HLP 1081 Total Wellness | Central Campus
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Must Read this syllabus – it tell you the following information

  • How class is set up
  • Lesson topics/Objectives for each lesson
  • Date lesson will be presented
  • Dates of Test 1 and 2 
  • Date of question on videos
    Course Overview:  Upon successful completion of this course, the students should be able to discuss wellness and to apply wellness concepts to enhance the quality of their life.

Course Outcomes:

1.0 The students should be able to assess their current level of health related  fitness through various assessments.
2.0 The students should be able to explain various components of wellness as it relates to a healthy lifestyle.
3.0 The students should be able to discuss body composition as it pertains to total wellness.
4.0 The student should be able to to explain muscular strength and endurance, flaxibility, cardiovascular fitness and demonstrate and participate in exercises to enhance these areas.
5.0 The students should be able to identify good  nutrition principles.
6.0 The students should be able to discuss weight management as it pertains to wellness of wellness.
7.0 The students should be able to identify life stresses and be aware of ways to manage stress.
8.0 The students should be able to identify signs and symptoms of HIV/AIDS, and become aware of the impact of HIV/AIDS to our society.
9.0 Outline and detail a fitness program for implementation when the course is complete.

Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

If you are requesting academic accommodations for this class, you must first register with Accessibility Resources, who will evaluate your request and determine eligibility. To contact Accessibility Resources either call 954-201-6527, or visit their website: If approved, you will be provided with an Accommodation Plan that you must deliver to me electronically. Once received, we will discuss which accommodations you are requesting for this class, and in accordance with Broward College policy 6Hx2-5.09 you will be provided with the appropriate accommodations. Students who wait until after completing the course, or an activity, to request accommodations should not expect any grade to be changed, or to be able to retake the course or activity.

MY OFFICE HOURS – I will be available before and after class.
DIRECTIONS – How to do the assigned work and how to submit it.

If you are absent please do the following.
1. Go to labs link for the class you are missing.  Link the lesson for that day.
Read the objectives. Now go to the power notes and read the information.
This is the information that will be covered in class.

  1. Go to website – list above on this page
  2. This information is for all sessions
  3. Click on syllabus.
  4. There are 7 lessons and 3 videos
  5. There are power notes for each lesson.
Test 1 40
Test  2 40
Video Questions 10
Pre Screening
Post Screening
2.Artery/Blood Pressure
2. Muscles
3. Heart Rates
4. Diabetes/BMI/Waist
5. Skin Cancer Fat In the Artery
6.Food Category Nutrition
7. Food Label
8. Forks Over Knives (video)
9. What the Health (video)
10. The Game Changer (video)
Total 100
Grading Scale
90 – 100 points A
80 – 89 points B
70 – 79 points C
60 – 69 points D
0 – 59  points F

ACADEMIC HONESTY:  BC expects its students to be honest in all of their course work and activities. Breaches of academic honesty include cheating, which includes looking at text, notes, or another person’s paper during an examination when not permitted. If anyone is found cheating, they will receive a grade of F and be referred to the Dean of Student Affairs.

RISK MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES: The instructor must be informed in writing of any health problems that you presently have, including pregnancy, or have had in the past as well as any medication you are taking. Any student with a disability (physical, mental, or learning) must be registered with Disability Services in order to be given special consideration. See the statement on the upper part of this page. You must inform the instructor the first class if you feel you have a weakness in reading, writing, or speaking English.