FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE
Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte
Provide the student with the knowledge of the technical execution, as well as the structures applied to the levels of intermediate play, in order to enable him / her to be able to perform the analysis of the individual and collective solutions raised during the game action at levels of Intermediate play: between High Performance and Initiation; In the same way as getting him to know the means necessary for the development of a training program
This program corresponds to the second level of sports to which they can opt in the degree in CAFYD
Capacity for analysis and synthesis
Ability to organize and plan
Working in an international context
Ability to plan, schedule, apply, monitor and evaluate training and competition processes at different levels and ages
Ability to select and know how to use the material and the appropriate sports equipment for each type of activity, identifying the technical characteristics of the different sports spaces
Ability to convey attitudes and values in professional practice in all areas of physical activity and sport, participating in the improvement of society (2 *).
Ability to design, plan, organize, execute and evaluate programs of sport and recreational activities of a continuous and / or eventual nature, taking into account all those factors that condition their development in the different professional, social and economic contexts
Ability to participate in the management and / or efficient management of entities, both public and private, that develop services of physical activity in any of its spectra (recreation, health, sports, etc.), identifying, defining and systematizing the processes Necessary for the achievement of its objectives
Ability to intervene with their own criteria in society manifesting a theoretical, academic and professional discourse related to the physical activity and sports sciences.
Topic 0.- The regulation.
1.1.- The regulation and its modifications.
1.2.- The arbitration.
1.2.1. New rules applied.
1.2.2. Trends in arbitration.
1.3.- The minutes and the rotation sheet.
1.4.- Possible influences of changes of regulation in the evolution of the game.
Topic 1.- Analysis of Volleyball. The logic of the game through smaller structures.
1.0.- The strategic architecture of the game
1.1.- The basic strategic means applied to strategic complexes.
1.2.- The structures of game applied to the complex sequences.
1.2.1.- From the sequence K0-KI
1.2.2.- From the sequence KI-KII
1.2.3.- From the sequence KI-KIII
1.2.4.- From the sequence KI-KIV
1.3.- The execution models of the first sequence.
1.3.1.- Passes: Reception and placement.
1.3.2.- Finishing: The attack, auction and resources.
1.3.3.- Continuity: The supports.
1.3.4.- Mediation: The floating service.
1.4.- The execution models of the second sequence.
1.4.1.- Completion: Blockade in invasion.
1.4.2.- Continuity: The block in height. The defense of 2nd Line.
1.5.- Application of basic strategic means.
1.5.1.- The structures of game.
1.5.2.- Changes of position and penetrations.
Topic 2.- Phases of Perception Decision and
Execution: The logic of the player in the application of the advanced models.
2.1.- During the Draw.
2.1.1.- The floating loot.
2.1.2.- The service in jump.
220.127.116.11 ..- Parabolic Controlled.
18.104.22.168.- Powerful Parabolic.
2.2.- During the Reception.
2.2.1.- Other gripping models.
2.2.2.- The importance of displacements.
2.2.3.- The problem of perception and precision.
2.3.- During the Placement.
2.3.1. Accuracy: direction, position.
2.3.2. Distribution: variation (speed height zones).
2.4.- During the Remate.
2.4.1. The external striking.
2.4.2. The internal striking.
2.4.3. The punching.
2.4.4. The different approach races.
2.5.- During the Blocking.
2.5.1. The position and the place of waiting.
2.5.2. From the inside towards the band, from the band towards the center.
2.5.3. The functions of the blockers: The center blocker, the wing blocker.
2.6.- During the Defense.
2.6.1. Starting position: Front / back: Stand and advance the weight. Lateral displacement.
2.6.2. The movement of the arms to cut the path. 2.6.3. Forward: Low defense, high defense.
22.214.171.124. The defense of the balls to the body.
126.96.36.199. Defense in the range of action.
2.7. A 2.8- Improvement and training of the KI and KII models.
2.9.- The structures the swaps and penetrations applied to the lower clashes and the 6 vs 6 own phase initiation II.
Topic 3: The Strategic Planning of the
game: The logic of the coach.
3.1.- The strategic means applied to 6vs6, the system 6-2:
3.1.1.The application of the K.I.
3.1.2. The application of the penetration in K.I, and K.II.
3.2.- The Composition of the Strategic Complex I. in the system 6-2.
3.2.1. The specialization.
3.2.2. The hidden player in reception to play the first time.
3.2.3. The U-shaped receiving system and rotational structures.
3.3.- Composition of the Strategic Complex II. in the system 6-2.
3.3.1. The rigidity and symmetry of a system of specialists.
188.8.131.52. Reminder of 3.1.2.
184.108.40.206. Variations of 3.2.1.
220.127.116.11. The functional device and responsibility.
3.3.2. The principles of intelligent system development.
18.104.22.168. Communication between lines.
22.214.171.124. The reading of the ball.
126.96.36.199. The ability of the attacker.
3.3.3. Basic variations on the use of the libero in 6-2.
3.4.- Introduction to the system 5-1.
3.5.- Training of KI and KII.
Topic 4.- From Teaching to Training
4.1.1.- The parts of the session.
4.1.2.- Session types.
4.1.3.- Other characteristics.
4.2.- The exercises.
4.2.1 - Exercise construction chart.
4.2.2.- Types of exercises.
4.3.- The importance of non-free play as a training system.
4.4.- Competitive games, and cooperative games.
4.5.- Evolution of the game systems by categories and modalities.
4.6.- The teaching work of the trainer.
Topic 5: Volleyball and Related games or Derivatives as usable means.
5.1.- The modalities of beach volleyball. Other surfaces.
5.2.- The Voley in other spaces: (Acua-Voley; Voley-Wall, Voley-Paddel).
Choose minimum 2 of the following possible
.- Assistance to the Beach Volleyball Monographic in Laredo.
.- Execution of the course of arbitrators.
.- Participation as a player and / or coach in teams, (university and others, HEI, Schools).
.- Collaboration with federations or completion and attendance to courses.
.- Assistance to international parties with reporting.
.- Participation in research programs.
.- Attendance to Congresses, Conferences, Conferences.
The following practices will be compulsory for class
1st thematic block:
A) Perform a class warm-up.
B) Analysis, visualization and execution of an arbitration
2nd thematic block:
A) Perform an analysis of the errors of two technical gestures to choose from a player during:
1. The placement.
2. The reception
3. The service
4. The auction
3 rd themed block:
A) Analysis of the KI of a cadet-juvenile equipment.
B) Analysis of the KII of a junior cadet team.
It consists of three parts (A, B and C):
A) Assessment of attitude and presence:
1.- Attendance to theoretical and practical classes is worth 20% of the grade.
2.- For each fault will be subtracted 0.25.
3.- The attitude during the classes can be considered a lack of attendance.
4.- Injuries and overlaps (see section lesions / overlaps) in specific regulations.
(These scores can be recovered by attending the Specialization Sports practices of 4º or performing alternative practices).
B.- Knowledge of Academic Content:
Two test subjects. Each of the tests is worth 20% (total 40%)
(This score can be retrieved in the July test)
C.- Competences and Training Activities:
During the development of each thematic block, a series of practices, at least 2, delivered on time, must be presented / carried out. (10% each)
Carry out two of the alternative practices (10% each)
Another Assessment: The Global Assessment.
1.- Well by will or by accumulation of faults (tcas-ptcas), including overlapping; Or with repeated absences of attitude; Must take a theoretical-practical test compiled at the end of the course.
2.- The final note will be given by the average of the value of the note of the theoretical test and the note of the practical test.
- Injured: They must attend changed and participate actively in the classes. They should pass the journal of the practical session to the rest of the class (practice journal). Those injured whose injury is delayed in a period of more than or equal to a quarter must pass the final practical test whose content will be on the thematic block in which the absences occurred. In case of not complying with these requirements is subtracted 0.1 per day injured.
- The underlings must communicate that days are those who will attend in a fixed manner, their inability to attend all classes, forces them to perform the recovery with other groups or alternative practices, or failing that they will subtract 0.1 per overlap.
We use an active methodology through autonomous, cooperative and project-based work