Bachelor's degree in Sport and Exercise Science (from 2008-2009)

Introduction to chinesiology and sport [Matricole pari] - PROPEDEUTICA CHINESIOLOGICA E SPORTIVA (TIROCINIO INTERNO)

Course code
4S02427
Name of lecturer
Massimo Lanza
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Academic sector
NN - -
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
1° semestre motorie dal Oct 1, 2020 al Jan 29, 2021.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

The aim of the practical internships is to enable students and students to become aware of the breadth of movement in the human experience by expanding their motor skills in a wide range of movement disciplines.

Syllabus

The course includes some internship modules to be carried out with practical activities in the facilities of the Faculty (6 CFU - indirect internal internship). The lessons will be carried out with different teaching methods: individual and group exercises, laboratories, observational and practical activities.
Arguments:
-Educational Gymnastics -Strength Training -Techniques of gymnastics on the musical base - Flexibility - Pre-acrobatics – Pre-athletics - Introduction to bibliographic research.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
De Simone G. ACSM resources for the group exercise instructor, (Edizione 2) Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2012 978-1-608-31196-5
Scotton C., Senerega D Corso di Ginnastica Artistica Libreria Cortina Torino  
Massimo Lanza Dispense e materiali dei docenti reperibili nel sito e-learning del corso  
Autori Vari Il manuale dell’istruttore di atletica leggera Centro studi Fidal  
Aavert E. Meccanica muscolare. La tecnica corretta di 73 esercizi con i sovraccarichi. (Edizione 1) Calzetti Mariucci 2010 88 8800-406-8
Armiger p., Martyn M. a. Stretching per la flessibilità funzionale Piccin 2010 9788829920716

Assessment methods and criteria

The aim of the final evaluation of the indirect internal internship is to ascertain participation in the activities and mastery of the various disciplines proposed.
The final assessment of the learning outcomes involves assessing attendance (70%) and measuring the level of mastery of the proposed exercises. Mastery must be understood as operational knowledge of the principles and rules of the different activities and ability to perform the main motor patterns according to one's motor skills.
In the exam sessions following the winter one, the assessment will be carried out with an oral interview with the same objectives and topics.





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