AIC JSS 2 PHE 3rd Term Practice Questions
  • 1. 1. The combination of track and field events is called
A) field events
B) track events
C) relay races
D) combined events
  • 2. 2. An athlete that compete in decathlon is called
A) pentaalanine
B) pentathlete
C) decathlete
D) decate
  • 3. 3. _______ team refers to the team that is blocking the wicket
A) blocking
B) bowling
C) batting
D) bubble
  • 4. 4. The bowling team is the team that is aiming to ________
A) draw the ball to the wicket
B) kick the ball
C) block and draw ball to the wicket
D) block the wicket
  • 5. 5. Who presides over the game, interpreting and implementing the laws in cricket
A) Judge
B) Bowlers
C) Goal keeper
D) Umpire
  • 6. 6. How many batsmen are on the field in cricket game?
A) two
B) three
C) four
D) five
  • 7. 7. Badminton was first known as ________
A) Poona
B) Racket
C) Shuttle cock
D) Volleying
  • 8. 8. A ten events of athletics carried out in two days is called ______
A) tenthalon
B) decathlon
C) ten events
D) pentathlon
  • 9. 9. A five combined events in athletics is called ________
A) decathlon
B) events of five
C) pentathlon
D) five games
  • 10. 10. An unplanned event and unexpected condition resulting in pain, bruise or injury is called _______
A) horseplay
B) accident
C) damage
D) drama
  • 11. 11. When a bone end is displaced from joint, it is known as
A) fracture
B) dislocation
C) sprain
D) strain
  • 12. 12. When muscle is overstretched, ______ occurs
A) strain
B) dislocation
C) fracture
D) sprain
  • 13. 13. One of the primary objectives of first aid is to ______
A) save life
B) make game competitive
C) make opponents weak
D) make the player dull
  • 14. 14. The damage to any part of the body that may allow the escape of blood is ________
A) sprain
B) fracture
C) injury
D) dislocation
  • 15. 15. The following are injuries that can be sustained by sport except ________
A) strain
B) burns and scalds
C) sprain
D) fracture
  • 16. 16. When the ligament of a joint is overstretched, _______ occurs
A) fracture
B) strain
C) dislocation
D) sprain
  • 17. 17. The accident that occur in the home is called _______
A) Transportation accident
B) Accident
C) School accident
D) Home accident
  • 18. 18. ______ is a marital art in which two opponents use movement, balance and leverage to gain advantage over each other
A) Soccer
B) Ludo
C) Judo
D) Volley
  • 19. 19. Which of the following is a racket game?
A) Soccer
B) Handball
C) Badminton
D) Hockey
  • 20. 20. Judo was adapted from traditional Japanese marital called ________
A) Jujustsu
B) Judon
C) Judogi
D) Judo
  • 21. 21. A game played by two teams of eleven players each on a pitch with two sets of three stumps is called ______
A) Cricket
B) Soccer
C) Bails
D) Wicket
  • 22. 22. Judo became an olympic sport in ______
A) 1980
B) 1954
C) 1999
D) 1964
  • 23. 23. One of these is not an equipment in badminton
A) shuttlecock
B) bails
C) racket
D) net
  • 24. 24. ______ is one of the equipments in Judo
A) Racket
B) Shuttlecock
C) Baton
D) Judo suit
  • 25. 25. People who had made their positive contributions in different areas of sport are known as
A) Soccer
B) Heroes
C) Officials
D) Major
  • 26. 26. In workshop, accidents are caused by ________
A) good observation
B) good rules
C) carelessness
D) good working habit
  • 27. 27. Physical education can best defined as education for
A) development of mental skills
B) all round development
C) development of social skills
D) development of physical skills
  • 28. 28. Sporting activities where athletes must touch each other during performance is known as _________ sport
A) contact
B) holding
C) non contact
D) handling
  • 29. 29. ________ race involves running over obstacles
A) Hurdle
B) Long distance
C) Relay
D) Middle distance
  • 30. 30. The illegal movement of people from place to the other is
A) human selling
B) people movement
C) human trafficking
D) labour
  • 31. 31. All are the reasons for human trafficking except _______
A) for friendship
B) poverty
C) lack of employment
D) corruption
  • 32. 32. The following are skills in soccer except _______
A) digging
B) dribbling
C) throwing
D) kicking
  • 33. 33. Non contact sport is a type of sport in which players are _______
A) combined
B) together
C) separated
D) none of the above
  • 34. 34. Example of non contact game includes ________
A) taekwondo
B) soccer
C) tennis
D) boxing
  • 35. 35. The following are track events except
A) Javelin
B) 200m
C) 100m
D) Hurdles
  • 36. 36. Athletics is classified into ______ and _______ events
A) jump, field
B) throw, field
C) track, field
D) track, throw
  • 37. 37. The game of hockey was first played in _______
A) Abeokuta
B) Lagos
C) Ibadan
D) Abalabi
  • 38. 38. Components of physical fitness include the following excepts
A) mascular strength
B) dance
C) cordination
D) speed
  • 39. 39. _________ means continuous running for a long time without stopping
A) Relay
B) Marathon
C) Short distance races
D) Middle distance races
  • 40. 40. The forth leg or last runner in a relay race is called _______
A) last man
B) anchor man
C) relay man
D) forth man
  • 41. 41. Kick to head in taekwondo ____ points
A) 3
B) 2
C) 5
D) 4
  • 42. 42. _______ is a field events which involves jumping over a horizontal place obstacle that is supported by two upright
A) Pole vault
B) Vertical vault
C) Jumping events
D) Horizontal vault
  • 43. 43. Gymnastics are activities taken to enjoy full _______ movement with or without apparatus
A) Spiritual
B) physical
C) play
D) mental
  • 44. 44. 3000m and 5000m races are examples of ________
A) long distance races
B) sprint races
C) middle distance races
D) relay races
  • 45. 45. When an athlete cross the lane, he is said to be _______
A) praised
B) positioned
C) honored
D) disqualified
  • 46. 46. The box that contains all the kits or materials that are needed for first aid emergency is called _______
A) Accident Box
B) None of the above
C) First Aid Box
D) Immediate Box
  • 47. 47. Safety guidelines help to protect individual from accidents and injury
A) False
B) Not possible
C) True
D) All of the above
  • 48. 48. ________ is made of plastic, feather or nylon with either a rubber or cork base
A) Racket
B) Net
C) Shotput
D) Shuttlecock
  • 49. 49. ________ is the process of hitting the shuttle with force in badminton
A) Grip
B) Stance
C) Smash
D) All of the above
  • 50. 50. An athlete that compete in pentathlon is called
A) decate
B) pentathlete
C) decathlete
D) pentaalanine
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