FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE
Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte
Syllabus 9995002819 - TENIS II
This program is one of the twelwe optative sports available for the Sport Science students.
The course aims to develop in students knowledge of the rules of tennis, technical regulation and learning the fundamentals of tennis techniques and tactics at an advanced level.
- Management information.
- Use of ICT.
- Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
- Working in an international context.
- Ability to plan, schedule, implement and evaluate the processes of training and competition at different levels and different ages.
- Ability to design, develop and evaluate teaching and learning processes relating to sport and physical activity in response to individual and contextual characteristics of people and assuming educational principles, technical, and curricular requirements.
- Ability to select and how to use the material and sports equipment suitable for each type of activity, identifying the technical characteristics of the various sports facilities.
- Ability to transmit attitudes and values in professional practice in all areas of physical activity and sport, participating in improving society.
- Ability to promote and evaluate habits lasting and autonomous practice of physical activity and health-oriented sports.
- Ability to design, plan, organize, implement and evaluate programs of sports and recreational activities of a continuing nature and / or eventually serving all factors that affect their development in different social and economic contexts professionals.
- Ability to analyze and apply physiological, biomechanical, psychological and social services to the different fields of physical activity, sport and recreation.
- Ability to identify inappropriate practices that pose a risk to health, in order to avoid and correct them in different types of populations.
PART I. RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Rules and Code of Conduct
2. Tennis Organizations. Tournament Structure
3. Competition Systems
PART II. TENNIS TECHNIQUE
4. Technical Foundations Intermediate Tennis
PART III. TACTICS APPLICATION TENNIS STROKES
5. Tactics for intermediate players
PART IV. TRAINING SYSTEMS
6. Court Training Systems
7. Data Registers Systems
PART V. TECHNIQUE OF BASIC STROKES VERSIONS OF TENNIS
8. The topspin forehand
9. The slice forehand
10. The topspin backhand
11. The slice backhand
12. The two-handed backhand
13. The flat serve
14. The slice serve
15. The topspin serve
16. The forehand volley and backhand volley: variants
PART VI. TECHNIQUE OF SPECIAL STROKES OF TENNIS
17. The smash: variants
18. The return
19. The passing shot
20. The drop shot
21. The lob
- Classroom presentation of the concepts and methods related to the subject using the lecture-based class (2 ECTS).
- Classroom activities related to monitoring the individual or group activities, practices and projects. Included group dynamics of project and case study methods (1,5 ECTS).
- Field work (1 ECTS).
- Advisoring (group or individual) and assess (0,5 ECTS).
- Student self-study (1 ECTS).
Continuous assessment by evaluating different theoretical objective evidence where the student must translate the understanding of the content taught by teachers in the different subjects.
Moreover, the tests also assess game control practices and teaching methodological progression of shock. Within this evaluation will be included the development of a cooperative work.
This subject is tough in Spanish.
Practical sessions of the course will take place in the tennis courts of the University Campus and will need the following sports equipment: sportswear and tennis racket.
Teaching methodology will be focus in the student, they will build their learning around the subject. Self-learning will be focus on reflection, researching and problems solutions.
Lectures and practical classes using audiovisual material.