EXERCISE AND NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

9th Annual Triathlon May 21-22, 2012

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Contacts:

NAME/EMAIL EXTENSION
Kelly Balmforth 3106
Beau Champoux 3097
Marina Henry 3107
Steve McLaughlin 3281
Tim Medlock 3112
Diane Pidgeon  3257
Mike Woodward 3116

 

ADVANCED DANCE 1430 - 1431
Recommended Prerequisite Recommendation of Teacher

Advanced Dance is an accelerated class designed to explore dance from many vantage points. Advanced Dance technique will be the basis of the class. Choreography, dance history, interpretive qualities and originality will complement the class. Performance of original choreographies will be mandatory.  Elements of critiquing the art of dance will also be refined. This course may be used to meet the UC “F” or “G” requirement and PUSD Fine Arts or PE requirement.

AEROBICS/WEIGHTS 1427 - 091427
Recommended Courses ENS 3-4
Interest Interested in experiencing world of aerobics while developing increased cardio vascular fitness

Aerobics/Weights is a course in which students are taught basic exercise movements and rhythmic fundamentals to enhance all body parts. This course emphasizes developing and improving cardiovascular fitness, toning muscles, and improving flexibility. Students will also participate in fitness activities and testing. Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

COURT SPORTS 1416 - 1417
Recommended Courses ENS 3-4

Students will understand, participate and teach the advanced principles of training and competition for Court Sports that include Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton. Areas of study will include: understanding and execution of advanced offensive and defensive strategies, development of appropriate training practices, and application of dynamic scientific principles, sports psychology, optimal nutritional habits, application and modification of rules of the game, officiating, tournament facilitation and coaching. Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

EXERCISE & NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE 1-2 1404 - 1405
Linked Course ENS 3-4
Recommended Courses None

ENS 1-2 provides students the opportunity to learn and apply core concepts of Health Science and Physical Education. ENS is designed to provide students with the knowledge and ability to attain and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. There is a strong emphasis on individual fitness, exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor learning and anatomy/physiology. Satisfies the 5 unit Health Science requirement and 5 units of the Physical Education requirement.

EXERCISE & NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE 1-2 ONLINE 091404 - 091405
Linked Course ENS 3-4
Recommended Courses None

This course is designed in coordination with the ENS 1/2 course. Students will receive the same credit and complete the same standards as the ENS 1/2 classes (5 PE credits and 5 Health credits). Please read the ENS 1-2 course description for more curriculum details. This course is best for students that have an impacted schedule, participate in athletics, or need flexibility in their schedule. The course is offered 4th period only and will meet three days per week; the remaining required hours will be completed online.  This course can be used to meet the PUSD Computer Literacy requirement.

EXERCISE & NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE 3-4 1406 - 1407
Linked Course ENS 1-2
Recommended Courses None

ENS 3-4 is designed to provide students with the knowledge and ability necessary to attain and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The emphasis of this class revolves around five key curricular components: Exercise Science, Cardiovascular Fitness, Rhythm and Movement, Lifetime Activities and Strength and Fitness Building. The objective of this class is to give students a hands-on exposure to key health and fitness concepts that will empower them to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

FIELD SPORTS 1418 - 1419
Recommended Courses ENS 3-4

Students will understand, participate and teach the advanced principles of training and competition for Field Sports that include Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, and Speedball. Areas of study will include:  understanding and execution of advanced offensive and defensive strategies, development of appropriate training practices, and application of dynamic scientific principles, sports psychology, optimal nutritional habits, application and modification of rules of the game, officiating, tournament facilitation and coaching. Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

INTERMEDIATE DANCE 1429 - 091429
Recommended Prerequisite None

Intermediate Dance is designed to give those students with previous experience a chance to progress onto more challenging dance techniques. Choreography, vocabulary of dance, dance history and elements of critiquing the art of dance will be included in the class. In addition, performances of choreographed and original dance routines will be mandatory. This course may be used to meet the UC/CSU “G” requirement and PUSD Fine Arts or PE requirement.

LEADERSHIP IN SPORTS 1-2 1660 - 1661
Recommended Courses Racquet Sport, or Court Sport, or Field Sport, or Aerobics/Weights, or Weight Training
Interest Interested in deepening understanding of and background to sports programs and how they are run.

Leadership in Sports 1-2 will provide students with an in-depth look and knowledge of the health science, physical activity and athletic world through a leadership perspective. The course emphasis will consist of five components: running a school wide intramural program; learning how to be a successful leader; the history behind sports and athletics; career options within health science, fitness and athletics; and exercise and nutritional science independent study.

O.C.I.S./P.E 1498
Recommended Courses Application and Administrative approval Required: District established timelines enforced.
Interest Fulfills P.E. Requirement

Off Campus Independent Study/Physical Education is available to students who are participating in an approved preparation program for national amateur competition in swimming, ice skating, gymnastics, tennis or dance. Students must be training at least 15 hours a week under the direct supervision of a certified coach and must be participating in regional, state, or national competition during the semester of enrollment. Hours of participation in Westview’s athletic program cannot be used toward the O.C.I.S. P.E. program. NOTE: Admission to the program is made through an extensive written application process. Admission and other program deadlines must be adhered to.

RACQUET SPORTS 1420 - 1421
Recommended Courses ENS 3-4

Students will understand, participate and teach the advanced principles of training and competition for Racquet Sports that include Tennis, Racquetball and Badminton. Areas of study will include:

  • understanding and execution of advanced offensive and defensive strategies, development of appropriate

  • training practices, and application of dynamic scientific principles, sports psychology, optimal nutritional

  • habits, application and modification of rules of the game, officiating, tournament facilitation and coaching

Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

TEAM ATHLETICS/WEIGHTS 891493 - 991493
Recommended Prerequisite Teacher Approval

Athletic Weights is designed to help prepare students with sports specific strength and conditioning practices to help them succeed at a competitive level. Students will be involved in advanced isotonic weight lifting exercises, speed training drills, competitive exercises, and cardiovascular endurance training. Satisfies 10 units of PUSD Physical Education requirement.

WEIGHT TRAINING 1493 - 191493
Recommended Courses ENS 3-4
Interest Interested in experiencing world of weight training while developing increased strength and muscle tone

Weight Training is a course in which students are involved in the isotonic type of weight training, running, plyometrics, stretching and cross training. The isotonic weight lifting will be performed both on the universal weight machine and free weights. Students will participate in fitness activities, testing and a variety of fun activities. Satisfies 10 units of the PUSD Physical Education requirement.

 

 


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