Howland Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What does Avery Brundage claim?
The state department tours sponsors of our athletes to other countries.
2. Who organizes the sports tours?
The state department
3. Who are some of the athletes that go on the to
Dunning Football Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. Why was early football a source of public controversy in the fourteenth,
fifteenth and sixteenth centuries (p. 838)?
- it was either regarded as a public nuisance, a danger to life,
property and public or
Hardy Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. How did a Knight win the early tournament, or melee (pp. 94-96)?
-The object of the melee was to capture as many opponents as possible
- A well-fought tourney could yield a healthy amount of ransom and
Hughes Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What is the reason for Toms melancholy ruminations in the opening
pages (pp. 324-326)?
2. Why have some boys stayed in their houses and not returned home
for the summer (p. 327)?
- To see the result of the cricket
Thurber Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What is the name of the school that Vittorino Da Veltre presided over
- Mantuan school, nobly presided over by Vittorino Da Feltre.
2. What was Vittorino greatly troubled by during his time as a professo
Kennedy Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What does Kennedy say about a nations prestige and the Olympics
Prestige in the cold war is won by the Olympic games.
So though a nations standing in international athletics is not the chief
factor in i
Keys Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What was the Nazi regimes initial reaction to hosting the Games and
why did it change (p. 136-137)?
- His committee at first thought Hitler would be absolutely opposed to
holding the games in Berlin
- Later hitler pl
Tygiel Article Study Guide KNES 381
1. What were the Negro Leagues and why were they formed (p. 24)?
- Foster's teams specializedinthe bunt, the steal, and the hit-and-runall elements which came to characterize black baseball.
- The new circuit included t
The Rise of Sport
Part 1 Spectator Sports in the Eighteenth
The commercialization of leisure
Sports in the eighteenth century
The early impact of the industrial revolution
The Commercialization of
Leisure in the 18th Century
Nerves transmit chemical and electrical (action potential, cant just from one nerve to the other, travels in nerves)
Action potentials end with hyperpolarization (voltage gated channels reset)
Depolarization (Na+ influx into cell) influx- an inflo
Adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary gland) communicates w/ hypothalamus via the portal vein.
Hypothalamus needs to release GnRH (releasing hormone) goes to adenohypophysis and stimulates
production of several different hormones LH and FSH
1) The mature oocyte is released from the which following phases of the ovarian cycle?
Graafian follicle (mature follicle form)
2) Which of the primary germ layers gives rise to skeletal muscle and connective tissue such
as bone and blood?
Knes 210 Study Guide: The Cardio-Respiratory System
The CV system - The student must know:
the functions of the CV system
the coverings of the heart
the walls of the heart
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Chapter 7 Study guide
When teaching physical education, what are the elements you may have
to consider that is different than the classroom?
Lessons should be planned to encourage maximum physical activity for all of
KNES 386 CHAPTER 1 Study guide
1. What is Physical Education?
A movement program sponsored by k-12 schools and higher ed. Institutions.
Classes are developmentally appropriate movement activities, games, and sports
designed by the teach
Chapter 9 Study Guide
1. Explain what you think the concept of maximum participation means and how it
it can be a great motivator.
Teachers using teaching strategies that provide opportunities to be physically
active and limiting the waiting tim
Inside Foot Pass Lesson Plan
Grade: Third Grade
1.11 Kick a ball to a stationary partner, using the inside of the foot
5.4 Use appropriate cues for movement and positive words of encouragement while coaching
others in phys
KNES 386 Tuesdays
1. Body Movements:
a. Locomotor skills- Hop in and out of a hoop.
b. Nonlocomotor skills- Jump and turn to perform a 180 degree turn and then to a 360
c. Manipulative skills- Sort buttons by color and shape.