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137-sportforthespectator

Course Number: EDU PAES 137, Fall 2008

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1 The Ohio State University School of Physical Activity and Educational Services EDU PAES 137 Sport for the Spectator (3 credits) Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Email Address: Mailbox: SFHP Website: Course Website: Course Description Call Number: Class Location: Meeting Time: Quarter, Year: http://ehe.osu.edu/paes/sfhp/ http://carmen.osu.edu A study of the great American spectator sports including football,...

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Ohio 1 The State University School of Physical Activity and Educational Services EDU PAES 137 Sport for the Spectator (3 credits) Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Email Address: Mailbox: SFHP Website: Course Website: Course Description Call Number: Class Location: Meeting Time: Quarter, Year: http://ehe.osu.edu/paes/sfhp/ http://carmen.osu.edu A study of the great American spectator sports including football, basketball, baseball, ice hockey, golf, tennis, and others which meet the interests of the class. Relationship to Other Courses This is a lecture course in the Sport, Fitness, and Health Program. It is open to any student at The Ohio State University. There are no prerequisites for this course. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Develop an appreciation of sport as spectacle, social event, recreational pursuit, business, and entertainment. Students will be introduced to the basic social psychological concepts relating to the role and impact of spectator sport in North American society. 2. Develop an adequate knowledge of history, rules and strategy to facilitate ones role as a spectator for a variety of sports. Each student will take part in a project that identifies the rules, positions, and strategies of a specific sport. 3. Develop the ability to identify issues that affect the sport spectator and spectator behavior. Students will be able to identify factors that influence and cause spectator attitudes and behavior through discussion, lecture, readings, and individual projects. Off Campus Field Experience This course does not have an off-campus field experience. Diversity The curriculum and experience is designed, implemented, and evaluated in a manner that promotes the acquisition and application of knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to help all students learn. 10.24.07 2 Technology The use of web technology will be employed in this course for the dissemination of course materials such as syllabus, handouts and course notes. Also, the dropbox feature in Carmen will be utilized. Additional means of communication between the instructor and students is available through the use of web-based email. Topical Outline Date March 28 Topic Intro to course Characteristics of Sport Spectators Movie Assignments Due April 4 April 11 Youth & HS Sports Movie Review Assignment April 18 College Sports Media Commercialism Professional Sport Review Midterm Exam Race Issues in Sport Article #1 April 25 Article #2 May 2 May 9 Article #3 May 16 Gender Article #4 May 23 Violence Drug Use Gambling Review Article #5 May 30 Final Exam Sport Experience Assignment 10.24.07 3 Course Evaluation Spectator Experience Assignment 5 Article Reviews (10 pts each) Movie Review Midterm Exam Final Exam Total Points Grading Scale 93%-100% 90% - 92% 87% - 89% 84% - 86% = = = = A AB+ B 80% - 83% 77% - 79% 74% - 76% 70% - 73% = = = = BC+ C C67% - 69% = D+ 60% - 66% = D 59% - below = E 50 points 50 points 25 points 50 points 50 points 225 points Classroom Policies: 1. Students who have arranged through their college to take this course under the Pass/NonPass grading option must achieve a minimum of 60% to receive a passing (P) grade. 2. Reading Assignments: It is necessary that class readings be completed on time given that the format is part lecture and part discussion. Exam questions will come from the text, lectures, speakers, and assignments. 3. Quizzes, exams, etc. will only be given on the scheduled dates unless the student has an excused absence. Quiz, exam, etc. questions will be taken from the text, lectures, speakers, and assignments 4. Absence from class: There are four situations, which constitute an excused absence from the class meeting time. They are: 1) Students who participate in a documented University sanctioned event 2) Students who have a documented death in the family 3) Students who are observing a religious holiday 4) Students who are too ill or injured to participate in class In accordance with Faculty Rule 3335-7-15, students who will be participating in University sanctioned events must provide the instructor with a copy of the scheduled events and those classes which will be missed. This documentation must be on University letterhead, signed by the coach/supervisor, and given to the instructor within the first two weeks of the quarter. Students who will be observing a religious holiday must provide date/event written notification to the instructor within the first two weeks of the quarter. Students who are too ill or injured to participate in class must provide written documentation from a physician stating that the student cannot participate in class. Any excused absences must be made up within two weeks of the absence and the student must submit an official SFHP Course Make Up Form. 10.24.07 4 Failure to complete an SFHP Course Make Up Form and the necessary activity within two weeks will result in that absence becoming an unexcused absence. The make up form is available from the instructor. There will be no make up of unexcused absences. Students with extenuating circumstances that are in conflict with these set policies are encouraged to contact the instructor during office hours or by appointment. 5. Attendance Policy: Attendance will be monitored at every class meeting. It is the students responsibility to sign attendance sheet for each class meeting. 6. Academic Misconduct: Students are expected to do their own original work within the confines of the course objectives and evaluation procedures. Any deviation from these expectations is considered academic misconduct and Faculty Rule 3335-31-02 will be enforced. The Ohio State Universitys Code of Student Conduct (Section 3335-23-04) defines academic misconduct as: Any activity that tends to compromise academic the integrity of the University, or subvert the educational process. Examples of academic misconduct include (but are not limited to) plagiarism, collusion (unauthorized collaboration), copying the work of another student, and possession of unauthorized materials during an examination. Ignorance of the Universitys Code of Student Conduct is never considered an excuse for academic misconduct, so it is strongly recommended that students review the Code of Student Conduct and, specifically, the sections dealing with academic misconduct 7. Assignments: All assignments are to be typed. No hand-written work will be accepted. Late assignments will not be accepted except when the student has an excused absence. (see item #5 above). Assignments should be turned into the dropbox by the start of class on the day the assignment is due. The student should double-check to make sure the dropbox has accepted their assignment. If a student must be absent from class, it is the students responsibility to obtain any class material/assignments missed. 8. Class Participation: For this to be a rewarding academic experience, everyone must contribute to class discussion. This requires that EVERYONE come to class prepared (reading and written assignments completed), attend class regularly/punctually, and actively participate in all assignments. The success of this class depends on your willingness to participate! 9. Respect: In order to maintain a positive learning environment, the following ground rules will be followed: a. Personal perspectives will be valued. Degrading or discriminatory remarks or behaviors are not acceptable. b. Discussions will reflect an exchange of information, experiences, ideas, opinions, etc. Debates will be appropriate when specified. c. If group projects are assigned, it is the responsibility of group members to 10.24.07 5 delegate work. All members of a group must present on the project and all will receive the same grade. d. If a student's behavior in the classroom is disruptive, the instructor will give him or her an opportunity to correct the behavior without penalty. If the student's behavior continues to be disruptive, he or she will be referred to the Office of Academic Affairs for disciplinary action under Judicial Procedures in the Student Code of Conduct (Faculty Rule 3335-23). Text There is no required text for this course, although various articles and readings will be assigned throughout the quarter. Also, students are encouraged to bring to class any relevant articles found in newspapers, magazines or on the web that will be of interest to the members of the class. A portion of each class will be devoted to discussion of items in the news. Statement of Student Rights Any student with a documented disability who may require special accommodations should self-identify to the instructor as early in the quarter as possible to receive effective and timely accommodations. Students with a disability should work through the Office of Disability Services to secure appropriate accommodations (292-3307). Course Assignments 1) Movie Review (25 points) On (date) we will watch a movie relevant to this course. An assignment will be handed out before the movie. You must type up your answers and submit them to the dropbox on Carmen by (date). 2) Sport Article Reviews (10 points each, 50 points total) See Outline for due dates You will be required to submit a total of 5 articles on any issue in sports (each with response) throughout the quarter. Your response papers should be no longer than 2 typed pages, double spaced. They must include the following: - Short summary of the article (should make up only a small paragraph) - The two sides of the issue (pros and cons; good or bad aspects) - Do you agree? - **Impact on fans or the sports world in general Also include the link to the website where you got the article. (If you found the article in a newspaper or magazine, please turn in the article during the corresponding class period.) The reviews should be turned into the dropbox on their given due date. If you choose to turn in your articles early, that is acceptable. Make sure you submit each article to its designated dropbox (1-5). Keep in mind, you should use a different article/issue for each response. 3) Midterm Exam (50 Points) 10.24.07 6 The format of the exam will be a combination of multiple-choice, true/false, and short answer. 4) Sport Spectator Experience Paper (50 Points) Each student will watch a sport event of choice with a critical perspective and write a 4-5 page analysis paper on their experience. It is recommended that the student actually attend the event, but watching the event on television is also acceptable if cleared by instructor. The analysis should include: A. Date and description of the event chosen B. Reason(s) or motive(s) for selecting that particular event C. Discussion about: 1. Level of sport high school? College? Pro? Rec League? 2. Presence of commercialization advertisements, sponsors, uniforms, logos, etc. 3. Spectator presence a. If attending event describe some of the conversations going on around you; Be aware of fan behaviors, and why fans might be acting this way. b. Description of behavior and attire of visible spectators (e.g. dressed head-to-toe in team gear and actions/attitudes following the game) 4. Reactions to the game/event and relate notes and terminology from class to the experience. ** Remember, this assignment is NOT meant to be a recap of the game. Please focus on the environment, rather than the game itself. The summary of the game itself should not be more than one paragraph. 5) Final Exam (50 Points) The exam will be given on Wednesday of Finals Week. The test will consist of all material from the midterm onward. The format is yet to be determined. 10.24.07

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