Olympism and Legacy University of Tsukuba
In this course, we will learn about the significance of Olympism and Olympic Legacy, consider the ideal way of legacy that fits the situation in the future countries and regions, and reflect Olympism by contemplating future Olympic Legacy. Will aim to develop insight into legacy through them.
After confirming the essentials of Olympism, we will take the opportunity of the Olympic Legacy to be mentioned and the details of its introduction. Based on these, we will investigate the actual sports mega event, contemplate actions that reflect the legacy philosophy, and give presentations on them.
Classes will be held face-to-face.
Students who are unable to come to campus will be asked to participate online.
For those who cannot participate in the class due to time differences, the class will be recorded and can be viewed on demand.
Microsoft Teams, manaba will be used.
PDF files will be posted on manaba, Showing URL of references.
(Group) Presentation related to the issue of Legacy or Mega sport events for 10min., Final report on reflection of the presentation by 600~800words, To post on manaba by the end of December 2020.
Students will be expected to have successfully completed to investigate the Olympic and Paralympic Values.
On demand (viewing VTR): comments or question on the class.
(1) Attendance (10%)
(2) Group presentation (40%)
(3) Final report (50%)
At group presentation, your contribution to it will be evaluated.
To submit your final report will be required for credit earning as well as group presentation.
Online Course Requirement
In principle, only for students who belong to Master's Program in Health and Sport Sciences.
Identical to 0ATQ209.
Lecture is conducted in English.
GSI302 In order to respect for other students, I will define classroom conduct and decorum for learning excellence, lateness, permission to leave the classroom in the midst of the coursework.
Site for Inquiry
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university