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Practical Studies VI - Basketball

Code 13739
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 5
Workload T(30H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Sports Sciences
Entry requirements Not Required
Mode of delivery Face-to-face
Learning outcomes Knowing and understanding the specificity of basketball and its organizational structures. Knowing and mastering conceptual specific tools that allow students to apply the knowledge in training and learning situations of the game.
Reveals knowledge and ability to:
- understand and intervene in basketball, including its specificity and characteristics, its history, laws, rules and regulations;
- apply methodological and pedagogical principles for intervention in basketball, especially in the organization, management and evaluation of training and learning processes in basketball and intervention and guidance of basketball players and teams;
- to understand and analyze the macro management of basketball in particular on the role of the basketball industry in social and economic development and their organizational structures.
Syllabus Module I - Understanding Basketball
1) History of Basketball
2) The Future of Basketball
3) The Laws of the Game.
4) Basketball as a Collective Sport:
- A model of analysis and intervention;
- Phases, Principles and Factors of the game;
- Study and analysis of Football typical situations.
Module II - Training Methods in Football
1) Training Methodology of Basketball:
- Analysis of several training methods and their implications;
- The method: diagnosis - prescription - control;
- Analysis of the game and players in training and competition;
- The laboratory in basketball;
- Planning and programming in basketball.
2) Pedagogy of Basketball:
- Learning the game;
- Construction, development and delivering training / learning sessions;
- Player-coach relationship;
- The coach and the manager.
Module III - Macro Management of Basketball
1) Organizational Structures to Support Basketball:
- Basketball organizations and their roles;
Main Bibliography - Adelino, J. (1996). As Coisas Simples do Basquetebol. Lisboa: Direcção-Geral dos Desportos.
- Almada, F., Fernando, C., Lopes, H., Vicente, A., & Moreira, M. (2008). A Rotura – Estratégia de Operacionalização. Torres Novas: VML.
- Araújo, J. (1992). Basquetebol - Preparação Técnica e Táctica. Lisboa: Federação Portuguesa de Basquetebol e Associações Regionais Basquetebol.
- Araújo, J., Pinto, C., & Leite, M. (2004). Basquetebol: Modelo de Jogo. Lisboa: Caminho.
- Legrand, L., & Rat, M. (1998). O Basquetebol: As Regras, A Técnica, A Prática. Lisboa: Estampa.
- Lima, T. (1998). Basquetebol: Textos Técnicos. Lisboa: Direcção-Geral dos Desportos.
- Mesquita, I. (2000). A Pedagogia do Treino: a Formação em Jogos Desportivos Colectivos. Lisboa: Horizonte.
- Vicente, A. (2005). O Diagnóstico nas Actividades Desportivas: Para uma Operacionalização no Modelo das Actividades Desportivas Colectivas. (Tese de mestrado não publicada). Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The typology of classes in this UC is fundamentally of a theoretical-practical nature, with exposure of the main contents by the teacher in permanent interaction with the students, so the most theoretical contents will be presented in connection and using practical and concrete examples within the scope of the modality , basketball. Priority will be given to the presentation and discussion of the contents covered (using tools such as videos, platforms for discussion of themes, databases with articles / information relevant to the contents covered, and concrete examples of application), encouraging student participation. , with the promotion of debate and reflection by them. An exploratory teaching-learning process will also be sought, with analysis and reflection of the supporting bibliography of the various contents covered. In addition to the above, there will be classes that will have a large component of pedagogical practice.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-09-30

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