Course title in Estonian
Sportlik meisterlikkus II
Course title in English
Improvement of Physical Fitness II
lecturer of 2022/2023 Spring semester
Kersti Sirel (language of instruction:Estonian)
Raini Stamm (language of instruction:Estonian)
lecturer of 2023/2024 Autumn semester
Not opened for teaching. Click the study programme link below to see the nominal division schedule.
To give theoretical knowledge and practical skills in selected sports, and to develope individual physical skills. To give an overview about competition regulation of chosen sports.
Brief description of the course
Basketball - Technical elements of defensive and offensive game and individual game tactics. Competition rules will be studied in the course of practicing.
Volleyball - Analysing volleyball technics, choosing the exercises, correcting the mistakes. Volleyball playing tactics and playing systems. The tactical view during attack and defence. Competition rules will be studied in the course of practicing.
Athletics - Following athletics events: sprint, hurdles sprint, long-, high- and triple jump, pole vault and shot put. Competition rules will be studied in the course of practicing.
Outdoor Activities - Different outdoor activities: jogging, walking, nordic-walking, cross-country skiing, cycling, rollerblading and a short description and suitability like health sports. Competition rules will be studied in the course of practicing.
Football - Players’ individual basic skills and simplest game elements will be developed in the course of practicing. Competition rules will be studied in the course of practicing.
Trampoline - Basic positions and bounces. Security rules. Assisting methodology.
Tumbling - Theoretical and practical basic of skills. Security rules. Assisting methodology.
Learning outcomes in the course
Upon completing the course the student:
- has acquired basic knowledge and skills in the learned sports;
- is able to perform different technical elements correctly;
- knows basic elements of competition rules of chosen sport.
Kersti Sirel, Raini Stamm, Mikola Misjuk, Karel Kulbin, Natalia Cherneyko
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