PED 351 - Alabama State University

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ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
SYLLABUS
FOR
KINESIOLOGY
COURSE NUMBER:
PED 351
CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
Consistent with the College of Education Conceptual
Framework, focusing on State Department of
Education Content Standards (CFSDECS) 1.1, 1.4,
this course is designed to provide an understanding
of the anatomical and mechanical aspects of human
movement while participating in physical activities.
NCATE 1.7; Praxis II category (III)
PREREQUISITES: BIO 128 AND PED 250
CREDIT HOURS:
03
TEXTBOOKS:
Floyd, R. and Thompson, C. (2006). Manual of
Structural Kinesiology, 14th Ed. Boston: McGrawHill.
INSTRUCTOR:
TBA
TELEPHONE:
TBA
OFFICE:
239 Acadome
OFFICE HOURS:
TBA
ATTENDANCE POLICY:
See University Policy
Prepared by:
Dr. Pat Floyd
Approved by:
_______________________
Date: 06/2005
Date: _________
Department Chair
___________________________
Date: _________
Dean
NOTICE: Any candidate requiring alternative formats for testing and/or handouts for this course,
or other types of accommodations, due to a disabling condition, should advise the instructor within
the first week of classes.
Revised 06/2007 by Connie Dacus/Doris Screws
PURPOSE
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the anatomical and mechanical aspects of human
movement while participating in physical activities. SDECS (1)(a)3; Praxis II category (III)
OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of this course, the candidate will be able to:
1.
Demonstrate knowledge of the following concepts:
A.
Know basic concepts of kinesiology as they relate to the anatomy and physiology of the
skeletal, articular, and neuromuscular systems. CFSDECS 1.1, 1.4; SDECS (1)(a)3
1. Kinesiology -Praxis
II category (III)
a. Define kinesiology and describe its foundation in the major areas of study.
b. Identify the purposes for studying kinesiology.
c. Describe different methodologies employed in studying kinesiology.
d. Describe the major components of a kinesiological analysis.
e. Identify the primary purpose of a skill.
2. Skeletal systems as it applies to kinesiology - Praxis
a.
II category (III)
Define the following terms: kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, and sports medicine,
structural. kinesiology, biomechanics, anterior, contralateral, distal, dorsal, inferior,
ipsilateral , lateral, medial, posterior, prone, proximal, superior, supine, ventral,
superficial, deep. Praxis II category (III)
b. Differentiate between the terms: kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, sports medicine,
structural kinesiology, applied anatomy, and biomechanics. Praxis II category (III)
c.
Use the appropriate anatomical directional terms to describe various structures of the
skeletal system. Praxis II category (III)
d.
Identify and describe the structure and function of the skeletal system.
e.
Explain the role of the skeleton in movement.
f.
Given a diagram, articulated skeleton, or a disarticulated skeleton, identify the bones
and landmarks of the skeleton depicted on Fig 1.1 in your textbook.
g.
Given a diagram, identify the three points of a lever and classify the lever.
h.
Describe the four types of bones.
i.
Classify the various bones depicted on Fig 1.1 in your textbook.
j.
Identify, diagram, and label the sub-structures of a long bone.
k.
Explain the process of ossification and how the schedule of ossification is related to the
nature of sports suitable for different age groups.
3.
Articular system as it applies to kinesiology
a.
Define the following terms: articulation, joints, synarthrodial, amphiarthrodial, syndemosis
synchondrosis, diarthrodial, synarthrodial, arthrodial, condyloidal, enarthrodial, ginglymus,
sellar, trochoidal, vertical, horizontal, perpendicular, sagittal plane, frontal plane, transverse
plane, diagonal plane, plane of motion, axis of movement, frontal axis, sagittal axis, vertical
axis, diagonal axis.
b.
Identify the three major classifications of joints and recognize characteristics of each of each
classification.
c.
Diagram a diarthrodial joint and label the various components.
d.
Identify the six sub classifications of diathrodial joints and recognize characteristics of each.
e.
Classify the various joints of the body.
f.
Identify the four planes of the body and their associated axes
g.
Classify the various joints of the body in terms of “allowable” planes of motion
h.
Classify the various joints of the body as uniaxial, biaxial, or triaxial
i.
Describe the fundamental movements in the sagittal, frontal, and transverse plane and identify
the respective axes of motion.
j.
Demonstrate the fundamental movements in the sagittal, frontal, and transverse planes.
k.
Given a diagram, use the various fundamental movements in the sagittal, frontal, and
transverse plane to describe the movement (application).
4. Neuromuscular system as it applies to kinesiology
a.
Define the following terms: lever, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle,tendon,
epimysioum, perimysium, endomysium, muscle fasiculi, muscle fiber, muscle cell, myofibril,
actin, myosin, Z-line, muscle fiber, muscle cell, myofibril, actin, myosin, Z-line, H-Zone, IBand, A-Band, superficial, concentric, eccentric, isometric.
b.
Explain the interrelationship of the skeletal, articular, and muscular system relative to a lever
c.
Identify and describe the structure and function of the muscular system.
d.
Diagram a sarcomere and label its various components (knowledge).
e.
Explain the sliding filament theory in terms of the various substructures of the sarcomere.
f.
Given a diagram, identify the selected superficial muscles on Fig 1.2 in your textbook.
g.
Describe the terms force, motive force, resistance force.
h.
Given a diagram, identify the motive force for movement and the resistance force for
movement.
i.
Differentiate between concentric, eccentric and isometric contractions.
j.
Given a joint and the muscles’ spatial location, identify the movement the contracting muscle
would execute.
k.
Conduct a muscle analysis identifying the articulations, movements, plane and axis of motion,
motive force, resistance force, and type of contraction.
B. Know the upper extremities (shoulder girdle, shoulder joint, elbow joint, radioulnar joint and
wrist joint) CFSDECS 1.1, 1.4; SDECS (1)(a)3
a.
Identify on a diagram, model, articulated, and disarticulated skeleton the bones and landmarks
of the upper extremities.
b.
Describe and classify the various joints of the upper extremities.
c.
Name the bony sites of attachment and identify on a diagram and model the noted ligaments
of the upper extremities.
d.
Describe and demonstrate the various movements of the upper extremities and identify the
movements on a diagram.
e.
Name the attachments, actions, identify on a muscle chart, draw on a skeletal diagram, and
palpate (on yourself) the specific muscles of the upper extremities.
f.
Prepare a chart that lists the muscles that cause the various movements of the upper
extremities (one chart per joint).
g.
Describe the common injuries of the upper extremities.
h.
Conduct a kinesiological analysis of the upper extremities.
C. Know the lower extremities and spinal column (pelvis, hip joint, knee joint, ankle joint, and
foot joint). CFSDECS 1.1, 1.4; SDECS (1)(a)3
a.
Identify on a diagram, model, articulated, and disarticulated skeleton the bones and landmarks
of the lower extremities and spinal column.
b.
Describe and classify the various joints of the lower extremities and spinal column.
c.
Name the bony sites of attachment and identify on a diagram and model the noted ligaments
of the lower extremities and spinal column.
d.
Describe and demonstrate the various movements of the lower extremities and spinal column
and identify the movements on a diagram.
e.
Name the attachments, actions, identify on a muscle chart, draw on a skeletal diagram, and
palpate on self the specific muscles of the lower extremities and spinal column.
f.
Prepare a chart that lists the muscles that cause the various movements of the lower
extremities and spinal column (one chart per joint).
b.
Describe the common injuries of the lower extremities and spinal column.
c.
Conduct a kinesiological analysis of the lower extremities and spinal column.
2.
Complete assigned laboratory activities for objectives 1 (see Appendix A for evaluations).
3.
Complete all additional assignments.
INSTRUCTIONAL SEQUENCE
I.
Anatomy and Physiology of Skeletal, Articular, and Neuromuscular Systems
II.
Upper Extremities
III.
Lower Extremities and Spinal Cord
METHODOLOGY
Lecture, discussion, laboratory activities and web based instruction.
EVALUATION AND MINIMUM STANDARDS
Outcome 1 will be evaluated by written examinations. Each exam is worth a total of 100 points and will
contain objective and subjective items in alignment with Praxis II testing format. To pass the outcome the
candidate must achieve 70% of the available points.
Outcome 2 will be evaluated by the laboratories completed. To pass the outcome the candidate must
achieve 60% of the available points. Details of each laboratory assignment will be provided by the
instructor.
Outcome 3 will be evaluated by the additional assignments submitted. To pass the outcome the candidate
must achieve 70% of the available points. Details of each additional assignment, including evaluation and
performance standards, will be provided by the instructor.
SUMMARY OF EVALUATION
Written Examinations (5)
500
630 - 700 = A
Exceptional (4)
Laboratories (4)
100
560 – 629 = B
Proficient (3)
Additional Assignments
100
490 – 559 = C
Basic (2)
700
420 – 489 = D
Unacceptable (1)
419 and Below = F
Fail
Total
GRADING
For a grade of A, the candidate must achieve 90% of the available points..
For a grade of B, the candidate must achieve 80% of the available points.
For a grade of C, the candidate must achieve 70% of the available points.
For a grade of D, the candidate must achieve 60% of the available points.
Failure to achieve less than 60% of the available points will result in the candidate receiving a grade of F.
Appendix A
Laboratory Activity Rubric
Exceptional/25
Proficient/20
Basic/10-15
Unacceptable/1-5
Laboratory (10)
100% complete
90% complete
80-70% complete
60% complete
Documentation(5)
Neat , accurate
Neat , accurate,
Neat, but with
Poor format, with
and well defined
well defined with
incomplete
multiple spelling
with no spelling
one spelling or
format and at
and grammatical
or grammatical
grammatical
least two to three
errors
errors
error
spelling or
grammatical
errors
Field Experience
Ability to
Proficient in
Proficient in
Lack of
(10)
proficiently
administering
administering
Knowledge and
administer all
two of the three
one of the three
inability to
assessment
assessment
assessment
administer any of
components
components
components
the three
assessment
components
Overall Assessment
23 – 25 = A
20 – 22 = B
17 – 19 = C
15 – 16 = D
14 and Below = F
Exceptional (4)
Proficient (3)
Basic (2)
Unacceptable (1)
Fail
REFERENCES
Hoffman, S.J. (2005). Studying Physical Activity, 2nd ed., New York: McGraw-Hill.
Wood, T.M. and Zhu, W. (2006). Measurement Theory and Practice in Kinesiology,
Boston: McGraw-Hill.
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