Subject: Kinesiology Activity
Credit units: 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
College: Kinesiology
Department: Kinesiology (Dean's Office)


Introduces students to the theoretical and practical study of the common movement patterns from which most Games evolve. Students will gain knowledge and skills in how the body generates and absorbs force using projectiles (throwing, shooting, kicking, spiking, trapping, etc) and implements (bats, racquets, clubs, sticks, etc). Low organized games and lead-up games will be used extensively to teach students the commonalities in teaming and evading used in team games. Students will be assessed on both theoretical and practical content.

Prerequisite(s): KIN 150
Note: Students can receive credit for only one of KIN 250.3 or KINA 200.2

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