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Tuesday April 1     st     2014 Last Lecture Study Guide fill in the blank  - When: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Davis Gym. - Note: During the exam, questions related to the interpretation of a question will not be answered. Only specific errors (e.g., format, spelling) on the exam should be brought to the attention of the professor or TA. - It will not be a cumulative exam. Format (Marks): 42 Multiple Choice 23 true or false 33 Terminology (fill in the blanks and Definitions 10 Short answer 108 total - Comprehend the content taught in the lectures, assigned readings and labs since the last mid- term. - Swimming will not be examined. ***-Know the assigned reading by Kretchmar that is on reserve in the library. -For Track and Field, focus on the reading, lecture, and lab content. From the reading, know all (including basic techniques) but the history and modifications for special populations. -For Orienteering, focus on the reading, lecture, and lab content. From the reading, know all but the history and modifications for special populations. -For Badminton, focus on the reading, lecture, and lab content. From the reading, know the: Nature and Purpose, Rules, Badminton Court (not measurements), Serving Court (Singles and Doubles), Playing Strategy, Singles Strategy, Doubles Strategy (not Combination: Circular Rotation), and Playing Courtesies. Learn all the terminology except for: around-the-head stroke, combination alignment, hand in, hand out, inning, lifting the shuttle, and un-sight. -For Speedminton focus on and know what was presented in lecture (Pelota was not covered in lecture or lab so it will not be on the final exam) -For Pickleball, focus on the reading, lecture, and lab content. From the reading, know the: Nature and purpose, history (not specific dates), basic rules, playing strategy, and terminology.
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