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UNIVERSITYOFGEORGIA CollegeofEducation DepartmentofKinesiology Fall2013 IntrotoWeighttraining PEDB1400CallNumber62051 TuesdayandThursday 8:008:50 Classmeetsinroom245 Ms.ManuelaCristinaBarna, Office:RamseyCenter/210 Phone:(404)2850064 Email:cbarna@uga.edu OfficeHours:Availablebyappointment.

nt. eLearning Commons: http://elcnew.uga.edu/ Required(online)book: ISBNis:ISBN0073369810UGAPhysicalEducation&FitnessActivitiesAccessCard(attheUGA bookstore) OR onlinethroughMcGrawHill:http://shop.mcgrawhill.com/mhshop/productDetails?isbn=0073369888 CourseDescription: Eachclasswillbeconductedasindividualworkoutsessions.Undertheinstructorssupervision,short lecturesordemonstrationsforbasicknowledgeandskillsneeded,willbegiventhoroughthesemester.As theclassprogresses,studentswillassessthemselvesanddevelophis/herownworkoutplanwith instructorsassistance. CourseObjectives: 1. Togainbettercoordinationinmovements. 2. Toexamineonespersonalattitudetowardexercise. 3. Tounderstandtheroleofphysicalactivityinhumanhealth. 4. Todevelopavalueforexerciseasanintegralpartoflife. 5. Tounderstandtheprinciplesfordevelopmentandmaintenanceofaerobicfitness,muscularstrength,muscular endurance,flexibility,andforcontrollingandmaintainingahealthybodyweight. 6. Toguidethestudentindesigningapersonalexerciseprogramtopromotebetterhealth,physicalfitness,andincreased qualityoflife. 7. Todevelopandparticipateinaspeciallydesignedexerciseprogramdesignedtomeetthestudentsindividualneeds andinterestsandtodocumentthroughtestingitseffectonhealthandphysicalfitness. RequiredAttireandEquipment: 1. Appropriateworkoutdressisrequired(shortsorathleticpants,tshirt,andgymshoesarerecommended).Nojeans, boots,sandals,heels,oropentoedshoesshouldbeworn. 2. Ifproperattireisnotworn,youwillbeaskedtoleaveclassandwillbegivenanabsenceforthatday. Awaterbottleisrecommendedduringtheclassinordertokeephydratedandatowelismandatory. ClassPolicies: 1. StudentswillabidebythestandardsasstatedbytheUniversityHonorCode(seebelow)andAcademicHonestyPolicy. ThesestandardscanbefoundinACultureofHonesty,theUniversityspolicyandproceduresforhandlingcasesof Instructor:


suspecteddishonesty.Detailedinformationcanbeviewedathttp://www.uga.edu/honestytohelpyouunderstand howthetermacademicdishonestyisdefinedonthiscampus.
AsaUniversityofGeorgiastudent,youhaveagreedtoabidebytheUniversitysacademichonestypolicy,ACultureofHonesty,andthe Student Honor Code. All academic work must meet the standards described in A Culture of Honesty found at: www.uga.edu/honesty. Lack of knowledge of the academic honesty policy is not a reasonable explanation for a violation. Questions related to course assignments and the academichonestypolicyshouldbedirectedtotheinstructor.

2. StudentsrequestingclassroomaccommodationmustfirstregisterwiththeDisabilityResourceCenter(DRC).TheDRC willprovidedocumentationtothestudent,whomustthenprovidethisdocumentationtotheinstructorwhen requestinganaccommodation.Studentswithdocumenteddisabilitiesthataffecttheirabilitytoparticipatefullyinthe courseorwhorequirespecialaccommodationsareencouragedtospeakwiththeinstructor,sothatappropriate accommodationscanbearranged. Attendanceandtimelinessisrequired.(Seeattendancepolicybelow) Studentsareresponsiblefortheinformationprovidedinclassalongwiththereadingsfromtheonlinetextbookand/or supplementalresources.Ifyouareabsentwhenmaterialsaredistributed,itisyourresponsibilitytoobtainthe informationfromanotherstudent. Allcellularphones,pagers,MP3sorotherelectronicdevicesmustbeturnedoffbeforeclassandstayoffuntilthe instructordismissesclass.Eachtimeyourelectronicdeviceisusedduringclass,itwillresultina3pointdeductionfrom yourtotalpointsearnedinthecourse. Poorsportsmanshipandtheuseofinappropriatelanguagewillnotbetolerated.Ifthisoccurs,thestudentwillbe askedtoleave,willbecountedasabsent,andwillneedtomeetwiththeinstructor.Ifthestudentrefusestoleave,itis attheinstructorsdiscretiontoreducethestudentsgrade. Thecoursesyllabusisageneralplanforthecourse;deviationsannouncedtotheclassbytheinstructormaybe necessary.

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Course Requirements: 1. Thiscoursewillconsistofphysicalparticipation,discussions,demonstrations,inclassassessments,andwritten assessments.Allupdatesorchangestotheschedulewillbeannouncedinclass.Itisyourresponsibilitytokeepupwith changestothesyllabusandcalendar. 2. Students are required to use the new eLearning Commons (eLCNEW) for this course. Syllabus, class information, the course schedule, the clearance for safe exercise participation, and a link to the online fitness content will be available through eLCNEW. To access eLCNEW you will need your MyID, as well as a current password: elc.uga.edu or https://uga.view.usg.edu/. 3. Readings,assessmentsandassignmentsareassignedthroughoutthesessionandduedatesarepostedoneLCNEW. Itisyourresponsibilitytokeepupwiththeduedates. 4. Students are required to take the Knowing your syllabus eLCNEW assessment by the stated deadline. Failing to take the Syllabus assessment on eLCNEW by the deadline or to score at least 90% in no more than 2 attempts results in a 5 point deduction, and the student must re-take the Assessment until 90% is achieved. Students must complete the Knowing Your Syllabus Assessment before they can receive their instructor code for the Online McGraw-Hill Assessments or receive credit for previously taken UGA PE classes.


Grading This course is graded as an S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory). In order to determine what grade a student will be awarded, a percentage system will be used. There are 100 possible points to be earned and 80 points are required to earn an S in this course. Three components determine a students final grade: (1) Participation, (2) Online Fitness Content and (3) Assignments. (1) Participation, Attendance (2) Online Fitness Content 6 Fitness Assessments 1 Course-specific Assessment 10 pts 50 pts 40 pts 30 pts 10 pts (ALL worksheets have to be complete to earn points) 0 or 5 pts can be earned for each assessment section (0 for score <80%; 5 pts for score of 80% or higher)

(3) Assignments Goal setting Challenges and strategies Goal Evaluation Course Evaluation

100 pts (1) Participation Policy: Consistent attendance and on-task participation are required and are vital factors into your final grade. Students begin the semester with a participation score of 50 (out of 50). If a student consistently participates in class and is on-task during class, the student will receive a 50 at the end of the semester for participation. Participation will be deducted when: A student misses a class; 10 points will be deducted from his/her participation score because s/he is not actively engaged in the physical activity of the class that day*. So, if a student misses 4 classes, s/he will receive a grade of Unsatisfactory. A student arrives late for class; 1 point will be deducted from his/her participation score when a student arrives 5 minutes late; 10 points are deducted when a student arrives 15 minutes late. If a student is late more than 10 times, 20 points will be deducted from his/her participation score. A student engages in off-task behavior will lose points from their participation grade each time an offense is seen because off-task behavior decreases the quality of participation for you, and potentially others. The following are examples of off-task behavior and the point deductions associated with each:

i. Student is consistently chatting without engagement in the task at hand (5 points) ii. Student is consistently on cell phone, mp3 player or other electronic device during class (5 points) iii. Student distracts other students, or is disruptive to those trying to learn (5 points) iv. Student fails to meet the attire requirements (10 points) v. Student leaves before class ends/without being dismissed (10 points) vi. Student engages in unsafe behavior intentionally, (20 points) Student intentionally destroys or damages equipment (20 points

TentativeCourseOutline:
WeightTraining Fitness&CoursespecificKnowledgeContent(FCKC) http://mhlearningsolutions.com/georgia_PE & Assignments(eLCNEW) Week1 Syllabus,procedures,rules IneLCNEW:Readsyllabus,takeassessment(Knowing yoursyllabus) IneLCNEW:Uploadprofilepicture IneLCNEW:Setupinstantnotificationsfornewsitems

Importanceofkeepinganactivitylog throughouttheclassduration.


Week2

DynamicsofWeighttrainingas essentialstoPhysicalfitnessand wellness

Allstudentsshouldhavepurchasedaccesscode, registered,loggedinandaccessedthesiteatleastonce: http://mhlearningsolutions.com/georgia_PE FCKC:Readcoursespecificsection FCKC:CompleteCourseSpecificAssessment FCKC:Readsection:ExerciseVocabulary FCKC:CompleteAssessmentExerciseVocabulary FCKC:Readsection:HealthBenefits FCKC:CompleteAssessmentHealthBenefits FCKC:Readsection:TheFITTPrinciple FCKC:CompleteAssessmentTheFITTPrinciple FCKC:Readsection:BehaviorChange FCKC:CompleteAssessmentBehaviorChange IneLCNEW:CompleteandsubmitGoalSetting Worksheet FCKC:Readsection:PreparingandRecoveringfrom Exercise FCKC:CompleteAssessmentPreparingandRecovering fromExercise FCKC:Readsection:Nutrition FCKC:CompleteAssessmentNutrition IneLCNEW:CompleteandsubmitStrategiesand ChallengesWorksheet

Week3

Exerciseprescriptions:TMZ(tone,muscle,
zone)Circuit

Week4

Exerciseprescriptions:
TMZ(tone,muscle,zone)Upperbody/Lower body/Abs

Week5

TMZ(tone,muscle,zone)Upperbody/Lower body/Abs

Week6

Exerciseprescriptions:
TMZ(tone,muscle,zone)Upperbody/Lower body/Abs

Week7

Exerciseprescriptions:
TMZ(tone,muscle,zone)Upperbody/Lower body/Abs

Week8 Week9 Week10

Weighttraining1(LowerBody+Abs) Weighttraining2(Cardio+UpperBody+Abs) Weighttraining3(Cardio+Abs.)

IneLCNEW:CompleteandsubmitGoalEvaluation Worksheet Completeonlineinstructorevaluationat https://ssl.coe.uga.edu/apps/authorize

Week11 Week12 Week13 Week14 Week15

Weighttraining1(LowerBody+Abs) Weighttraining2(Cardio+UpperBody+Abs) Weighttraining3(Cardio+Abs.) Weighttraining1(LowerBody+Abs)