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IDR110-1 Sport and Physical Education activities and Methodology of training
After having completed the course, the student will:
- have developed an insight into and an understanding for Methodology of training to ensure that the student can plan and prepare for activities in various sports on various levels
- have aquired satisfactory skills in various sports
- have aquired specific skills as a supervisor in various sports
- have aquired a basic knowledge of Activities of training
- Trainings theory
- Planning training
- General trainings theory and training philosophy
- Speed and Strength
Content activity theory
- Coast/Outdoor activities
- Outdoor Winter activities
- Ski sports
- Sheer drop
- Training in a sport center
The theory of activity will serve as both a basis and as a specific arena for the more theoretical subjects in the study.
Seminars, practical work and project work. As part of the teaching the students will do tests. The course assumes a great deal of self study.
Compulsory attendance requirements in practical sports (please see course brochure).
Attendance requirements in practical sports activities must be met. Requirements for participation, knowledge and skills in the various sports/activities are described in the course brochure.
The student must pass both the following examinations:
Mid term examination
Assesment is related to training practice. During the study programme the student must plan, implement, record and evaluate training for an athlete in one or several of the sports. Requirements for the project are described in the course brochure. Counts 60%.
End term examination
A 3-hour written individual examination in Sport and Physical Education - Activities and Methodology of training. Counts 40%.
One final grade will be given.
Theoretical and practical, compulsory
Normally first year
Programme co-ordinator: Svein Rune Olsen (email@example.com)
The syllabus will be published on the home page of the course when finalised. See link in the upper right hand corner of the page.
- 10 ECTS credits
IDR105- 1 - 10 ECTS credits
IDR110- E1 - 20 ECTS credits
IDR931- 1 - 10 ECTS credits
Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences