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University of Bohol
University High School
City of Tagbilaran

VISION
MISSION
SUBJECT
ROLES
COMPETENCY
VALUES
GOALS

OUTCOME

A vibrant university high school nurturing lives for a great future.
To develop happy achievers equipped with life relevant skills anchored on the trinity of virtues: Scholarship,
Character, Service.
H.O.P.E. 1 (Physical education and Health 1
Junior Research Assistant
Budding Entrepreneur
Analyzes, interprets and presents data
Novice skills in fund-sourcing, marketing & management
Self-reliance, Industry, Honesty
Innovative, Resilient, Extra-miler
Equipped with foundational and functional knowledge, ready to initiate research in the academe and the
community
Completely geared for further education, entrepreneurship and potential work opportunities
Totally equipped with learning and innovation skills, effective communication meadia technology, life and career
skills
Exercise full responsibility for developing, monitoring and completing one’s academic pursuit for baccalaureate
studies
Demonstrate functional knowledge, technical skills and values in academic and real-life situations through sound
reasoning, informed decision-making and the just and honest use of resources

CONTENT
AND DAYS

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES

Healthoptimizin
g P.E.
(H.O.P.E.)
1

1.
Distinguishes
aerobic from
muscle-and
bonestrengthenin
g activities

Exercise

STUDENT’S
ACTIVITIES

SHS Curriculum Development

ASSESS
MENT

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COCURR

EXTRA
CURR

COMMUNITY

EXPOSURE

PARTNERS

for
Fitness
a.
Aerobic
activities
b.
Muscleand bone
strength
ening
activities
(resistan
ce
training)

2. Explains
how to
optimize the
energy
systems for
safe and
improved
performance
3. Relates
health
behaviors
(eating
habits, sleep
and stress
management
) to health
risks factors
and physical
activity
assessment
performance
4.
Differentiate
s types of
eating
(fueling for
performance,
emotional
eating, social
eating,
eating while
watching tv

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or sports
events)
5.
Recognizes
the role of
physical
activity
assessments
in managing
one’s stress
6. Selfassesses
healthrelated
fitness (HRF).
status,
barriers to
physical
activity
assessment
participation
and one’s
diet
7. Sets
Frequency
Intensity
Time Type
(FITT) goals
based on
training
principles to
achieve
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and/or
maintain
healthrelated
fitness (HRF).
8. Engages
in moderate
to vigorous
physical
activities
(MVPAs) for
at least 60
minutes
most days of
the week in a
variety of
settings inand out-of
school
9. Analyzes
physiological
indicators
such as
heart rate,
rate of
perceived
exertion and
pacing
associated
with MVPAs
to monitor
and/or adjust
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participation
or effort.
10. Observes
personal
safety
protocol to
avoid
dehydration,
overexertion,
hypo- and
hyperthermi
a during
MVPA
participation
11. Identifies
school and
community
resources in
case of an
injury or
emergency
12.
Demonstrate
s proper
etiquette
and safety in
the use of
facilities and
equipment
13.
Participates
in an
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organized
event that
addresses
health/fitnes
s issues and
concerns
14.
Recognizes
the value of
optimizing
one’s health
through
participation
in physical
activity
assessments
15. Displays
initiative,
responsibility
and
leadership in
fitness
activities

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