Attaining practical skills and theoretical knowledge on teaching different basketball technical and tactical elements, as well as on development of physical conditioning abilities of basketball players of different ages and quality levels.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
Completed mandatory course Basketball.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Students will acquire basic knowledge on basketball methodology that allows them to efficiently conduct basketball technical and tactical training programmes and physical conditioning preparation. Acquired knowledge enables them to critically assess different training and teaching contents and methods according to basketball players quality level and age.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
Students will be able to:
-independently elect appropriate contents for teaching basketball technique and tactics, and physical conditioning preparedness improvement.
- apply appropriate teaching methods for basketball technique and tactics, and basketball physical conditioning drills.
- analyze and evaluate teaching technique exercises, learning and training methods, and also didactical principles in the process of acquisition of basketball technique, tactics and physical conditioning.
- define adequate training contents for basketball players of different quality levels and ages.
- define adequate training means for basketball players of different quality levels and ages.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures, theoretical practical lectures and exercises
1.Basketball technique methodology(15L)
2.Teaching methodology principles of basketball basic and offense stance with a ball (1TPL+2E)
3.Teaching methodology principles of pivoting (1TPL+2E)
4.Teaching methodology principles of bouncing/stationary dribbling (1TPL+2E)
5.Teaching methodology principles straightline dribbling (1TPL+2E)
6.Teaching methodology principles of short shooting and picking a dribble (1TPL+2E)
7.Teaching methodology principles of stationary passing and catching a ball (1TPL+2E)
8.Teaching methodology principles of passing and catching a ball in movement (1TPL+2E)
9.Teaching methodology principles of defense stances and stance movements (1TPL+2E)
10.Teaching methodology principles of changing direction and speed of movement with and without the ball (1TPL+2E)
11.Teaching methodology principles of stopping after catching passed ball and after the dribbling (1TPL+2E)
12.Teaching methodology principles of jump shot (1TPL+2E)
13.Teaching methodology principles of-hand chest shot in place (1ZPL+2E)
14.Teaching methodology principles of screening techniques (1ZPL+2E)
15.Teaching methodology principles of jump in defense and offense (1ZPL+2E)
16.Teaching methodology principles of blocking and actions against blocking/deblocking (1ZPL+2E)
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