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Undergraduate Admissions Information
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5339 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5339
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Email: admissions@madonna.edu

Physical Education/Secondary 6-12 Minor
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Physical Education/Secondary 6-12 Minor    
   Minor Courses (23 cr. to be chosen)    
      BIO 2240    
      PED 2000   History and Principles of Physical Education 2 cr.  Survey of the history and principles of Physical Education and how they relate to individuals with diverse needs and cultural values. Emphasis is placed on the promotion of life-long health and happiness through physical activity. Students learn strategies for planning instruction and organizing physical activities within the context of the K-12 schools. Prerequisite: WRT 1010 and WRT 1020 or equivalent. 
      PED 2350   Kinesiology 2 cr.  Lecture course covering the principles of human motion based on the anatomical and mechanical analysis of the skeletal and muscular systems, including functional joint classification and muscle actions as prime movers, assistors, and stabilizers. Prerequisite: BIO 2240. 
      PED 2500   Fitness Principles 1 cr.  Basic study of health fitness and physical fitness, with attention to nutrition, the major health problems of the United States, behaviors that promote personal health, and the obstacles to changing health behaviors. 
      PED 3250   Motor Development 2 cr.  Survey of motor development issues as they relate to self expression, development and learning. Emphasis is placed on basic principles of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development with attention to individual differences. Students learn strategies assessing motor skill development and planning and implementing motor skill development activities. Issues of safety are also addressed. Prerequisites: PED 2000 and BIO 2240. 
      PED 3350   Adapted Physical Education 2 cr.  Basic survey of the philosophy and goals of adapted physical education, emphasizing the needs and characteristics of students with disabilities. Students learn strategies for planning and instructing activities for the disabled student. Prerequisites: PED 2000 and BIO 2240. 
      PED 3810   Assessment: Team Sports 2 cr.  The teaching, performance, analysis, and evaluation of selected traditional and non-traditional team activities. For those seeking K-12 Physical Education endorsement. Prerequisite: PED 2000. 
      PED 3820   Assessment: Individual Sports 2 cr.  The teaching, performance, analysis, and evaluation of selected fundamental individual and team activities. For those seeking K-12 Physical Education endorsement. Prerequisite: PED 2000. 
      PED 4620   Instructional Methods of Teaching Secondary PE 3 cr.  The theory of instruction, methods, and materials for providing physical education for secondary students. The application of effective instructional theory, planning and practice of physical education, as well as sound decision making and multicultural approaches are emphasized in the field-based context. Observation of classroom procedures, participation in simulation, and teaching. Students participate in both lecture and laboratory experiences. Prerequisites: PED 3500 and Admission to the Teacher Education Program. 
      PED 4650   Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education 3 cr.  The application of tests and measurements in the evaluation process in physical education: evaluations of cognitive and affective learning, motor ability, health-related fitness, physical performance, and different sports skills. Prerequisites: PED 3500 and Admission to the Teacher Education Program. 
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