Upon successful completion of BOWLING the student will be able to:
Course overview & grading; discuss & demonstrate the 4-step delivery; discuss &
practice a strike ball delivery; Strike Ball handout(10 points).
Review Session 2; hook vs. straight ball hand
position; bowl for score; Individual Scoring sheet (60 points) w/ Handicap
Calculation handout (10 points) on backside
Handicap handout (10 points); Grading Summary handout; bowl for score.
WEEK 6 League Play
League Play; adjust
Bowling I, PAC 123
1. To receive an A or A- grade
in this class the student must be able to hit the appropriate target arrow 11
out of 20 attempts, 55% success minimum. Grading: the final grade,
scored on a point basis. 230-250 points, A*; 225-229 points, A-*; 221-224,
B+; 205-220, B; 200-204, B-; 196-199, C+; 180-195, C; 175-179, C-; 171-174, D+;
155-170, D; 150-154, D-, 149 points or less, F.
*(To receive an A or A- grade in this class the student must be able to hit the
appropriate target arrow
Students must have an ONID account in order to access their grade at the campus Blackboard site. To get an ONID account, go to http://www.onid.orst.edu Once the student has logged into Blackboard, access this class. If you cannot access the course, you are not correctly registered for this class. Again, you must have an ONID account in order to access your final grade.
Statement of Risk:
Risk is associated with many of life’s activities, including PAC classes. It is highly
recommended that you provide yourself with a student health/accident insurance
policy. These are available through the University, private carriers, or
through a family policy. If uninsured, minor accidents or health problems can
lead to great expense. If you have a condition that might affect or be affected
by participation in this PAC class, you are encouraged to so inform your
instructor either verbally or in writing. Should you become ill or
injured during class time, please inform the instructor or have a fellow student
do so. If you must leave class because of illness or injury it is recommended
that another student accompany you.
Focus Questions and Important Info to know --- Have in these in your notes:
*Assuming you do not have a proven stance starting
position for your strike ball attempt, where has it been recommended by your
instructor to position your left instep (right instep for left-hand bowlers) in
relationship to the nearest row of dots on floor where you will begin your
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY,
DEPARTMENT OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE
Student Learning Outcomes - Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to
1. use the natural hook release and will understand the other styles of deliveries.
2. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the rules.
3. use correct bowling terminology, etiquette and scoring techniques.
4. demonstrate an interest in improvement through participation and proper use of practice time.
5. show a basic understanding of skill fundamentals, errors and error correction.
6. hit the appropriate target arrow 11 out of 20 attempts, 55% success rate.
Course Content -
1. Instruction in history, terminology, rules, drills, safety and etiquette through lecture, demonstration, discussion and the use of audio-visual aids.
2. Instruction including laboratory practice in the following skills and techniques:
a. Ball selection - size, weight, finger placement
b. Preliminaries - aim, stance, sighting
c. Approach - based on 4 steps
d. Arm swing - checkpoints and coordination with the 4 step approach
e. Release position - body and hand
f. Practice on strike shooting
g. Spare pickups
h. Fun events
3. Instruction and practice in scoring.
Materials and Facilities -
1. Provided by the MU Lanes: lanes, balls, shoes, score sheets
2. Provided by the student:
a. There is an additional fee
billed to your account, which goes to MU Lanes to pay the students working the
desk and help with maintenance and equipment costs.
b. The PAC fee has already been billed to your account.
c. Refunds of fees if you drop or withdraw follow the University fee refund schedule found in the Registration Information Handbook.
d. Clothes that allow you to move and socks.
3. There is a handout of information on Blackboard. Please access this for important information and to study for the quizzes.
Please, no eating during class. If you bring a drink to class, please keep it off of the scoring table and deposit the empty container properly after class. Also, please return your ball and shoes to their proper places each day. Thank you.
Options for a class make-up:
1. Turn in the score sheet with at least 2 lines scored. Also, indicate on the back when, where, and with whom you bowled, and comment on the facility and your performance. Bowling additional games during the class time is not considered a make-up. You may use your ‘free’ line (game) for this, but you must turn in 2 lines for a full make up.
2. Watch professional bowling on television for at least 45 minutes and turn in or e/mail a one page synopsis of what you observed. In addition to discussing the tournament, include documentation affirming that you actually watched. (when, channel, how long, tournament, bowlers' names).
3. Go on-line and review a bowling technique Website. Write a page describing what was covered and what you learned. Be sure to include the URL.
4. Another option for a make up is to go to a private
bowling center and observe league bowling for 45 minutes. For credit you must
e/mail me a written synopsis of what you observed including day, time, place,
and your comments sufficient to earn participation points equal to class.
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