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Community CPR Certification after completing the requirements. CPR for the
Professional Rescuer certification may be received after supplemental training.)
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Allied Health
occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 104 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION/GOLF
1 (0-2)
Introduction to the sport of golf. Designed for both the beginner and intermediate
golfer, beginning with the breakdown of the golf swing and progressing to the
point of playing a full round on a golf course. Proper rules and etiquette are
emphasized.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 105 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION/
ICE SKATING
1 (0-2)
Develop cardio-vascular conditioning through ice skating. This class is
designed for both the beginner and intermediate skater. The course will begin by
teaching basic skating forward and backward, and progress to more difficult
maneuvers.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 111 INTRODUCTION TO ALPINE SKIING
(8 WEEK BLOCK-WINTER)
1 (0-2)
A basic introduction to the sport of downhill skiing. This course is designed
for the beginning skier through parallel skiing ability. The American Teaching
System (ATS) will be utilized.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 113 BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS
1 (0-2)
This course emphasizes the development of a sound physiological base through
cardio-vascular conditioning and improving fundamental basketball skills.
Strength training is also emphasized.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 114 BASKETBALL PRACTICUM
1 (0-2)
This course emphasizes the practice and theory of basketball team play and also
emphasizes strength training.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 119 BEGINNING KARATE & SELF-DEFENSE
1 (0-2)
This course emphasizes mental, moral and physical development based on the
martial arts of self-defense. It includes techniques and philosophies of Okinawan
karate including the harmony of mind, body and spirit, and is designed to develop
self-control, physical coordination and self- confidence.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 120 INTERMEDIATE KARATE AND SELF-DEFENSE
Continuation of PED 119
Prerequisite:
PED 119 or Permission of Instructor
1 (0-2)
PED 121 ADVANCED KARATE
A continuation of PED 120 Karate and Self-Defense.
Prerequisite:
PED 120
1 (0-2)
PED 150 BEGINNING YOGA
1 (1-0)
This course focuses on safe practice of beginning level yoga asanas (poses),
including standing, seated and lying down poses, and inversions. Asanas will be
explored individually and as part of vinyasa sequences. Connecting to the breath
and developing mindfulness will also be emphasized.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 160 FITNESS WALKING
1 (1-1)
Assists walkers of all abilities to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes
necessary to incorporate a lifelong fitness walking program into their daily
lifestyles by utilizing a total approach to personal fitness.
Prerequisites:
None
PED 202 RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES
2 (3-0)
Through textbook, lecture, video, and performance of practical skills, students will
become prepared to recognize and respond to medical emergencies. This course
will prepare students to make appropriate decisions regarding first aid care, and
to act on those decisions by building upon first aid knowledge and skill
competency. Students will receive CPR training, Automated External Defibrillator,
and Advanced First Aid certifications upon completion of this course.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Allied Health
occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 203 AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY RESONSE
3 (3-0)
Addresses advanced subjects such as emergency childbirth, management of
spinal injuries, emergency use of oxygen, and automatic external defibrillation
(AED). Instructional methods reinforce decision- making and technical skills
through lecture, discussion, skills practice, and action-oriented activities.
(Students will receive American Red Cross Emergency Response and CPR for
the Professional Rescuer certification after completing the requirements.)
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Allied Health
occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 210 INTRO TO CROSS COUNTRY SKIING (WINTER)
1 (0-2)
Basic introduction to the sport of cross country skiing. This course is designed
for beginners and will cover basic cross country ski techniques, dress, waxing
and ski care. Students will participate in short ski tours as they become proficient
in the sport. (8 week block or mini-session).
Prerequisite:
None
PED 211 ADVANCED ALPINE SKIING (WINTER)
1 (0-2)
Introduces students to advanced downhill skiing maneuvers. Student must
have mastered a parallel turn which is basic to completing course objectives. The
American Teaching System (ATS) developed by PSIA will be utilized (8 week
block-winter semester).
Prerequisite:
PED 111 or Instructors Consent
PED 212 TECHNIQUES OF OFFICIATING
Course description currently under development.
1 (2-0)
PED 213 HEALTH
2 (2-0)
Personal and community health. Acquaints students with necessary and
desirable personal practices and with the facilities, services and problems
of community agencies related to health.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 214 RECREATION SPORTS/RACQUET
1 (0-2)
Tennis—7 weeks; badminton—7 weeks; racquet ball--2 weeks. Fundamentals of
racquet games: basic and advanced skills.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 215 RECREATION SPORTS/ARCHERY
1 (0-2)
Individual lifetime sport series. Development of power of concentration through
target shooting. Introduce student to competitive shooting in a league where
students compete on teams vs. other students. The strategies of bow hunting
are also covered.
Prerequisite:
None
PED 216 RECREATION SPORTS/BOWLING
1 (0-2)
Individual lifetime sport skills series. Fundamentals of bowling are covered,
along with learning how to keep score, handicaps, and the technique of
scoring by counting marks. After four weeks of fundamentals, students
are divided into teams and compete against other students in a handicap league
within the class.
Prerequisites:
None
PED 217 RECREATION SPORTS/TENNIS
Individual lifetime sports series. Basic and advanced skills.
Prerequisite:
None
1 (0-2)
PED 218 RECREATIONAL SPORTS/CAMPING
(variable) (1-4)
Camping experiences such as camp set-up, organization and cooking of both
domestic and wild foods are taught to the student.
Prerequisite:
Consent of Instructor
Credit:
1-4 Semester Hours
PED 219 BODY CONDITIONING
Basic skills of body conditioning and weight lifting.
Prerequisite: None
1 (0-2)
PED 220 FUNDAMENTALS OF SKI INSTRUCTION
1 (0-2)
Designed for individuals interested in learning the art of alpine ski instruction.
The American Teaching System (ATS) and materials prepared by the
Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) will be utilized throughout the
coursework. Classroom, on snow training simulations, and videotaping are
utilized.
Prerequisite:
Strong Parallel Skiing Ability or Instr. consent
PED 221 INTERMEDIATE-ADV. CROSS COUNTRY SKIING (WINTER) 1 (0-2)
A continuation of PED 210, this course is for persons who have
demonstrated proficiency in the basics of cross country skiing.
Intermediate-advanced cross country skiers will develop skills to a greater
degree, will participate in extended tours and will be introduced to racing
technique. (8-week block or mini-session)
Prerequisite:
PED 210 or Instructors Consent
Note:
Blocked Course-Half Semester
PED 223 TECHNIQUES OF OFFICIATING (VOLLEYBALL, FOOTBALL,
BASKETBALL, AND BASEBALL)
2 (1-1)
Practicum, rules and interpretation. Course requirements include
attendance at a Michigan High School Rules interpretation meeting and officiating
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