Fencing I (1.5) Kinesiology 028 is designed to give students knowledge of the rules, strategies and skills of the sport of Fencing.
KINES 028 Fencing I (1.5)
Kinesiology 028 is a course designed to give the student a comprehensive involvement in the sport of FENCING. The basic fundamentals, rules, and strategies will be taught in a drill/modified game format until the student has developed skills and understanding sufficient to compete successfully. It is through the competition where the socialization, fitness and enjoyment of the game will be enhanced. Hopefully, the desire to continue Fencing as a lifelong activity will result. Successful completion of Fencing I will allow the student to choose an advanced level of this course if he/she desires.
Students will be evaluated by a combination of written examinations/quizzes, skills testing, attendance. The department plans to offer four sections every fall semester and two sections every spring semester with a maximum of 25 students per section.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.