Class Rugby

  • Presentation


    CU Rugby falls under the 1st cycle in Physical Education and Sport, scientific area Physical Education and Sport.
    It aims to provide basic and updated knowledge regarding the main questions of Rugby.
    It is intended that students who attend this CU acquire fundamental skills to guide the teaching of Basketball from pre-sports games to the formal game, adapting their knowledge to different levels of practical action.
    The understanding of teaching methodological progressions as well as the technical quality of students is crucial for the success and mastery of the teaching / learning process of Rugby.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    CP1 - History of the sport; Laws of the game; Terminology and symbology.

    CP2 - Fundamental individual and collective technique (Offensive and Defensive).

    Evasion game; Spontaneous formations (Ruck e Maul); Ordered formations (Alignment and Scrum); Kicking.

    CP3 - Fundamental individual and collective tactic (Offensive and Defensive).

    CP4 - Pre-sports games; Reduced and adapted games (Tag Rugby).

    CP5 - Formal game (7x7).

    CP6 - Methodology for teaching rugby  (Exercise Management; Communication and Group Management)

  • Objectives


    It is intended that students acquire knowledge and skills that allow planning, guide, evaluate and control the teaching-learning process of Rugby.
    Defining the learning objectives (OA), it is intended that students who attend the present UC:
    OA1) develop specific knowledge and skills related to the teaching and training of the Rugby;
    OA2) know and apply the main individual and collective, offensive and defensive techniques of modality;
    OA3) know and apply the principles of the game;
    OA4) develop knowledge regarding the methodology for teaching and training dominant tactics and techniques introduced;
    OA5) acquire the necessary skills for teaching and training Rugby in school context, namely in terms of setting objectives, contents, methods, statements, use of keywords, feedbacks, significant situations, characterization of the game level.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Different teaching methodologies (ME) will be used: Demonstration, experimentation and practical exercise (ME1) Pedagogical practices in a simulated situation of planning, organization and intervention within the scope of teaching/learning (ME2) Resolution of practical cases (ME3), Visioning and discussion documentaries/videos (ME4), Small group activities (ME5), Feedback information provided by the teacher about the work carried out (ME6).

  • References


    Caderno de Exercícios de Rugby (2012), Associação de Rugby do Norte/Federação Portuguesa de Rugby

    Luís Vaz e Tomaz Morais (2023), Rugby - Análise do jogo, 1 ed, Sportbook.

    Rugby Ready book, World Rugby, 2014 edition;

    Tag Rugby na Escola. Dossier do Professor (2011), Federação Portuguesa de Rugby;

    The Laws of the Game of Rugby Union (2014) , International rugby Board (I.R.B.) (2014), Edição traduzida pela Federação Portuguesa de Rugby

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