Qualify students for implementing mini basketball programmes in preschool and early elementary school children, as well as in elementary school PE curriculum (3rd and 4th grade) and extracurricular activities.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
Finished mandatory course Basketball.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Students are qualified for implementing mini basketball programmes in preschool and early elementary school children, as well as in elementary school PE curriculum (3rd and 4th grade) and extracurricular activities.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
-Creating mini basketball programme for preschool children,
-Creating mini basketball programme for early elementary school children,
-Executing and controlling mini basketball programmes,
-Executing adapted and modified competitions within mini basketball programmes.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures, theoretical-practical lectures and exercises
1.Origin and development of mini basketball (2L)
2.Basic principles in mini basketball children training (preschool and early elementary school age) (2L)
3.Rules and their application in mini basketball programme (2L+2TPL)
4.Diversity in teaching methodology according to chronological age - preschool age (2TPL)
5.Diversity in teaching methodology according to chronological age - school age (2TPL)
6.Application of adapted games in mini basketball programmes (2TPL)
7.Utilization of teaching and training aids in mini basketball programmes (2TPL)
8.Planning and programming according to age and working conditions (2TPL)
9.Basic (and adapted) basketball technique in mini basketball programmes:
- bouncing the ball and straight line dribbling (2E)
- catching/receiving and passing the ball standing in place/spot and moving (2E)
- shooting techniques (2E)
- change of direction and speed of movement (2E)
10.Introduction to the basics of individual and team tactics in mini basketball (2E)
11.Application of adapted games in mini basketball programmes (2E)
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