Basic Physical Education New Sports University of Tsukuba
Students will engage in New Sports, which refer to organized activities that are different from existing sports and have different pholosophies from traditional sports. Through some samples of New Sports, including Bocce Ball, Indiaca, and Unihoc floorball, students will gain baskic skills and knowledge to make their life-long active living. The planned activities might be changed in case of inclement weathers (rain, temperature, etc.).
☆Enhancement of a sense of teamwork and reaching a common object with friends. ----------------------------------------------------- By the end of the course, students will be able to: (1) carry out New Sports as a part of physically active life. (2) demonstrate competence to play New Sports safely with others. (3) demonstrate competence to use New Sports equipment appropriately. (4) demonstrate basic skills of each New Sport.
Related to “5. Mental and physical health, humanity, and ethics” Related to “6. Cooperative, independent, and autonomous”
Introduction to the ClassTarget-type New Sport: Introducing Bocce BallPlaying the game of Bocce BallDisc-type New Sport: Introducing Flying DiscPlaying the game of Flying DiscRally-type New Sport: Introducing IndiacaPlaying the game of IndiacaGame-type New Sport: Introducing Unihoc floorballPlaying the game of Unihoc floorballSummary and introduction of other New SportsOptional class
Training/Lab Experiments/Practical Application
Online Course Requirement
As a rule, students who attend the course for at least two-thirds of the classes will be eligible for credits.
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