* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
|Exercises of applied kinesiology
To acquire necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills on all segments of swimming events as are the start, swim turn, split time, stroke frequency with all time-spatial parameters.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
Completed Swimming course.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Students will acquire necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills regarding the basic parameters of water characteristics, propulsive and retropulsive segments in body motion through the water as to be able to transfer that knowledge into all segments of physical education plan and programme, non-swimmers training or top-level swimmers training.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
Expected learning outcomes at the level of the course:
- Water characteristics
- Characteristics of body motion through the water
- Propulsive and retropulsive segments in swimming
- Time-spatial analysis of the start in all techniques
- Time-spatial analysis of swim turn in all techniques
- Analysis of the race in all events
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures and exercises (each topic is covered with 2L+2E)
2.Moving of body through the water
3.Forces acting upon the body in the water while moving
4.Resistances acting upon the body in the water while moving
5.Time-spatial analysis of the crawl technique
6.Time-spatial analysis of the backstroke technique
7.Time-spatial analysis of the breaststroke technique
8.Time-spatial analysis of the butterfly technique
9.Time-spatial analysis of the start in the crawl and the backstroke swimming technique
10.Time-spatial analysis of the start in the breaststroke and the butterfly swimming technique
11.Time-spatial analysis of the swim turn in the crawl and the backstroke swimming technique
12.Time-spatial analysis of the swim turn in the breaststroke and the butterfly swimming technique
13.Time-spatial analysis of the medley swimming
14.Analysis of the stroke frequency
15.Analysis of the stroke length
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Teaching Methodology of Swimming