Discussion post: Watch the first video to the 0:59 mark and the second video for its duration. After you have watched both, respond to the following: 1. Was what Djokovic did an intentional tort? 2. If so, was it battery, assault, recklessness? 3. If the line judge were to sue Djokovic, do you think she… Continue reading If so, was it battery, assault, recklessness?
The Energy Systems Unit Project will focus on the Metabolic Pathways. You will create a 3-5 slide PowerPoint presentation depicting and describing the metabolic pathways (energy systems) used from the onset of activity up until conclusion of activity at 45 minutes. Your first slide should include a diagram of any sort that depicts the sequence… Continue reading Your first slide should include a diagram of any sort that depicts the sequence of metabolic system utilization at the different time points beginning with 0 seconds and continuing though >30 minutes (time points must include 0-3 seconds, 30 minutes).
You are asked to be a guest speaker in a high school Health class. Your assigned topic to discuss is the role and importance of the cardiovascular system. Please include your lesson plan notes here (in Word), including the main functions of the cardiovascular system, emphasizing why this system is important for physically active individuals.… Continue reading Proper grammar and spelling must be used to earn full credit.
This will be a statement about how your running club helps the community, improves yours and others’ leadership abilities, improves yours and others’ discipline, and improves yours and others’ running abilities.
TECHNOLOGY POWERPOINT PROJECT: Students will research how a specific technology has changed the way a sport management professional functions. This could be a software program, social media service or specific application. The presentation requirements will be a 6-10 minute with 5-7 slides not including title slide and reference slide. Power Point presentation. Content must include:… Continue reading 2-5 photos, charts or graphs
In class, we’ve discussed several ethical philosophies and how ethical dilemmas impact decision making in sport. The decisions made by individuals in sport management are often scrutinized internally and externally. Sport organizations must continue to look at the bigger picture when making decisions because things that may be acceptable within the organization could be viewed… Continue reading Ethical dilemma and highlight how your choices are motivated by your personal values.
Complete: Chapter 9 Assignment Janie is one of the most athletic students in your 4th grade physical education class and you really enjoy working with her because she loves every lesson plan you do. Janie has just received a diagnosis of Exercise Induced Asthma and she does not understand what that means. She is worried… Continue reading Grammar and punctuation errors will result in point deductions.
Our first readings—Coming on Strong, Darwin’s Athletes, and more—talk frankly about the history of race, class and sex stereotypes about men and women in sports. But even today, old attitudes can be found in news articles presenting athletes in a certain light: bad boy, princess, “thug,” “monster,” animal, beauty queen. Journalists have the power to… Continue reading You have plenty of choices!
We are going to mix it up this week and the assignment contains some review questions from Chapters 7 and 8 for you to answer, rather than a client scenario. and then go to digital bookshelf and go to Exercise Physiology Textbook