INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL AND TEST BANK
The Instructor's Manual contains all new lesson plans, as well as lab plans,
suggestions for grading, audiovisual resources, sources of equipment, objectives,
and discussion questions.
MICRO TEST III Computerized Test Bank
Available on Windows or Macintosh, the latest version of our computerized testing
software is available. This allows you to custom design your own tests, use
the expanded test item FILE, and to add your own testing question. (Windows,
0-07-039327-3; Mac, 0-07-039326-5)
In order to put it all together, we offer the course-planning binder that conveniently
organizes all the ancillary package items with tabbed dividers. (0-07-235221)
INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO 1: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL FITNESS
This NEW revision includes fitness philosophy, fitness objectives (including
the "Stairway to Lifetime Fitness"), and a complete description of the fitness
tests in the Concepts books. NEW test descriptions include estimated IRM for
strength, the trunk rotation test for flexibility, and the curl-up test for
muscular endurance. The H.E.L.P. philosophy presents the concepts:
H: Fitness and wellness are important for good health
E: Fitness and wellness are available to everyone
L: Fitness and wellness are for a lifetime
P: Fitness and wellness are personal
INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO 2: INTRODUCTION TO WELLNESS
This second instructional video defines wellness and puts wellness, health and
fitness in perspective for both students and instructors. This video provides
the basic foundation to study wellness. (0-07-235220-5)
THE LIFETIME FITNESS CONCEPTS COURSE VIDEO SERIES
This is a series of fifteen 28-minute video programs designed to provide basic
conceptual physical fitness information to young adults. When used in conjunction
with this text, the videos help interested students learn how to do self-tests
of fitness and wellness, plan effective lifetime fitness and wellness programs,
and learn concepts that will make them better fitness and wellness decision
makers. This is available through Arizona State University.
McGraw-Hill FITNESS AND WELLNESS TRANSPARENCIES
50 two- and four-color transparency acetates cover wellness topics in the Concepts
90 four-color transparency acetates illustrate anatomical and physiological
concepts, which help instructors describe the scientific concepts of physical
fitness and health-related fitness. (0-07-232702-2)
FITNESS/WELLNESS PROFILE DISKETTE
This computer diskette includes several fitness and wellness program applications.
The fitness evaluation profile as well as the target heart rate, heart disease
risk, nutrition, and stress programs have proven to be effective. The fitness
profile allows students to enter fitness test results and receive ratings on
a "learn as you go" basis. Ratings and test results can be displayed on the
computer screen or printed. (IBM 0-07-235217-5 and Mac 0-07-235218-3).
FITSOLVE II SOFTWARE
This enhances learning of health-related fitness concepts by personalizing information
and by explaining the meaning of the results rather than merely "grading" the
students, as other programs do. It begins with a coronary heart disease risk
questionnaire, followed by input of fitness test scores. Features include score
summary, heart attack risk categorization, and health-related fitness status.
(Windows, 0-697-33950-5; Mac, 0-697-33952-1)
FITNESS AND WELLNESS WEB PAGE
This Web page is designed to help instructors and students in fitness and wellness
courses. It has information about our books, conventions, and links to the updates
to our annual publications: Health Net: A Health and Wellness Guide to the Internet,
and The AIDS Booklet. The site will also include:
· Fit to Be Tried
These online articles provide instructors with the latest information about
"hot" health topics to supplement their McGraw-Hill health, fitness, sexuality,
drugs, and wellness textbooks. Updated regularly, the articles are a useful
resource for instructors and students. ·
Personal Assessments and Lab Activities
These are additional assessments and lab activities that can be downloaded and
used in class.
· Book Specific
These presentations are book specific, and to be used in the classroom.
PageOut: The Course Web site Development Center
PageOut enables you to develop a Web site for your course. The site includes:
· A course home page,
· An instructor home page,
· A syllabus (interactive, customizable, and includes quizzing, instructor notes,
and links to the Online Learning Center)
· Web links
· Discussions (multiple discussion areas per class)
· An online grade boo
· Student Web pages
· 16 design templates.
This program is now available to registered adopters of McGraw-Hill textbooks.
If a textbook adoption is 200 or more copies per year, our technology experts
will create a Web site for the course in 30 minutes or less. This service is
particularly exciting as the Online Learning Centers content can be imported
into the Web page.
UC BERKELEY WELLNESS LETTER
This well-respected health and wellness newsletter keeps you informed of the
latest developments in the field.
THE AIDS BOOKLET 6/e, by Frank Cox
This booklet provides current facts about AIDS and HIV: what it is, how the
disease is transmitted, its prevalence among various population groups, symptoms
of HIV infection, strategies for prevention, etc. It also covers the legal,
social, medical, and ethical issues related to AIDS and HIV. After publication,
additional updates are posted to the Web site at http://www.mhhe.com/hper/health/personalhealth.
It is available with any McGraw-Hill product to create a package. (ISBN 0-697-29428-5)
HEALTH NET: A HEALTH & WELLNESS GUIDE TO THE INTERNET, 2E,
McGraw-Hill This is your navigational tool for exploring the vast amount of
health resources available on the Internet. It has an introduction on general
information about the Internet, plus it is divided into several informative
sections. Under each section you'll find a list of Web sites, followed by a
short description of what to find at that particular site. The print version
will be revised each fall in time for second semester classes. Updates will
be available year round via the web. This may be packaged with this text. (ISBN
TESTWELL by the National Wellness Institute
This is a self-scoring, pencil-and-paper wellness assessment developed by the
National Wellness Institute in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and distributed exclusively
by McGraw-Hill Publishers. It adds flexibility to any personal health or wellness
course by allowing adopters to offer pre- and post-assessments at the beginning,
end, or at anytime during the course. (0-697- 21131-2)
DIET AND FITNESS LOG by McGraw-Hill
This logbook helps students track their diet and exercise programs. It serves
as a diary to help students log their behaviors. It may be packaged with this text.
HEALTHQUEST 2.0 by Robert Gold and Nancy Atkinson
This newly revised HealthQuest 2.0 helps students explore the behavioral aspects
of personal health and wellness through a state-of-the-art interactive CD-ROM.
Your students will be able to assess their current health and wellness status,
determine their health risks, and explore options to improve the behaviors that
will impact their health. It may be packaged with Corbin. (Hybrid CD: 007-238942-7).
The user-friendly program allows students to understand and apply concepts rather
than spending their time making calculations. Students simply enter in the data,
and the program does the calculations. Users enter their food intake and daily
activities then select various reports and pie charts to analyze this data.
The program also helps users set weight or BMI goals. Available for IBM Windows,
Macintosh and for networks. It may be packaged with this text. (0-07-228915-5)
ONLINE LEARNING CENTER
This Web site offers resources to students and instructors. It includes downloadable
ancillaries, Web links, student quizzing, additional information on topics of
interest and much, much more. In particular there will be downloadable PowerPoint
Presentation and additional labs.
INTERACTIVE PERSONAL TRAINER CD-ROM
The Interactive Personal Trainer CD-ROM provides users with a variety of features
such as Quick Time movies, self-assessments, and activities and exercises recommended
for overall physical fitness. The pictures and movies also provide descriptions
of risky exercises followed by descriptions and movies of appropriate alternatives.