1. Professionalism • Professional title slide • Presentation looks appealing, co

1. Professionalism
• Professional title slide
• Presentation looks appealing, cohesive, and
well-organized
• References page included at the end for any
outside sources
2. Explanation of Exercise/Activity
• General explanation of exercise/activity
• Explanation of the purpose of the
exercise/activity (whether related to sport or
activities of daily living)
• Explanation of personal experience with
assigned exercise/activity
3. Planes/Axes of Motion
• Breaks down exercise/activity into different phases (stages)
• Discusses which body segments are moving through which planes of motion in each phase
• Discusses which body segments are moving through which axes of motion in each phase
4. Skeletal System
• Discusses all the most relevant skeletal structures involved
• Discusses all the most relevant joints involved
• Discusses any relevant ligaments providing stability for this exercise/activity to occur
5. Muscular System
• Discusses all the relevant agonist muscles involved
• Discusses all the relevant antagonists and stabilizers involved
• Attempts to organize the aforementioned criteria based on the different phases
6. Nervous System
• Discusses all the relevant nervous structures involved
• Ties in this category into the muscular system category
7. Explanation of Good Mechanics/Technique
• Explains what qualifies as “good technique” and provides rationale why
• Provides evidence of “good technique” (i.e., in-class demonstration, pictures, short video, etc.)
• Gives examples of verbal cues that can be given when instructing exercise/activity
8. Explanation of Poor Mechanics/Technique
• Explains what qualifies as “poor technique” and provides rationale why
• Provides evidence of “poor technique” (i.e., in-class demonstration, pictures, short video, etc.)
• Provides tips on how to avoid “poor technique”
9. Explanation of Associated
Injuries/Illnesses
• Explains how “poor technique” can lead to 3 different types of injuries/illnesses
o Injury/Illness #1 o Injury/Illness #2 o Injury/Illness #3
10. Summary
• Summarizes explanation/purpose of exercise/activity
• Summarizes tips on good/poor technique
• States the most interesting thing learned
about this exercise/activity in the completion of this project
Total Score:
Comments:
HINT: It is highly recommended to have at least 1 slide dedicated to each category (presentation should be min. 10 slides)

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