78 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
308 Sports Officiating (Men) (2) Rules, scoring and mechanics of officiat ing athletic events; selected activities and practices in actual officiating required. Offered alternate years. 309 Sports Officiating (Women) (2) Rules, scoring and mechanics of officiat ing athletic events; selected activities and practice in actual officiating required. Offered alternate years. 310 Analysis of Soccer (2) Emphasis on the analysis of individual skills and team play; various techniques of offensive and defensive tactics and strategy. Prerequisite: 110. Offered alternate years. 311 Analysis ofBasketball (Men) (2) History, rules, elementary mastery of in dividual and team play; and methods of teaching basketball. Prerequisite: 110 or 150. Offered alternate years. 312 Analysis of Track and Field (2) Rules governing individual events and the conduct of meets; elemental mastery of form; mechanical principles involved; methods of coaching the various events. Prerequisite: 110 or experience. Offered alternate years. 313 Analysis ofBaseball (2) History, rules, nomenclature, care of field; elemental mastery of each position. in cluding base running, sliding and base coaching; offensive and defensive play; strategy and methods of coaching softball. Offered alternate years. 314 Analysis of Wrestling (Men) (2) Essential techniques of wrestling; devel opment of a team; conditioning and conduct of practice sessions; mechanical principles which govern performance. Prerequisite: 110 or experience. Offered alternate years. 316 Analysis of Teaching Individual and Team Sports (2) A theory and laboratory course designed to acquaint students with teaching progres sion, practice techniques, selection and care of equipment for selected sport activities. Prerequisite: Completion of all required 100 level courses. Offered alternate years. 317 Analysis ofFootball (Men) (2) Analysis of teaching individual skills and team play; various techniques of offensive and defensive tactics and strategy. Offered alternate years.
COURSES 110 Physical Education Skills and Techniques ( 1) Fundamental techniques of individual skills, basic strategy and rules. Aerobics, badminton, basketball, bowling, condition ing, field hockey, field sports, flag football, **first aid, golf, racquetball, soccer, softball, track and field, tennis, tumbling and gym nastics, volleyball and wrestling. May be re peated once if no 150 section offered. *Recreation classes offered are backpack ing, canoeing, outdoor survival and rock climbing. *Only one recreation class may be counted as a P.E. activity credit. **First Aid DOES NOT count as P.E. activity credit. Lab fees: $12, (exception: racquetball, bowl ing, and golf, $30); backpacking, canoeing, outdoor survival and rockclimbing, $35. 117 Junior Varsity and Freshman Athletics (1) For intercollegiate athletic teams at ju nior varsity and freshman level. Enrollment during registration period necessary. Lab fee: $12. 118 Varsity Athletics (1) Reserved for intercollegiate athletic teams. Enrollment during the registration period necessary. Lab fee: $12. 132 Adapted Physical Education ( 1) Individual program of activities to meet the physical development needs of a student. 133 Games and Rhythmic Activities (1) Games of low to high organization for grades K through 12. Basic rhythmical and dance principles emphasis on development of basic motor skills. 140 Physical Education Skills and Techniques - Aquatics (1) Fundamental and advanced techniques of individual skills. Life saving, swimming, water safety instruction. Prerequisite for WSI : Valid EWS or Lifeguard Training Certificate or equivalent. May be repeated. Lab fee: $12. 150 Physical Education Skills and Techniques ( 1) Advanced skills, individual and team strategy and rules in selected activity class es. Lab fee: $12 (exception: bowling, rac quetball, golf, $30.)
180 Recreation Leadership and Programming (2)
Basic qualifications of the successful lead er of recreational groups; aims of a success ful program; techniques of organizing and supervising the program. Recommended for youth club leaders and directors, and play ground and camp assistants. 201 Elementary School Activities ( 1) Games, basic rhythmic skills and physical activities designed for the elementary child; preparation for the upper division profession al methods course in the teaching of physical education. (Education majors only.) 205 History and Philosophy ofPhysical Education (3) A historical review of physical education and sports; objectives of physical education; development of a basic philosophy and background for professional education. Offered alternate years. 301 Kinesiology (3) Human movement with emphasis on the structure and function of the skeletal, mus cular and nervous systems, with simple me chanical principles involved in movement skills. Prerequisite: Biology 252, 281 (see prerequisites). Offered alternate years. 302 Physiology ofExercise (3) Immediate and long-range effects of muscular activity on the human organisms. Prerequisite: Biology 252, 281 (see Prerequisites). Offered alternate years. 306 Elementary School Physical Education (2) Elementary school physical education procedures including postural and rhythmic exercises, fundamentals of games, tech niques covering the simplest primary skills through the more difficult seasonal sports, such as baseball, basketball, football and volleyball; development of a program of physical education on the elementary school level. Offered alternate years.
307 Tests and Measurements in Physical Education (3)
Lecture, laboratory and field experience in the development, evaluation and applica tion of tests in health and physical educa tion; use and interpretation of elementary statistics. Offered alternate years.
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