* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
|Exercises of applied kinesiology
2.1.Course objectives Attain practical and theoretical knowledge and skills on:
-Training modalities, teaching and learning methods for different movement structures for preschool children and younger and older school children;;
-Selection and systematization of contents (with and without equipment/aids) adequate for younger age categories and aimed at development of basic motor and cardio-respiratory abilities throughout adapted aerobics, Pilates and yoga routines.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course Completed mandatory courses Basic Kinesiological Transformations 1 and 2.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Within elective module Basic kinesiological transformations students will attain theoretical and practical knowledge and skills on:
-basic kinesiological and anthropological characteristics;
-teaching methods for learning general motor skills within different exercise programmes (Pilates, yoga, aerobics...);
-teaching methods for developing and maintaining basic and specific motor abilities according to characteristics and possibilities of different age and interest groups;
-basic methods for selection and distribution of contents, modalities and load volume in different workout programmes; o
-fundamentals of planning and programming according to persons age, gender, possibilities and skills, and specificity of different workout routines;
-basic and specific methods and actions for determination of subjects status and assessment of expected final outcomes/status after finishing planned transformational process.
Based on the previously mentioned students will be able to independently study, detect, analyze and solve problems by appropriately organizing and executing programmes.
Students will be provided with specific qualifications by attaining scientific basis for conducting research in different segments of this course.
Fundamental qualifications: application of previously mentioned knowledge and skills on broad fields of social and sport activities and personal development.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
After completing and finishing this course students will be able to independently:
-Plan and programme transformational programmes for different age categories of those who exercise according to their possibilities, skills and interests;
-Organize and conduct different transformational processes by taking into consideration selection and distribution of contents by selecting appropriate working modalities and load volume aimed at learning and enhancing basic and specific (workout programme characteristic) motor skills, and by developing and maintaining motor and cardio-respiratory abilities;
-Diagnose current statuses of those who exercise by optimally assessing expected, final statuses/outcome.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures, seminars and exercises
1.Working modalities - teaching and training methods (2L+2E)
2.Organizational work forms (2S+2E)
3.Methods for developing and maintaining children motor abilities (preschool and school age) (2L+2E)
4.Methods for developing and maintaining basic motor abilities in children - strength (1L+1S+2E)
5.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - strength by application of different equipment and aids (2S+2E)
6.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - coordination (2S+2E)
7.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - speed (2S+2E)
8.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - balance (2S+2E)
9.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - accuracy (2S+2E)
10.Methods for developing and maintaining motor abilities in children - flexibility (2S+2E)
11.Methods for teaching and learning new aerobic exercise progamme tasks for children (2L+2E)
12.Methods for teaching and learning new Pilates exercise progamme tasks adequate for younger age categories of children (2L+2E)
13.Methods for teaching and learning new Pilates exercise progamme tasks adequate for older age categories of children (2L+2E)
14.Methods for teaching and learning new yoga exercise progamme tasks adequate for younger age categories of children (2L+2E)
15.Methods for teaching and learning new yoga exercise progamme tasks adequate for older age categories of children (2L+2E)
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- Bompa, T. O. (2005). Cjelokupni trening za mlade pobjednike. Zagreb: Gopal
- Babić, V. (2010). Atletika hodanja i trčanja. Zagreb: Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.
- Hmjelovjec, I., Kalić, E., Hmjelovjec, D. (2005). Gimnastički poligoni kao sredstvo. Sarajevo: Fakultet sporta i tjelesnog odgoja Univerzitet u Sarajevu.
Kinesiological Analysis of Basic Kinesiological Transformations
Basic Kinesiological Transformations I
Basic Kinesiological Transformations II