Syllabus, spring 2017 Concepts of Individual and Dual Sports hpe 195



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Syllabus , SPRING 2017
Concepts of Individual and Dual Sports - HPE 195

N. DiCicco, EdD

ndicicco@camdencc.edu

Course website: diciccohealth.weebly.com
Phone ext4264

Office: Papiano office complex, room 118. Office hours are posted outside the entranceway to the office complex on the bulletin board.

Class Meets: Wed. 8-9:50 AM Room 103


Course Description/Goals:
A course designed for the student to learn teaching strategies and concepts necessary for effective instruction in fitness and sport activities. Students will also learn how to organize and prepare for sport and fitness activities.
Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:


1. Write an organized lesson plan

2. Explain and incorporate the New Jersey Core Curriculum Standards for Health and Physical Education into an

organized lesson plan (HPE teachers only)

3. Apply effective teaching strategies and concepts in teaching fitness and sport skills

4. Explain effective teaching strategies and concepts

5. Teach a mini-lesson

6. Set-up and organize a facility in preparation for teaching a sport or fitness activity

7. Set-up and effectively run a tournament


Course Requirements and Evaluation:
Attendance:

Attendance is mandatory. Each absence will result in a 8 point reduction in your final grade. Missing three classes will result in an automatic failure of the course.


Tardiness:

Each time you are late there will be a 3 point reduction in your final grade. Anyone more than ten minutes late is considered absent (see above policy).


Make-up and Extra Credit
There will be NO make-up or extra credit work given to any student who misses an assignment or an exam.

  • Assignments turned in one calendar day (not course day) late will receive a reduction of 50% of their value. Assignments turned in more than one day late will receive a grade of “0”.

  • All assignments must be hand delivered in a hard copy format. No emailed assignments or work will be accepted.

Dress:

Students are required to wear activity clothes and sneakers. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in one being marked absent and being prohibited from participating in the day’s activities. Appropriate dress: t-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, sweatpants, and sneakers (no slip ons). NO JEANS.


Evaluation: Health and Exercise Science Majors
Teaching Plan: Health and Exercise Science majors must complete a lesson plan for teaching an individual or dual sport skill. An outline for your lesson plan will be given to you and the requirements will be discussed in class.
Mini-Teaching Lesson: Based on your lesson plan, you will teach a mini-lesson to your peers. Details of this assignment will be explained in class.
Final Exam: This will be an essay test based on the teaching strategies and concepts that you learned in class
Sport Test: You will be given an exam on the rules of play and basic knowledge on the game of badminton


Participation:

Each student is expected to participate fully in all activities. Failure to participate will result in a 50% deduction to your final grade for each activity in which you did not participate.


Grade:

Mini-Lesson……………….. ..35

Sport Test..…………………...20

Final………………………… 20

Lesson Plan ………………….25

Total…………………………100%



Evaluation: Sport Management:
Tournament Planning, Organizing, and Implementation: Your ability to effectively plan, organize, and conduct tournaments will be required and evaluated.
Feedback/Organization: You will be required to provide effective and clear feedback and communication. This will be discussed in detail in class. You will also be responsible for participating in teaching activities.
Sport Test: You will be given an exam on the rules of play and basic knowledge on the game of badminton
Final Exam: This will cover what you learned during your management and planning of the badminton tournament
Grade:

Tournament Plan……………..20

Doubles Tournament…………30

Sport Test…………………….20

Feedback/Participation………..10

Final Exam …………………..20



Total…………………………100%
A=92-100

B=82-91

C=72-81

D=62-71

F= less than 62

Textbooks:
None required

Use resources listed on the course webpage


Revised January 11, 2017


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