MOTOR ACTIVITY METHODS AND TEACHING METHODS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Fundamentals of motor activities
Anatomy and physiology
Course contents summary
Theory and methodology of human movement
Posture and biomechanics
Fundamentals of motor activities in different ages: childhood, puberty, adults and elderly. Lifestyles and motor activity.
Yearplanning of a motor activity class for adults. Positive effects ofsports and motor activity. Cardio-vascular and respiratoryconditioning. Respiratory education. Prevention of injuries.
Rhythm of movement. Gym activities with music.
Swimmingfor children and adults. Preliminary training for swimming and waterpolo contests. Swimming activities for the less able people.Organization and planning of a swimming class.
Biomechanics.Musculo-skeletal levers. The biomechanics of muscle. Joint physiology.General features of human movement. Kinds of muscle contraction.
Organizationof pediatric services. Growth and development of the fetus. Growth anddevelopment of the newborn and the unweaned. Neuromotor development ofthe unweaned. Growth and development of the child. Growth parametersand evaluation methods.
General outlines of sportstraumatology. Traumatic injuries. Predisposing factors to injuries.First aid in sport traumatology. The isokinetic method.
The postural base applied to sport.
Functionalapproach to movement: ‘from action to thought’. Psychokinetics.Pedagogics of mediation. The relationship environment.
Sports equipment and training tools. Different kinds of training.
Strategic planning and organizational arrangement of football teams.
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