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Public Speaking Q1
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This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of public speaking. These ...

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of public speaking. These basics include every step of the process, from researching to outlining to delivering a speech. We will also focus on the relationship between speaking and listening, dealing with nervousness, gauging an audience, and using visual aids as support. Students will be asked to give an array of speeches that will enhance their appreciation of and comfort with the art of elocution. Through oral assignments and written assignments, we will cultivate strong critical reasoning, analytical, and argumentative skills. This is the first part of a two-quarter course.

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Arts and Humanities
Speaking and Listening
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Fitness for Life Q2
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Physical fitness and nutrition are important parts for everyday life. Fitness for ...

Physical fitness and nutrition are important parts for everyday life. Fitness for Life will give you the opportunity to create personal fitness goals and make nutrition plans that are useful and fun! We will explore different ways to exercise and use your personal talents and ambitions to make physical activity a part of your daily routine. Bring a good attitude, be ready to participate, and get excited to advance your skills and/or try something new! This is the second of a two-quarter course.

Subject:
Health, Medicine and Nursing
Nutrition
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Full Course
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Open High School of Utah
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Lifetime Sports Q2
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Lifetime Sports is a continuation of Fitness for Life. It focuses on ...

Lifetime Sports is a continuation of Fitness for Life. It focuses on a higher level of proficiency of fitness and activity. Students will be required to participate in regular physical activity and will be required to track weekly physical activity, just like in Fitness for Life, but with more in-depth self-monitoring. Students will be learning about individual sports, commonly played team sports, and extreme sports. It is intended that these will promote various activities for lifetime fitness. Examples of activities covered are golf, tennis, martial arts, wrestling, water sports, gymnastics, dance, badminton, table tennis, winter sports, basketball, football, soccer, dodgeball, quadball, baseball, softball, volleyball, ultimate sport, disc golf, cycling, hiking and various extreme sports. This is part two of a two-quarter course

Subject:
Health, Medicine and Nursing
Nutrition
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Full Course
Lecture
Reading
Provider:
Open High School of Utah
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Open High School of Utah