Thursday 10/1 Quick Start: Share with your table where you are with your project…what is going well, what are you having difficulty with. Collaborate and share suggestions



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Thursday 10/1

Quick Start: Share with your table where you are with your project…what is going well, what are you having difficulty with. Collaborate and share suggestions.

Intro to Taping

Objectives:

TSWBA to explain 3 reasons why trainers use tape

TSWBA to rip 5 pieces of tape in a row

Lesson:

Why tape?

Supplies

Ripping tape

Tape rip relay

Friday 10/2

Friday Facts


Write down the 5 most important key points from your article. Then write a personal connection paragraph - why did you choose this article? agree/disagree? personal connection?
Field Trip info
Assignment: select 6 sessions you would like to attend if you go on the field trip. Why did you select these sessions? Which sounds MOST interesting? Why?


Monday 10/5

Advanced Students – research topics. Due by Friday

History of Sport and Sports Med presentations!

 

QUICK START:


1. If you are presenting today go change NOW


  1. When the bell rings, sit QUIETLY. Take out a sheet of paper; write your name on it and title it:


History of Sport and Sports Med Key Points (100 pt assignment)
1. Topic: ___________________ Presenter(s): _______________
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  1. Presenter #1 prepare your powerpoint/poster




  1. Each day a different table will evaluate presentations while all other students do their key points.




  1. Each day when you arrive sit quietly as soon as the bell rings and prepare to present if you are to do so that day.



Rubric worksheet for 1 table

Feedback for each presenter

 

Tuesday 10/6



Quick Start: Prepare your Key Notes page. If you are evaluating using the rubric, read it so that you know what you are looking for during each presentation.

 

History of Sport and Sports Med presentations!

 

Key Points worksheet for audience

Feedback for each presenter

 

 Wednesday 10/7



Quick Start: Prepare your Key Notes page. If you are evaluating using the rubric, read it so that you know what you are looking for during each presentation.
History of Sport and Sports Med presentations!

 

Key Points worksheet for audience



Feedback for each presenter

 

Thursday 10/8



Quick Start: Prepare your Key Notes page. If you are evaluating using the rubric, read it so that you know what you are looking for during each presentation.
History of Sport and Sports Med presentations!

 

Key Points worksheet for audience



Feedback for each presenter

 

Friday 10/10 LID Day – no kids



Monday 10/12

Full-Day sub

Friday Facts check: Summary and personal connection

Taping taught by advanced students – elbow hyperextension, contact thumb, contact wrist, finger splint

Tuesday 10/14

Finish remaining presentations if any
In-Class Essay:
History of Sport & Sports Med Essay Prompt
Based on the presentations you saw in class, which sport has had the greatest impact on Sports Medicine. Justify your answer with at least 5 reasons why this sport is MOST important.
Criteria:
Introduction paragraph
Body: 5 key points
Conclusion: personal opinion
Correct spelling, grammar and sentence structure is required

Wednesday 10/15 (Early release)

Finish presentations if needed

 

New Unit – The Ankle



Anatomy, Terminology, Injury, Taping, Bracing
Reading Assignment and questions:
Please READ pages 307 – 324 and complete the following questions.
1. In your own words, what is a fracture?
2. List 5 types of fractures
3. Explain in your own words contractibility
4. A muscle that produces movement in a single direction is called the _________________ ____________
5. The opposite of the prime mover is the _________________________
6. Muscles attach _________________________ to ________________________
7. A strain is ______________________________________________________________________
8. What does R.I.C.E. stand for?

9. A sprain involves which type of tissue: muscles tendons ligaments


10. Explain in your own words the difference between a Grade I sprain and a Grade III sprain
11. In your own words, what is tendonitis?
12. In your own words what is bursitis?

 Thursday 10/16



Quick Start: Think about what you know about the ankle…
Do you know the names of any bones, ligaments, tendons?
Do you know about any common ankle injuries?
Have you ever had an ankle injury? How did it happen? What did you do for it?
Finish Reading (Chapter 16)
Terminology: Dislocation, subluxation, reduction, inversion, eversion, add / abduction, plantarflexion,  dorsiflexion, flexion, extension, circumduction, proximal, distal, medial, lateral
Reminder - Friday Facts

Friday 10/17

Friday Facts - sharing

 

Monday 10/19



Field trip to UPS for the Pierce County Health Careers Day

 

In class: Mr. Bendixen – lecture on soccer injuries; taping

  

Tuesday 10/20

Chapter 17 reading


Wednesday 10/21

Quick Start: With your group take a look at the medical terminology. If you are unsure of any words, discuss them and try to figure them out. Ask me for help.
Finish going over terminology

 

Begin Venn diagrams from packet; compare and contrast, provide examples

 


Thursday 10/22
Quick Start

 

3 columns of knowledge


stud muffin so-so clueless
review terms and place each into one of three columns.  As the class progresses the goal is to move each word into the stud muffin column - collaborate with classmates!
Venn diagrams

Finish Chapter 17 reading questions in packet

 Friday 10/23



Friday Facts
Quick Start: Review the diagrams on pages 341-342 – the bones and ligaments of the ankle. Be prepared to go over this in class after Friday Facts.
Overview of ankle anatomy - labelling; knowing the names of the bones, figure out the names of the 6 main ligaments
Color-coding anatomy


Monday 10/26

REVIEW FOR TEST - Ankle anatomy and terminology

 

TEST – ankle anatomy and terminology

 

Tuesday 10/27

TEST – ankle anatomy and terminology

Wednesday 10/28
Quick Start:  Read the packet; underline any words, terms or phrases you do not understand and highlight the words/terms that we have gone over in the last few weeks
Distributed yellow Ankle Taping packet (if you lose this packet you must borrow a packet from a friend and make your own copy at the library or elsewhere.  I do not have extra's and I cannot publish the packet on my website)
Watch Cramer Ankle Video – notes are available in ankle unit section of website

 

Overview of packet and terms while demonstrating elements of ankle taping

 

Thursday 10/29

Quick Start: write the purpose for each of the following taping components:

 

QDA, pre-wrap, heel and lace pads, anchors, overlapping the tape by half, medial malleolus


Taping supplies
Demo of ankle taping & proper use of supplies
Friday 10/30

Quick Start: Share Friday Facts

Taping versus Bracing
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