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Kinesiology (KINES)

KINES 091A (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Outdoor - Soccer (1.5 per semester) A course designed to introduce students to the outdoor team sport of Soccer.

KINES 091A Introduction to Team Sports / Outdoor – Soccer (1.5 per semester)
(GHA)

Kinesiology 091 is a course that has been designed to give the Penn State student an introduction to a selected outdoor team sport such as but not limited to Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby and/or Speedball. The fundamental skills, strategies and rules will be covered for the selected sport. Successful completion of the course will provide a foundation for participation in intramural activities, recreational activities and provide a gateway to life long movement.

While Kinesiology 091 will focus on the skills, strategies and rules of a selected team sport the underlying sub-focus of this course is the development of the social skills required to be a good team member. The commitment to a team sport requires students to encounter a collaborate atmosphere. As the students seek to solve complex movement problems they learn to co-operate to achieve various team goals. The improvement of individual skills is important however the successful integration of these individual skills into the team is a valuable life lesson. As the student leaves the university the lessons learned in this class will prepare him/her for "team " membership in their various areas of professional practice.


Students in Kinesiology 091 will be evaluated by a combination of evaluation techniques which may include but not be limited to written reports, skills testing, tournament performance and subject evaluation of "team" work ethics.

Clean, safe, well-lit court/field is necessary to properly deliver this course. It is anticipated that the department will offer at least two sections every fall and spring with an expected enrollment of 45 students per section.


General Education: GHA
Diversity: None
Bachelor of Arts: None
Effective: Summer 2004

Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.

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