VOLLEYBALL: THEORY, TECHNIQUES AND DIDACTICS

Degree course: 
Corso di First cycle degree in Movement science
Academic year when starting the degree: 
2015/2016
Year: 
3
Academic year in which the course will be held: 
2017/2018
Course type: 
Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class
Credits: 
3
Standard lectures hours: 
120
Detail of lecture’s hours: 
Lesson (120 hours)
Requirements: 

PREREQUISITES

VOLLEYBALL
• Specific knowledge and skills are not requested

SOCCER
• Specific knowledge and skills are not requested

SWIMING
• Specific knowledge and skills are not requested

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

COURSE OBJECTIVES

VOLLEYBALL
KNOWLEDGE
Students will develop
• knowledge of a technical vocabulary
• knowledge of technical regulations in their subject area
• firm theoretical and practical/tactical basics both in individual and team performance through a scientific approach
• knowledge of the historical and technical evolution of volleyball

ABILITIES
Students will be able
• to analyse and master individual basics of the discipline
• to develop qualities and transferable skills necessary for teaching basics and team success
• to understand, motivate and carry out rotational switch on the court
• to organise their own learning according to age and relative abilities of their group
• to recognise technical mistakes and use their problem-solving abilities

SOCCER
KNOWLEDGE
Students will develop
• knowledge of a technical vocabulary
• knowledge of technical regulations in their subject area
• firm theoretical of fundamental technical-coordinative
• knowledge of Tactical-cognitive aspects
• FIGC organization models

ABILITIES
Students will be able
• to analyse and master individual basics of the discipline
• to develop qualities and transferable skills necessary for teaching technical-coordinative and tactical-cognitive aspects
• to organise their own learning according to age and relative abilities of their group
• to watch the motor function, to recognise technical mistakes and use their problem-solving abilities

SWIMING
KNOWLEDGE
Students will develop:
• a specific technical vocabulary
• knowledge of the technical regulations of the discipline
• a theoretical knowledge of the fundamental gestures
• knowledge of cognitive aspects
• knowledge of federal management methods

ABILITIES
Students will be able to:
• analyze and control the technical-coordinative movements of the discipline
• teach technical-coordinative and tactical-cognitive aspects through a specific didactical procedure
• manage their own knowledge by adapting them to the age and ability of the group
• observe gestures and movement, recognize any mistakes and find out the right solutions to the problem

PROGRAM

VOLLEYBALL
Theory, tecnique and teaching
- set
- bagher
- service
- spike
- block
Building up of the game
• receive, attack, difensive.
• Tactics in school primary
• Notes on more complex tactics
• The assessment of the game in schools and clubs sports
Notes on the theory and methodology of training in school and sports clubs up to 18 years
Annual programming
Techniques of group management training and matches
Rules of the game

SOCCER
Theory, tecnique and teaching of fundamental technical-coordinative
- controlling
- passing
- receiving (stop)
- kicking to pass/to goal schooting
- throw in
- head play

Tactical aspects
• The techinal and coordinative factor in the game situations
• the basic individual and team tactics when not in possession and when in
• Mention of game systems

Notes on the theory and methodology of training up to 18 years
Planning : annual, monthly, weekly programming. The training session
The assessment of the game in clubs sports
Techniques of group management training and matches
Rules of the game

SWIMING
Theory, technique and didactics aspects of acclimatization and swimming techniques
• The acclimatization
• The perception of the body through the empirical acquisition of the mechanical and physical laws governing the aquatic life
• basic swimming techniques
• evolution swimming techniques
• starts (track start, grab start, backstroke start) and turns
• Aquatic fitness

The annual, monthly, and daily schedule of the weekly lesson
Assessment of learning
Group Management Techniques
Notes on the theory and methodology of training

REFERENCE BOOKS

VOLLEYBALL
• Paolini M. - Il nuovo sistema pallavolo - Calzetti Mariucci, 2001
• Slide will be provided by the teacher to the students

SOCCER
• Technical guide for football school (www.settoregiovanile.figc.it)
• Slide will be given to the students from the teacher

SWIMING
• Invernizzi PL, Eid L, Rigamonti M, 
Nuotare giocando - La scoperta dell’ambiente acquatico e il superamento della paura, 
Carabà Universitaria, Milano, 1997
• Invernizzi PL, Romagialli B, 
Nuotare giocando 3 - La didattica nell’apprendimento della tecnica natatoria, 
Carabà Universitaria, Milano, 2005
• Invernizzi PL, Romagialli B, 
Nuotare giocando 5 - La didattica nell’insegnamento delle partenze e virate di base, 
Carabà Universitaria, Milano, 2009
Bibliography indicated to the students, in addition to the materials presented during lessons (which will be provided by the teacher).

Professors

MOSCHENI MAURIZIO