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Contra Costa College
Course Outline
Department & Number
Course Title
PEIC 201
Intercollegiate Women’s Softball
Prerequisite
None
Co-requisite
None
Number of Weeks
18
Lecture Hours
Lab Hours
5.4175
Units
.1-3
COURSE/CATALOG
DESCRIPTION
This course is designed to enhance the skills and strategies of advanced female softball players. Emphasis is
placed on mental, physical, tactical, and technical aspects of the game in order to compete successfully in match
play. May be repeated three times.
COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the completion of the course the student will be able to:
Demonstrate physical, mental, emotional and social growth
1.
Demonstrate the qualities associated with sportsmanship, such as fellowship, tolerance, and spectator
2. appreciation
Comprehend the rules and regulations set forth by the Bay Valley Conference and the Amateur Softball
Association
Perform the skills germane to the game of softball such as hitting, running, throwing, and fielding.
3.
Show the ability to perform basic softball functions consistent with the strategies of the game.
4.
COURSE CONTENT
10
%
40
%
40
%
10
%
1.
2
3.
4.
BVC and Amateur Softball Association rules and regulations
Drills and repetition (practice) including weight training conditioning.
Competitive performance
Game strategies & sportsmanship
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
1.
2.
Either video or written presentation
Oral presentation by instructor (chalk talks)
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Physical demonstration by instructor.
Individual and/or group drills (lead-up)
Spot check – Questions and answers
Game situations
Review
Course Outline Continued
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Text: Official Rules of Softball and ASA Code
Author:
Amateur Softball Association
Publisher: Amateur Softball Association of America
Date: 2013
COURSE EXPECTATIONS
1.
12 hours of performance assignments
2.
3.
STUDENT EVALUATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
10% BVC and Amateur Softball Association rules and regulations
40% Drills and repetition (practice) including weight training conditioning.
40% Competitive performance
10% Game strategies & sportsmanship
Grading Policy:
90-100% A
80-89% B
70-79% C
60-69% D
59% and below F
Prepared by:
Beth Goehring
Date=Semester/
Year
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