Syllabus 9995002839 - FÚTBOL III

CODE
9995002839

COURSE
Football III

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course is taught quarterly basis in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Science in Sport and Physical Activity


COURSE TYPE
Elective

ECTS CREDITS
6

CONTEXT

This course aims to provide students a broad knowledge of modern football in the pursuit of athletic performance, control, monitoring and evaluation of the competition as a means of detecting the needs posed by the game, and the optimization of training from the information obtained, the training capabilities of conditional / as players / as an integrated and soccer-specific, planning, programming and periodization of training and competition, the means of obtaining support for increased performance and importance multidisciplinary teams to achieve program objectives in planning.


STUDY MODE

Attending lectures


COMPETENCES

After completing this course students will be able to:
Analyze own gaming systems and rival in terms of strategic objectives
Designing offensive and defensive tactical resources to achieve strategic objectives and to counter rival
Develop tactical reports equipment performance
Schedule training loads for a while


TOPICS

LESSON 1.  Gaming Systems
LESSON 2. The action set pieces tested
LESSON 3. The observation and control of the competition and training
LESSON 4. Planning and programming of training in football
LESSON 5. Training Periodization
LESSON 6. Goalkeeper specific training


ACTIVITIES

Theoretical Content: explanation, development and theoretical analysis included in the course syllabus.
Practical Content: development and practical application of the theoretical contents included in the program.
Performance of work and practices.
Attendance at courses, seminars and workshops that complement the contents of the course syllabus


EVALUATION

The system of assessment of students' knowledge through continuous assessment will be based on the performance of the following activities:
• Attendance and active participation in lectures, practicals, seminars, courses, workshops and other activities that are proposed.
• Papers presented and academically directed, in relation to the contents of the subject.
• Developing personal and professional skills.
• Objective tests.
Will be assessed all of the content covered in the lectures and practices as well as those coming from the notes provided by the teacher, recommended readings, and exposed the work and the content coming from those activities, courses , conferences and seminars.


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The subject language of teaching is Spanish.


METHODOLOGY

Active methodologies through cooperative learning, case analysis and problem solved learning.


LAST UPDATE
31/09/2016