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Eastfield College - Science and PE Division Course Syllabus Spring/2012 PHED 1119 4501, 4502 – Beginning Weight Training PHED 1164 4501, 4502 – Lifetime Fitness and Wellness I Instructor: Larry Richmond Contact Information: Mailing Address: 3737 Motley Dr. Division Office: S213 Mesquite, TX 75150 Division Phone: 972-391-1047 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Fax: 972-860-8374 Hours Available: By appointment Office: #C201 Meeting Times: PHED 1119/1164 4501 MW, 7:05 PM – 8:25 PM P215 PHED 1119/1164 4502 MW, 8:35 PM – 9:55 PM P215 Class begins Monday, January 16, 2012. Finals will be given Monday, May 7, 2012. COURSE DESCRIPTION PHED 1119 (1 Credit Hours) Beginning Weight Training This is a Texas Common Course Number. This is a DCCCD Core Curriculum Course. Course Description: Instruction in weight training and conditioning techniques are stressed. Emphasis is placed on muscular strength and endurance. (3 Lab.) Coordinating Board Academic Approval Number 3601085128 PHED 1164 (1 Credit Hours) Lifetime Fitness and Wellness I This is a Texas Common Course Number. This is a DCCCD Core Curriculum Course. Prerequisite: Developmental Reading 0093 or English as a Second Language (ESOL) 0044 or have met the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standard in Reading. Course Description: Students are introduced to wellness related concepts and activities for the purpose of gaining knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate personal fitness level and to develop a personal lifelong fitness program. Activities include, but are not limited to: aerobics, circuit training, muscular development, flexibility, agility exercises, weight training and body composition. (3 Lab.) Coordinating Board Academic Approval Number 3105015223 TEXTBOOKS Fitness and Wellness; Hoeger & Hoeger; 8th edition - ISBN-9780495388401 (recommended) STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: 1. Student demonstrates improvement in their fitness level as measured by their fitness scores. 2. Student designs an appropriate individual program of fitness for future and wellness. COURSE OBJECTIVES At the completion of the course, students should be able to: 1. Evaluate personal fitness levels and health behaviors. 2. Describe the components of physical fitness and wellness. 3. Design and implement a personal fitness program to improve fitness parameters. 4. Describe the importance of fitness and wellness as part of a healthy lifestyle. 5. Demonstrate evidence of the interaction of lifestyle and disease. 6. Identify methods for attaining lifelong fitness and wellness.7. Discuss the contribution of physical activity to overall physical, social, mental, and emotional wellbeing. 8. Demonstrate an understanding of basic nutrition principles including principles of weight control. 9. Demonstrate an understanding of basic stress management principles. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS: Lecture and laboratory COURSE MATERIALS 1. Required Text: (A textbook and/or class handouts will be selected by the individual instructor/PHED Department and will include content that supports course objectives) 2. Attire: Appropriate workout clothing must be worn during class. GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE Throughout the semester students will be actively involved in PHED 1119/1164 as follows: * attend the course orientation * read assigned textbook chapters and/or class handouts * listen to lectures relating to the course objectives and to the topics found in the textbook/class handouts * perform laboratory activities to assess health status, physical fitness, stress level, nutrition status, and weight. Students may participate in various laboratory activities which may include, but are not limited to, the following: - explain how health risks, dietary habits, and exercise habits are impacted by gender and ethnic/cultural influences - analyze personal dietary habits and determine desirable body weight (may use computer software, if available) - determine personal stress level and develop a plan to reduce stress * participate in pre/post physical assessments to determine cardio-respiratory endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and body composition * design and implement an exercise program to support personal fitness/wellness goals * maintain an exercise log to monitor frequency, intensity, and duration of a personal exercise program * take written examinations to test cognitive understanding of fitness/wellness concepts GRADE SCALE 90-100=A 80-89=B 70-79=C 69 & below=F ATTENDANCE POLICY: Attendance is expected for all class sessions. COURSE POLICIES will be discussed during orientation. METHODS OF EVALUATION may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Pre/Post Fitness Assessments * To determine cardio-respiratory endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and body composition. 2. Written Exams * To assess cognitive understanding of fitness/wellness concepts 3. Attendance/Workout Charts or Exercise Journals * To record and monitor personal fitness program to improve fitness parameters 4. Laboratory Assignments * To determine how gender impacts health risks, dietary habits, and exercise habits * To determine personal stress level and develop a plan to reduce stress5. Health/Wellness Inventories * To evaluate personal habits to determine impact on health/wellness FINAL GRADE will be based upon the following: 1. CLASS PARTICIPATION/ATTENDANCE * Daily Exercise Journals * Personal Goals * Attendance/Workout Charts 2. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS/LABORATORY ASSIGNMENTS: * Textbook readings/class handouts 3. PHYSICAL FITNESS * Pre/Post Physical Fitness Assessments STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and/or PHYSICAL SCREENING FORM will be provided during orientation. ADA Statement Students with a physical, mental or learning disability who require accommodations should contact the college Disability Services Office in C237. Call 972.860.8348 or email [email protected] For more information: http://www.eastfieldcollege.edu/SSI/DSO/index.html FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS: If you are receiving Financial Aid grants or loans, you must begin attendance


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