Theory of Sports Training III - Skating
Part of this Programme
Physical Education and Sport
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 2
Year | Type of course unit | Language
2 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
50 | 30
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basic didactic procedures in the teaching of skating. Safety at the stage of familiarization with skating. Progressive phases and stages in the teaching and learning process of skating. Procedures to be adopted in the skating class. Types, methods and strategies of teaching for the familiarization phase, assimilation phase, transition phase, consolidation phase and interdisciplinary phase. Planning and pedagogical intervention in skating classes. Methodologies for evaluation of the technical elements of skating.
Develop mastery of the skating teaching process; To improve the practice of skating in order to master the difficulties that their learning represents; To master the process of evaluation of skating according to the characteristics of physical education programs; Develop a behavior of interest for the modality to organize and implement projects related to skating; Know the essential skills and movements of skating; Perform basic motor skills, adjusting them to the technical-tactical actions of skating; Skating with balance and safety, adjusting your actions to guide your movement with intentionality and opportunity in the accomplishment of varied courses and rhythmic sequences; Properly use the skates, in combinations of displacements and stops, with balance and safety, performing the actions of individual and group rhythmic compositions, combining with coordination and fluency several selected skills.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
It is intended that the student acquire the competence to organize, plan, execute and evaluate skating teaching programs appropriate to reality, applying critically and in an integrated way knowledge of their specialty and multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge. The contents of this curricular unit seek to enable students to perform the functions of intervention in what is generally referred to as the area of initiation. Thus, the student is expected to demonstrate the ability to operationalize the knowledge of the modality, in the theoretical and practical, in didactic units starting from different teaching / training topics. The student should develop the capacity to reflect on the theoretical and practical content of the modality in order to establish the fundamental references for the construction of a didactic technology specific to the teaching / learning process and its pedagogical progressions.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
The teaching and learning process is carried out in a pedagogical environment that promotes cooperation, respect, responsibility and meaning and quality. In order to achieve this, teaching methodologies appropriate to all syllabus contents are adopted, through theoretical-practical classes and practices, promoting the learning of knowledge related to the practice and teaching of skating. Continuous assessment consists of: Frequencies (1 frequency, 20%); Evaluation C. Practice (Assiduity / Punctuality, Engagement and Learning, Progression and Individual Technique, 40%); Planning (20%) and Pedagogical Intervention (20%); Students who have fulfilled all the parameters and obtain an average of 9.5 or more in the sum of the components of the evaluation will have a positive evaluation. The exam consists of written and practical examination. Students must have a grade of 9.5 or higher in the sum of the components. No endorsement component. may be less than 7.5 values
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