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College of the Redwoods

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Division:

Physical Education

Course ID and Number:

PE 12A

Course Title:

Beginning Weight Training

Discipline(s) (Select from CCC System Office

Minimum Qualification for Faculty

[copy following web address and paste into web browser http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/esed/aa_ir/psmq/min_qual/min_quals%20_revApr406.pdf

] Course may fit more than one discipline; identify all that apply):

Athletic Training

Check one of the following: New Course If curriculum has been offered under a different discipline and/or name, identify the former course:

PE 12

Change to existing course (course discipline and number are

not

changing) Should another course be inactivated? No Title of course to be inactivated:

PE 12

Yes Inactivation date:

Fall 2007

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Is course part of a CR Degree/Certificate Program? (If New is selected above, check No) No Required course Yes If yes, specify program code(s). (Codes can be found in Outlook/Public Folders/All Public Folders/ Curriculum/Degree and Certificate Programs/Course Program Requirement Reverse Index): 7.

Restricted elective Provide explanation and justification for addition/change/deletion:

Course outline has not been updated since 1989. We decided to break the course which was PE 12 into two separate classes. Beginning Weight Training (PE 12A) and Intermediate Weight Training (PE 12B). There are two reasons for this. The first is that there is a need to separate the beginners from the more advanced lifters so that the beginners can get more personal, one on one attention. Also, PE 12 could be repeated 4 times and many students took it 4 times. The problem is that we only got reimbursement from the state for two.

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List any special materials, equipment, tools, etc. that students must purchase: 9.

Will this course have an instructional materials fee? No Fee: $ Yes Submitted by:

Mike Woychak

Tel. Ext.

4238

Date:

4/13/07

Division Chair:

Joe Hash

Review Date:

4/12/2007 C URRICULUM C OMMITTEE U SE O NLY

Approved by Curriculum Committee: No Academic Senate Approval Date:

5/4/07

Yes Date:

4/27/07

Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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Catalog Description (Please include complete text of old and new catalog descriptions.) Grading Standard

OLD NEW Select Select

Total Units Lecture Units Lab Units Prerequisites Corequisites Recommended Preparation Maximum Class Size Repeatability— Maximum Enrollments Other If any of the listed features have been modified in the new proposal, indicate the “old” (current) information and proposed changes. Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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College of the Redwoods

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DATE:

4/13/07

COURSE ID AND NUMBER:

PE 12A

COURSE TITLE:

Beginning Weight Training

FIRST TERM NEW OR REVISED COURSE MAY BE OFFERRED:

Fall 2007

TOTAL UNITS: TOTAL HOURS:

.5 to 1.0 27 to 54

[Lecture Units: [Lecture Hours: Lab Units: Lab Hours:

.5 to 1.0

]

27 to 54

] MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE:

32 GRADING STANDARD

Letter Grade Only CR/NC Only Grade-CR/NC Option

Is this course repeatable for additional credit units

: No Yes If yes, h ow many total enrollments?

Is this course to be offered as part of the Honors Program?

No Yes

If yes, explain how honors sections of the course are different from standard sections.

3 CATALOG DESCRIPTION

The catalog description should clearly state the scope of the course, its level, and what kinds of student goals the course is designed to fulfill

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The application of resistance in the form of weight machines, free-weights, and body resistance exercises to condition the muscular system of the body. Intended for beginning weight trainers who need more individual instruction.

Special notes or advisories:

PREREQUISITES

No Yes Rationale for Prerequisite: Course(s):

Describe representative skills without which the student would be highly unlikely to succeed .

COREQUISITES

Course(s): No Yes Rationale for Corequisite:

RECOMMENDED PREPARATION

No Yes Course(s): Rationale for Recommended Preparation: Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES

What should the student be able to do as a result of taking this course? State some of the objectives in terms of specific, measurable student accomplishments .

1. Apply knowledge gained in class to constructing an individualized strength training program. 2. Select appropriate exercises to strengthen all of the major muscle groups. 3. Name the various exercises in the weight room used to train different muscle groups. 4. Show how to use the various strength training equipment in the weight room (weight machines, free-weights, and body resistance). 5. Record in a weight training chart. 6. Demonstrate correct technique on exercises. 7. Identify basic concepts and terminology of resistance training. 8. Improve muscular fitness. COURSE CONTENT

Themes

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What themes, if any, are threaded throughout the learning experiences in this course?

Strength training is only one component of an overall fitness program. In order for students to be successful, they must have a workout plan, be consistent in attendance, and the workouts must be progressive.

Concepts

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What concepts do students need to understand to demonstrate course outcomes?

1. Every major muscle group must have an exercise. 2. Proper technique is essential for safety and success. 3. Putting together a workout takes careful planning and application of the principles of conditioning.

Issues

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What primary issues or problems, if any, must students understand to achieve course outcomes (including such issues as gender, diversity, multi-culturalism, and class)?

1. Social skills. 2. Respect for others. 3. Cooperation. 4. Time management. 5. Decision making. 6. Physical limitations. 7. Gender issues (male and female work out together).

Skills

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What skills must students master to demonstrate course outcomes?

1. Put together a workout program that adheres to sound principles of resistance training. 2. Select exercises to train all the major muscle groups. 3. Demonstrate the proper exercise technique for selected exercises. 4. Be able to use free-weights, machines, and body-weight exercises. 5. Record their workouts in the weight training charts. 6. Make appropriate changes to workouts as needed during the semester. 7. Design an exit workout. REPRESENTATIVE LEARNING ACTIVITIES

What will students be doing (e.g., listening to lectures, participating in discussions and/or group activities, attending

Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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a field trip)? Relate the activities directly to the Course Learning Outcomes.

1. Listening to introduction and orientation to weight room. 2. Reading. 3. Recording in workout charts. 4. Performance of individualized workout. ASSESSMENT TASKS

How will students show evidence of achieving the Course Learning Outcomes? Indicate which assessments (if any) are required for all sections .

Representative assessment tasks

: 1. Written exam. 2. Body composition testing. 3. Strength and muscular endurance assessment.

Required assessments for all sections – to include but not limited to

: 1. Recording in workout charts. 2. Exercise technique evaluation. 3. Workout program review. 4. Participation. EXAMPLES OF APPROPRIATE TEXTS OR OTHER READINGS

Author, Title, and Date Fields are required

Author

Mike Woychak

Title

Introduction to the Weight Room

Date

2007

Author

James Hesson

Title

Weight Training for Life

Date

2003

Author Title Date Author Title Date Other Appropriate Readings :

Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier

Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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PROPOSED TRANSFERABILITY: CSU UC

If CSU transferability is proposed (courses numbered 1-99), indicate whether general elective credit or specific course equivalent credit is proposed. If specific course equivalent credit is proposed, give course numbers/ titles of at least two comparable lower division courses from a UC, CSU, or equivalent institution.

None

General elective credit Specific course equivalent 1.

PE 157, HSU

(Campus) 2.

PHED 166A, Chico

(Campus)

CURRENTLY APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION

CR CSU IGETC CR GE Category : CSU GE Category : IGETC Category :

PROPOSED CR GENERAL EDUCATION

Rationale for CR General Education approval (including category designation):

Natural Science Social Science Humanities Language and Rationality Writing Oral Communications Analytical Thinking

PROPOSED CSU GENERAL EDUCATION BREADTH (CSU GE)

A. Communications and Critical Thinking A1 – Oral Communication A2 – Written Communication A3 – Critical Thinking C. Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Language B. Science and Math B1 – Physical Science B2 – Life Science B3 – Laboratory Activity B4 – Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning D. Social, Political, and Economic Institutions C1 – Arts (Art, Dance, Music, Theater) C2 – Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, Foreign Language) E. Lifelong Understanding and Self Development E1 – Lifelong Understanding E2 – Self-Development D0 – Sociology and Criminology D1 – Anthropology and Archeology D2 – Economics D3 – Ethnic Studies D5 – Geography D6 – History D7 – Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science D8 – Political Science, Government and Legal Institutions D9 – Psychology

Rationale for inclusion in this General Education category

: Same as above Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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Proposed Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)

1A – English Composition 1B – Critical Thinking-English Composition 1C – Oral Communication (CSU requirement only) 2A – Math 3A – Arts 3B – Humanities 4A – Anthropology and Archaeology 4B – Economics 4E – Geography 4F – History 4G – Interdisciplinary, Social & Behavioral Sciences 4H – Political Science, Government & Legal Institutions 4I – Psychology 4J – Sociology & Criminology 5A – Physical Science 5B – Biological Science 6A – Languages Other Than English Rationale for inclusion in this General Education category: Same as above Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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FOR VPAA USE ONLY

PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER

PE-12A

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Department:

PHED Physical Education

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Subject:

Physical Ed

Course No:

12A

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CoRequisite Course:

None

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Recommended Prep:

None

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Credit Type:

D Credit Degree Applicable

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Course Level:

E Not Occupational

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Academic Level:

UG Undergraduate

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Grade Scheme:

UG Undergraduate

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Min/Maximum Units:

.5

to

1.0

variable units Short Title:

Beginning Weight Training

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Maximum Class Size:

32

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Repeat/Retake:

R2 May enroll 3 times for credit

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Count Retakes for Credit: yes 21.

Only Pass/No Pass: yes 22.

Allow Pass/No Pass: yes 23.

VATEA Funded Course: yes no no no no 24.

Accounting Method:

X Not Reported

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Long Title:

Beginning Weight Training

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National ID (CIP):

31.0501

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Disability Status:

N Not a Special Class

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Local ID (TOPS):

083510

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Billing Method:

T-Term

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Course Types:  Level One Basic Skills:

NBS Not Basic Skills

 Level Two Work Experience:

NWE Not Coop Work Experience

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Billing Period:

R-Reporting Term

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29.

Billing Credits:

.5-1.0

Purpose:

A Liberal Arts Sciences

 Level Three: Placeholder for GE

OR

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Articulation No. (CAN) :

Choose One:

 Level Four: If GE

: E Lifelong Understand Self Development

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Articulation Seq. (CAN) : 32.

Transfer Status:

B Transfers to CSU only

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Instructional Method:

Lab Laboratory/Studio/Activity

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Equates to another course? (course number).

34.

The addition of this course will inactive

PE-12

(course number) . Inactive at end of

Summer 2007

term. 14.

Lec TLUs: Contact Hours: Lab TLUs: 1.5 - 3.0

Contact Hours:

27 - 54

Lecture/Lab TLUs: Contact Hours: 15.

Prerequisite: Particular Comments for Printed Catalog.

Curriculum Approval Date: April 27, 2007

Curriculum Proposal (rev. 3.26.07) Senate Approved: 09.03.04

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