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1 Course: PE V01 Swim 20 yard doing the front crawl and back crawl Tread water for one minute Swim 40 yards doing the elementary back stroke Course: PE V02 Swim 100 yards of front crawl and back crawl Swim 50 yards of elementary backstroke Swim 10 yards underwater Tread water for 5 minute Skill test Swim 800 yards, of any stroke, in less than 30 min Timed test Course: PE V03 Swim 100 yards of front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and breaststroke Swim 1000 yards of any stroke in less than 20 min Timed Swim 10 yards underwater Tread water for 5 minutes and 1min using only legs Skill test Course: PE V04 Swim 100 yards of front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and breaststroke with increased technical proficiency Swim 1000 yards of any stroke in less than 19 min Timed Swim 12 yards underwater Course: PE V06 Swim 100 yards of front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and breaststroke Swim 1000 yards of any stroke in less than 20 min Timed Swim 10 yards underwater Tread water for 5 minutes and 1min using only legs Skill test

2 Course: PEV07 Show improvement in cardiovascular fitness Pre/post test Show increased muscular endurance and/or technical proficiency of the Pre/post test following strokes: o Front and back crawl o Breaststroke o Sidestroke o Elementary backstroke Course: PE V 09 Execute: o Basic swimming strokes o Offensive and Defensive positioning o Sound passing and catching technique o Fundamental shooting technique o Basic goal-tender position skills Recognize and execute: o Basic offensive systems o Basic defensive patterns o Strategy Pass a rules test Written/ Written test Course: PE V12 Perform exercises in the water to achieve improved cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility Identify weight management principles, basic physiology of exercise and the benefits of regular exercise Skill test Written test Course: PE V14 Identify water safety procedures necessary for water exercise Skill test Analyze the results of pre-test and post-test to measure improvement in Written test cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, and strength Develop a routine of advanced water exercise Skill test

3 Course: PE V15 Identify water safety procedures necessary for water exercise Written test Analyze the results of pre-test and post-test to measure improvement in cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility and strength Develop a routine of advanced water exercise to include times tests and lap swimming Pre/Post test Skill test Course: PE V16 Demonstrate lifeguard technique in order to meet qualifying standards for the Written/Skill test American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certification Demonstrate teaching technique in order to meet qualifying standards for the Skill test American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification Provide First Aid and CPR at a professional rescuer level Written/Skill test Course: PE V17 Demonstrate lifeguard technique in order to meet qualifying standards for the Written/Skill test American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certification Demonstrate speed, endurance, and rescue skills while performing Skill test equipment based rescue Provide First Aid and CPR at a professional rescuer level Written/Skill test Course: PE V18 Demonstrate teaching technique in order to meet qualifying standards for the Written/ American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification Demonstrate how to complete lesson and block teaching plans Written test Demonstrate teaching techniques for all related aquatic activitie Course: PE 21 Achieve NAUI Scuba certification and safely scuba dive in open water NAUI Certification Skills and Written exam Demonstrate the correct use of diving tables for scuba dive planning Written exam Demonstrate basic dive safety techniques and first aid principles related to Written exam scuba diving

4 Course: PE 21 L Demonstrate the basic laws of physics as applied to scuba diving Demonstrate the scuba skills necessary for scuba diving safely Demonstrate basic dive safety and first aid principles related to scuba diving Course: PE 22 Execute specific scuba dive planning procedures for a variety of diving Written and skills tests environments Demonstrate rescue and first aid procedures related to scuba diving Written and skills tests Demonstrate safe use and maintenance of scuba equipment Written and skills test Course: PE V23 Students will improve their cardio fitness by: Performing hiking exercises. Pre/Post cardio endurance testing. Student will identify the principles of Physical Fitness. Written test on the principles of physical fitness. Students will describe and demonstrate common first aid procedures. Written and practical tests on first aid procedures. Course: PE V 31 demonstrate knowledge of assault prevention including: Written exam o assertiveness o factors that relate to violence in society. o prevention perform self defense skills and techniques including: skills test o Kicks o Hand blows o Blocks o Releases Utilize appropriate responses to threatening situations demonstration

5 Course: PE V 32 apply the basic principles of Aikido as a means of self defense Demonstrate the basic skills apply the relationship between: Pre/post self o mind assessment o body o and spirit to develop a calm state of mind demonstrate Aikido skills of punches, kicks, fall, throws and footwork Course: PE V33 Neutralize the attack of an opponent (suspect) Skills demonstration Perform the basic ju jutsu techniques including: o Throws o Punches o Control hold techniques o Blocks o searches Course: PE V34 Neutralize the attack and control an opponent (suspect) using intermediate techniques Perform the intermediate level ju jutsu skills including: o Intermediate level throws and punches o Falls o Intermediate level control hold techniques o Choke holds/releases o Intermediate level kicks Skills demonstration Course: PE V 35 apply the basic principles of traditional karate and its use as a means of defense perform the proper techniques for karate skills including: o Stance o Blocks o Punches o Strikes o And kicks Demonstration

6 Course: PE V 36 Take their pulse to determine if they are exercising within their target heart Pre-post pulse rate zone Use correct walking technique to prevent injuries Demonstration of technique Improved cardiovascular fitness Pre/post cardio assessment Course: PE V37 Students will identify proper form and techniques to improve running technique. Students will identify the nutritional needs, injury prevention and physiology of running. Students will perform necessary range of motion, warm-up and workout to improve the cardiovascular system. Demonstration of proper form during drills and workouts. Written test on nutrition, injury prevention, treatment, and benefits of running. Demonstration of skills and pre/post physical tests. Course: PE V38 Students will apply principles and knowledge in the development of training schedule to improve skills. o Students will perform and apply techniques necessary for swimming, running and cycling. Students will identify: o Strategies o Psychological aspects of training and competing. Written logs, journal tracking the workouts. Demonstrate proper form, breathing and transitions necessary. Reading handouts and application of techniques.

7 Course: PE V 39 apply the intermediate principles of traditional karate and demonstrate its use as a means of self defense Students will utilize the proper intermediate level of techniques for: o Throws o Joint locks o Escapes o Stance o Blocks o Punches o Strikes o And kicks Demonstration on intermediate techniques Course: PE V 41 Utilize the proper weight lifting techniques to improve: o Muscular development o Endurance o Flexibility o And strength Iidentify: o The major muscles of the human body Pre/post test on muscular endurance and strength Written test Course: PE V43 Utilize the super circuit and other cardiovascular machines and strength equipment to improve: o Cardio-respiratory endurance o Muscular strength and endurance o Flexibility Identify and understand: o major muscles of the human body o basic principles of weight management o basic principles of exercise physiology Pre and Post fitness test Written test Course: PE V 44 Identify vital targets on the body Written test Perform: Basic kicks o Punches o Blocks

8 Course: PE V45 Utilize the proper spinning techniques Demonstrate the proper o Cardio-respiratory endurance training bike set-up and riding o Muscular strength and endurance training techniques and protocol. Calculate their target heart rate to ensure training in the appropriate target heart range Complete and analyze target heart rate ranges. Demonstrate improvement in cardio-respiratory and muscular endurance Pre and post fitness testing Course: PE V46 Utilize a variety of exercise modes and techniques to improve: o Muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and cardio-respiratory endurance Identify weight management principles, basic physiology of exercise and benefits of regular exercise. Demonstration of exercise techniques Written evaluations. Course: PE V 47 Construct individual workout programs based on personal goals Submit written workout plan Utilize and monitor: Pre/post pulse test o Cardiovascular fitness through exercise Identify exercises which promote: testing & o Muscular strength and endurance pre/post test o Cardiovascular endurance o Flexibility Course: PE V48 Perform step aerobic exercises to achieve muscular strength and muscular endurance and show improvement in cardiovascular fitness. Execute the proper step aerobic exercises and routines Pre and post fitness testing Demonstration of step routines

9 Course: PE V 49 Monitor cardiovascular fitness through the target heart range Pulse rate checks Show improvement in physical fitness Pre/post fitness testing Perform a variety of self defense kicks and punches Skills demonstration Course: PE V50 Utilize the cardiovascular equipment correctly Demonstration Perform a proper warm-up and cool-down Demonstration Show improvement in their cardiovascular condition Pre/Post Fitness testing Course: PE V 51 Execute the following basic shots: forehand, backhand, smash and serve. Students will know the rules and etiquette of playing badminton Written test Course: PE V52 Execute the fundamental skills of bowling correctly. Demonstration Keep score both manually and electronically. Keep score using both systems. Course: PE V 53 Demonstrate knowledge of golf rules and etiquette Written exam Hit a golf ball using a driver using correct technique Putt a golf ball on the green using a putter Course: PE V54 Execute the basic poses practiced in: o Yoga o Pilates Identify the major muscle groups of the body and match exercises which work each muscle group: Demonstration Written test

10 Course: PE V55 Show improvement in physical fitness including the following components: o Cardio-respiratory endurance o Muscular strength and endurance o Flexibility Identify and understand: o major muscles of the human body o basic principles of weight management o basic principles of exercise physiology Develop and implement an individualized exercise program based on sound principles of exercise physiology Pre and Post fitness test Written test Project Course: PE V 56 Describe: Written exams o Tennis Terminology o Rules of tennis o Tennis etiquette Hit a tennis ball using a: o Forehand o Backhand o Serve Keep a ball in play during a rally Demonstration Course: PE V57 Demonstrate knowledge of strategy and tactics in both singles and doubles Written test Execute the following intermediate skills: Skills demonstration o Lob o Serve for accuracy o Volley o Half-volley o Overhead smash Course: PE V 58 o Participate in tennis competition o o Perform the following advanced tennis techniques: o Spin serve o Topspin lob o Topspin forehand with power o Drop shot Participate in class tournaments

11 Course: PE V59 Students will identify: o Proper form o And techniques in various track and field events. Students will identify: o Nutritional needs o Injury prevention o Strategies needed for Track and Field Competition. Demonstration of practical skills needed in events. Practical testing of skills. Written test on rules of competition. Course: PE V60 Perform basic poses practiced in yoga with correct alignment Demonstration Perform yoga flow combinations Demonstration Center and calm themselves through meditation and mindfulness techniques Individual subjective evaluation Course: PE V 61 Understand and apply the rules and etiquette of the game of volleyball o Execute: o The overhand serve o Forearm pass o And basic spike Written exam Course: PE V 62 Execute: o Floater serve o Forearm pass o Overhand set o Spike o Block Recognize and execute: o Basic offensive systems o Basic defensive patterns o Strategy Demonstration

12 Course: PE V 63 Execute: o Floater serve and spin serve o Overhand pass o Overhand set o Spike o Block, Individual and double o Tip o Dig o Dive Recognize and execute: o Advanced offensive systems o Advanced defensive patterns o Advanced Strategy Demonstration Course: PE V 64 Understand and implement offensive and defensive softball strategy Written test Execute the following softball skills: o Throw o Catch o Bat o Bunt Understand the rules of the game of softball Written test Course: PE V 65 Execute the following beach volleyball skills including: o Forearm pass (bump) o Dig o Serve o Basic offensive and defensive positioning Understand and implement: o Basic rules of beach volleyball o Strategy of beach volleyball o Etiquette of beach volleyball Written exam

13 Course: PE V 66 Execute the proper Tai Chi: Demonstration o Postures o Stances o Transitions o Alignment Perform the first set correctly Demonstration Course: PE V 67 Perform the following soccer skills: Demonstration of soccer o Dribbling skills o Passing o Shooting o Individual defense Understand and apply soccer strategy in a soccer match Demonstration Course: PE V 69 Demonstrate improvement in cardiovascular conditioning Pre/post fitness test Understand and execute basic offensive and defensive formations and plays Written test Show improvement in the following football skills: o Blocking o Tackling o Catching Course: PE V70 Execute the skills of basketball including: o Dribbling o Passing o Shooting o Blocking o Individual defense Understand and apply the rules of basketball in a game Written test

14 Course: PE V 71 Improve ability in the following baseball skills: Skills Demonstration o Catching o Throwing o Batting o Fielding o Bunting Execute game simulations Demonstration Understand and apply the rules of baseball Written test Course: PE V73 o o o o Define somatic well-being and assess internal and external somatic awareness Demonstrate mind/body/spirit techniques and assess how they can enhance a person s emotional, physical, social and spiritual wellbeing Demonstrate and perform the following techniques: Pilates, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, Yoga and balletic movement. Discussion and demonstration Discussion and demonstration Demonstration and skills test Course: PE V40 Utilize proper circuit training techniques to improve: Pre and Post test on o Muscular strength and endurance muscular strength, o Cardiovascular endurance endurance, and o flexibility flexibility. o specific to their sport Identify the major muscles of the human body Written test on the major muscles of the body. Course: PE V 75 Identify the major muscle groups Written test Demonstrate strength and power gains Pre/post strength test Identify and perform correct lifting techniques Demonstrate proper stance and breathing

15 Course: PE V76 Improve in baseball skills Course: PE V78 Improve in basketball skills Course: PE V80 Improvement cardiovascular conditioning Pre/post test Course: PE V80/81 Students will utilize the proper form and techniques needed for: o Varying terrain o Speed development o And endurance necessary for Intercollegiate Competition. Students will develop the ability to interact with teammates and identify dynamics of sportsmanship and teamwork. Demonstration of skills during daily practice. Performance of skills during weekly competition. Demonstrate and display qualities of sportsmanship and teamwork. Course: PE V81 Improvement cardiovascular conditioning Pre/post test

16 Course: PE V82 Improvement cardiovascular conditioning and muscular strength Pre/post test Improve in football-related skills Course: PE V83 Improve in swim technique Course: PE V84 Improve in golf skills Pre/post test Course: PE V85 Improve in soccer skills Course: PE V86 Improve in track and field specific skills Course: PE V87 Improve in softball related skills

17 Course: PE V88 Improve in swim technique Course: PE V86/94 Students will utilize the proper form and techniques needed for varying: o Track and Field events o Speed o endurance development o And muscular strength. Students will develop the ability to interact with teammates and identify dynamics of sportsmanship and teamwork. Students will identify the strategies and rule necessary for Intercollegiate competition: Demonstration of skills during daily practice. Demonstrate and display qualities of sportsmanship and teamwork. Review of written rules Course: PE V91 Improve in swim technique Course: PE V92 Improve in tennis related skills Course: PE V93 Improve in tennis skills

18 Course: PE V94 Improve in track and field specific skills Course: PE V97 Improve in volleyball skills Course: PE V98 See Improvement in water polo skills Course: PE V99 See Improvement in water polo skills

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