Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Structural Kinesiology (3 cr)
P205 | 1064 | Vardaxis


COURSE PREREQUISITES OR LIMITATIONS:
Number of students 25

CLASS MEETING:

Lecture:    	   MWF       8:55 - 10:10 a.m.
Laboratories           TR       8:55 - 10:10 a.m.

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES:
Structural kinesiology is designed for undergraduate students in teacher
preparation in physical
education.  The basic and most essential facts of human structure, function,
and movement
problems will be considered.  Lectures will deal primarily with the
structure and function of the
skeleton and joints.  Laboratory sessions will focus more on the muscle
structure and function.
Applications will focus more on the muscle structure and function.
Applications will be made to
human movement in sport, physical education, and daily activities.

The objective of this course is to provide an anatomical foundation for the
understanding and
analysis of human movement, specifically applied to coaching and teaching
situations.  The
students are to be able to:

1.   State the general function of each complex of the body.
2.   List the general features of each complex of the body.
3.   Identify prominent bone sites.
4.   Describe the articulating surfaces for each joint of the body.
5.   Identify the movements possible for each joint.
6.   Distinguish connective tissue structures associated with each
joint.
7.   Explain common problems and injuries found at each joint
8.   Identify the muscles involved in and their role in common sport or
daily living
activities.

INSTRUCTOR:
Vassilios G. Vardaxis, Department of Kinesiology, HPER 112, 855-0682,
vardaxis@indiana.edu

TEXTBOOKS:
	Rasch, P.J. (1989).  Kinesiology and applied anatomy (7th edition).
Philadelphia: Lea &
	Febiger.

	Thompson, C.W., & Floyd, R.T. (1997).  Manual of structural
kinesiology (13th edition).
	St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc.

	P205 Structural Kinesiology: Lab Notes Booklet, Available at
Collegiate Copies, 1434 E. Third Street, (812) 339-3769.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND TESTS:

1.   Assigned Readings
2.   Muscle Cards 		15%
3.   Test I			20%
4.   Test II			30%
5.   Final Exam   		35%

Attendance is mandatory and will be taken daily.  Bonus points for
consistent class attendance can
be earned based on meeting the criteria below:
1.   Zero absences  - 2 percentage points added to final grade
2.   One absences  - 1 percentage points added to final grade
3.   Two absences  - no change in final grade

COURSE GRADING:

A+    =    95  - 100%          	C+   =    77  -  79% 		F
<	     59
A	  =    92  -   94%        		C     =    73  -  76%
A-	  =   89  -   91%         		C-    =    70  -  72%
B+    =    86  -   88%         	D+   =    67  -  69%
B	  =   83  -   85%         		D     =    63  -  66%
B-     =    80  -   82		D-    =    60  -  62%