FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE
Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte
This subject is taught during a term along the second course
This course aims to provide students with an overview of the Artistic Gymnastics, introduce students to the history, specific regulations contained in the Code of Points, in the methodology of teaching gymnastics skills and practicing some gymnastic elements.
- Self-sufficient learning.
- Ability to design, develop and assessment of teaching-learning process related to Physical Activity and Sport. Making focus in personal and contextual standings in conjunction with the education standings, technics and curricular.
- Ability to instill attitude and principles in their all sport environment professional practice, taking part of the society improvement.
-Ability to plan, program, apply, check and assess training and competition process in their different levels and ages.
- Ability to select and know how to use the properly materials and sport equipment for each type of activity in correlation with the technical characteristics of the different sports fields.
- Ability to analyze and plan the main physiology, biomechanic, psychology and social principles related to the different fields of Physical Activity, Sports and recreation.
- Ability to identify inappropriate practices related to health risk factors in order to avoid and correct them focused in the different groups of population.
Part I. Introduction.
Item 1. FIG gymnastics modalities
Item 2. Introduction to the Code of Points.
Part II. Introduction to the technical fundamentals of basic elements in floor and vault.
Item 3. Methodology of teaching basic gymnastic elements. Teaching methodology of acrobatic basics.
Item 4. Links gymnastic and acrobatic elements elements. Media Studio specific elements of soil.
Item 5. Methodology of teaching basics of jumping, jumps without turning. Methodology of teaching basics of jumping, jumps with tumbling. Methodology of teaching basics of jumping, flipping and spinning jumps.
Item 6. Media Studio specific elements jump.
Part III. Introduction to the technical fundamentals of basic elements in appliances.
Item 7. Methodology of teaching basics on balance beam. Methodology of teaching basic elements pommel horse.
Item 8. Teaching methodology of basic elements in parallel symmetrical. Teaching methodology of basic elements in rings.
Item 9. Teaching methodology of basic elements in uneven bars. Methodology of teaching basic elements on the high bar.
Over the course will be held the following training activities:
• Word on terms that welcomes FIG gymnastics (individual activity)
• Presentation ppt on terms that welcomes FIG gymnastics (group activity)
• Video presentation practice sessions (group activity)
• Final project practical sessions
The assessment of this course will be in accordance with current regulations, both of the University, as the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
The assessment for students who have participated in theoretical and practical classes (80%), is as follows:
- Two objective tests (middle and end of term). The objective tests consist of 10 short questions about practical issues covered in class. An objective test on the Code of Points.
- Students will be presented throughout the semester, in writing, the practical sessions in class.
- The 2nd day of the objective test will be given the final work of the practice sessions.
The final grade will be 50% objective tests, 40% of training activities and 10% in class participation and attitude.
The injured students should always bring sportswear in order to engage in the session as possible.
The assessment for students who do not attend classes theoretical and practical, will be:
- Objective test (end of semester). It will consist of 10 questions about the content of the course.
- Work practices gymnastics sessions.
The final grade will, 60% of the objective test, 40% work in the practical sessions.
Active methodology by means of autonomous, cooperative and Project-based work.