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PTA 105 Kinesiology Notes^

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Week/

Day

Topics

Reading

Goals/Objectives*

1

Course Introduction: Basic Principles of Kinesiology,

Basic Biomechanics

The Nervous System

Lippert Ch 1

Biel Ch 1

Lippert Ch 6

P1, CG1

Kinetics, Torque, Line of Pull,Skeletal System, Types of Bones Structure & Function of Joints

Joints

Lippert Ch 1-3

P1, P3,

Skeletal Muscles, Types of Contractions, Active & Passive Range of Motion

Skeletal Muscle

extra...

Regional Osteology

Lippert Ch 4-6,8

P1, P3, C6

4

Structure & Function of the Shoulder Complex     

Shoulder Complex

Lippert Ch 9

Biel Ch 2

P1, P3,C1,C4,A3

5

Shoulder Complex                                                     

Lippert Ch 9,10

Biel Ch 2

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1,A2, A3 A3

6

Structure & Function of the Elbow & Forearm Complex

Elbow Forearm Complex

LIppert Ch 11

Biel Ch 2 & 3

P1, P3,C1,C4, A3

7

Structure & Function of the Wrist  

The Wrist

Structure & Function of the Hand

The Hand

Lippert Ch 12, 13 Biel Ch 3

P1,P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

 
SPRING BREAK
   

8

Structure & Function of the Vertebral Column

Postural Assessment & Function

Vertebral Column

Lippert Ch13, 21

Biel Ch 4

P1, P3,C1,C4, A3

9

Postural Assessment & Function Continued

Lippert Ch 13, 21

Beil Ch 4

C1,C4,P1,P3,A1-A3

10

Structure & Function of the Hip

The Hip

Lippert Ch 17, 18

Biel Ch 6

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

11

Structure & Function of the Knee

The Knee

Lippert Ch 19

Biel Ch 7

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

12

Structure & Function of the Knee

The Knee

Lippert Ch 19

Biel Ch 7

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

13

Structure of the Ankle & Foot

Functional Analysis of activities & Gait

The Foot & Ankle

Lippert Ch 20

Biel Ch 7

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

14

Kinesiology of Mastication and VentilationTemporomandibular Joint

Mastication & Ventilation

Facial Muscles

Lippert Ch 14,16

Biel Ch 5

P1, P3,C1,C4,A1-A3

15

Functional Analysis of Activities

How do they do that?

 

P1, P3,C1,C4,C5,A1-A3

Review

 

P1, P3, CG1,CG2, A3

 *Goals/Objectives have been grouped to include all areas of the body. Individual lectures address specific areas of the body and objectives would then be limited to the specific area for that lecture, for example after completing the material regarding the muscles of the foot & ankle, learners would be able to identify specific muscles of the foot and ankle in photographs of men and women, etc. (C4).                                                                                                                                                 

The Goals & Objectives have been “coded” in the right hand column so that the match up with the objectives for the course. Cognitive goals are indicated by the letter C, Psychomotor goals are indicated by the letter P, and Affective goals are indicated by the letter A with the numbers representing their sequence. This is intended to assist the student/learner in determining what will be covered on a week to week or class to class basis.

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