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PERSONAL FITNESS: LOOKING GOOD FEELING GOOD STUDENT ACTIVITY HANDBOOK

Author(s): Williams et al

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2005

Pages: 182

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Also found on the Teacher Resource CD, the Student Activity Handbook is designed to help students better understand the content of the textbook. These activities offer a wealth of assessment opportunities for students of all ability levels.

Also found on the Teacher Resource CD, the Student Activity Handbook is designed to help students better understand the content of the textbook. These activities offer a wealth of assessment opportunities for students of all ability levels.

Introduction

1 Looking Good and Feeling Good
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
1-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Personal Fitness
Application of Concepts
1-2 Health and Physical Activity Questionnaire
Evaluation of Prepared Material
1-3 Lifestyle Appraisal
1-4 Body image
Authentic Assessment
1-5 Health Risk Factors
1-6 PAR-Q & You: Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire

 

2 Components of Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
2-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns for the Assessment of Components of Fitness
Application of Concepts
2-2 Health-Related Fitness Profile
Evaluation of Prepared Material
2-3 Case Study Comparison to Fitness Standards
Authentic Assessment
2-4 Health-Related Fitness Profile

 

3 Goal Setting for Teenagers
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
3-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Goal Setting
Application of Concepts
3-2 Understanding Goals and Goal-Setting Steps
Evaluation of Prepared Material
3-3 Ignoring Goal-Setting Steps
Authentic Assessment
3-4 Setting Health-Related Fitness Goals
3-5 Goal Setting through ¿Personal Best¿ Efforts

 

4 Guidelines for Exercise
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
4-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Exercise Guidelines
Application of Concepts
4-2 Guidelines for Exercise
Evaluation of Prepared Material
4-3 Evaluating Prepared Warm-Up and Cool-Down Programs
Authentic Assessment
4-4 Designing Your Warm-Up and Cool-Down Sessions

 

5 Principles of Training
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
5-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Training Principles
Application of Concepts
5-2 Methods to Increase Overload¿FIT
Evaluation of Prepared Material
5-3 Principles of Training
Authentic Assessment
5-4 Application of Training Principles
5-5 Designing a Simple Program

 

6 Flexibility
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
6-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Flexibility
Application of Concepts
6-2 Application of Training Principles to Improve Flexibility
Evaluation of Prepared Material
6-3 Evaluating Flexibility Exercise Programs
Authentic Assessment
6-4 Designing Your Flexibility Program

 

7 Cardiovascular Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
7-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Cardiovascular Fitness
Application of Concepts
7-2 Pulse, Resting, and Recovery Heart Rates
7-3 Computing Your Target Heart Rate Zone
7-4 Application of Training Principles to Cardiovascular Fitness
Evaluation of Prepared Material
7-5 Evaluating Cardiovascular Exercise Programs
Authentic Assessment
7-6 Designing Your Cardiovascular Fitness Program

 

8 Muscular Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
8-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Muscular Fitness
Application of Concepts
8-2 Concepts of Muscular Fitness Training
8-3 Application of Training Principles to Muscular Fitness
Evaluation of Prepared Material
8-4 Evaluating Muscular Fitness Programs
Authentic Assessment
8-5 Designing Your Muscular Fitness Progam

 

9 Nutrition
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
9-1 Vocabul

Introduction

1 Looking Good and Feeling Good
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
1-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Personal Fitness
Application of Concepts
1-2 Health and Physical Activity Questionnaire
Evaluation of Prepared Material
1-3 Lifestyle Appraisal
1-4 Body image
Authentic Assessment
1-5 Health Risk Factors
1-6 PAR-Q & You: Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire

 

2 Components of Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
2-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns for the Assessment of Components of Fitness
Application of Concepts
2-2 Health-Related Fitness Profile
Evaluation of Prepared Material
2-3 Case Study Comparison to Fitness Standards
Authentic Assessment
2-4 Health-Related Fitness Profile

 

3 Goal Setting for Teenagers
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
3-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Goal Setting
Application of Concepts
3-2 Understanding Goals and Goal-Setting Steps
Evaluation of Prepared Material
3-3 Ignoring Goal-Setting Steps
Authentic Assessment
3-4 Setting Health-Related Fitness Goals
3-5 Goal Setting through ¿Personal Best¿ Efforts

 

4 Guidelines for Exercise
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
4-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Exercise Guidelines
Application of Concepts
4-2 Guidelines for Exercise
Evaluation of Prepared Material
4-3 Evaluating Prepared Warm-Up and Cool-Down Programs
Authentic Assessment
4-4 Designing Your Warm-Up and Cool-Down Sessions

 

5 Principles of Training
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
5-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Training Principles
Application of Concepts
5-2 Methods to Increase Overload¿FIT
Evaluation of Prepared Material
5-3 Principles of Training
Authentic Assessment
5-4 Application of Training Principles
5-5 Designing a Simple Program

 

6 Flexibility
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
6-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Flexibility
Application of Concepts
6-2 Application of Training Principles to Improve Flexibility
Evaluation of Prepared Material
6-3 Evaluating Flexibility Exercise Programs
Authentic Assessment
6-4 Designing Your Flexibility Program

 

7 Cardiovascular Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
7-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Cardiovascular Fitness
Application of Concepts
7-2 Pulse, Resting, and Recovery Heart Rates
7-3 Computing Your Target Heart Rate Zone
7-4 Application of Training Principles to Cardiovascular Fitness
Evaluation of Prepared Material
7-5 Evaluating Cardiovascular Exercise Programs
Authentic Assessment
7-6 Designing Your Cardiovascular Fitness Program

 

8 Muscular Fitness
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
8-1 Vocabulary, Value, and Safety Concerns of Muscular Fitness
Application of Concepts
8-2 Concepts of Muscular Fitness Training
8-3 Application of Training Principles to Muscular Fitness
Evaluation of Prepared Material
8-4 Evaluating Muscular Fitness Programs
Authentic Assessment
8-5 Designing Your Muscular Fitness Progam

 

9 Nutrition
Vocabulary, Value, and Safety
9-1 Vocabul

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