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Discipline: Kinesiology, Athletics & Dance: Kinesiology
Course Name Course Number
Administration of Fitness Programs KIN 15
  • Students will understand the components of sports marketing.
  • Students will have an understanding of exercise facility management characteristics.
Advanced First Aid\/CPR\/Emergency Response KIN 5
  • Students will take a written exam to qualify for an American Red Cross - First Responder\/Emergency Response CPR and First Aid Card.
  • Students will be able to pass the skills tests, established by the American Red Cross, with the skill level needed to qualify for the First Responder, CPR for the Professional Rescuer ARC cards.
  • 80% of the students will meet the CPR standards which include Adult, Infant and Child CPR Techniques as required by the American Red Cross Certification.
  • Compare and contrast the difference between manual compressions?and using an AED.
  • Perform with competency, the techniques used for immobilization.
  • Identify and analyze the different body systems.
  • Recognize scenarios that require CPR and First Aid skills.
  • Assess the signs and symptoms of various life threatening?conditions and demonstrate the appropriate actions to provide?care.
  • Identify skills necessary for certification in American Red Cross Emergency Medical Response.
Aerobics KINF 38B
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of exercise training principles.
  • Students will show improvements in muscular strength.
  • Pre and Post assessment 1-minute body weight Squats including a 9lb weight bar
Aerobics - Beginning KINF 38A
  • Students taking KINF 38A will learn the Components of Fitness Guidelines
  • Pre and Post assessment 1-minute body weight Squats
  • Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio\/respiratory fitness and muscular strength.
  • Students taking KINF 38 will show an improvement in step test scores
  • Students taking KINF 38 will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise.
  • Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
Agility Test Preparation Law and Fire - Beginning KINF 51A
  • Students taking KIN F51 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions.
  • Students taking KIN F51 will develop sufficient core strength.
  • Students taking the KIN F51 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
  • Students taking KIN F51 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times.
Agility Test Preparation Law and Fire - Intermediate KINF 51B
  • Students will be able to show improvement in their cardiovascular endurance.
  • Student will be able to show improvements in muscular strength
  • Students will be able to show improvements is core strength.
  • Students will be able to show improvements in pushing body weight several times.
Aquatic Fitness KINA 20
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required of the activity.
Badminton - Advanced KINI 4C
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity
  • Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
Badminton - Beginning KINI 4A
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity
  • Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course.
  • Students in KINI 4A will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will be able to show an improvement in serving skills and benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Badminton - Intermediate KINI 4B
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in serving skills required for the activity
  • Students in PE I 4 will improve their serving proficiency and accuracy through activity within the course.
  • Students in KINI 4B will show improvement in 4 various shots and in 3 types of strokes.
  • Students will be able to show an improvement in 4 various shot skills and show improvement on 3 types of strokes.
Baseball - Men KINX 6
  • Student will be able to execute in 4 offensive categories.
  • Student will be able to execute in 3 pitching categories.
Basketball - Men KINX 8
  • Demonstrating required set plays with proficiency.
  • Demonstrate fundamental principles of defensive scheme
Basketball - Women KINX 10
  • Demonstrating required set plays with proficiency
  • Demonstrate fundamental principles of defensive scheme
Basketball Beginning KINS 2A
  • Students in KINS 2 will develop improved skills relative to team play.
  • Demonstrating adequate basketball skills\nDemonstrate Fundamental principles of shooting.
  • Demonstrate Fundamental principles of shooting.
  • 100% of students will be able to answer basic questions on the fundamentals of basketball.
Basketball Intermediate KINS 2B
  • Students will improve shooting accuracy from assigned positions on the court.
  • Students will improve the ability to perform various dribbling techniques during team play.
  • Students will be able to answer basic questions regarding fundamentals of basketball
Beach Volleyball - Beginning KINS 26A
  • Students will demonstrate offensive and defensive techniques specific to left and right responsibilities.
  • Students will demonstrate, passing, setting, hitting, serving and defense.
  • Students will explain rules and strategies of beach volleyball.
  • Students will develop and improve level of fitness throughout the course.
Beach Volleyball - Women KINX 2
  • Students will perform a high level of proficiency in beach volleyball skills.
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of beach volleyball rules and safety precautions and apply them in competitive play.
  • Students will successfully combine individual efforts and abilities to enhance team play.
Beginning Baseball KINS 12A
  • Students will apply rules and regulation to game situations.
  • Describe game situational skills and when to apply them.
  • Demonstrate beginning skills to game situation.
  • Identify practice drills for baseball skill development.
Beginning Soccer KINS 10A
  • Students in KINS 10 will develop improved in passing skills.
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
  • Students in KINS 10 will increase knowledge of soccer terminology.
Cardiorespiratory Training Beginning KINF 34A
  • Students taking KINF 34 courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise.
  • 5 questions on the Midterm and Final exams focusing on body fat % and obesity guidelines.
  • The KINF 34A students will show an improvement in upper body strength.
  • The PE F students will show an improvement in lower body strength tests.\n
  • Students in KIN-F 34 will show an improvement in cardio\/respiratory fitness.
  • Students will be given test questions regarding weight machines and a muscle chart.
  • Students will be given test questions regarding weight machines and a muscle chart.
Cardiorespiratory Training Intermediate KINF 34B
  • Students in KINF 35B will show an understanding of the recommended ACSM intermediate exercise guidelines for cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and conditioning.
  • Students in KINF 34B will show a 10% improvement in their muscular strength. This will be measured by using an upper\/lower body strength test.
  • Students will be able to show improvement in their cardiovascular fitness.
  • Students will apply ACSM intermediate fitness goals for aerobic endurance.
Circuit Training Beginning KINF 36A
  • The PE F students will show an improvement in upper body strength.
  • Students taking KINF 36 will show an improvement in lower body strength.\n
  • Students will be given test questions regarding weight machines and a muscle chart.
  • Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise.
  • Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
  • Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio\/respiratory fitness.
Circuit Training Intermediate KINF 36B
  • Students will be able to show an improvement in their cardiovascular fitness.
  • Students will be able to show improvements in their muscular strength
  • Students in KINF 36B will show an understanding of the recommended ACSM intermediate exercise guidelines for cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and conditioning.
Conditioning for Sports KINX 9
  • Improved upper body strength
  • Students taking PE-F courses will know the ACSM Guidelines for cardiovascular exercise.
  • Students in PE-F classes will show an improvement in cardio\/respiratory fitness and muscular strength.
  • Students will be able to answer questions correctly regarding bodyfat %.
Core Performance and Foundation Movement KINF 25
  • Recall and describe 8 Movement prep exercises to activate core muscles
  • Students will show marked improvement in ability core stabilization muscle activation or muscle endurance improvement of 25%.
Cross Country - Men KINX 11
  • Demonstrate working knowledge of safety precautions and rules in cross country
  • Assess improvement in cardiovascular fitness
Cross Country - Women KINX 12
  • Demonstrate working knowledge of safety precautions and rules in cross country
  • Assess improvement in cardiovascular fitness
Filipino Martial Arts - Beginning KINI 30A
  • Assess students knowledge of double stick offensive techniques
  • Assess students knowledge of how to block and counter single stick strikes
  • Students will be able to demonstrate random double rattan stick drills with partner
  • Student will be able to demonstrate double stick offensive techniques, how to block and demonstrate how to counter single stick strikes
Filipino Martial Arts - Intermediate KINI 30B
  • Students will be able to demonstrate random strikes and defenses with a partner utilizing a single rattan training stick
First Aid and CPR KIN 3
  • Students will learn and demonstrate skills necessary for controlling bleeding, immobilization techniques and care for sudden illnesses.
  • Students will meet the CPR standards, which includes CPR, rescue breathing and obstructed airway, as required by the American Red Cross for certification of the Adult, Child and Infant population.
  • Develop a scenario for the identification, care and treatment of a sudden illness.
  • With a classmate demonstrate the proper technique of controlling severe bleeding.
  • Complete the study questions at the conclusion of each chapter.
  • Using the mannequin, perform the necessary one-person intervention for a rescue-breathing scenario.
Fitness and Conditioning for Law and Fire - Beginning KINF 52A
  • Students taking KIN F52 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions.
  • Students taking KIN F52 will develop sufficient core strength.
  • Students taking KIN F52 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
  • Students taking KIN F52 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times.
Fitness and Conditioning for Law and Fire - Intermediate KINF 52B
  • Students will be able to show improvements in their cardiovascular endurance.
  • Students will be able to show improvements in muscular strength
  • Students will be able to show improvements in core strength.
  • Students will be able to show improvements is pushing body weight.
Fitness for Living KIN 34
  • Students completing an assignment in Area E courses will demonstrate meaningful self-evaluation related to increasing their lifelong personal well-being.
  • Read and evaluate food label\t
  • Students will be able to define the 5 Components of Fitness and identify a benefit of each one.
  • Students will be able to define and identify the Five Components of Health Related Fitness.
  • Students will be able to read and evaluate a nutritional food label.
  • Develop personal fitness programs using the F.I.T.T. principles.
  • Describe safe and effective exercise programs
  • Identify common assessments for components of fitness.
  • Analyze current levels of stress and identify appropriate types of stress management and relaxation techniques.
  • Identify the relationship of exercise on disease prevention.
  • Compare nutritional habits with federal nutritional guidelines.
Fitness Specialist Internship KIN 85
  • Student will be able to set up a workout log of their clients workouts.
  • Students will be able to develop a workout plan that will meet their clients needs.
Football - Men KINX 16
  • Students will show an improvement in cardiovascular fitness
  • Students will demonstrate a knowledge regarding the rules of the game.
Golf - Advanced KINI 18C
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in driving, chipping and putting.
  • Students will benefit from improved technique through activity.
Golf - Beginning KINI 18A
  • Student will be able to make a 3 foot putt.
  • Students were asked to Putt 5 balls from 20 feet away from the hole and we gave a point for every ball within 4 feet of the hole.
  • Student will be able to hit a 100yd shot within 30 yards to target.\t
  • Students were asked to chip 5 balls from 20 yards away from the hole and we counted the balls within 15 feet of the hole.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
Golf - Intermediate KINI 18B
  • SLO #1 Students were asked to Putt 5 balls from 20 feet away from the hole and we gave a point for every ball within 3 feet of the hole.\t
  • Students were asked to chip 5 balls from 20 yards away from the hole and we counted the balls within 10 feet of the hole.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved technique through activity.
Golf - Men KINX 18
  • Proficiency and accuracy with putting from set distance.
  • Chipping proficiency from a set distance
Golf - Women KINX 19
  • Proficiency and accuracy with putting from set distance.
  • Chipping proficiency from a set distance
Introduction to Care\/Prevention of Activity\/Sports-Related Injuries KIN 19
  • Apply therapeutic modalities and how they affect athletic injury treatment.
  • Describe overhead throwing patterns after reviewing the text and video on proper throwing mechanics.
  • Analyze the involvement of the elbow during throwing and how it predisposes young athletes to injury.
  • Assess spine injury and observe the importance of preventing further injury during spine boarding.
  • Identify various Southern California weather conditions and how they impact physical activity and athletic health.
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the certified athletic trainer.
  • Students will be able to perform a basic injury evaluation.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of ankle injuries by participating in rehabilitation exercises and athletic taping.
  • Students will demonstrate proficient skill in the various tape and wrap techniques.
  • Demonstrate the ability to assess lower leg injuries by watching and noting each others biomechanics during standing and walking.
  • Assess flexibility and understand injury predisposition.
Introduction to Physical Education KIN 17
  • Identify the pathways and requirements for career opportunities.
  • Identify the relationship between performance in the movement forms of sport, dance, and exercise and the conceptual foundations of the sub-disciplines.
  • Investigate the scope and breadth of the field and the variety of career opportunities in kinesiology.
  • Describe the historical, ethical, and philosophical foundations of kinesiology.
  • Students will be able to list and define ten of the fifteen successful coaching characteristics from John Wooden’s Pyramid
  • Students will be able to teach their given skill in a three step teaching progression at a minimum score of 70%
  • Identify the basic concepts of kinesiology.
  • Students will be able to teach a chosen skill.
  • Students will describe three regular job responsibilities from at least 5 different careers in the kinesiology field: Examples include; Exercise physiologist, Philosopher, Historian, Sociologist, Psychologist, Biomechanist, Motor behaviorist.\n
  • Students will be able to list 15 of the successful teaching characteristics from John Wooden's pyramid of success.
Jeet Kune Do - Beginning KINI 27A
  • Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques
  • Students will be accessed on footwork and\ntechniques
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • beginning knowledge, skill development, performance improvement Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques
Jeet Kune Do - Intermediate KINI 27B
  • Jeet Kune Do - Intermediate knowledge, skill development, performance improvement : Students will be accessed on footwork and techniques
  • Jeet Kune Do-Intermediate knowledge Acquisition, Fitness development, performance improvement
  • Students will be accessed on employing intermediate footwork and demonstrate Punching\/Kicking\ntechniques for combat efficiency
Jiujitsu - Beginning KINI 31A
  • Assess students knowledge of various control positions
  • Assess students knowledge of how to submit opponent from control position
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Students will be able to perform an Armbar submission for the guard.
Jiujitsu - Intermediate KINI 31B
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Assess students knowledge of transitioning through various control positions.
  • Assess students knowledge of how to submit opponent from transitioning from different control position
Kickboxing Beginning KINI 33A
  • Assess students Knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply punching and kicking skills.
  • Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply defensive skills
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Assess students' ability to throw a jab-cross punching combination
  • Assess students' ability to defend against a round house kick
Kickboxing Intermediate KINI 33B
  • Student will be able to perform punching and kicking combination
  • Asses 2 sequences of punch and kick combinations
Kinesiology KIN 24
  • Students will demonstrate understanding of cardinal planes of motion and corresponding axes of rotation.
  • Students will demonstrate understanding of the 3 classes of levers.
Mixed Martial Arts KINI 25
  • Student will be able to demonstrate basic striking skills with a partner utilizing focus mitts.
  • Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply offensive skills
  • Assess students knowledge of how to utilize training equipment to apply defensive skills
Mt. SAC Fire Academy Physical Ability Entrance Exam KIN 50
  • Students will be able to show correct technique on specified fire apparatus.
  • Students in PE 50 course will attain the necessary timed score to enter into Fire Academy.
  • 90% of students will be able to complete a 1.5 mile run in 13 minutes or less.
Off-Season Athletics KINX 99
  • Students will demonstrate proficiency in 2 sport-specific skills
  • Students will develop an improved level of fitness throughout the course.
Pep Squad KINX 70
  • Assess 12 sideline routines within course relative to pep squad material.
  • Assessment of stunting and jumping proficiency
  • Assess performances of required routines
Physical Fitness for the Physically Limited KINL 2
  • Accurately monitor an individual students heart rate during rest and exercise
  • Assessment of cardiovascular fitness with a one mile walk
Physical Training for the Basic Fire Academy KINF 53
  • Students taking KIN-F53 will acquire proficiency in specific fitness categories toward public safety professions.
  • Students taking KIN-F53 will develop sufficient core strength.
  • Students taking KIN-F53 will develop sufficient upper body strength.
  • Students taking KIN-F53 will attain sufficient strength in upper body to lift body weight several times.
Physiology of Exercise for Fitness KIN 38
  • Students will be able to explain how acute training variables within the OPT™ model determine exercise selection and performance, describe the concept of periodization and how it is incorporated into an integrated training program based on the OPT™ model, address client fitness goals with phase-specific, targeted exercise selection, and create annual, monthly, and weekly training plans to meet client goals.
  • Students will be able to explain how various exercise modalities can be utilized to create an effective training program for clients of various ages, demands, and goals. Students will understand the pros and cons and training strategies to various strength, proprioceptive, and vibration training modalities.
  • Students will be able to explain the importance of appropriate goal-setting, reproduce and instruct positive psychological motivation techniques to boost client performance, help clients clarify the motivations for their general fitness goals, help clients acquire a mindset conducive to achieving those goals, and encourage productive behavior techniques to help clients achieve their goals.
  • Students will be able to explain why the cardiovascular and respiratory systems can be considered as one functional system with regard to the production of movement, understand the relationship between heart rate and cardiac performance, describe the importance of oxygen management to movement production, understand the detrimental influence of dysfunctional breathing on the kinetic chain, and explain how ATP is produced as part of the bioenergetic continuum.
  • Student will be able to monitor his or her heart rate manually (using the NASM-approved method) before, after, and during physical activity.\n
  • Students will be able to define the central concepts involved in exercise metabolism of the main metabolism substrates that are utilized during exercise that is both steady state, intermittent and post exercise utilization of such substrates. The student will be able to define how intensity, duration, and frequency of exercise affects substrate use and the basic mechanisms behind substrates and their usage.
  • Students will be able to define the central concepts involved in motor behavior, explain the concept of synergy both between muscles and with regard to the systems of the kinetic chain, rationalize the importance of sensory information, and explain how internal feedback functions. The student will possess a rudimentary knowledge of the major muscles and muscle synergies that produce human movement and understand and utilize basic biomechanical and anatomical terminology.\n
  • Students will be able to observe client movement and provide appropriate external feedback and knowledge of performance and results.\n
  • Students will be able to define\/explain Personal Trainer competencies.
  • Students will be able to correctly label diagram of a skeletal muscle.
  • Explain how exercising in heat impairs performance. List signals of Dehydration, Heat exhaustion and Heat stroke. Explain care and steps to prevent this type of emergency.
  • Students will be able to identify the central component systems of the human movement system (kinetic chain), describe the central features of these systems and their role in the kinetic chain, understand the interdependence of these systems, and describe how movement results from this interdependence.
  • Students will be able to articulate the role of today’s fitness professional, address how an integrated fitness assessment provides the fitness professional with relevant information about the client, interpret objective data gathered from posture and performance assessment tests, and calculate client Body Mass Index.\n
  • Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the common causes and effects of muscle imbalances, rationalize how flexibility training can combat or correct these imbalances, discuss the mechanics and different types of stretching, define the concept of pattern overload and list common causes thereof.
  • Students will be able to provide examples of numerous cardiorespiratory activities that can be incorporated into an integrated training program and rationalize the importance of cardiorespiratory activities in all three phases of exercise: warm-up, cool-down, and workout. Students will be able to differentiate between cardiorespiratory programs for general and more advanced goals, and differentiate between stage and circuit training.
  • Students will be able to define the core and differentiate between the core systems that assist the body with stabilization and movement, explain the need for individualized core-training within an integrated fitness program, and describe how a stabilized core can help prevent common injuries
  • Students will be able to understand the concepts and mechanics behind plyometric training, dispel misperceptions about the dangers of plyometric training, explain the need for individualized plyometric training within an integrated fitness program, and describe how a properly implemented plyometric training component can enhance performance and prevent injury.
  • Students will be able to understand the concepts and mechanics behind speed, agility, and quickness training, differentiate between these concepts, explain the benefits of speed, agility, and quickness training within an integrated fitness program, and describe how a properly implemented speed, agility, and quickness training component can enhance performance and prevent injury.
  • Student will be able to define adaptation as it relates to resistance training, describe how the general adaptation syndrome and the principle of specificity (SAID) dictate the body’s response to resistance training, understand how the stages of resistance training correspond to the progressive integrated approach prescribed by the OPT™ method, and demonstrate knowledge of multiple resistance-training systems as well as the advantages and disadvantages of specific systems. \n
Pre-Season Athletics KINX 88
  • Students will demonstrate proficiency in 2 sport-specific skills
  • Students will develop an improved level of fitness throughout the course.
Self Defense\/Marital Arts KINI 29
  • Students will be accessed on footwork and\ntechniques
  • Students will be accessed on footwork and\ntechniques
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Student will be able demonstrate and identify basic self-defense techniques hand and feet in all three ranges. (close range, mid-range and weapon range)
Soccer - Men KINX 24
  • Students will be able to define offensive tactical terminology
  • Students will be able to define defensive tactical terminology
  • Skills Acquisition: Students will demonstrate proper technical skill when passing\/shooting from short range. Students will pass\/shoot from 10 yards out (short range) on a small goal attacking a mannequin defender. Students will score 3 of 5 shots on small goals from 10 yards distance (short distance).
  • Skills Acquisition: Students will demonstrate proper technical skill when shooting from long range. Students will shoot from top of the 18-yard box (long range) on a big goal attacking a mannequin defender. Students will score 3 of 5 shots on goal.
Soccer - Women KINX 25
  • Students will be able to define offensive tactical terminology
  • Students will be able to define defensive tactical terminology
  • Skills Acquisition: Students will demonstrate proper technical skill when shooting from long range. Students will shoot from top of the 18-yard box (long range) on a big goal attacking a mannequin defender. Students will score 3 of 5 shots on goal.
  • Skills Acquisition: Students will demonstrate proper technical skill when passing\/shooting from short range. Students will pass\/shoot from 10 yards out (short range) on a small goal attacking a mannequin defender. Students will score 3 of 5 shots on small goals from 10 yards distance (short distance).
Soccer Intermediate KINS 10B
  • Students will be able to increase their knowledge on key terms associated with soccer.
  • Students will develop and\/or improve skills in passing, shooting accuracy, and footwork.
  • Students will develop improved passing skills accuracy.
Softball KINS 16
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play.
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
  • 75% of Students will show improvement in 1 minute throwing drill.
  • 75% of Student will show improvement in the fielding of a fly ball.
Softball - Women KINX 26
  • Ability of a student to complete designated throws
  • Ability for a student to complete batting drills - bunting
Sports Officiating KIN 13
  • Test
  • Describe the financial components of officiating.
  • Identify the differences between an effective and an ineffective official.
  • Evaluate the performance of officials.
  • Describe the legal responsibilities of a sports official.
  • Students will be able to identify two responsibilities for each of the four sports officials objectives.
  • Students will be able to identify the four essential objectives of a sports official.
  • Students will be able to read and evaluate sport rule books and codes of conduct
  • Identify the rules, mechanics and techniques of the officiating role.
Strength Training KINF 19
  • Students taking KIN-F19 will show an improvement in upper body strength.
  • Students taking KIN-F19 will show an improvement in lower body strength.
Swimming - Advanced KINA 8C
  • Students will show an improvement in all four strokes.
  • Students in class will show an improvement in technique.
Swimming - Beginning KINA 8A
  • Improved performance in timed swim test.
  • Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required for the activity and will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Swimming - Intermediate KINA 8B
  • Students in PE-A classes will show an improvement in skills required of the activity.
  • Students will show an improvement in overall conditioning and or swim mechanics by completing more laps in a given time. (20 Minutes)
  • Students in class will show an improvement in technique.
Swimming - Men KINX 28
  • Show improvement in selected competitive stroke.
  • Develop and complete a 6 dive list on the 1 and 3 meter board with a minimum total DD (degree of difficulty) of 8.7. Dive list must meet CCCAA guidelines.
  • Students will be able to show improvement in repeated sprints with resistance from Power Tower.
Swimming - Women KINX 30
  • Show improvement in selected competitive stroke.
  • Athletes will be assessed on reaction time and power off blocks
  • Improvement of conditioning and recovery
  • Develop and complete a 6 dive list on the 1 and 3 meter board with a minimum total DD (degree of difficulty) of 8.7. Dive list must meet CCCAA guidelines.
Tai Chi Chuan - Beginning KINI 37A
  • Tai Chi Chuan History
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Students will know Tai Chi Chuan history, terminology and simplified Wu Style form performance.
Techniques of Fitness Testing KIN 39
  • Explain the purpose of performing physical assessments on clients.
  • Identify the protocols for selected fitness tests
  • Administer test protocols properly and safely.
  • Apply components of fitness and develop fitness programs based on an individual’s tests results
  • Recall movement prep movements to ensure core activation.
  • Students will be able to define muscular strength.
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the importance and purpose(s) of performing fitness testing
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of risk factors and thresholds for stratifying level of risk for fitness testing.
  • Use a health appraisal screening tool prior to exercise.
  • Identify positive coronary risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease.
  • Evaluate and stratify the health status of potential clients.
Techniques of Strength Training and Conditioning KIN 40
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the cardiovascular system and how it functions during exercise.
  • Student will identify various cardiovascular equipment and demonstrate an understanding of function.
Tennis - Beginning KINI 40A
  • Students will be able to show improvements in skills required for the activity.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Tennis - Intermediate KINI 40B
  • Students will show improvement in skills required for activity.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
Tennis - Men KINX 32
  • Assess competitive ground stroke skills for tennis
  • Assess overhead serving skill
Tennis - Women KINX 34
  • Assess competitive ground stroke skills for tennis
  • Assess overhead serving skill
Theory of Coaching KIN 44
  • List and apply coaching principles, rules and skills.
  • Discuss coaching theory and principle of training.
  • Develop coaching activity units and seasonal plans.
  • Demonstrate teaching component of sport skills.
  • Students will be able to identify and comprehend the ASEP (American Sports Education Program) coaching philosophy.
  • Students will be able to understand the concept of goal setting and how it relateds to coaching.
  • Students will be able to compare and contrast 3 different coaching styles and philosophies.
Track and Field - Men KINX 38
  • Students will improve their cardiorespiratory fitness
  • Students will improve their absolute strength in the chest, leg and shoulder exercises.
Track and Field - Women KINX 42
  • Students will improve their cardiorespiratory fitness
  • Students will improve their absolute strength in the chest, leg and shoulder exercises.
Volleyball - Advanced KINS 24C
  • Students will improve on serving accuracy over the net, to a target.
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play.
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
  • Student will be tested on passing accuracy from serve receive to target.
Volleyball - Beginning KINS 24A
  • Students in the KINS 24 will develop improvement in passing skills for fundamentals
  • Students in KINS 24 will show improvement on the fundamentals of serving the ball over the net.
Volleyball - Intermediate KINS 24B
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will develop improved skills relative to team play.
  • Students in PE-S (Team) Sport classes will show improvement in skills required of the sport.
  • Students will improve on their passing accuracy to a desired target.
  • Students will improve serving accuracy by successfully serving balls over the net to assigned targets.
Volleyball - Women KINX 46
  • Students will be surveyed on their understanding of heart rate and strength
  • PEX students will show an improvement in skills required of the sport
Water Polo KINA 14
  • Increased understanding of the rules of water polo.
  • Students in class will show an improvement in skills required of the activity.
Water Polo - Men KINX 48
  • Students will demonstrate proper shooting mechanics from five perimeter positions. Students will be able to shoot accurately from all perimeter positions. Athletes will put 8 of 10 shots on target and maintain good body position.
  • Students will be able demonstrate effective defense vs a driving offensive player and adjust to ball position as it is passed.
Water Polo - Women KINX 49
  • Students will demonstrate proper shooting mechanics from five perimeter positions.
  • Students will describe and demonstrate proper position to defend the passing lane.
Weight Training - Beginning KINF 10A
  • Students taking KIN-F 10 will demonstrate knowledge of the five components of fitness.
  • Pre and Post assessment 1-minute body weight Squats
Weight Training - Intermediate KINF 10B
  • Students meeting exercise guidelines will show improvements in muscular strength.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of a major muscle chart.
Weight Training for the Physically Limited KINL 18
  • Demonstrate measurable progress in a resistance circuit exercise program
  • Self-Identification of muscle groups when performing specific resistance exercises.
Work Experience - Athletic Training KIN 92
  • Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries
  • Develop an increased knowledge of athletic training responsibilities
  • Expose students to employment opportunities in athletic training
  • Students completing KIN92 should be able to set up and breakdown a school athletic training room
  • Students completing KIN92 should be able to successfully and accurately complete hard copy and electronic injury reports and daily injury therapy treatment logs
  • Students will provide care to student athletes while protecting themselves, the patients and the facility from cross-contamination.
  • Students should be able to initiate an injury evaluation under the direct supervision of an ATC.
Work Experience for Coaching KIN 81
  • Students will be able to develop a practice drill program specific for the sport
  • Students will be able to develop a complete practice plan specific for their respective sport.
Wrestling - Men KINX 50
  • Student will demonstrate their competency performing within a wrestling matrix. Faculty will observe a 4 move matrix.
  • Students will be evaluated on their knowledge of wrestling rules and strategy.
Yoga KINI 50A
  • Yoga Terminology
  • Students will benefit from improved fitness through activity.
  • Students in PE-I will show improvement in skills required for the activity.
  • Assess 2 skills within course relative to yoga positions
  • Students will demonstrate flexibility, balance, strength, and coordination through yoga movements.
Yoga - Intermediate KINI 50B
  • Students will analyze principles and philosophy of yoga
  • Students will demonstrate flexibility, balance, strength, and coordination in yoga patterns.
  • Students will categorize correctly 5 different breathing techniques used.
  • Students will demonstrate proper asana flow, with proper body position.
  • Assess the philosophy of yoga by analyzing the 8 limbs of yoga