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KINE 1301 Course Guide

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Navigating this Course Guide

This course guide has been customized to assist you with KINE1301. Thanks for stopping by!

Use the navigational tabs above to find the course modules for your assignments and various resources that can help with your course assignments.

The information on this page is meant to orientate you with the requirements of the course. 

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The South Texas College Library has self-paced, interactive tutorials that help students and faculty successfully utilize library resources. Learn more about the library, how to search for information, and how to avoid plagiarism by following writing and citing best practices. 

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Discovery Search is available from that page, so there's no need to go back to the Library's website.

Find a list of databases best suited for Historical research and some featured graphic novels! 

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There are also several how-tos from the Purdue Online Writing Lab, and several tools for generating proper citation/bibliographies. 

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Course Description

Course Description

This course provides an orientation to the field of kinesiology, its scope, organization of professional activities, vocational opportunities and professional qualifications.

Course Calendar

Course Calendar for KINE1301 (Fall) 8/23/2021 to 12/12/2021

The following is a tenative schedule for this class. Schedule is subject to change*

General Description of Lectures and Discussions. Major Assignments and Examinations

Week 1

Introduction

Philosophy Statement (Assignment)

Physical Education: Kinesiology defined

Week 2

Allied Fields

Major Philosophies

Goals and objectives

Week 3

Three Domains

Purpose of Assessment

Wellness Movement

Week 4

Physical Activity of Children and Youth

Early Programs—Spot History

Assignment

Week 5

Motor Learning

Stages of Learning

Chapter 4 & Chapter 5

Discussion 3:  Chapter 5

Week 6

Motor Development and Fundamental Skills

Biomechanics

Week 7

Principals and Concepts of Movement

Physiology of Exercise

Exam 1

Week 8

Energy Production and Fitness Principles

FITT/Fitness Components

Week 9

Sports and Goal Setting

Benefits of Physical Activity

Week 10

Sport Pedagogy

Areas of Study

Sport/Fitness/Outdoor Education

Week 11

Curriculum Development

Careers: Teaching/Coaching

Week 12

Teaching/Coaching Responsibilities

Exam 2

Week 13

Community/Commercial Programs

Sport Management

Week 14

Athletic Administration

Officiating

Week 15

Leadership in Youth Programs

Carry Over Activities

Week 16

 

Review and Discussion

Exam 3 (Final)