Master's degree in Sport Science and Physical Performance

Technique and advanced teaching of swimming

Course code
4S007451
Name of lecturer
Andrea Campara
Coordinator
Andrea Campara
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3
Academic sector
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
2° semestre motorie dal Mar 1, 2021 al May 31, 2021.

Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

The course towards the means direct students to high abilities in the swimming didactic world by four olimpic strokes awarness and others water sports (syncro, waterpolo, rescue); first target: they must be able to understand the priorities of a didactic program and its management.
The students, stimulated by the discovery of movement in water so with multi-disciplinary cross motor experiences swimming sports most significant, can consolidate their knowledge and know-how, moving in the selection and conduct of individual activities in water sports such as swimming, rescue swimming, going to the basic fundamentals of synchronized swimming, water polo and diving. Knowledge of the characteristics of each discipline will be useful in teaching specific and appropriately transferred to an ""aquatic"" learning: the wealth of information and in-depth motion polyform proprietorship in water becomes therefore a strength among the learning objectives of this curriculum. I intend to have a series of teaching units for an integrated approach, methodological point of view, the movement in water: the acclimatization at four Olympic swims, with attention to rescue and sports fundamentals of synchronized swimming. The research of horizontal balance (by swimmers with the goal to go ""faster"") you can combine in any meaningful way with the study and research of efficiency of water transfers in a condition most of the previous vertical (typical of rescue, water polo and synchronized) Furthermore enriched by being ""in situation"", influenced by changing variables related to time and its interpretation. The curriculum is aimed at exploring the treaty context, the improvement of the ability of interpretation and execution staff and finally to identify effective teaching methodology for learning performance models. The course aims to develop in students the following skills:
-knowing how to drive a beginner to exploration, discovery and orientation in the water;
-knowing how to locate the main water transfer models;
-knowing how to understand and interpret blueprints of individual performance more significant;
-knowing how to teach performance patterns proposed;
-ability to use so educationally effective proposed items (different cross-examined individual sports), being able to enjoy teaching, each of the peculiarities of each.The course towards the means direct students to high abilities in the swimming didactic world by four olimpic strokes awarness and others water sports (syncro, waterpolo, rescue); first target: they must be able to understand the priorities of a didactic program and its management.
The students, stimulated by the discovery of movement in water so with multi-disciplinary cross motor experiences swimming sports most significant, can consolidate their knowledge and know-how, moving in the selection and conduct of individual activities in water sports such as swimming, rescue swimming, going to the basic fundamentals of synchronized swimming, water polo and diving. Knowledge of the characteristics of each discipline will be useful in teaching specific and appropriately transferred to an ""aquatic"" learning: the wealth of information and in-depth motion polyform proprietorship in water becomes therefore a strength among the learning objectives of this curriculum. I intend to have a series of teaching units for an integrated approach, methodological point of view, the movement in water: the acclimatization at four Olympic swims, with attention to rescue and sports fundamentals of synchronized swimming. The research of horizontal balance (by swimmers with the goal to go ""faster"") you can combine in any meaningful way with the study and research of efficiency of water transfers in a condition most of the previous vertical (typical of rescue, water polo and synchronized) Furthermore enriched by being ""in situation"", influenced by changing variables related to time and its interpretation. The curriculum is aimed at exploring the treaty context, the improvement of the ability of interpretation and execution staff and finally to identify effective teaching methodology for learning performance models. The course aims to develop in students the following skills:
-knowing how to drive a beginner to exploration, discovery and orientation in the water;
-knowing how to locate the main water transfer models;
-knowing how to understand and interpret blueprints of individual performance more significant;
-knowing how to teach performance patterns proposed;
-ability to use so educationally effective proposed items (different cross-examined individual sports), being able to enjoy teaching, each of the peculiarities of each.





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