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350077 VU Functional Movement and Health Promotion in the Subject of Physical Education: Didactic Concepts (2018S)

NUR für Studierende des neuen Bachelorstudiums UF BuS

2.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 35 - Sportwissenschaft
Continuous assessment of course work

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Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Details

max. 25 participants
Language: German

Lecturers

Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N

ACHTUNG: Die erste Einheit mit verpflichtender Anwesenheit findet im ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß 5.06 statt.

Tuesday 06.03. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 13.03. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 20.03. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 10.04. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 17.04. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 24.04. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 08.05. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 15.05. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 29.05. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 05.06. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
Tuesday 12.06. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 19.06. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß
Tuesday 26.06. 15:30 - 17:00 ZSU - USZ I, Halle 4 Turnsaal EG
ZSU - USZ II, Hörsaal Dachgeschoß

Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

The course is aimed at the acquisition and development of basic competencies in the subject Movement and Sport, primarily focusing on the areas of "functional movement" and "health promotion". The following topics and methods are to be considered.

• Methods and exercises of the functional, injury-prevention movements (Mobilizing, warming-up and cooling-down, stretching, etc.)

• Determinants, approaches and models of good health and health promotion as well as principles for health promotion, especially in school sport

• Knowledge of health conditions and healthy behavior

• Knowledge concerning common childhood and adolescent illnesses or health problems, pre-existing conditions and methods for prevention and intervention

• To acquire knowledge about subject-bilateral principles and concepts for the design and mediation of health-promoting movements, especially in children and dolescents, in different organizational settings

Assessment and permitted materials

• Attendance, active participation
• Quality of the practice and presentation of the specific units
• In class observations
• Written reflections

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

On course completion students will ...

• have theoretically sound, functionally appropriate as well as injury-preventative knowledge regarding warm-up, mobilizing, stretching, and cool-down for different sports
• have hnowledge of health status and illness (common disease patterns) in children and adolescents and prevention and intervention strategies
• have a basic knowledge of the approaches and models to health and healthy living as well as the principles and fields of action in health promotion, in particular the setting school
• be able to apply proper principles and knowledge in competence-oriented, health-promoting teaching lessons in the field of movement and sport
• in accordance with the educational standards for the curriculum for exercise and sport, independently plan, carry out, and critically evaluate health-promoting sequences.

Examination topics

• Lectures, discussions, group work
• Exemplary teaching units prepared by the lecturer
• Design and implementation of a part of a teaching unit with functional warm-up, stretching, mobilization or cool-down
• Responsible planning, preparation, and execution of a (competence-oriented) teaching sequence promoting good health
• Observations and reflection of the instructional sequences carried out by the lecturer and the students
• Exchange and discussion of lessons learned as well as the lessons learned in the group setting

Reading list

• Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Sektion III. (2010). Gesundheit und Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (BZgA). Leitbegriffe der Gesundheitsförderung. Zugriff am 19. Oktober 2014 unter http://leitbegriffe.bzga.de/

• Dür, W., Griebler, R., Flaschberger, E. & Felder-Puig, R. (2011). Gesundheitliche
Beschwerden österreichischer Jugendlicher – Ergebnisse der HBSC-Studie 1994 bis 2006.
Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift, 161(7-8), 174–179. doi:10.1007/s10354-010-0854-6

• Erhardt, D. (2012). Praxishandbuch funktionelles Training. Stuttgart: Thieme Verlag

• Greier, N. (2010). Die Bedeutung des Sportunterrichts aus gesundheitspräventiver und aus
Schülersicht. In: Bewegungserziehung (2010) 1, S. 24 – 29

• Kaba-Schönstein, L. (2011). Gesundheitsförderung I: Defintion, Ziele, Prinzipien,
Handlungsebenen und -strategien. In S. Blümel (Hrsg.), Leitbegriffe der
Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention. Glossar zu Konzepten, Strategien und Methoden
(S. 137–144). Gamburg: Verl. für Gesundheitsförderung.

• Kleiner, K. (2008). Prinzipien einer Didaktik der Gesundheitsförderung im Unterrichtsfach
„Bewegung und Sport“. Bewegungserziehung, 62 (1), 12-19.

• Schwichtenberg, M. & Jordan, A. (2012). Kräftigen und Dehnen. Aachen: Meyer & Meyer

• Lehnhart, P. & Seibert W. (2012) Funktionelles Bewegungstraining: Muskuläre Dysbalancen
erkennen, beseitigen und vermeiden.

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