FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE

Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte

 


  Syllabus 9995002801 - FÚTBOL

CODE

COURSE
Football

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The subject is framed in the first degree course and lasts quarterly.


COURSE TYPE
Optative

ECTS CREDITS
4

CONTEXT

Provide students with specific knowledge about the origin, evolution, phases of the game and the basic elements that make up football as collective game. To enable students to plan and conduct training sessions on football and training stages of initiation of the players.


STUDY MODE

In-Person Quarterly


COMPETENCES

1. Ability to design, develop and evaluate teaching and learning processes concerning football serving individual and contextual characteristics of people and assuming educational principles, technical, and CV information.

 

2. Ability to plan, schedule, implement, monitor and evaluate the processes of training and competition at different levels and different ages in football.

 

3. Ability to analyze and apply physiological, biomechanical, psychological and social football.

 

4. Ability to assess the level of physical fitness and motor skills and programming prescribing exercise aimed at teaching football.

 

5.Work team.

 

6. Autonomous Learning.


TOPICS

 PART I. MEDIA INTEGRATION TECHNICAL-TACTICAL GROUP INDIVIDUAL GAME. OFFENSIVE ACTIONS

Item 1. The individual technical and tactical media offensive

1.1. Classification and analysis

1.1. 1. Striking the ball

1.1.2. Receiving and controlling the ball

1.1.3. Driving

1.1.4. The head hit

1.1.5. The Dodge

1.1.6. La finta

1.1.7. The shot

1.1.8. Load

1.1.9. The clear

1.1.10. The coverage of the ball

1.2. Characteristics and objectives

1.3. Fundamental technical and tactical aspects

1.4. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process

 

Item 2. The pass (middle group)

2.1. Concept and objectives

2.2. Analysis

2.3. Fundamental technical and tactical aspects

2.4. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process.


 

Item 3. The average individual technical and tactical defensive

3.1. Classification and analysis

3.1.1. Anticipation

3.1.2. Interception

3.1.3. Detour

3.1.4. Clearance

3.1.5. Entrance

3.1.6. Load

3.1.7. Timing

3.1.8. Fold

3.1.9. Harassment

3.1.10. Feint

3.2. The 1x1 in defense

3.3. Defensive site

3.4. Aspects and fundamental technical and tactical foundation

3.5. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process

Item 4. Phases of learning football in the initiation stage

4.1.Aspectos involved in teaching football

4.1.1. Player Features

4.1.2. Objectives

4.1.3. Contents

4.1.3. Teaching Methods

4.2.Orientaciones for preparation and development of the class


ACTIVITIES

The training activities that will take place in the product materials are suitable convenience between teaching activities and learning. The synthetically have collected the following points further classified according to whether an intervention generate individual or group of students:

 

• Classroom presentation of concepts and procedures associated with the art using the lecture method

• Classroom activities for monitoring of individual or group activities, project work and deployment of them. Include project methodology and case study methodology, will be developed as a group

• Fieldwork

• Independent study student


EVALUATION

 

The continuous assessment will consist of three team work by students in a group, with oral presentation classroom and a test of specific knowledge. For those students who do not want ongoing evaluation will provide a test of knowledge compilation resit


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The language of instruction of the course is in Spanish. To be eligible for the continuous evaluation process the student is required to attend 85% of classes.


METHODOLOGY

The teaching methodology is based on giving the students leading role, so that he built his own learning. Promoting reflection, seeking information and problem solving gain great relevance, trying at all times to promote autonomous learning. Mainly carried out by solving problems and guided learning, and the case method.


LAST UPDATE
15 de Septiembre de 2016

CODE

COURSE
Football

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The subject is framed in the first degree course and lasts quarterly.


COURSE TYPE
Optative

ECTS CREDITS
4

CONTEXT

Provide students with specific knowledge about the origin, evolution, phases of the game and the basic elements that make up football as collective game. To enable students to plan and conduct training sessions on football and training stages of initiation of the players.


STUDY MODE

In-Person Quarterly


COMPETENCES

1. Ability to design, develop and evaluate teaching and learning processes concerning football serving individual and contextual characteristics of people and assuming educational principles, technical, and CV information.

 

2. Ability to plan, schedule, implement, monitor and evaluate the processes of training and competition at different levels and different ages in football.

 

3. Ability to analyze and apply physiological, biomechanical, psychological and social football.

 

4. Ability to assess the level of physical fitness and motor skills and programming prescribing exercise aimed at teaching football.

 

5.Work team.

 

6. Autonomous Learning.


TOPICS

PART I. EVOLUTION SOCCER AND ORGANIZATION

 

Item 1. Historical Introduction

1.1. Origins of football

1.2. Evolution

1.3. Contemporary Football

1.4. Dimension political, social and economical football

Item 2. Sporting events

2.1. Football in the World

2.2. Football in the Olympics

2.3. National and international competitions

Item 3. Sports Organization

3.1. International Organizations

3.2. Associations and Confederations

3.3. National and Regional Organizations

PART II. FOOTBALL: A GAME GROUP

Item 4. Fundamental aspects of collective game

4.1. Concept and game analysis

4.2. The phases of the game and its objectives

4.2.1. Phase offensive

4.2.2. Defensive phase

4.2.2. Transition from one phase to another

4.2.3. Strategies of cooperation-opposition

4.3. Fundamental Resources and game development

4.3.1. Individual technical and tactical media

4.3.2. Technical and tactical media collective

4.3.3. Tactical Media Team

 

 

PART III. MEDIA INTEGRATION TECHNICAL-TACTICAL GROUP INDIVIDUAL GAME. OFFENSIVE ACTIONS

Item 5. The individual technical and tactical media offensive

5.1. Classification and analysis

5.1. 1. Striking the ball

5.1.2. Receiving and controlling the ball

5.1.3. Driving

5.1.4. The head hit

5.1.5. The Dodge

5.1.6. La finta

5.1.7. The shot

5.1.8. Load

5.1.9. The clear

5.1.10. The coverage of the ball

5.2. Characteristics and objectives

5.3. Fundamental technical and tactical aspects

5.4. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process

 

Item 6. The pass (middle group)

6.1. Concept and objectives

6.2. Analysis

6.3. Fundamental technical and tactical aspects

6.4. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process.

PART IV. MEDIA INTEGRATION TECHNICAL-TACTICAL GROUP INDIVIDUAL GAME. DEFENSIVE ACTIONS

 

Item 7. The average individual technical and tactical defensive

7.1. Classification and analysis

7.1.1. Anticipation

7.1.2. Interception

7.1.3. Detour

7.1.4. Clearance

7.1.5. Entrance

7.1.6. Load

7.1.7. Timing

7.1.8. Fold

7.1.9. Harassment

7.1.10. Feint

7.2. The 1x1 in defense

7.3. Defensive site

7.4. Aspects and fundamental technical and tactical foundation

7.5. Methodological considerations in the teaching-learning process

PART V. TEACHING IN THE INITIATION SPORTS FOOTBALL

 

Item 8. Phases of learning football in the initiation stage

8.1.Aspectos involved in teaching football

8.1.1. Player Features

8.1.2. Objectives

8.1.3. Contents

8.1.3. Teaching Methods

8.2.Orientaciones for preparation and development of the class


ACTIVITIES

The training activities that will take place in the product materials are suitable convenience between teaching activities and learning. The synthetically have collected the following points further classified according to whether an intervention generate individual or group of students:

 

• Classroom presentation of concepts and procedures associated with the art using the lecture method

• Classroom activities for monitoring of individual or group activities, project work and deployment of them. Include project methodology and case study methodology, will be developed as a group

• Fieldwork

• Independent study student


EVALUATION

 

The continuous assessment will consist of three team work by students in a group, with oral presentation classroom and a test of specific knowledge. For those students who do not want ongoing evaluation will provide a test of knowledge compilation resit


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The language of instruction of the course is in Spanish. To be eligible for the continuous evaluation process the student is required to attend 85% of classes.


METHODOLOGY

The teaching methodology is based on giving the students leading role, so that he built his own learning. Promoting reflection, seeking information and problem solving gain great relevance, trying at all times to promote autonomous learning. Mainly carried out by solving problems and guided learning, and the case method.


LAST UPDATE
1 de Septiembre de 2015