Summer 2019 - BPK 142 D200

Introduction to Kinesiology (3)

Class Number: 4464

Delivery Method: In Person

Overview

  • Course Times + Location:

    Fr 10:30 AM – 12:20 PM
    SUR 2740, Surrey

  • Exam Times + Location:

    Aug 13, 2019
    3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
    SUR 3310, Surrey

  • Prerequisites:

    Recommended: Grade 11 Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Description

CALENDAR DESCRIPTION:

Basic procedures for the assessment of the status and performance of the individual according to the principles of anthropometry, functional anatomy, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and motor learning. Breadth-Science.

COURSE DETAILS:

2 hour Lecture, 2 hour Lab (13 weeks)


INTRODUCTION
The objective of BPK 142 is to introduce a variety of topics found in the realm of Kinesiology. These include anatomy, body composition, growth and development, muscle physiology and strength, biomechanics, pulmonary and cardiovascular physiology, aerobic power, neuromuscular physiology, and motor learning. Fundamental principles will be taught with the emphasis on why things occur. These principles will be applied to living and survival underwater, in cold and hot climates, and on top of Mt Everest.

The laboratory component will encompass anatomy, proper measurement, testing, and evaluation of physical performance.

LECTURE QUIZZES
There will be lecture quizzes done randomly during the semester. The material is based on the previous lecture. You must be present in class to get credit for the quiz. It cannot be made up outside of the class.

MIDTERM LECTURE EXAM
Format – multiple stage collaborative, fill-in-the-blank questions, short answer, essay, and student provided questions.  The exam will be based on lecture material (including Word files, PowerPoint files, and oral communication in lecture) to the end of the Biomechanics lectures.
Percent contribution to final grade – 12 %

MIDTERM LABORATORY EXAM
Format
- this exam will consist (units 1-15) of an anatomy exam (oesteology, arthrology, myology, and organs) and the following categories of questions: a) Describe a procedure (detailed description of how to measure) - anthropometry, flexibility testing, muscle testing. b) Calculations - from Biomechanics Lab as described in "Laboratory Review Questions - Part 1". c) Movement analysis question(s) - a diagram of a movement will be given and you must analyze all of the joints actions and prime mover muscles. d) Other questions from "Laboratory Review Questions - Part 1".
Percent contribution to final grade – 10 %

ANATOMY EXAM
Anatomy exam in lab -
You will be examined on all of the anatomy (this includes structures, some functions, and some movements) that has been covered in the laboratory sessions in BPK 142.
Percent contribution to final grade – 10 %

FINAL LABORAOTRY EXAM
Written exam in final exam period
- units 16-18 and 20-21 including the following categories:
a) Cardiovascular anatomy
b) Describe a procedure (detailed description of how to measure) - pulmonary function (Surrey class), blood pressure, Astrand Test, maximum oxygen uptake test (Burnaby class).
c) Movement analysis question(s) - a diagram of a movement will be given and you must analyze all of the joints actions and prime mover muscles.
d) You will be asked to do a heart rate calculation, work rate calculation, and a ventilatory calculation.
e) Other questions from "Laboratory Review Questions - Part II" and lab material.
Percent contribution to final grade – 15 %

FINAL LECTURE EXAM
Format
–fill-in-the-blank questions and short answers and student provided questions.  The exam will be based on lecture material starting from the "Biomechanics" lecture onwards (Biomechanics is on the final lecture exam).  You are not responsible for lecture material prior to the Biomechanics lecture, for the final lecture exam.
Percent contribution to final grade – 23 %  

MAKE-UP EXAMS
All make-up exams will be worth the same percentage and cover the same material. The format may be different and will not be given prior to the exam.

MISSED EXAMINATION
A missed exam can only be rewritten if medical evidence of inability to write the exam is presented within 4 days of the scheduled exam. Please contact the instructor if you have missed or are unable to attend a scheduled midterm or final exam. You must also download and complete a Health Care Provider Statement from the SFU web site and hand it in to the course instructor. 

Academic honesty and student conduct
Academic honesty is a condition of continued membership in the University community. Academic dishonesty, including plagiarism or any other form of cheating is subject to serious academic penalty, i.e. failure on an assignment, failure in a course, suspension or expulsion from the University. The University codes of student conduct and academic honesty are contained in policies T10.01 and T10.02 which are available in the Course Timetable and on the Web via http://www.reg.sfu.ca.

It is the responsibility of the student to keep their BPK course outlines if they plan on furthering their education.  


The grading profile is standard for BPK
A+ >92
A 87-91
A- 82-86
B+ 78-81
B 74-77
B- 70-73
C+ 65-69
C 60-64
C- 55-59
D 50-54
F <50

GENERAL LABORATORY INSTRUCTIONS
1) All students are expected to be in the laboratory on time and ready to work. The doors to the lab will be opened at 20 minutes past the hour.

2) At the beginning of each laboratory session, a short pre-lab quiz will be held and then the operation of new and unfamiliar equipment will be demonstrated.  

3) Unless advised to the contrary, students should normally come to the laboratory dressed in gym strip, i.e., T-shirts, shorts and running shoes. For certain experiments, subjects will be chosen one week in advance so that they can come to the laboratory properly prepared.  

4) Handle the equipment carefully. However, if you do damage something, please inform the laboratory personnel so that it can be repaired or replaced as soon as possible.  

5) Clean up after yourself. All equipment should be returned to the exact place from which it was gathered in a clean, neat, and usable condition. DO NOT REMOVE EQUIPMENT OR TEXTBOOKS FROM THE LABORATORY UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.  

6) Because of limitations in time, personnel and resources, make-up labs will not be allowed. Legitimate excuses for not being able to attend or participate in a laboratory session should be discussed with the teaching assistant or instructor IN ADVANCE.  

7) You must attend the laboratory session for which you are registered. If, due to unavoidable circumstances during one week, you are unable to attend your regular laboratory session, you must obtain prior permission from the teaching assistant before attending a different laboratory session.

EXPERIMENT SUMMARY SHEETS
1. Experiment Summary Sheets are required for most of the experiments that are performed in this course. Do not leave the lab until you are sure that you have collected and recorded all of the required information. Experiment Summary Sheets due the following week must be handed in at the beginning of the lab period. Summary sheets that are submitted late will be assessed a late penalty of 10 percent per day late (including weekends). Late labs must be handed into the Science Office and received by office staff for signature during times they are available.  

2. You may submit data sheets ONLY for those lab sessions that you have attended. If you miss a lab session without PRIOR permission from your teaching assistant and a valid medical note, you will receive a mark of zero for the section of the data sheets concerned. Because of limitations in time, personnel and resources, make up labs will not be allowed. Legitimate excuses for not being able to attend or participate in a laboratory session should be discussed with the teaching assistant or instructor IN ADVANCE.

3. You must attend the laboratory session for which you are registered. If, due to unavoidable circumstances during one week, you are unable to attend your regular laboratory session, you must obtain prior permission from the teaching assistant before attending a different laboratory session.  
 
PRE-LAB QUIZZES
At exactly 30 minutes past the hour at the beginning of the lab a quick five question quiz will be held. This will focus on the material read in advance of the current lab as indicated in the lab schedule reading list. If you are late for the lab you will have missed the quiz.

LECTURE SCHEDULE
Week   Date (Fri)  Topic (with some overlap)
1 May 10 Osteology & Arthrology Somatotype
2 May 17  Body Composition Body Composition
3 May 24 Growth and Development
Evaluation of Physical Fitness
4 May 31 Skeletal Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
5 June 7 Muscular Strength
Biomechanics
6 June 14 Biomechanics
Pulmonary Structure & Function
7 June 21 Circulation and Gas Transport
8 June 28 Maximal Aerobic Power
9 July 2 LECTURE MIDTERM & LAB MIDTERM in Lecture time
10 July 12 Neural Control of Movement Neural Control of Movement
11 July 19
Motor Learning Ergonomics & Occupational Health
12 July 26 Cold Stress Underwater Physiology
13 Aug 2
Altitude and Performance Altitude and Performance

LABORATORY SCHEDULE
WEEK DATE (Wed) LABORATORY TOPIC Units from lab manual
1 May 8 Lab Introduction  
2 May 15 Osteology & Torso Anatomy 1,2
3 May 22
Heath-Carter Somatotype Body Composition Analysis (2.0 %)

3
4
4 May 29 Arthrology 
Flexibility Testing (2.0 %)
5,6,7
8
5 June 5 Muscle Anatomy and Movement Analysis (1.5 %) 9
6 June 12 Measurement of Strength, Power & Muscular Endurance
Force-Velocity Relations (2.0 %)
10
11
12
7 June 19 Levers Experiment   (2.0 %)
Centre of Gravity
Gait Analysis
Cardio-respiratory Anatomy
13
14
15
16
8 June 26 Pulmonary Function Testing (2.0 %) 17
9 July 3 Cardiovascular Responses to Submaximal Exercise (2 %) 18
       
10 July 10 Reflex Actions and Nervous System Anatomy 
Performance Curves
Knowledge of Results Experiment Negative and Bilateral Transfer Experiment (1.5 %)
20
21
21
21
11 July 17 Review Session  
12 July 24 ANATOMY EXAM in your lab session  

For Surrey classes, Unit 19 will not be covered or tested in lab. For Burnaby classes, Unit 17 will not be covered or tested in lab.  The concepts of both units will be covered and tested in lecture.

COURSE-LEVEL EDUCATIONAL GOALS:

Knowledge of numerous areas of Kinesiology Understanding fundamental principles, emphasizing why structure, physiology, and functions occur Develop skills in measurement, testing, and evaluation

Grading

  • 9 Pre-lab quizzes 5%
  • Experiment Summary Sheets 15%
  • Lecture Quizzes 10%
  • Midterm Lecture Exam 12%
  • Midterm Lab Exam 10%
  • Anatomy Exam (Week 13) 10%
  • Final Lab Exam 15%
  • Final Lecture Exam (Exam Period) 23%

NOTES:

Laboratory equipment is limited, thus students MUST attend the lab session for which they have registered. Laboratory sessions will begin in the first week of classes.

REQUIREMENTS:

Prerequisite: Recommended: Grade 11 Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students with credit for BPK 142 may not take this course for further credit. Breadth-Science.

Materials

REQUIRED READING:

There is no single text that fully encompasses the topics in this course. All lecture Word and PowerPoint files will be put on canvas.   The laboratory manual is essential and can be obtained from the SFU Bookstore.

REQUIRED LABORATORY TEXT:
Asmundson, R.C., Carter, J., Walsh, M.L. and Ward, R.
BPK 142 – Introduction to Kinesiology Laboratory Manual. 11th Edition. Simon Fraser University, 2018.

Department Undergraduate Notes:

It is the responsibility of the student to keep their BPK course outlines if they plan on furthering their education.

Registrar Notes:

SFU’s Academic Integrity web site http://www.sfu.ca/students/academicintegrity.html is filled with information on what is meant by academic dishonesty, where you can find resources to help with your studies and the consequences of cheating.  Check out the site for more information and videos that help explain the issues in plain English.

Each student is responsible for his or her conduct as it affects the University community.  Academic dishonesty, in whatever form, is ultimately destructive of the values of the University. Furthermore, it is unfair and discouraging to the majority of students who pursue their studies honestly. Scholarly integrity is required of all members of the University. http://www.sfu.ca/policies/gazette/student/s10-01.html

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: YOUR WORK, YOUR SUCCESS