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SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE

DUMAGUETE CITY

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND EDUCATION


COURSE SYLLABUS Academic Year: 2013 2014 Course Code : Course Title: Credit Units: PED 102 Individual/Dual Sports (Swimming) 2 Units

Contact Hours: 2 Hours/per week Course Description: The course deals with the 2 categories of Athletics. With the study of basic strokes fundamental to aquatic such as the crawl stroke and backstroke. Emphasis in placed on the drills of the arms, legs and breathing action for learning and coordination of the stroke. Also includes the study of diving. The course develops the students skills sufficient for recreational fitness and survival purposes. COURSE OBJECTIVES General Objectives: At the end of the course, the students are expected to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Identify the events in Athletics and differentiate each correctly cultivate habits of participation and enjoyment in swimming. observe the rules in using the pool. Perform each fundamental skills of swimming correctly. Demonstrate an interest in self-improvement through active participation in class. Demonstrate cooperation and leadership. Conduct a small research related to the subject.

SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE


DUMAGUETE CITY

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND EDUCATION


COURSE TIME TABLE
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Individual / Dual Sports (With Emphasis in Swimming)


PED 104 Academic Year: 2013 2014

Week 1
Orientation Week 7

Week 2 Athletics
Week 8

Week 3 Athletics
Week 9

Week 4 Athletics
Week 10

Week 5 Swimming
Week 11

Week 6 Swimming
Week 12

Swimming
Week 13

Swimming
Week 14

Midterm
Week 15

Swimming
Week 16

Swimming
Week 17

Swimming
Week 18

Swimming

Swimming

Swimming

Swimming

Swimming

Finals

MARIA KATRYN T. CALUMPANG Instructor Date Submitted: _____________________________

DR. MARICAR FLORES Program Chair, Teacher Education

DR. ENRIQUITA CIMAFRANCA Dean, College of Arts and Education

CURRICULUM INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE

Time Frame 2 Hrs.

Behavioral Objectives
(Intermediate Competencies)

Course Outline/ Key Topics I. Orientation A. Introduction to the Course B. The Course Requirement C. Grading System D. Getting to Know You E. Class Rules

Teaching-Learning Activities (Methods/Teaching Strategies) Classroom Values Possible Strategies: Icebreaker Group Work Oral Presentation Human Bingo This is me Responsibility Awareness Cooperation Creativeness Initiative Environmental Principles # 1-7

Evaluation

At the end of the course, the students should be able to: be oriented with the policies of the teacher towards the course get to know each other be aware of the responsibilities of being a student in Physical Education 3

Group Performance Oral report

6 Hrs.

At the end of the course, the students should be able to: discuss the history of Track and Field correctly; identify the two broad categories of athletics correctly differentiate events under the track program correctly; discuss the rules in running, jumping and throwing events

II. Athletics A. History B. Track Event C. Field Events D. Throwing Events E. Jumping Events

Possible Strategies: Gallery Walk Picture Puzzle P.E. 3 Manual Group Activity (T-G-T) Team Work Cooperation Initiative Environmental Principles # 1-7 Group Presentation Quiz Picture Collection

CURRICULUM INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDE

Time Frame 28 Hrs.

Behavioral Objectives
(Intermediate Competencies)

Course Outline/ Key Topics III. Swimming A. History, Origin, Development B. Stretching Exercises Appropriate in Swimming C. Safety Rules of the Swimming Pool D. Different Strokes E. Diving

Teaching-Learning Activities (Methods/Teaching Strategies) Classroom Values Possible Strategies: Group Work Field (swimming) Peer teaching Cooperation Diligence Hard Work Assertiveness Positive Thinking Self-Discipline Coordination Initiative Environmental Principles # 1-7

Evaluation

At the end of the course, the students should be able to: discuss the history, origin of swimming correctly; identify and differentiate the different strokes correctly; perform the basics of the different swimming strokes correctly; recognize the importance of stretching before every swim correctly; perform the correct form of diving practice the safety rules when in the swimming pool correctly

Practical Tests

COURSE REQUIREMENTS Quizzes/Practical tests Scrapbook/ Portfolio Medical Certificate Participation in Swimming Classes Research Output Periodic Examinations

REFERENCES Andin, Carmen Tabije. Organization and Management Of Physical Education and Sports. Rex Bookstore, 1985. Belmonte, Paz Cielo et. al. Physical Education Handbook. Beran, Janice and Ravello. Physical Activities for the Filipina. Rivera, Aquino R. Todays Physical Education.1984 Thani, Lokesh. Rules of Games and Sports. Sports Publications, 1995. Ybanez, Evangeline B. Recreational Activities.1999. http://www.sports-media.org www.pecentral.com http://pemsea.org/

GRADING SYSTEM

35% 40% 25% -----100%

Average Quiz (Quizzes 20%, Project/Research 15%) Periodical test Daily Recitation (attendance 10%, Assignment 15%)

PRELIM MIIDTERM FINAL 40% 60% -------100%

MARIA KATRYN T. CALUMPANG Instructor Date Submitted: _____________________________

DR. MARICAR FLORES Program Chair, Teacher Education

DR. ENRIQUITA CIMAFRANCA Dean, College of Arts and Education