Theory of Sports Training II - Swimming
Part of this Programme
Physical Education and Sport
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 4
Year | Type of course unit | Language
2 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
100 | 45
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. The history of swimming 2. Behavior of the body in water 2.1. Physical properties of water and its applicability to swimming. 2.2. Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic. 2.3. Types of resistance to displacement body in water. 3. Analysis of swimming techniques. 4. Introduction to Pedagogy / Swimming Teaching 4.1. Progressions of teaching through exercises and by definition of objectives 4.2. Adaptation to the aquatic environment, learning and improvement of swimming techniques. 4.3. Performance of swimming techniques. 5. Presentation and characterization of the Aquatic Pole and Artistic Swimming disciplines.
This course unit aims to provide students with theoretical / practical knowledge in the area of teaching / learning of Swimming. We begin with the behavioral differences of man on land and water, passing through the hydrodynamic properties as justification for the need for a process of adaptation to the aquatic environment (AMA). This will be constituted by phases and stages of learning, where the objectives of the progression of exercises will be differentiated. There follows the teaching of Pure Swimming techniques. The Mini-Water Polo and Artistic Swimming will be discussed. At the conclusion of the course the student must have acquired the following competences: The student will understand the critical aspects of teaching Swimming; It will be able to develop activities in the practical scope of swimming techniques of Pure Swimming; of the Mini-Water Polo; and the initiation to the technical specificities of Artistic Swimming.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
This course unit aims to provide students with theoretical / practical knowledge in the area of teaching / learning of Swimming. We begin the discipline with the behavioral differences of Man on earth and water, passing through the hydrodynamic properties as justification for the need of a process of adaptation to the aquatic environment (AMA). This AMA will be constituted by phases and stages of learning, where will differentiate goals from exercise progressions. Following is the teaching / learning of Pure Swimming techniques, starts and turns. Basic knowledge of Mini Polo and initiation to Artistic Swimming. At the conclusion of the curricular unit, the student will be able to develop activities in the practical scope of swimming techniques of Pure Swimming; of the Mini-PA; and the initiation to the technical specificities of Artistic Swimming.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
A) Continuous Av: Theoretical and practical classes. theoretical: 2 endorsement sheets. (note of each> 7.5 and the mean of 2> 9.5), weighting 25% final grade; 2) individual work of application of observation sheets / practical correction of errors, weighting 15% final note; 3) Guarantee. practice: Technical index in 25m of each technique of swimming (note + in all techniques), weighting 60% final note. Presence to classes> 75%. B) Exam: Written oral and practical exam of 200m And with departure and turns Regulated swim, obligatory> 7.5 written exam to go to the oral, being in this obligatory note> 9.5 and in average with the written exam also. Note according to technical index and time: 20-F <2.30-M <2.14; 19-F2.31-2.40-M2.15-2.25; 18-F2.41-2.50-M2.26-2.35; 17-F2. 51-3.00-M2.36-2.45; 16-F3.01-3.10-M2.46-2.55; 15-F3.11-3.20-M2.56-3.05; 14-F3.21-3.30-M3.06- 3.15; 13-F3.31-3.40-M3.16-3.25; 12-F3.41-4.00-M3.26-3.45; 11-F4.01-4.20-M3.46-4.05; norms in swimwear. Final score: average 3 rating> 9.5
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