Health, Physical Education and Recreation | Coastal Kayaking
R110 | 21241 | David Calvin


CLASS TIME:	September 11 & 18, 6:00-10:00pm in IMU Hoosier room
	(Attendance at class is required to attend travel dates)
TRAVEL DATES:	September 21-23
INSTRUCTOR:	David Calvin
LOCATION:	Patoka Lake, Hoosier National Forest, Indiana
DESCRIPTION:	This course is designed to provide the students with
an overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for safe paddling
on inland protected waters. Basic maneuvering strokes, wet exits,
assisted and unassisted rescues, kayak equipment, and safety
planning are just a few of the topics covered. Course content is
based on the American Canoe Associationís 16-hour Fundamentals of
Coastal Kayaking course.
BOOKS:	Sea Kayakers Pocket Guide, by Johnson.
ASSIGNMENTS:	Readings
EVALUATION:	30% skill demonstration, 20% expedition behavior,
30% written examination, and 20% three page paper.
ADDITIONAL FEE:	The additional fee for the class is $160, which
includes transportation, food, and group gear.