Health Physical and Yoga Education Syllabus

Health Physical and Yoga Education Syllabus


HEALTH, PHYSICAL AND YOGA EDUCATION Syllabus for B.Ed 

health physical and yoga education aims objectives and importance

Objectives and Importance of studying Health, physical and Yoga education:

After completion of the course, student teachers will be able to:
1.      explain the concept, aims, and objectives of Health and Physical Education
2.      explain good posture
3.      describe various communicable diseases
4.      explain the aims, scope, and functions of Yoga Education
5.      describe Ashtang Yoga of Patanjali
6.      explain the Yogic diet and its importance

COURSE CONTENT (Syllabi)

UNIT- 1
Health Education:
·        Concept
·        Aims and objectives of Health Education
·        Factors influencing health
·        Role of the Teacher in School Health Programme

Physical Education:
·        Concept
·        Misconception
·        Aims and Objectives
·        Relation with General Education

Posture:
·        Concept and Values of good posture
·        Causes of poor posture
·        Common postural deformities and their management 

UNIT-2 
Communicable Diseases:
·        Meaning and Characteristics
·        Mode, control and prevention
·        First Aid- Meaning and scope
·        Qualities and duties of a First- Aider

Yoga Education: 
·        Meaning and importance of yoga
·        Aims, scope and functions of yoga education
·        Components of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga

Yogic Diet: 
·        Concept and types of diet/food
·        Its application in a modern context

Tasks & Assignments: 
1.      Any two postural deformities and their management
2.      Any five Asanas and their effects on the Human Body.
3.      Any other project/assignment given by the institution

SUGGESTED READINGS AND BOOKS FOR HEALTH PHYSICAL AND YOGA EDUCATION IN B.ED:

·        Besant, A. (2005). An Introduction to Yoga, New Delhi: Cosmo.
·        Bucher, C.A.(1964). Foundation of Physical Education, New York: Mosby & Company.
·        Kilander, H.F. (1971). School Health Education, New York: Mac Millan Company.
·        Mangal, S.K., Mangal,U.and Mana, S. K.(2009). Yoga Education, N. Delhi: Arya.
·        Manjul, J. U.S.(1965). School Swasthya Shiksha, Agra University: University Publisher.
·        Omand, S.(2006). Patanjali Yoga Pradeep. Gorakhpur: Gita Press.
·        Yadav, Y.P. and Yadav, R. (2003). Art of Yoga, New Delhi: Friends.
·        Yogacharya, O. S. (2007). Freedom of Body and Mind: Yogasanas, Pranayam and Meditation, New Delhi: Rawat.

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