Class Ginástica I

  • Presentation


    The CU Gymnastics I fits into the student's training path in the 1st cycle in Physical Education and Sport, a scientific area of Physical Education and Sport. Provides essential basic skills that are transversal to professional performance, having as areas of activity and intervention domains, knowledge, description, interpretation, application and correct execution, with a focus on: less complex gymnastic elements; regulatory framework; educational philosophy  and fundamentals of gymnastics; training session/Gymnastics class structure for school-aged children and young people; warm-up, specific preparation, methodological progressions for teaching and training physical skills; music and choreography; forms of teacher intervention and ability to recognize and correct technical errors, safety in practice.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    PC1-Bases and Fundamentals of Gymnastics: Origins of gymnastics, regulation and judgment;

    Basic Gymnastics Concepts;

    Understanding Posture, Attitude, Body Segmentation;

    Definition of fundamental positions, fundamental directions;

    Gymnastic Movement Patterns;

    Basic Body Movements and Determining Motor Actions;

    Groups of Technical Elements, Acrobatic Skills;

    Jumps; Pivots; Balances; Displacements; Waves; Balances, Circumventions and Oscillations.

    The Game as a method of intervention in gymnastics activity.

    Choreography and music and movement

    PC2 - Execution of basic gymnastic skills, without typical errors, including basic balances, rotations, gymnastic jumps, group technical elements, exercises to adapt to gymnastic equipment, fixed, mobile and portable;

    PC3 - Organizational structure of a training session/class, Safety and risk reduction in intervention, Forms of help.

  • Objectives


    AO1. Understand gymnastics activity as a whole, including the origins of gymnastics, regulation, judgment, basic concepts, gymnastics equipment and specific nomenclature in competitive and non-competitive areas;

    AO2.Acquire and apply knowledge regarding methodological progressions, including knowledge about gymnastics motor patterns, general and specific physical preparation, music and choreography, inherent to the practice of gymnastics in its various variants;

    AO3. Design and implement a training session/gymnastics class structure for school-age children and young people, using different levels of planning;

    AO4. Experience basic gymnastic skills practices, without typical errors, including basic balances, rotations, gymnastic jumps, group technical elements, exercises to adapt to gymnastic equipment, fixed, mobile and portable;

    AO5.Acquire basic notions of safety in practice and correct use of teacher intervention forms.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Different methodologies of teaching (ME) will be used: demonstration, experimentation and practical exercising (ME1) Pedagogical practices in simulated planning situations, organizing and intervening in teaching/learning (ME2) Resolution of practical cases (ME3), Watching and discussing documentaries/videos (ME4), Small group activities (ME5), Feedback information provided by the lecturer about developed work (ME6).

  • References


    Araújo, C., Moreira, J. (2005). Manual Técnico e Pedagógico de Trampolins. Porto Editora

    Araújo, C., Lebre, E. (2006). Manual de Ginástica Rítmica. Porto Editora.

    Galhardo, J., Azevedo, L.(2007). Fundamentos básicos da ginástica Acrobática Competitiva. Autores Associados.

    Araújo, C.(2004). Manual de Ajudas em Ginástica. Porto Editora

    Russell, Keith. (2010) Basicgym. Fundamentos da ginástica e literacia motora. 1ª Edição, Federação de Ginástica de Portugal

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