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PAC 221 Theory and Practice of Basketball II
Credit Hours:  2
Effective Term: Fall 2012
SUN#: N/A
AGEC: (None)  
Credit Breakdown: 6 Labs
Times for Credit: 4
Grading Option: Both A/F and S/U
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Description: Advanced techniques of team play and strategy in the sport of basketball. Includes advanced mechanics of basketball and total body conditioning. May be taken four times for credit. Prerequisite: PAC121 or Instructor consent.

Prerequisites: PAC121 or Instructor consent

Corequisites: None

Recommendations: N/A

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Application Level) Demonstrate proper conditioning for basketball with performance level at the minimum required energy for high intensity practice and games including off-season, pre-season and in-season programs.
2. (Synthesis Level) Demonstrate and combine offensive and defensive footwork within the rules of basketball 100% of the time to successfully defend and operate offensively.
3. (Application Level) Display and perform proper shooting mechanics including sight, balance, hand position, elbow alignment, shooting rhythm and follow-through, 100% of the time when guided.
4. (Application Level) Perform four out of the five basic basketball shots including free throw, jump shot, three-point shot, hook shot and lay-up, with 50% accuracy in game or game simulation.
5. (Synthesis Level) Demonstrate and combine ball handling activities under defensive pressure (dribbling, passing and catching) without turning the ball over 70% of the time.
6. (Application Level) Display proper rebounding techniques, securing missed shots on the defensive end 75% of the time and on the offensive end 33% of the time, with the ability to adapt them in various offensive and defensive scenarios in game simulations and/or games.
7. (Synthesis Level) Demonstrate and combine correct offensive and defensive strategies of play 65% of the opportunities versus an opponent.
8. (Application Level) Exhibit through written or oral assessment personal development as a member of an organized team.
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
N/A