This course explores physical fitness as related to cardio-pulmonary capacity, nutrition, stress and addictive substances. The course involves laboratory assessment of each student's fitness status, lecture and experiences in a variety of selected fitness activities. Based on these experiences students are expected to develop an individualized physical fitness program.
Groups should aim at providing guidelines, resources, and preventing care information that promote healthy lifestyle changes and positive decision making geared toward college students.
Groups needs to obtain instructor’s consent when choosing a topic.
Each topic must include:
Navigate to the Find Books tab and use the library catalog search box.
Connect to the catalog by viewing the books below:
Sources: 3 (minimum) different sources
|Articles||Academic/Scholarly, Newspaper, Magazine|
|Books||Print, eBook, Reference|
|Media||Video, Audio, Image|
Data and statistics in your presentation can strengthen the validity of your argument.
Data and statistics may be found in published journal articles, but they are also likely to be found in data compilations available on governmental, intergovernmental, and NGO websites.
2. One strategy is to use Google's domain search tool, and Boolean logic, to construct a query such as these:
Domain .int is for intergovernmental organizations and organizations with United Nations observer status and is the domain issued to such sites as the World Health Organization.
You can include site:org, of course (the International Monetary Fund, a good source of economics data, is imf.org), but remember that Wikipedia is a .org. Wikipedia articles, by the way, may have some useful links in the External Links section.