Course: Sport Games IV

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Course title Sport Games IV
Course code KTV/4156
Organizational form of instruction Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Kresta Jan, Mgr.
  • Bláha Ladislav, doc. PaedDr. Ph.D.
  • Žák Marcel, PaedDr.
Course content
Themes of the seminars Volleyball: 1. Organization, diagnostics of knowledge and skill. 2. Offensive game activities of individual player 3. Offensive game activities of individual player 4. Deffensive game activities of individual player. 5. Deffensive game activities of individual player. 6. Game systems. 7. Game systems. Football 7. Introduction to the subject. Diagnostics by practical tests. Ball control and ball touch practice, individual manipulation. Demonstration of practical credit requirements. Rule 1 The pitch (basic terms). Attacking OPA dribbling, stopping, covering the ball, tackling, passing by inner side of the foot, overtaking the ball. PH 1:1. Rule 12. 8. Attacking OPA choice of the place, throwing the ball. Defensive OPA engaging player with and without the ball. GS basic positioning and principles. Attacking GS based on positioning around the player with the ball, defending GS based on covering the space. HC a PH 4:4, 5:5, 6:6. Rule 12. Attacking OPA passing by inner/direct fetlock and head. Zone defence against gradual attack. Rule 12 (personal penalty), P2 ball, P3 number of players, P4 equipment. 9. Attacking OPA shooting from the spot, after dribbling, shooting by head, overcomming an opponent. Defensive OPA covering the space. Rule 5 referee authority, changing the decision, not starting and ending the game. OPA connecting individual activities by training exercises and gameplay. Rule 6 assistant referee what does he supervise, signalization, motion, cooperation with main referee. 10. Repeating of previous seminars, diagnostics (tests). Rule 7 game time (additional time, Penalty kicks), rule 8 starting the game, rule 9 ball in and outside the game, rule 10 scoring a goal. 11. Attacking OPA handling the ball. Defensive OPA. Connecting individual activities by training exercises and gameplay. Rule 11 offside. Game activities of goalkeeper. Discussion about rules. 12. Attacking and defensive activities, match 11:11 (Attacking GS - gradual attack, counter attack, positioning. Defensive GS zone defense, combined defense). Discussion about rules. 13. Repeating, game. 14. Diagnostic tests, deciding the game, credit lesson.

Learning activities and teaching methods
unspecified, unspecified, unspecified, unspecified, unspecified, unspecified
  • unspecified - 28 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The aim of the study-unit (aimed at volleyball and football) is to master the basic individual game activities, games and gaming systems combinations in terms of the game, knowledge of basic terminology, knowledge of graphic marking of game situations and deciding game basics.
After passing this subject the student: - Knows the basic football and volleyball terminology. - Can describe and explain football, volleyball rules and game content (game activities) and to draw game situations. - Can realize required football skills (game activities). - Can lead the match as a referee. - Can realize the activities of a player in introductory exercise.
Prerequisites
Fulfilled course Sports games II.

Assessment methods and criteria
unspecified
Attendance. Volleyball To referee a match Game achievement during the match Practical tests: Complex exercise (service, position changing, receive, pas, set, lob). Football To prove knowledge and skills during oral or written test from theory and football rules. To prove practical game skills (the student must be better in all skills in comparison to previous course Sports game II.)
Recommended literature
  • BUCHTEL, J. et al. Teorie a didaktika volejbalu. Praha, 2005. ISBN 80-246-1011-6.
  • EJEM, M. Volejbal. Praha, 1988.
  • FAČR. Pravidla fotbalu (aktuální verze).
  • HANÍK, Z., VLACH, J. Volejbal. Praha, 2008. ISBN 978-80-7376-078-6.
  • KAPLAN, O. Volejbal. Praha, 1999. ISBN 8071697621.
  • KOLLAH, E. Fotbal- technika a taktika hry.Praha: Grada, 2006.. Praha: Grada, 2006. ISBN 80-247-1336-5.
  • KRESTA, J. Futsal. Praha, 2009. ISBN 978-80-247-2534-5.
  • ONDŘEJ, O., BUZEK, M., NAVARA, M. Teorie a didaktika kopané. Praha, 1986.
  • PSOTTA, R. Fotbal- kondiční trénink.. Praha: Grada, 2006. ISBN 80-247-0821-3.
  • VOTÍK, J. Trenér fotbalu B UEFA licence. Praha, 2006. ISBN 80-7033-921-7.
  • VOTÍK, J. ,ZALABÁK, J. Trenér fotbalu C licence. Plzeň, 2006. ISBN 80-7033-856-3.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Education Physical Education and Sport (A14) Physical education and sport 2 Summer