1. Professionalism

  Professional title slide

Presentation looks appealing, cohesive, and

well-organized

References page included at the end for any

outside sources

      2. Explanation of Exercise/Activity

  General explanation of exercise/activity

Explanation of the purpose of the

exercise/activity (whether related to sport or

activities of daily living)

Explanation of personal experience with

assigned exercise/activity

      3. Planes/Axes of Motion

Breaks down exercise/activity into different phases (stages)

Discusses which body segments are moving through which planes of motion in each phase

Discusses which body segments are moving through which axes of motion in each phase

     4. Skeletal System

  Discusses all the most relevant skeletal structures involved

Discusses all the most relevant joints involved

Discusses any relevant ligaments providing stability for this exercise/activity to occur

      5. Muscular System

   Discusses all the relevant agonist muscles involved

Discusses all the relevant antagonists and stabilizers involved

     

    Attempts to organize the aforementioned criteria based on the different phases

   6. Nervous System

   Discusses all the relevant nervous structures involved

Ties in this category into the muscular system category

       7. Explanation of Good Mechanics/Technique

  Explains what qualifies as good technique and provides rationale why

Provides evidence of good technique (i.e., in-class demonstration, pictures, short video, etc.)

Gives examples of verbal cues that can be given when instructing exercise/activity

      8. Explanation of Poor Mechanics/Technique

Explains what qualifies as poor technique and provides rationale why

Provides evidence of poor technique (i.e., in-class demonstration, pictures, short video, etc.)

Provides tips on how to avoid poor technique

     9. Explanation of Associated

Injuries/Illnesses

   Explains how poor technique can lead to 3 different types of injuries/illnesses

o Injury/Illness #1 o Injury/Illness #2 o Injury/Illness #3

       10. Summary

  Summarizes explanation/purpose of exercise/activity

Summarizes tips on good/poor technique

States the most interesting thing learned

about this exercise/activity in the completion of this project

      Total Score:

Comments:

 HINT: It is highly recommended to have at least 1 slide dedicated to each category (presentation should be min. 10 slides)

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