This course will not be offered in 2016.
Students will be able to
1) acquire the practical knowledge needed to maintain and improve body and mind health and physical strength, such that they can manage their own health.
2) learn basic skills such that they are able to accurately demonstrate basic skills in games, and enjoy those sports.
3) experience one of the life-long sports and understand “body knowledge” that can be leveraged for maintaining and improving health, and contribute to vitalization of spaces.
sports activity, health related knowledge, sports skill
|Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
In the first class, students will choose a sport (the number of participants is limited). The course offers the group ball sport, individual ball sport, and other sports, from which students must choose.
Attendance will be taken in each class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Selection of sport and guidance||Select one sports event from the options|
|Class 2||Understanding basic rules, skills, strategies, and tactics||Practice of basic skills|
|Class 3||Reviewing basic rules, skills, strategies, and tactics||Practice of basic skills|
|Class 4||Goal setting and practicing advanced skills||Setting goals by yourself|
|Class 5||Understanding the skills to achieve aims||Review and repetition of the skills to achieve aims|
|Class 6||Participating and managing games and evaluating skills of yourself and others.||Understanding the evaluation method|
|Class 7||Participating and safely managing games and a review of evaluating skills of yourself and others.||Review of the analysis methods|
|Class 8||Managing games as an organizer and summary of the course||Review of the course|
Textbook specified by the instructor, in some classes.
Materials suggested by the instructor, in some classes.
Students will be evaluated based on their commitment (40%), skills (20%), understanding (comprehension) of rules and safety instructions (20%), and practice (20%).
No prerequisites (enrollment in the related courses is desirable)