2005 - 2006 Physical Education

PE

101

Basketball, LE

(1)

This course provides the students with a competitive environment in which the students can participate in the sport of basketball. The emphasis of the class is to keep the activity level high.

 

PE

103

Body Mechanics, LE

(1)

This course enables students to participate in various types of physical activities while gaining knowledge of proper exercise and biomechanical principles. Students will be instructed in a "hands-on" manner and are expected to participate to the best of their ability. Each student will be allowed to work at his/her respective level with the objective to improve his/her physical fitness and lifestyle.

 

PE

148

Jogging, LE

(1)

This course will help students to develop their performance skill in running. Students progress as rapidly as their ability will allow guaranteeing proper continuity and progression of this important skill.

 

PE

152

Downhill Skiing, LE

(1)

Students must take seven two-hour classes. Classes meet daily at Brighton Ski Resort at 9:45 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. When the resort is open, both skiing and snowboarding lessons are offered. Cost is $140, payable at Brighton Ski Schoool Office. Call Brighton Ski and Snowboard School (801) 532-4731, ext. 234. Please note: students are expected to complete all seven lessons in the semester in which they are registered for the class. Exceptions to this only occur in years when there is no snow. There is a $10 fee for lost vouchers. Offered Spring semesters only.

 

PE

156

Hiking, LE

(1)

In this course students develop and improve their performance skill in hiking, and gain insight, knowledge and appreciation of hiking. Students meet the first seven weeks of fall semester on Saturday mornings and carpool to local canyons. No previous hiking experience is required.

 

PE

170

Volleyball, LE

(1)

In this course students learn the rules and fundamental techniques of volleyball. Attention is given to individual techniques and overall game strategy.

 

PE

182

Tennis, LE

(1)

Students learn the rules, strategy and fundamental techniques in tennis. Attention is given to individual techniques and the overall game strategy. Classes are taken at a tennis facility in close proximity to the campus.

 

PE

230

Beginning Dance and Movement, LE

(2)

An introduction to the basic elements of movement and dance. Explores body alignment, core support weight, momentum, movement quality, connectivity, and more in relation to time, space, and energy. The class is structured as a series of dance sequences and designed to carry over into every day practice.

 

PE

250

Fitness for Life, LE

(2)

In this course students are engaged in a personalized program for the areas of cardiovascular endurance, weight control and strength and flexibility.