FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE

Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte

 


  Syllabus 9995002814 - BALONCESTO II

CODE
9995002814

COURSE
BASKETBALL I

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The basic goal of this course seeks to develop students in a generic, skills and expertise of a teacher / basketball coach in the levels of initiation, in any application context (college, young players,…). Students should be able to develop a critical view of training and be able to teach specifics training programs in basketball.


COURSE TYPE

ECTS CREDITS
4

CONTEXT

CREDITS AWARDED, EVALUATION AND GRADING SYSTEM

Semester courses at UEM award 4 ECTS credits and the grading scale is usually from 0 to 10.

The grading system and assessment process is always fully explained and published by the course lecturer at the beginning of each course and every course establishes a system that enable students to be graded on their continuous evolution and development.

Areas that are part of the final grade for each course are:

- Class participation and attendance level.

- Individual and team projects, activities and exercises grades.

- Personnel skills development and acquisition.

The Universidad Europea of Madrid, according to its international mission and vision, is willing to work on possible adaptations or specific explanations of its grading processes and policies due to specific requirements of International Universities and Education Systems in order to fulfill international students and institutions needs and expectations.


STUDY MODE

These objectives align course content and tasks with the university’s educational outcomes and student competencies, such as:

1. Generals Skills:

– Ability to integrate knowledge.

– Team work.

– Ability to socialize.

– Self-confidence.

– Self-efficacy.

– Responsibility.

– Can identify, define, make decisions and solve problems.

– Can locate and critically evaluate information.

– Can communicate effectively.

– Be responsible and reliable in their professional development.

– Have acquired an ethical and sustainable view and spirit to be applied across disciplines.


COMPETENCES

1. Specifics Skills:

– Understand and implement the basic tactics and skills used in the introduction to basketball.

– Interpretation of graphs and technical texts basketball.

– Evaluation of teaching-learning process.

– Use of basketball in the educational framework of the sports initiation.

– Setting learning environments.

– Design of learning processes.

– Design and implementation of assessment tools.

– Designing an action research.

– Use of strategies encouraging coeducation.

– Application of ethical principles and educational.

– Use of strategies to address diversity.


TOPICS

COURSE MODULES/LESSONS

PART I - INTRODUCTION TO BASKETBALL


Unit 1. - Familiarity with basketball practice

1.1 .- Practical experiences in situations of 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 and 5x5



PART II - INDIVIDUAL TECHNICAL-TACTICAL OFFENSE

Unit 2. - Management ball

2.1. - Attitudes

2.2. - Exercises


Unit 3. - Positions and basic movements

3.1. - Fundamental position of attack without the ball

3.2. - Pivots.

3.3. - Change of direction without the ball.

3.4. - Grab the ball.

3.5. - Triple threat position.

3.6. - Start with and without the ball.

3.7. - With and without the ball stops.

3.8. - Exercises


Unit 4. - Passes and receptions

4.1. - General characteristics.

4.2. - Types of passes.

4.3. - Static passes and receptions.

4.4. - Passing and moving receptions.

4.5. - Five lines pass.

4.6. - Other passes: passes creative.

4.7. - Exercises


Unit 5. - Dribbling

5.1. - General Characteristics

5.2. - Starts: direct and cross

5.3. – Speed bounds

5.4. – Protection bound

5.5. - Changing direction.


Unit 6.-Throws

6.1. - General

6.2. –Throw mechanical

6.3. - Suspended throw

6.4. - Free throw

6.5. – Throw past and lifting

6.6. - Lay up: two steps, with loss of step and stumble

6.7. - Exercises


Unit 7.-Fakes

7.1. - General

7.2. - Types of fake balloon: shooting, passing, departure, boat changed hands, penetration, ...

7.3. - Types of fake without the ball: reception

7.4. - Exercises


Unit 8.-Moves around the basket

8.1. - Movements in the low post

8.2. - Movements in high post

8.3. - Offensive rebound

8.4. - Exercises


PART III. - INDIVIDUAL TACTICAL - TECHNICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF DEFENSE



Unit 9.-Defense dribbler

9.1. - General

9.2. - Basic defensive position

9.3. - Defensive movement

9.4. - Defense dribbler off the basket

9.5. - Defense dribbler at one side

9.6. - Defense dribbler in the area

9.7. - Exercises


Unit 10.-Defense player without the ball

10.1. - General

10.2. - Concepts strong side and weak side

10.3. - Defense player in first pass line

10.4. - Defense player in second pass line

10.5. - Defense player in third pass line

10.6. - Defense of low-post player

10.7. - Cut defense spending more

10.8. - Defense shuffle

10.9. - Close defensive rebound

10.10. - Exercises



PART IV. - TECHNICAL-TACTICAL OFFENSE GROUP



Unit 11 - Introduction to team game

11.1. - General

11.2. - Game with ball / game without ball

11.3. - 2x2 non-blocking

11.4. - Direct Block

11.5. - 3x3 non-blocking

11.6. - Indirect block

11.7. - 3x3 with direct and indirect blocks

11.8. - 4x4 non-blocking, distribution in the court

11.9. - 4x4 blocks

11.10. - Exercises


Unit 12 - Superiority

12.1. - General (streets, first pass, trailers ...)

12.2. - 2x1

12.3. - 3x2

12.4. - 4x3

12.5. - Exercises


PART V - TECHNICAL-TACTICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF DEFENSE GROUP



Unit 13 - Protection of situations

13.1. - General

13.2. - Movements of “Jump and back”

13.3. - Defensive rotations

13.4. - Defense direct block

13.5. – Defense indirect block

13.6. - Exercises


Unit 14. - Inferiorities

14.1. - General

14.2. - Defense 1x2

14.3. - Defense 2x3

14.4. - Defense 3x4

14.5. - Exercises



PART VI. - GENERAL THEORETICAL ASPECTS


Item 15 - History

15.1. - Source of basketball

15.2. - Basketball in the world

15.3. - Basketball in Spain


Unit 16. - Rules

16.1. - Basic rules of basketball

16.2. - Basic rules of mini-basketball


Unit 17. - Teaching Basketball

17.1. - Phases and periods of instruction of basketball in the early years of the player.

17.2. -Basic principles to consider in the introduction to basketball, both in training and in competition.


ACTIVITIES

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Basketball I is within Science Degree Program of Physical Activity and Sport, so the only requirement is the physical health by the student for the course.

There are no pre-requisites –previous courses- to take this course.

The main assignments that will contribute to the student final grades are:

a) Visiting a young team two days to analyze the practice performed by coach to the players and the subsequent game. Details of the meeting and transfer to the match. 15% final grade.

b) Team work based on the number of pupils will be two training sessions according to the targets set in class (technique, tactics, and strategy). The groups will conduct theoretical and practical arguments about the workout. To determine delivery date depending on the session. 15% final grade.

c) Basketball teaching units raised to 2 º ESO (14 years old) with the following structure: Contextualizing the study units (number of students, equipment, trails, facilities... number of sessions, location of the study unit this season and why). Progression sessions, two classes type description, point by point. Assessment of students. 15% final grade.

d) Read a book. Summary and conclusions. 15% final grade.

e) Additional work . Each student will have to determine with the teacher what kind of job you would like to do. 10% final grade.


EVALUATION

SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

METHODOLOGY

REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED MATERIALS AND THE LOCATION OF THE MATERIALS

The Basketball I structure course will be supported by the UEM virtual campus where students and teacher will be able to communicate and share the different kind of resources needed to achieve the learning objectives of the course. Teacher will also recommend books and sources that can be found at the UEM library service, as:

Books:

Bayer, C. (1992). Enseñanza de los juegos deportivos colectivos, Hispano Europea.

Beard, B. (1991). El jugador completo de baloncesto. Hispano Europea.

Blázquez, D. (1986). Iniciación a los deportes de equipo, Martínez Roca.

Garchow, K. & Dickinson, A. (1992). Youth basketball, Cooper Publishing Group. Fundamentals of coaching basketbal l, Wm C. Brawn Company Publishers.

Giménez, F.J. y Saénz, P. (2004). Aspectos teóricos y prácticos de la iniciación al baloncesto. Sevilla. Wanceulen.

Jiménez, S. y Lorenzo, A. (2009). Formación de entrenadores de baloncesto. Aplicaciones didácticas. Sevilla. Wanceulen.

Junoy, J. (1996). Baloncesto: actividad física y deportiva extraescolar en los centros educativos, MEC.

Krause, B. et al. (1994). Coaching baske tball, Master Press. Basketball coach´s survival guide. Parker Publishing Company.

Manzano, A. (2005). Baloncesto. Cómo formar al jugador completo. Esencias del baloncesto de ataque. Madrid. Gymnos.

WISSEL, H. (1995). Aprender y progresar . Paidotribo.

Publications and related websites:

Virtual Campus: http://campusvirtual.uem.es/moodle

Coaches development: http://www.coachesclipboard.net/

Coaches development: http://www.cybersportsusa.com/hooptactics/HoopTactics.asp

ACB league: http://www.acb.com/

Federación Española de Baloncesto: http://www.feb.es/

FIBA: http://www.fiba.com/

FIBA Europe: http://www.fibaeurope.com/

NBA league: http://www.nba.com/

WNBA league: http://www.wnba.com/

EUROLEAGUE: http://www.euroleague.net/

NCAA: http://www.ncaachampionships.com/

News and interviews: http://hoopshype.com/

http://www.eurobasket.com/

Case studies, exercises and related documents.


LAST UPDATE
20th SEPTEMBER

CODE
9995002814

COURSE
BALONCESTO II

COURSE DESCRIPTION

OBJETIVOS GENERALES DE LA ASIGNATURA:

ü Reconocer las características de los puestos específicos de los jugadores, y aplicar el conocimiento de los medios técnico-tácticos para diseñar situaciones de enseñanza específicas del puesto desempeñado por el jugador.

ü Estudiar y comprender los medios colectivos básicos.

ü Analizar las distintas fases del juego en baloncesto.

ü Conocer las distintas formas de organizar el contraataque, así como diseñar su progresión de enseñanza.

ü Descubrir los medios colectivos complejos, ofensivos y defensivos.

ü Comprender y utilizar los principios utilizados en el diseño de sistemas de ataque utilizados contra defensas individuales y defensas zonales.

ü Identificar los distintos conceptos individuales y colectivos implicados en la construcción de los sistemas defensivos individuales.

ü Conocer las directrices generales de la dirección de equipos en formación.

ü Comentar las características y objetivos de la preparación física en el baloncesto.

ü Profundizar en el conocimiento del reglamento de juego.

ü Observar los medios técnico-tácticos utilizados en baloncesto, tanto ofensivos como defensivos, individuales y colectivos.


COURSE TYPE

ECTS CREDITS
6

CONTEXT

El objetivo general del presente programa consideramos que debe ser el convertirse en la asignatura que sirva de nexo entre la asignatura de fundamentos de los deportes y los conocimientos que se impartan en las asignaturas de Alto Rendimiento de Baloncesto. Por tanto, debe suponer una mayor profundización en los conocimientos específicos de esta disciplina deportiva. Los contenidos propios de la asignatura nos obligan a situar el contexto de actuación en un periodo de formación diferente del jugador, al mismo tiempo que tendrá una orientación hacia un ámbito más competitivo; sin perder de vista nunca el aspecto metodológico y la perspectiva de enseñanza del baloncesto.

Esta decisión viene justificada por el propio descriptor de la asignatura (plan de estudios), que señala como contenidos de la asignatura los siguientes: Enseñanza del deporte en su etapa de perfeccionamiento. Fundamentos técnicos, tácticos, estratégicos y reglamentarios. Deporte de competición. Aplicaciones prácticas.

La asignatura plantea un conocimiento general de las distintas fases del juego del baloncesto, al mismo tiempo que aún debe insistir en la formación técnico-táctica del jugador, pero en este caso, diferenciando ya los distintos puestos específicos, lo que nos lleva a situarnos en un momento de formación diferente del jugador al que se refería el programa anterior. De esta forma, los contenidos no serán de aplicación en el ámbito de minibasket o de iniciación, sino en el ámbito de la especialización deportiva.

El objetivo general del programa debe ser dotar al alumno de las herramientas e instrumentos necesarios para que éste pueda iniciar el proceso de especialización al baloncesto, con jugadores de categorías infantil, cadete y junior.


STUDY MODE

COMPETENCES

TOPICS

ACTIVITIES

EVALUATION

SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

METHODOLOGY

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