Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Tools of Learning (1 cr)
P313 | 6051 | Chapin/Cothran
One fifty minute period two times per week.
PREREQUISITE: P214 or with permission from instructor
None. Some use of professional journals and reference materials from the
Library will be necessary.
This course is a lab-based activity course. At the conclusion of the
student will exit the course with a practical understanding of
appropriate physical activities. Topics will include traditional games and
interdisciplinary learning activities, activities for the classroom,
low-level and lead-
up sport activities, inclusionary cooperative games and activities, original
creative games and activities, and multicultural activities. A critical
aspect of the
course is on-going use of peer teaching experience.
1. To continue to develop competency in a variety of movement skills
to teach individual, dual, and sports-related activities.
2. To develop a compilation of various games and activities to be included
developmentally-appropriate physical education program.
3. To understand the educational purpose for games and activities within
physical education curriculum.
4. To understand the value and infinite uses of movement-based activities
include aspects of multiculturalism, cooperative learning, inclusion, and an
Class attendance and participatoin is expected.
1. Semester project - 50%
2. Activities presentation - 25%
3. Participation and attendance - 25%
94 - 100% A
93 - 91% A-
90 - 88% B+
87 - 84% B
83 - 81% B-
80 - 78% C+
77 - 74% C
73 - 71% C-
70 - 68% D+
67 - 64% D