Dave Schlesinger PHYE 118
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Dave Schlesinger PHYE 118

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COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE PHYE 118 CARDIO FITNESS & WEIGHT TRAINING 2 CREDITS Semester/year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Dave Schlesinger E-Mail address: dschlesinger@csi.edu Office Number: Gym 227 Office Hours: MTWRF 9-10 am Office Phone: 732-6484 COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT: The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensive community college, provides educational, social and cultural opportunities for a diverse population...

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SYLLABUS COURSE GUIDE PHYE 118 CARDIO FITNESS & WEIGHT TRAINING 2 CREDITS Semester/year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Dave Schlesinger E-Mail address: dschlesinger@csi.edu Office Number: Gym 227 Office Hours: MTWRF 9-10 am Office Phone: 732-6484 COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT: The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensive community college, provides educational, social and cultural opportunities for a diverse population of South Central Idaho. In this rapidly changing world, CSI encourages our students to lead enriched, productive and responsible lives. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course involves participation in circuit weight training and aerobic activities for strength and cardiovascular benefits. Individualized fitness programs are available. PREREQUISITES: None TEXTBOOOK: None STUDENT OBJECTIVES: 1. The student will increase stamina by improving cardiovascular endurance. 2. The student will develop other components of fitness: flexibility and muscular strength. 3. The student will manage stress and health through regular fitness participation. 4. The students will have the ability to maintain their own fitness goals. 5. The student will have proficiency in basic anatomical structure and function. Aerobic Weight Training is designed to allow students an opportunity to participate in a practical exercise program for credit. Each student must be willing to participate in 3-4 hours of exercise per week in a structured setting. The student is required to participate in a variety of strength, cardio respiratory and flexibility activities, keep a log to monitor personal fitness goals and achievements, and complete pre and post fitness assessments. The student will improve fitness skills in a structured, supervised setting. The student must warm-up and cool-down prior to and following activities to supplement aerobic and strength training as well as for safety. SPECIFIC COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. To promote an understanding of the role of exercise and physical fitness. 2. To briefly acquaint students with basic human anatomical structures and their functions related to physical activity. 3. To acquaint students with the components of physical fitness. 4. To develop an awareness of individual fitness needs. 5. To develop skills for practical evaluation of physical fitness status. 6. To develop an adequate understanding of body mechanics, nutrition, obesity, stress, physical fitness and the value of regular exercise. 7. To assist students in planning their own individual exercise program. 8. To prepare students for a lifetime of physical wellness. GENERAL COURSE PROCEDURES: 1. Meet during scheduled class sessions for assignments and classroom work. 2. The students must hand in an exercise log and lab assignments on due date. No late work will be accepted. 3. The instructor will be available during posted office hours. 4. There will be no cursing allowed during class time. Students who curse excessively will be asked to leave class and will not receive credit for that class day. 5. Cell Phones should be turned off prior to entering classroom the area. Cell phones going off in the classroom could result in no credit for that days activities. 6. ATTENDANCE IS CRITICAL FOR SUCCESS IN THIS COURSE!!!!! COURSE OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS: Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate appropriate safety practices. Assessment: Online Course Evaluation Outcome 2: Students will improve/maintain the strength and endurance of muscles and joints. Assessment: Pre- and Post- assessment Outcome 3: Students will improve/maintain the flexibility of the muscles and joints. Assessment: Pre- and Post- assessment Outcome 4: Students will improve/maintain their level of cardiovascular fitness. Assessment: Pre- and Post- assessment Grading Practices: Daily Attendance/Participation Completed exercise log book Labs, Evaluations Presentation Pre-Test / Post-Test Total Points ABSENCES: 8 or less absences = A 9 absences = B 10 absences = C 11 absences = D 12 or more absences = F *Please Note the Following: 10 points will be deducted from your grade for each day that you are absent or otherwise not participating. Having 8 or fewer absences throughout the semester is not a guarantee of an A in the class. You still have the exercise log book, labs, presentation, and Pre- and Post- tests. But you absolutely cannot make an A in the class with more than 8 absences. This is an Activity class which requires your attendance and participation. On your 9th absence you can score no higher than a B in the 600 pts. 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 100 pts 1000 pts class, despite what your class average may be at the time. You could also score lower than a B if you did not perform well on the exercise log book, labs, quizzes, presentation and so forth. The purpose of showing the ABSENCE CHART ABOVE is to make you aware of the highest possible grade you can achieve with a certain number o...

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College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 118
COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE PHYE 118 AEROBIC WEIGHT TRAINING 2 CREDITS Semester/year: Fall 2006 Office Number: Gym 227 Instructor: Dave Schlesinger Office Hours: MWF 9-10 am, TuTh 1-2 pm E-Mail address: dschlesinger@csi.edu Office Phone: 732-6484 COURSE DE
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 118
COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE PHYE 118 AEROBIC WEIGHT TRAINING 2 CREDITS Semester/year: Spring 2007 Office Number: Gym 227 Instructor: Dave Schlesinger Office Hours: MWF 1-2 pm TuTh 9-10 am E-Mail address: dschlesinger@csi.edu Office Phone: 732-6484 COLLEGE
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 118
COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE PHYE 118 AEROBIC WEIGHT TRAINING 2 CREDITS Semester/year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Rebecca Wills E-Mail address: willsre@tfsd.k12.id.us Office: TFHS Office Hours: M-F 12:00-1:33 Office Phone: 737-5208 ext 3029Course Description:
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 121
Course SyllabusBeginning Ballet PHYE 121 or THEA 121 1 Credit Hour Semester/year: Fall Instructor: Julie Wright Leggett Email: jwright@csi.edu Office Locations: Gym 133 Office Hours: By appointment Office Phone: 732-6472Course Description: Introd
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 123
COURSE SYLLABUS Beginning Karate PHYE 123 1 Credit Hour Mondays 7:00pm-8:50pm Semester/Year: Fall 2006 Instructor: Tom Gabbert Email: tgabbert@magiclink.com Home Phone: (208) 734-2685 Office Phone: (208) 732-6475 Work phone : (208) 324-8806Course D
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 124
COURSE SYLLABUS Advanced Karate PHYE 124 1 Credit Hour Wednesdays 7:00pm-8:50pm Semester/Year: Fall 2006 Instructor: Tom Gabbert Email: tgabbert@magiclink.com Home Phone: (208) 734-2685 Work Phone: (208) 324-8806 (Message)Course Description: This c
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 130
Course Syllabus PHYE 130 BEGINNING SPINNING M W 5:10 pm 6:00 pm 1 Credit HourSemester/Year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Rebecca Wills Email: willsre@tfsd.k12.id.us Office: TFHS Office Phone: (208) 737-5208 ext 3029 Office Hours: M-F 12:00-1:30Course D
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 130
Course Syllabus PHYE 130 BEGINNING SPINNING 1 Credit Hour Instructor: Rebecca Wills Email: willsre@tfsd.k12.id.us 737-5208 ext 3029 Office: TFHS Office Phone: (208)Office Hours: M-F 12:001:30 Course Description: This course is an introduction to S
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 131
PHYE 131 Beginning Swimming 1 Credit Course Syllabus Semester: Fall 2007 Time: Tuesday/Thursday, 4:00-5:00 P.M. Instructor: Jeremy Belliston Place: YMCA/City Pool E-Mail Address: bellistonje@tfsd.k12.id.us College Mission Statement: The College of So
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 132
College of Southern Idaho Water Aerobics / PHYE 132 1 Credit Course Syllabus Semester: Fall 2007 Time: Tuesday/Thursday 5:00-6:00 Place: YMCA/City Pool Instructor: Jeremy Belliston E-Mail Address: bellistonje@tfsd.k12.id.us Course Description: This
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 132
College of Southern Idaho Water Aerobics / PHYE 132 1 Credit Course Syllabus Semester: Fall 2006 Time: Tuesday / Thursday Place: YMCA/City Pool Instructor: Jeremy Belliston E-Mail Address: bellistonje@tfsd.k12.id.us Course Description: This course is
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 134
College of Southern Idaho Beginning Yoga PHYE 134 1 credit hour Yoga is the union of the individual self with the universal self.Semester/year: FALL 2006 Instructor: LaLanne Delis stevos@pmt.org Phone: 219-9132Location: Harmony Yoga Studio 136 W.
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 134
Course Syllabus PHYE 134 CO1: Beginning YogaInstructor Morgan Jeno morganjeno@hotmail.comCOURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides a foundation for exploring Classical yoga postures as well as history and philosophy of yoga. Each class includes st
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 134
COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE Beginning Yoga PHYE 134 1 Credit Hour Semester/Year: Fall 2006 Instructor: Jan Mittleider E-Mail: jmittleider@csi.edu Office Number: Gym 228 Office Phone: (208) 732-6488Yoga does far more than get you relaxed and help your bod
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 135
PHYE address Street135-C01 Court Skills Syllabus and Topical Course Outline Fall 2007 3 CreditsInstructor: Shelly Wright Office Phone: 732-6483 Toll-Free # 1-800-680-0274 EXT 6483 Time & Place: TR 9:30-11; Gym 231B Blackboard: http:/blackboard.csi.
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 138
Course Syllabus Guide PHYE 138 Beginning Racquetball Monday & Wednesday 11:00 11:50 A.M. 1 Credit Semester/Year: Fall 2006 Instructor: Vince Gibson E-Mail: csisoccer@hotmail.com College Mission Statement:The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensi
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 138
Course Syllabus Guide PHYE 138 Beginning Racquetball Monday and Wednesday 10:00 A.M 10:50 A.M. 1 Credit Semester/Year: Spring 2007 Instructor: David Carter E-Mail: dcarter@csi.edu College Mission Statement:The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehen
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 138
Course Syllabus Guide PHYE 138 Beginning Racquetball Tuesday Thursday 9:00 A.M 9:50 A.M. 1 Credit Semester/Year: Spring 2007 Instructor: Scott Rogers E-Mail: srogers@csi.edu College Mission Statement:The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensive
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 138
Course Syllabus Guide PHYE 138 Beginning Racquetball Monday Wednesday 11:00 A.M 11:50 A.M 1 Credit Semester/Year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Scott Rogers E-Mail: srogers@csi.edu College Mission Statement:The College of Southern Idaho, a comprehensive c
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 142
SYLLABUS: PHYE 142 C01 PILATES Semester: fall 2007 Instructor: Julie Ellis PT, SCS, CSCS Phone: 420-1525 email: jept@magiclink.comCourse description: Pilates incorporates a series of movement exercises to achieve a balanced and improved postural al
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 142
SYLLABUS:PHYE 142 PILATESSemester: fall 2006 Phone: 420-1525 Instructor: Julie Ellis PT, SCS, CSCS email: jept@magiclink.com Office hours: as per contact of instructor for appointment Course description: Pilates incorporates a series of movement
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 145
COURSESYLLABUS SurveyofMovementPHYE145B01 1hourcredit 12:0012:50pmTues/ThursSemester:Fall2007 Instructor:Lead,HilarieNeely,BFAinDance Email:hneely@communityschool.org 7883481,ext.6 1. CourseDescription: Thisclassprovidesanintroductiontodifferentmov
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 150
PHYE 150-C02 & C03 First Aid and CPR Syllabus and Topical Course Outline Fall 2007 2 CreditsInstructor: Shelly WrightOffice Hours: M,W 2-3; T,R,F 1-2 Office Phone: 732-6483Office: Gym 227 Toll-Free # 1-800-680-0274 EXT 6483Email: swright@csi.
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 150
Course Syllabus First Aid & CPR - PHYE 150 2 Credit HoursSemester/Year: Fall 2006 Instructor: Shelly Wright E-mail: swright@csi.edu Office Number: 227 Office Phone: 732-6483 Office hours: MWF 12-1 pm TTH 10-11 amCourse Description: The First Aid a
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 155
Course Syllabus Guide PHYE 155 Health & Wellness 3 Credit HoursSemester/Year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Dave Schlesinger E-mail: dschlesinger@csi.edu Office Number: 227 Office Phone: 732-6484 Office Hours: MTWRF 9-10 amCOLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT: The C
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 160
PHYE 160-C01 Introduction to Physical Education Syllabus and Topical Course Outline Fall 2007 3 CreditsInstructor: Shelly Wright Office Phone: 732-6483 Toll-Free # 1-800-680-0274 EXT 6483 Blackboard: http:/blackboard.csi.edu/Office Hours: M-F 11-
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 178
PHYE 178 BEGINNING EQUESTRIAN TEAM 1 Credit HourSEMESTER/YEAR: INSTRUCTOR:Fall 2006 Julia Rietdorf Phone: 324.8538 Cell: 310.720.1010 Email: jriet@msn.com Mounted Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00-5:50 pm, Expo Center Unmounted - 1st Monday of Every
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 178
PHYE 178 BEGINNING EQUESTRIAN TEAM 1 Credit HourSEMESTER/YEAR: INSTRUCTOR: Fall 2007 Julia Rietdorf Phone: 208.324.1496 Cell: 310.720.1010 Fax: 208.324.8538 Email: jrietdorf@csi.edu Mounted Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-6:50 pm, CSI Expo Center Unmo
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 182
COURSE SYLLABUS PHYE 182 Softball 1 Credit Semester/year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Nick Baumert E-mail Address: nbaumert@csi.edu Course Time: 2:30-5:30 Office Number: 120A Office Phone: 732-6494 Field Location: Frontier FieldCourse Description: Studen
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 183
COURSE SYLLABUS PHYE 183 Softball Weight Training 1 Credit Semester/year: Fall 2007 Instructor: Nick Baumert E-mail Address: nbaumert@csi.edu Course Time: 1:00-1:50 Office Number: 120A Office Phone: 732-6494 Location: Weight RoomCourse Description:
College of Southern Idaho - PHYE - 184
PHYE 184 INTERMEDIATE EQUESTRIAN TEAM 1 Credit HourSEMESTER/YEAR: INSTRUCTOR: Fall 2007 Julia Rietdorf Phone: 208.324.1496 Cell: 310.720.1010 FAX: 208.324.8538 Email: jrietdorf@csi.edu Mounted Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-6:50 pm, CSI Expo Center U