Technical-Tactical Observation and Analysis
Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Master Degree | Semestral | 6
Year | Type of course unit | Language
1 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
150 | 30
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1- Contextualization of the observation and technical-tactical analysis in the analysis of the sport performance in the process of training and competition. 2- The construction of an observation system: definition of the category system and the reliability test. 3- The future of technical-tactical observation and analysis. 4- Conceptual location and specific methods of evaluation and analysis by development of biomechanical models. 5- Motor patterns and variability of associated biomechanical parameters. 6- Dynamic articular stiffness as a measure of joint stability. 7- Simplified models of the biomaterial characteristics and relation with the causes of the lesions. 8- Methodology applied to laboratory development in "Case Studies".
1- Develop methodological tools suitable for application as a means of diagnosis in a situation of training or competition. 2- To know the main tools and the new market trends for the analysis of the sport performance. 3- Define and apply criteria for the elaboration of technical and tactical analysis reports, to adapt strategies of intervention in the training processes according to the objectives and information collected. 4. To base the analysis methods specific to the Biomechanics of the Human Movement of the performer that adapts to the environmental conditions. 5- Develop capabilities to work with biomechanical functions through the proper application of the same concepts applied in situations
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
The student is enabled: 1- To consolidate and conceptually base Biomecânica. 2- To know to use models (2D) for description and analysis of sports techniques. 3- Analyze and diagnose in a well-founded way the performance of players and teams. 4- Understand the design, methodology and application of specific observation, registration and analysis instruments. 5- Recognize and identify the quantitative and qualitative analysis in the sporting performance from the conceptual point of view. 6- Intervene in a planned and adequate way in the training and competition processes, based on a scientific process, in support of data recording and critical analysis of the results obtained.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
The teaching methodology is based on the presentation of programmatic contents accompanied by practical examples of problems proposed for resolution. Support for each case study is provided. The lecture will be organized in face-to-face classes of theoretical-practical (TP) and practical-laboratory. The assigned assessment is based on the scale of 0 to 20 values. At any time for each evaluation component, it must be equal to or greater than 9.5 values. Continuous evaluation: This form of evaluation requires the frequency of at least 2/3 of the contact hours of each of the components. The organization and deadlines of each of the components is defined in the first contact time of each module. The evaluation is composed of two components: a. TP work on sport performance analysis (50%); b. TP Work on Biomechanics based on the laboratory development of "Case Studies" (50%). Assessment under examination: a) The methodology in final exam is the same methodology as the continuous assessment
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