CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Marking Scheme (All India): 2017
CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Marking Scheme for 2017 board exam 2017 is available here. With this article, students can download CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Marking Scheme & Question Paper. This Marking Scheme was used in the evaluation of CBSE Class 12 Physical Education 2017 board exam’s answer booklets (Outside Delhi region).
CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Marking Scheme for 2017 board exam (All India) is available here for download in PDF format. This Marking Scheme was used for the evaluation of Class 12 Physical Education 2017 board exam’s answer booklets. CBSE Class 12 Physical Education board exam 2017 was held on 12th April.
This Marking Scheme is provided with key points. During the evaluation of CBSE Class 12 Physical Education 2017 board exam’s answer booklets, the answers with all key points (as given in marking scheme) were awarded maximum marks.
CBSE Class 12 Physical Education 2017 board exam Marking Scheme also contains key answers (or values point) with mark wise break up. This gives a better idea about the division of marks inside a question. With this Marking Scheme, one can easily understand about the requirement of a perfect answer.
Students can download CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Marking Scheme (All India): 2017 in PDF format from the download link given at the end of this article. CBSE Class 12 Physical Education 2017 board exam question paper (All India) is also available for reference.
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Some content from the Marking Scheme is given below
Questio1: Round-Robin Tournament is of two types. Name them and give one major difference between them.
Solution1: There are two types of round robin tournament
(i) Single league tournament
(ii) Double league tournament (½ + ½ =1)
(i) In single league tournament every team plays with every other team once in its pool+
(ii) In double league tournament every team plays with every other team twice in its pool
Question2: Define leadership.
Solution2: Leadership may be defined as the quality of the person to lead others or direct others. (1)
Question3: What do you mean by food intolerance? Ans. Food intolerance means elements of food cannot be properly processed and absorbed by our digestive system. (1)
Solution3: Food intolerance means elements of food cannot be properly processed and absorbed by our digestive system. (1)
A sensitivity, or an inability to digest a particular food ingredient or substance is called food intolerance. Question4: State the common postural deformities.
(i) Round shoulder (Any two ½ + ½ =1)
(ii) Spinal curvature
(iv) Bow legs
(v) Flat foot
Question5: Name the motor development stages in children.
(i)Infant (0 to 2 years) (1)
(ii) Early Childhood (2 to 6 years)
(iii) Middle Childhood (7 to 10 Years)
(iv) Latter childhood (11 to 12 years)
Question6: Your grandmother feels that she has reduced her upper body flexibility and therefore she wants to test herself. Which test would you suggest to her?
Solution 6: Back Scratch Test. (1)
Question7: What is oxygen uptake?
Solution7: The amount of oxygen which can be consumed by the working muscles from the blood. (1)
Question8: What is incision?
Solution8: Incision is a soft tissue injury. It may occur due to sharp edged object of sports Equipments or spikes etc. Sometimes arteries or veins may be cut. Blood usually comes out freely from incision.
Question9: An object thrown into the space either horizontally or at an acute angle under the action of gravity is called a projectile. Name the two forces which act on a projectile.
(i) Gravitational force (½ + ½ =1)
(ii) Air Resistance
Question10: What do you mean by body image?
Body image is how and what you feel about your body (1)
The perception that a person has of their physical self.
Question11: What does the term ‘Fartlek’ mean, and who developed this training method?
Solution11: The word ‘Fartlek’ is Swedish word means ‘speed play’. Gosta holmer developed it in 1937.
(½ + ½ =1)
Question12: What are specific sports programmes? Explain with suitable example.
Solution12: Specific sports programmes are for specific cause like awareness, unity health or any social cause.
(Explanation of any Two) (1+1+1=3)
(i) Health run
(ii) Run for fun
(iii) Run for specific cause
(iv) Run for unity
(v) Annual sports day/National sports day
Question13: Write in brief about the leadership qualities that one inculcates by participating in adventure sports.
(i) Energetic (Explanation of any Three or any other relevant quality) (1+1+1=3)
(ii) Decision maker
(x) Good Speaker
Question14: How can women’s participation in sports and games be encouraged in India ? Explain.
(i) Self confidence must be developed in women (Explanation of any Three) (1+1+1=3)
(ii) Female role model to be highlighted
(iii) More time and facilities to be given to women participation
(iv) Women should be aware regarding the benefits of sports. (Job opportunities, Personality development etc.)
(v) Better safety measures to be implemented.
(vi) Legislation regarding women in sports should be more flexible.
(vii) Attitude of spectators and media should be motivating
(viii) Women coaches should be appointed in more number
(ix) Equal importance to be given to female in sports
Question15: Write in brief about osteoporosis. What are the causes of osteoporosis in women?
Solution15: Osteoporosis is weakening of bone due to the loss of bone density
(Explain any two cause) (1+2=3)
(i) Insufficient calcium in diet
(iii) Poor nutrition
(iv) Sedentary life style
(v) Thyroid condition
(vi) Lack of vitamin D
Question16: Explain the Rockport test.
Solutuion16: Rock Port (Explanation of the test in detail) (3)
(i) Purpose –To measure cardiovascular fitness
(ii) Equipment required- Stop watch, weighing scale, Track
(iii) Procedure- Measure Body weight, run one mile, timing taken, measure heart rate
(iv) Calculation- Using this data cardiovascular endurance is calculated