6 points, SCA Band 1, 0.125 EFTSL
Undergraduate - Unit
Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered.
- Second semester 2018 (On-campus)
In this unit students use and critically analyse a range of coaching styles and methods of delivery. They consider the use of fundamental motor skills, teaching games for understanding and game sense approaches to delivery. They examine how these approaches support participant learning and gain an appreciation of how to utilise these different delivery strategies to provide differentiation in their instruction. In addition, students will learn how to incorporate in a meaningful way, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander/First People's histories, cultures and languages into their delivery of sports and games. Students will learn how to plan and deliver activities with challenging learning goals in a safe, structured, sequential way. They analyse the use of these activities across a range of contexts including active play, minor games, challenge and adventure, and games and sports. They develop knowledge of how to use technology to undertake performance analysis of both participants and themselves as deliverers. Students are encouraged to critique approaches to delivery using technical, ethical, physiological, social and psychological lenses. The unit develops students' skills to plan, facilitate and critique a range of movement experiences.
Upon successful completion of this unit students should be able to:
- use various coaching styles and approaches to plan and deliver movement experiences that are challenging, safe and well structured
- integrate performance analysis technology to critique their delivery and participant skills to support participant learning
- demonstrate their capacity to incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander/First People's histories, cultures and languages into sport and games delivery
- recognise the ways in which environmental, social, psychological and physiological conditions of participants influence their engagement in movement contexts and respond to these in their own delivery
- communicate and display ethical practice in their delivery of movement opportunities.
Delivery of a practical coaching session and reflection (2000 words equivalent, 50%)
Examination (2000 words equivalent, 50%, 2 hours)
Minimum total expected workload equals 144 hours per semester comprising:
- Contact hours for on-campus students:
- 2-hour workshop per week
- Additional requirements:
- independent study to make up the minimum required hours per week
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