. Write a short note on Special Olympics.
Answer – By fostering understanding, acceptance, and inclusion among persons with and without intellectual impairments, Special Olympics is a global organization that transforms lives. Every day, all around the world, we let the transforming potential and joy of sports free the human spirit.
30. List the Programmes run by Special Olympics around the world.
Answer – Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, floorball, short-track speed skating, snowboarding, and snowshoeing are the seven sports in which athletes with impairments will compete. snowshoeing, ice skating, etc.
31. What is the role of the School Counsellor in inclusive education?
Answer – They collaborate with different members of the school community to foster an environment where kids may learn. They have a responsibility to ensure that a concerted team effort is made to meet the needs of all children and to guarantee that those students have access to both school and community resources.
32. Discuss the role of physiotherapist in integrated education.
Answer – A physiotherapist is probably the best known of the therapists who works with CWSN. They use exercises to help their patients gain and keep the best possible use of their bodies.
33. Discuss the role of Speech Therapist in inclusive education.
Answer – Students with special needs who struggle with communication are treated, supported, and cared for by a speech therapist at school.
Speech therapists assist students with unique needs in developing their speech and language skills.
34. Describe the role of Special Educator in inclusive education.
Answer – The role of Special Educator in inclusive education are –
- assessment of the child’ stabilities
- curriculum development as per abilities and suitability
- setting individual education plan (IEP)
- setting weekly, monthly, annual goals
- parent conferences or meetings
- pre- and post-performance observation
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