PHED178 Basketball and Baseball

Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies: Kinesiology and Sport Studies Department Archive

I. Course Number and Title
PHED178 Basketball and Baseball Course No Longer Offered
II. Number of Credits
2 credits
III. Number of Instructional Minutes
3000 minutes
IV. Prerequisites
V. Other Pertinent Information
VI. Catalog Course Description
This course satisfies the transfer requirements for Physical Education majors. Fundamental skills and basic strategies of basketball and baseball are introduced according to Men's rules. Instructional drills and progressions on various skill levels are emphasized. Lifetime health benefits related to proper nutrition and exercise physiology are examined.
VII. Required Course Content and Direction
  1. Course Learning Goals

    1. The student will learn that lifelong wellness is achieved and sustained by practicing habits that include regular physical exercise, and proper nutrition. These concepts will be applied to the sports of basketball and baseball. This course focuses is on the basketball and baseball skills of learning the proper techniques of throwing, catching, hitting, shooting, passing, and dribbling.

    2. This course is to help the student learn the teaching techniques that would be used in presenting these skills to others. Teaching to students without the basic skills and having the ability to improve techniques of students with some basic background in the skills area.

    3. The principles of safety and safety equipment are also emphasized.

    4. Through regular practice and participation, this course offers an activity that will promote organic fitness, social, and mental wellness.

    5. The student will learn valid concepts of exercise physiology and how to apply them to basketball and baseball.

    6. The student will learn valid concepts of nutrition and how to apply them to his own diet.

    7. The student will develop proficiency in the basic skill techniques of basketball and baseball.

    8. The student will acquire knowledge of the history, rules, and fundamentals of basketball and baseball.

    9. The student will become aware of, understand rational and learn how to correct some of the common errors in basketball and baseball that players make during the learning process.

    This course satisfies the requirements for the BCCC Core Curriculum.

    Core Learning Goals:
    Category I:
      Personal Health: The students will:

      1. develop attitudes, values, and skills which promote physical and emotional well-being to extend over the course of their lives.

    Core Learning Objectives:
    Category I:
      Personal Health: The students will be able to:

      1. recognize the components of wellness, exercise, and diet that contribute to life long physical, and mental wellness. (1)
      2. practice wise choices regarding exercise and diet. (1)
      3. apply appropriate skills to manage stress and anxiety in order to maintain holistic health. (1)
      4. describe the links between behavior and health over the course of a lifetime. (1)

    Category III:
      Responsible Citizenship: The student will be able to:

      1. demonstrate an understanding of major ethnical concerns.
      2. demonstrate familiarity with contemporary environmental issues.
      3. identify the effects of a person's actions on the community.
  2. Planned Sequence of Topics and/or Learning Activities

    1. Basic Physiology of Exercise
      1. Principles of warm-up, stretching, and cool down
      2. Basic anatomy of muscles and joints
        1. Fiber type
        2. Ligament
        3. Tendon
      3. Muscular Contractions: isotonic, isometric, and isokenetic
      4. Muscular Metabolism
        1. Anaerobic
        2. Aerobic

    2. Applied Physiology of Exercise
      1. Principles of an exercise prescription:
        1. Frequency, intensity, time
        2. Overload, progressive resistance, specificity, recovery
      2. Physiological effects of regular anaerobic exercise
      3. Physiological effect of regular aerobic exercise
      4. Cross-training and how a variety of activities contribute to cardiovascular and total fitness

    3. The role of diet and nutrition - What is a quality diet?
      1. Weight management and body composition
      2. Cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis
      3. Heat balance, fluid, and electrolyte consumption
      4. Role of the nutrients in energy metabolism
      5. Relationship among stress, diet, and exercise

    4. Concepts of recuperation, positive adaptation and de-conditioning
      1. Immediate and correct care of athletic injuries
      2. Evaluation of fitness progress and self-testing

    5. Psychological Concepts
      1. Coping with stress
      2. Working as a team
      3. Aspects of winning
      4. Personal accomplishments and acknowledged limitations

    6. Concepts of critically reviewing the current literature in the areas of nutrition and physiology of exercise

    7. Instructional drills on the aspects of: throwing, catching, batting, running, dribbling, passing, and shooting

    8. Studying and safety equipment. Its use, proper fit, and care.

    9. Understanding and participating in the officiating techniques for the two sports
  3. Assessment Methods for Course Learning Goals

  4. Reference, Resource, or Learning Materials to be used by Student:

    1. Textbook is selected by full-time instructor.

    2. Policies governing student evaluation, grades, and attendance, will be specified in the course format prepared by the instructor.

Review/Approval Date - 12/03; Core Goals/Objectives added 6/04