Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2017/2018
Belonging course: 
Course of Bachelor's Degree Programme on SPORTS SCIENCE
Location: 
Napoli
Disciplinary sector: 
METHODS AND TEACHING OF SPORTS ACTIVITIES (M-EDF/02)
Credits: 
6
Year of study: 
3
Teachers: 
Cycle: 
Second semester
Hours of front activity: 
48

Language

Italian

Course description

The course includes the study of the main training methods for different motor and sporting abilities, promoting the acquisition of an effective teaching methodology that allows the improvement of performance. At the end of the course, the learner is able to plan a training program by differentiating the load according to the type of sport and individual performance. One of the basic conditions for practicing well a Motor and Sport Activity is to feed properly: the Sportsman must take care of his diet throughout the year not only for aesthetic purposes, but also to improve performance, by optimizing the biochemical processes and metabolism

Prerequisites

The student must acquire and assimilate the knowledge provided by the Human Anatomy, Human Biochemistry and Theory, Methodology and Didactics of Team and Individual Sports corses.

Syllabus

The Course includes the study of the main training methods for different motor and sporting abilities, promoting the acquisition of an effective teaching methodology that allows the improvement of performance. At the end of the course, the learner is able to plan a training program by differentiating the load according to the type of sport and individual performance. One of the basic conditions for practicing well a Motor and Sport Activity is to feed properly: the Sportsman must take care of his diet throughout the year not only for aesthetic purposes but also to improve performance by optimizing the metabolism and biochemical processes.
• The General Principles of Training
• Training Planning and Organization
• Sports and Training Methodology
• The Morpho-Functional Evaluation of the Athlete
• Evaluation Methodologies and Techniques in Sport: Motor Testing
• Morpho-functional aspects of the athlete with disability
• The Principles of Sport Nutrition
• Sportsman's power supply
• Motor and Sport Activities and Nutrition
• Skeletal Muscle and Physical Exercise
• Metabolisms and energy systems
• Metabolic adaptations induced by training
• Body weight, body composition and sport
• Training begins at the table
• Synthetic supplements
• Natural supplements: nutraceuticals
• Ergogenic supplements

The General Principles of Training
• Training Planning and Organization
• Sports and Training Methodology
• The Morpho-Functional Evaluation of the Athlete
• Evaluation Methodologies and Techniques in Sport: Motor Testing
• Morpho-functional aspects of the athlete with disability
• The Principles of Sport Nutrition
• Sportsman's power supply
• Motor and Sport Activities and Nutrition
• Skeletal Muscle and Physical Exercise
• Metabolisms and energy systems
• Metabolic adaptations induced by training
• Body weight.Body composition and sport
• Training begins at the table
• Synthetic supplements
• Natural supplements: Nutraceuticals
• Ergogenic supplements

Teaching Methods

Frontal Lessons, Seminars, Technical-Practical Activities, Laboratory Activity on Evaluation and Control of Training

Textbooks

• Didactic material provided during the Course.
• Seeley, Anatomia Umana. Sorbona, IV Edizione, 2018.
• Barba, L’Allenamento. Teoria & Metodologia. Idelson-Gnocchi, 2007.
• Barba, Atletica. Aspetti Tecnici. Idelson-Gnocchi, 2007.
• Leonardi V.E., Educazione e Motricità. CONI Scuola Regionale dello Sport, 2006.
• Missaglia, Sport di Squadra. Edizione Grafite, 2008.
• C. Bosco, La forza muscolare. Aspetti fisiologici ed applicazioni pratiche. Soc. Stampa Sportiva, 1997.
• Weineck, L'Allenamento Ottimale. Calzetti Mariucci, 2009.
• C. Vittori, La pratica dell'Allenamento. Centro Studi & Ricerche FIDAL, 2003.
• C. Vittori, L'Allenamento nell'atletica giovanile. Centro Studi & Ricerche FIDAL, 2003

Learning assessment

The final Exam Evaluation will take place taking into account 5 prevalent Indicators following a specific Evaluation Report:

• Knowledge and Ability to understand
• Applied Knowledge and Comprehension Skills
• Autonomy of Judgment
• Communication skills
• ability to learn

 Midterm Test
The results of the Midterm Test will not determine the Final Evaluation.

 Written Test

 Oral Test

More information

Skills
Advanced skills, which demonstrate mastery and ability to solve complex and unpredictable problems in an Educational, Educational and Sports environment both for study and work.
Expertise
Managing Activities or Projects, technical-professional, taking responsibility for decisions in work or study contexts.
Prof. Tafuri receives students on Saturday morning at 08.00 am at the University Sports Center (C.U.S.), via Campegna.
Prof. D'Angelo receives students on Wednesday mornings at the DiSMeB via Medina 40.
You can make an appointment by sending an email to:
domenicotafuri@inwind.it
stefania.dangelo@uniparthenope.it