Students will enjoy sports activities and gain a practical understanding of the usefulness for maintaining wellness.
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The goal of this course is for students to gain a practical understanding of how physical activity is useful for maintaining wellness. The aim is for students to form exercise habits, improve their exercise techniques and communication skills by participating in sports activities, and specifically learn about topics such as the following.
- How to run safe exercise and sports activities
- A comprehensive understanding of the cultural aspect, etiquette, and rules of sports
- Pursuing and discovering physical activities which can be enjoyed for a long time
badminton, sport, health, wellness
|✔ 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 sports, and guidance||Selection of sports|
|Class 2||Leaning basic movements of your sport||Practicing basic strokes of badminton|
|Class 3||Learning advanced movements of your sport||Practicing advanced movements of badminton|
|Class 4||Understanding team strategies||Searching strategies of your sport|
|Class 5||Practicing games||Finding and reading the rule book of your sport through the internet|
|Class 6||Understanding injuries and accidents in sports and learning first aid treatments and CPR||Review and practice of CPR|
|Class 7||Understanding rules and referee skill||Be an umpire in doubles matches.|
|Class 8||Managing sport games and summary of the class||Review of managing rules of your sport|
Distributed if necessary
Students will be evaluated on their commitment (40%), skills (20%), understanding (comprehension) of rules and safety instructions (20%), and practice (20%).