Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Teaching Individual and Dual Activities (2 cr.)
P323 | 6053 | Chapin


COURSE PREREQUISITE: P214

CLASS MEETING:
Class meets four times per week for 50 minutes for entire semester

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The purpose of this course is to prepare prospective physical education
teachers to teach
individual and dual activities to students in grades K-12.  P323 involves
teaching techniques,
progressions, error analysis, and correction.  The course also includes
personal skill development,
unit and lesson planning, teaching experiences, and methods.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Each student will be able to:

1.  demonstrate and apply the basic skills of selected individual and dual
sports in task and game
settings;

2.  design and describe skill progressions for essential skills in the
sports;

3.  design and implement a lesson plan, and teach a minimum of one period
from the lesson plan;

4.  Interpret rules, strategies, skills, and techniques in written form;

5.  construct a teaching resource notebook from what is said, done, and
handed out in class; and

6.  observe, analyze, and direct appropriate feedback to other students.

REQUIRED TEXT:
Schmottlach, N. & McManama, J. (1997).  Physical education handbook (9th
ed.).  Boston: Allyn
and Bacon.

GRADING:
Grades will be based on a point system.  Students will earn points for each
competency or task
they complete.  Points will be added for the final grade.  Following is a
list of competencies or
activities and the maximum number of points a student can earn for each of
them.

Competency/Activity                                              Points

Technique standards                                               	16
4 skills per sport
Teaching standards
5 points for each of the following                          15
teach your partner
lead the class
demo to the class
Teach a lesson (from your own lesson plan)        	30
40 minute period
Notebook                                                              	20
Written Exams                                                         20
5 points for each test
5 points: 90 - 100%
4 points: 80 - 89%
3 points: 70 - 79%
2 points: 50 - 69%
Attendance                                                            15
lose three points per absence after the second absence
maximum number of absences allowed is 4

GRADE:                                   Points
A                                            114-126
B                                            102-113
C                                              90-101
D                                              79-89