|1.||Articulate biomechanical concepts and terminology and exemplify using relevant human movement and sport situations;|
|2.||Appraise types of human motion and deduce ways to measure it's various elements;|
|3.||Articulate, exemplify and compute the forces that are applied to humans and equipment during sport and exercise;|
|4.||Deduce and substantiate appropriate biomechanical analysis techniques in prescribed situations; and|
|5.||Deduce the appropriate skills of biomechanics to measure movement, compute performance indicators, critically analyse and diagnose movement techniques.|
|Test||Quizzes - 6 progressive assessments @ 5% each||30%|
|Report||Report on practical task - 3 progressive assessments @ 10% each||30%|
|Presentation||Present data on practical task - 4 progressive assessments @ 5% each||20%|
Biomechanical Basis of Human Movement, 4th Ed
Joseph Hamill, Kathleen Knutzen, Timothy R. Derrick,
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