COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Special Theory Trainning in Voleyball * AE   208 4 3 3.5 5

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Lec. Zehra ERCAN
Instructors
Prof.Dr.DİLEK SEVİMLİ1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
The overall objective of this course, the basic technical and tactical information necessary for the game of volleyball skills and attitudes. This is expected to achieve the following learning outcomes in line with the overall goal
Content
the acquisition of the volleyball technical and tactical skills

Learning Outcomes
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
Explains the basic concepts and basic theories related to sports.
X
2
Explains the regulations and educational program about sports education.
3
Explains career development and career choice process.
X
4
Explains scientific research method and techniques in sports sciences.
5
Prepares annual and daily training plans by considering ahtletes´ developmental characteristics, individual differences,their interests and needs.
X
6
Uses sports and training involvement strategies actively.
X
7
Plans and conducts a scientific project , and does necessary analysis by using scientific research methodology related to the sport branch.
8
Explains training practices appropriate for clients with different development and characteristics
X
9
Designs and organizes training environments for athletes and team.
X
10
Becomes sensitive and tolerant of athletes about multicultural and a diversity of issues.
11
Does training practices appropriate for different educational levels
X
12
Uses various training methods to support athletes´ development and provide long lasting educational effects.
X
13
Chooses, prepares and uses materials that are appropriate for athletes´ developmental level and individual characteristics.
X
14
Uses educational technology effectively to reach training and performance goals.
X
15
Has an active role in individual and group activities and successfully finishes the tasks in group work in sports areas.
X
16
Has the ability to search, discover, create alternative solutions, reach information, think critically and engage in productive discussions for personal and professional growth.
17
Has the skills of active listening, empathy, self-expression, and use of communication technology for effective interpersonal communication.
18
In additon to occupational skills, develops himself/herself on scientific, cultural and artistic areas according to his/her own abilities.
19
Acts colloboratively and cooperatively with her/his colleagues in work place .
X
20
Acts appropriately within professional ethical standarts.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 You handled as general information and conversation Lecture, application for warming ?
2 Service and welcoming service exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
3 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
4 Setter for the exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
5 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
6 Offensive exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
7 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
8 Midterm exam Midterm exam ?
9 Block exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
10 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
11 Zone defense exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
12 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
13 Take advantage of ball exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
14 Exercises for the development and optimisation Lecture, application for warming ?
15 Take advantage of ball exercises Lecture, application for warming ?
16-17 The Final Exam The Final Exam ?

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources