Rio Hondo College

PE 196 Health: Fitness and Wellness

Fall 2009

 

Instructor: Kathy Pudelko

Phone: 562-692-0921 ext. 3144

E-mail: kpudelko@riohondo.edu

Office: Women’s Gym C161

Office hours: M-W 1-2,

 

 

Text: Get Fit, Stay Well !

Janet L. Hopson, Rebecca j. Donatelle, Tanya R. Littrell

Pearson Benjamin Cummings

 

 

Course Description:

The Health: Fitness and Wellness course is based upon the premise that a person’s lifestyle contributes to quality and length of life.

 

An attempt will be made in this course to teach facts and concepts relative to the physiological and psychological responses to frequent and regular bouts of aerobic exercise.  Emphasis will be placed upon proper selection of foods and the maintenance of a healthy and nutritionally sound diet.  The main thrust or the course is to effect behavioral change, so the students will be able to make lifestyle choices in a socially and personally responsible manner.

 

Student Learning Outcome: Student will asses the quality of own diet.

 

 

Grading Procedure/Course Requirements

 

1.         GRADES: Your final grade will be based on your total number of points by the end of the semester.

2.         Grades will be based on:                             Points

           

                                                Tests                           320

                                                Quiz                              80

                                                Labs                           155

                                    Thought Paper                       350

                                                                                    905

 

                                    905-815------A

                                    814-734------B

                                    733-653------C

                                    652-585------D

                                    584-------------F

 

 

 

 

3.         HOMEWORK: All assignments must be submitted at the beginning of class.  Late assignments will be accepted for no credit only

EXTRA CREDIT:  You will be allowed up to 20 points extra credit.

4.         EXAMS: You must have a scantron and a number 2 sharpened pencils for exams.

 

6.         DROPS: If you decide to drop the class, you must follow the district policy for dropping        classes.

7.         CHILDREN: No children or guests are allowed in the classroom.

8.         CELL PHONES/TEXTING Please turn off cell phones, TEXTING IN CLASS WILL COST YOU POINTS

9.         INCOMPLETES: No incomplete will be given unless there is an emergency at the end of the semester.

10.       FOOD: No food or drink (water is ok) is allowed in the classroom

11.       Extra Credit:

                        Career Center ……..………………….  5pts.                     Concurrent PE Class ..5pts

                        Other as announced……………………..  

            Enrolling in the Lifelong Fitness Center and completing at least 35 hours of activity will give you 80 points which you may use to replace a test you did not complete or one in which the score was low.

 

12.       SOME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WILL BE REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS; HOWEVER, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE P.E. ACTIVITY CREDIT TOWARDS GRADUATION. 

 

13.       ALL LAB ASSIGNMENTS (conclusions and implications.  All labs must be turned in at the beginning of class. Goals must be written for each lab.

 

14.       CHEATING: Cheating will not be tolerated.  You will be warned once.  After that, the cheating policy as stated in the student handbook will be followed.

 

                                    Health: Fitness and Wellness Syllabus Fall 2009

 

Aug.

 

 

 

Mon.

24

Overview Read Chapters 1 & 2  Outline for project on Wed.

Wed.

26

Lecture Chapters 1      Labs 1.1,1.2 1.3   due . Monday

Mon,

31

Lecture Chapter 2        Labs   2.3 due Monday

Sept.

Wed.

 

2

Lecture Chapter 3        Labs 3.1, 3.2, 3.3  Lab 4.1 & 4.3 due Wed.

 

Wed.

9

Lecture Chapter 4  Blood pressure Lab 4.2 meet at track, section II,  Test 1 (1-4) due Mon.

Mon..

14

Lecture Chapter 5 Lab 5.2, 5.4 section I due Wed.

Wed.

16

Chapter 5

Mon.

21

Chapter 6  Lab 6.1

Wed.

23

Chapter 6

Mon.

28

Lecture Chapter 7    Lab 7.1, 7.2

Wed.

30

Lecture 7

Oct.

 

 

 

Mon,

5

Lecture Chapter 8,   Lab 8.1,8.2, 8.3 

Wed.

7

Chapter 8  Test 2  (5-7)  due Monday  Lab 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 due Monday

Mon.

12

Lecture Chapter 9    Lab 9.1,      9.2

Wed.

14

Lecture 9     Lab 9.1 & 9.2 due Monday

Mon.

19

Lecture Chapter 10  Lab 10.1, 10.3. due Wednesday

Wed.

21

Lecture outline for paper 

Mon.

26

Lecture Chapter 11  Lab 11.1 due Wednesday

Wed.

28

Chapter 11

Nov.

 

 

 

Mon.

2

Lecture Chapter 12  Lab 12.1 due Wednesday

Wed.

4

Chapter 12             Test 3 (8-11) due Monday

Wed.

11

Read Chapter 13  Lab 13.1  due Wednesday

Mon.

16

Chapter 13

Wed.

18

Lecture Chapter 14   Lab 14.1  due Wednesday

Mon.

23

Lecture Chapter 14  & 15  Lab 15.1 due Wednesday

Wed.

25

Lecture Chapter 15

Mon.

30

Lecture Chapter 16     Lab 16.1, 16.2, 16.3  need to be included in your project.

Dec.

 

 

 

Wed.

2

Thought Paper Due.

Wed.

9

Final 11:15-1:15  Summary Thought paper returned

 

3

 

Final

 

Dec. 9th

 

 

Changes to the order of lectures will happen, remember this class is about you so come to class, ask questions and find information that will help you live without sickness.

 

 

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