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Welcome to Mr. Daniel Ortega's Fall 2010 syllabus for
PE AC 55 - Soccer
Course:   PE AC 55 - Soccer
Section:   3031
Division:   Physical Education/Athletics
Class Location:   Aux
Class Times:   W 7:00pm - 9:50pm
Instructor:   Mr. Daniel Ortega
Instructor's email:   dortega@hartnell.edu
Office Location:   Physical Education Building, Room 110
Office Hours:   Tuesday 9am - 10am, Wednesday 12pm -1pm, Friday 11am - 12pm, or by appointment
Phone:   (831) 755-6839

Dear Student,
Welcome to PEAC 55 Soccer.

Course Description
This course offers advanced instruction and practice in offensive and defensive fundamentals, techniques for each position, rules, organizational methods, and coaching principles.

Course Objectives
Physical Fitness Development Objective
1. Students should be able to participate and complete warm-ups, drills, and games designed to improve cardiovascular fitness.
Cognitive Development Objective
2. Students should be able to identify, interpret, and explain the rules of the game of soccer.
3. Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of principles, strategies, movement concepts and tactics as they apply to learning and the performance of soccer.
Motor Skill Development Objective
4. Students should be able to demonstrate with an increasing degree of proficiency and acquisition proper techniques in executing the soccer pass, shot, dribble and trap.
Affective Development Objective
5. Students should be able to value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self expression, and /or social interaction.
6. Students should be able to exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity setting.

Required Course Material

Grading Procedures
Attendance 60%
Participation 10%
Rules Test 10%
Skills Test 20%

Extra Credit
Extra-credit assignments are offered during the semester and points earned are added to a studentís total score. All assignments must be typed using twelve-point Ariel or Times New Roman Font, double spaced, and covered by a title page (title of assignment, name, and date). Written material is not graded.

Class Policies
16-14 Class Days of Attendance = A
13-12 Class Days of Attendance = B
11 Class Days of Attendance = C
10- 9 Class Days of Attendance = D
8 or below Class Days of Attendance = F