TIME: 8:00am-9:20am (lecture); Lab: Tuesday-10:00-11:50am, 12-1:50pm
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: The student will be able to:
Introduction, class syllabi, responsibilities, questionnaires, height, weight, blood pressure
Chapter 5 Fundamentals of Human Energy Transfer
Chapter 6 Human energy Transfer During Exercise
Chapter 7 Measuring and Evaluating Human Energy-Generating Capacities during Exercise
EXAM 1 OVER ABOVE MATERIAL
Chapter 9 Pulmonary System
Chapter 10 Cardiovascular System
Chapter 11 Neuromuscular System
EXAM 2 OVER ABOVE MATERIAL
Chapter 13 Training Anaerobic/Aerobic Systems
Chapter 14 Training Muscles to Become Stronger
Chapter 15 Factors: Environment & Special Aids
EXAM 3 OVER ABOVE MATERIAL
LEARNING EXPERIENCES AND ASSIGNMENTS:
3. Lecture class participation/discussion.
Overall Total=100 points
90%-100% A Excellence
80%-89% B Above Average
70%-79% C Average
60%-69% D Below Average
50%-59% F Failure
Instructional Procedures: Approximately 85% of classes will be lecture including question/answer sessions and discussions. Prior to the each lecture, reading assignments will be given covering the material for the next lecture. Students will be expected to arrive at each class having read the aforementioned assignments and prepared to engage in discussions over the topic areas. Approximately 15% will be testing. Please feel free to ask questions during the lecture.
Laboratory Procedures: Each lab will provide an experiential educational process covering material already introduced in the lecture portion of the class. Students will be given a hand-out describing the concepts and protocols for each specific lab experience. Also, space will be provided for recording the measures obtained during the lab experience. Each lab sheet will provide evidence that the student participated in the lab and will be turned in at the end of the semester for the laboratory portion of the grade.
ATTENDANCE: Attendance is MANDATORY! It is the student’s responsibility to contact the professor regarding absences and to make up assignments, class work, class reading assignments and notes which were missed. Any tests missed by un-excused absences will not be allowed to be made up. Prior arrangements MUST be made with the professor for any missed exams or labs to be made up.
Students, whether present or absent, are responsible for all material presented in or assigned for courses, and will be held accountable for such material in the determination of course grades.
Any student whose absence was caused by (1) personal illness, (2) death in the immediate family, or (3) authorized participation in official school functions will be given an opportunity to rectify in a manner acceptable to the professor, any deficiencies which may have resulted from such absence. The professor has the prerogative of determining whether or not a student may rectify deficiencies occasioned by absences for other reasons.
Cell/smart-phone use is not tolerated during class periods. Individuals talking, texting or using the aforementioned electronic devices during class will be asked to leave. It will then be the responsibility of the student to obtain any information they may have missed because of their dismissal from class.
Disabilities Notice: If you are a qualified student with a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please self-identify with the instructor so that special accommodations can be arranged. "A student requesting special classroom accommodations is encouraged to meet with the instructor as soon as possible so that appropriate accommodations considered early in the quarter."