- Education of students through philosophy, codex, and principles of combat sports with the purpose of conducting healthier way of life, achieving higher level of physical fitness, increasing self-confidence, setting up and achieving goals, reinforcing manhood, persistence, adaptation and affirmation in the community, self-respect, respecting others, increasing the quality of interpersonal relations.
- Education of students through evolution and the rules of K-1, analysis of K1 sport, structural analysis, anthropological characteristics, analysis of combat sports comprising K-1, technical and tactical elements of K-1. Basic methods in K-1, specific training methods in K-1, acquisition level evaluation of K-1 techniques, gaining information about eight combat sports comprised in K-1 based on which a student can more easily decide to further study and improve in other combat sports.
- To master basic modern theoretical, scientific and practical (empirical) knowledge and skills about sport instructing and improving in K-1.
- To master specifics of sports didactics in K-1 to develop techniques, tactics and motor abilities
- To qualify students to be able to successfully utilize knowledge attained through theoretical and practical lectures and exercises in conducting educational process for students of different age.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course No enrolment requirements.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes Students will master special knowledge and skills specific to this combat sport and its application in:
- physical education - compulsory and extracurricular contents
- physical recreation
- military, police and security services
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
- to qualify students in theoretical and practical sense to be able to evaluate, analyse and synthesise K-1 sport
- students will be able to transfer knowledge related to the meaning and the purpose of training K-1
- students will be able to transfer knowledge of basic and specific training methodology of K-1
- students will be able to transfer knowledge and values of health aspect through philosophy of K-1
- students will be able to apply educational knowledge through codex and principles of combat sports comprised in K-1
- students will be able to transfer knowledge of applying technical elements of K-1 in self-defence
- student will be able to present information, ideas, problems and solutions regarding K-1 to professionals and general public
- students will be qualified to conduct compulsory, elective and optional PE classes at all educational levels (from preschool to university), to conduct sports activity programmes with selected group of children, the young and adults at all competition levels and to conduct free time physical recreation activities with adults.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Theoretical lectures (each topic is covered with 1 class)
1.World history of K-1
2.Analysis of sports activity and rules of K-1
3.The meaning and the purpose of practicing K-1
4.Specific teaching methods in K-1
5.The champions of K-1
6.Significance and possibilities of K-1 in the educational system
Theoretical-practical lectures and exercises
1.Stances and movements (1TPL+1E)
6.K-1 equipment and its application (2TPL+2E)
7.Application of K-1 elements in self-defence (2TPL+2E) 8.
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- Kapo, S. (2006). Strukturalna anliza i model vrhunskih K-1 boraca superteške kategorije. Doktorska dizertacija. Sarajevo: Fakultet sporta i tjelesnog odgoja.
- Kapo, S. (2009.). Kodeksi borilačkih vještina i fair play. 3. međunarodni simpozij - Nove tehnologije u sportu, Sarajevo.
- Kuleš, B. (1997). Trening karatista. Zagreb: SN Liber.