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Note on Scoring - you will give each team member a score of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Your peer
evaluation score will be an AVERAGE of the scores you receive from your team
members. Examples of scoring criteria are below.
0 = the team member did not
KIN 102: Bowling Grip Techniques
Tymon Kukla, Krish Saxena, Randy Peterson, Chris Topete and Luis Jovel
1. Should you place your fingers or your thumbs first?
It is usually recommended to place the middle and ring fingers into the holes before the
Guidelines for 4 & 5 Step Approach Presentation
Below you will find the different areas you will want to cover in your notes. You can be more
detailed in your notes, but focus on the basics during your presentation since you only have a
maximum time of 10
KIN 102 - Individual and Dual Activities
1. Strike Targeting
a. Is there a hard rule on strike targeting or does it depend on the bowler?
Depends on the bowler. It is also worth mentioning that while stance location and focal
KIN 102: Straight vs. Hook Throw
Quinn Lertratanakul, Lisbeth Hernandez, Boo-Gyoung Choi, Jacob Taylor,
Joseph Darga, Zhiwen Hu, Nick Lau, Yilun Luo
1. Straight Throw
One bowling style is the aptly-named straight ball, where the release is straight and th
Objective: Teach the class about specific bowling rules or techniques to prepare for the
Time Requirement: Presentations cannot exceed 8 minutes (including demonstration)
1. Use the guidelines on compass to draft your lesson
U of I Rec Room Rules
1. Shoes are RENTALS and may not be taken out of the Rec Room or stored in a
locker. After Class, untie the laces but dont tuck them inside the shoes. This
helps our desk attendants get the shoes sprayed and ready for the next class
KIN 102: Guidelines for Scoring Presentation
Annie Keller, Kevin Brenner, Rebecca Waxman, Jayne Chorpash, Grant Young, Josh Haseltine
1. Total points possible in a game (Kevin)
- The maximum points possible in a game = 300
- Called the perfect game