1 introduction to community sports

1 introduction to community sports - Course Goals Students...

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SYLLABUS Year. 2006 Course No. 20903 Course Title INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY SPORTS Course Classification Elective Cultural studies Credit 3.0 Grade 90 Professor CHOI IN SUB Course Description According to the change of social environment, the people’s interest and demand about sport is increasing, so “Department of Sport and leisure studies for community” became independent as a new study. Sports for all, as a academic study, needs independent objects and methods to investigate. Therefore , this subject would suggest useful reason tools about sports for all and offer the definition, concept, and basic knowledge about the essential identification of sports for all.
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Unformatted text preview: Course Goals Students could understand sport for all correctly and establish the academic identification as a major in sport for all 1. Understanding sports as a social phenomenon. 2. Studying knowledge & theory of sports for all to adopt modern society. 3. Building up ability as on sport for all leader. Course Procedures 1. Examination (60% / midterm 30% , final term 30%) 2. Report 30% 3. Attendance 10% Weekly Course Schedule / Assignments 1. 1 st report : The health and physical activities of my family 2. preparations of text book and note 3. preparations of lesson....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course ECON 1 taught by Professor 1 during the Spring '12 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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