CBSE Physical Education Class 11 Syllabus

Unit I. Changing Trends and Career in Physical Education

  • Define Physical Education, its Aims and Objectives
  • Development of Physical Education – Post Independence
  • Concept and Principles of Integrated Physical Education
  • Concept and Principles of Adaptive Physical Education
  • Career Options in Physical Education

Unit II. Physical Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle

  • Meaning and importance of Physical Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle
  • Factors affecting Physical Fitness and Wellness
  • Indicators of Health – Physical and Psychological
  • Preventing Health Threats through Lifestyle Change
  • Components of positive lifestyle

Unit III. Olympic Movement

  • Ancient and Modern Olympics
  • Olympic Symbols, Ideals, Objectives and Values
  • International Olympic Committee
  • Indian Olympic Association
  • Dronacharya Award, Arjuna Award and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award
  • Organisational set-up of CBSE Sports and Chacha Nehru Sports Award

Unit IV. Yoga

  • Meaning and Importance of Yoga
  • Yoga as an Indian Heritage
  • Elements of Yoga
  • Introduction to – Asanas, Pranayam, Meditation and Yogic Kriyas
  • Prevention and Management of Common Lifestyle Diseases; Obesity, Diabetes, Hyper-Tension and Back-Pain

Unit V. Doping

  • Concept & classification of doping
  • Prohibited substances and methods
  • Athletes responsibilities
  • Side effects of prohibited substances
  • Ergogenic aids & doping in sports
  • Doping control procedure

Unit VI. Physical Activity Environment

  • Introduction to physical activity
  • Concept & need of sports environment
  • Essential elements of positive sports environment
  • Principles of physical activity environment
  • Components of health related fitness
  • Behaviour change technique for physical activity
  • Exercise Guidelines at different stages of growth

Unit VII. Test and Measurement in Sports

  • Define Test and Measurement
  • Importance of Test and Measurement in Sports
  • Calculation of BMI and Waist – Hip Ratio
  • Somato Types (Endomorphy, Mesomorphy and Ectomorphy)
  • Procedures of Anthropromatric Measurement – Height, Weight, Arm and Leg Length and Skin Fold

Unit VIII. Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

  • Define Anatomy, Physiology and its importance
  • Function of skeleton system, Classification of bones and types of joints
  • Function and structure of muscles
  • Function and structure of Respiratory System
  • Structure of Heart and introduction to Circulatory System
  • Oxygen debt, second-wind

Unit IX. Biomechanics and Sports

  • Meaning and Importance of Biomechanics in Physical Education and Sports
  • Newton’s Law of Motion and its application in sports
  • Levers and its types and its application in Sports
  • Equilibrium – Dynamic and Static and Centre of Gravity and its application in sports
  • Force – Centrifugal and Centripetal and its application in Sports

Unit X. Psychology and Sports

  • Definition and importance of Psychology in Physical Education and Sports
  • Define and differentiate between ‘Growth and Development’
  • Developmental characteristics at different stage of development
  • Adolescent problems and their management
  • Define Learning, Laws of Learning and transfer of Learning
  • Plateau & causes of plateau
  • Emotion: Concept & controlling of emotion

Unit XI Training in Sports

  • Meaning and Concept of Sports Training
  • Principles of Sports Training
  • Warming up and limbering down
  • Load, Adaptation and Recovery
  • Skill, Technique and Style
  • Symptoms of Over-load & How to Overcome it

Practical: 30 Marks

  1. Physical Fitness – 5 Marks
  2. Athletics – Any two events – Sprints and Jumps – 5 Marks
  3. Health and Fitness Activities – Medicine Ball/Thera Tube/Pilates/Rope Skipping (Any one) – 5 Marks
  4. Skill of any one Individual Game of choice – 5 Marks
  5. Viva – 5 Marks
  6. Record File – 5 Marks