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Бакалаврская программа «Социология и социальная информатика»

07
Апрель

Physical Training

2022/2023
Учебный год
ENG
Обучение ведется на английском языке
Статус:
Курс обязательный
Когда читается:
1-й курс, 1-4 модуль

Преподаватели

Course Syllabus

Abstract

The course focuses on the formation of the physical culture of the individual and the ability to use the various means of physical education, sports and tourism. To preserve and promote health, psychophysical training and self-preparation for future life and professional activities. In this course, the student will become familiar with the influence of health-improving systems of physical education on health promotion, prevention of occupational diseases and bad habits. The student will acquire the skills of organizing a daily regimen in accordance with the criteria of a healthy lifestyle, will receive experience in the use of physical education to increase the body's resistance to adverse environmental conditions.
Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Formation of physical culture of the person and ability of the directed use of various means of physical culture, sports and tourism for preservation and strengthening of health, psychophysical preparation and self-preparation for future life and professional activity
Expected Learning Outcomes

Expected Learning Outcomes

  • The student characterizes the influence of health systems of physical education on health promotion, prevention of occupational diseases and bad habits.
  • The student performs individually selected complexes of health and adaptive (therapeutic) physical culture, techniques and movements from the selected sports field.
  • The student performs the techniques of insurance and self-insurance.
  • The student carries out creative cooperation in collective forms of physical culture.
  • The student uses methods of physical education and health promotion to achieve the proper level of physical fitness for full social and professional activities.
  • The student calls the methods of monitoring and evaluation of physical development and physical fitness, rules and methods of planning individual classes of different target orientation.
Course Contents

Course Contents

  • Section 1. Physical Culture in Professional Training of Students. Foundations of a Healthy Lifestyle and its Impact on Professional Activities
  • Medical/Biological Foundations for Instilling Individual Physical Culture in University Students
  • General Theoretical Foundations for Instilling Physical Culture in University Students
  • Professional/Applied Physical Training (PAPT) as a Special Approach to Developing Individual Physical Culture among University Students
  • PRACTICAL SECTION
Assessment Elements

Assessment Elements

  • non-blocking Practical classes
  • non-blocking Practical classes
  • non-blocking Practical classes
  • non-blocking Practical classes
Interim Assessment

Interim Assessment

  • 2022/2023 2nd module
    For students who are on mobility / students of online BP `Digital Platforms and Logistics` / have a special health group A or B - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - Online lectures (to be included in the schedule) A final online test will be required for credit at the end of module 2 and will be available after taking the online course. Practical online sessions are only available for students of I and II Health Groups. For students who are studying offline in St. Petersburg and have I or II health group The following options are available: - Practical classes online and offline (can be found in the schedule) - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - online lectures (are included in the schedule) To receive credit for PE in Module 2 you need to: -take the final online test at the end of module 2, which will be available after completing the online course, as well as attending practical classes: - for 1st year students, 1-2 Module , 4 classes must be attended for credit. - for 2nd year students, 1-2 modules , 8 classes must be attended for credit. Admission to practical classes and certification in the discipline of "Physical Education" is possible only in accordance with the type of health group. Students, who have not passed a medical check-up and do not have a medical certificate with an indication of PE health group, are not allowed to PE practical part and attestation. Practical online classes. Attendance at synchronous online classes is allowed only if video link on the student's part is available. Links to classes are listed in the general schedule posted in SmartLMS.
  • 2022/2023 4th module
    For students who are on mobility / students of online BP `Digital Platforms and Logistics` / have a special health group A or B - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - Online lectures (to be included in the schedule) A final online test will be required for credit at the end of module 4 and will be available after taking the online course. Practical online sessions are only available for students of I and II Health Groups. For students who are studying offline in St. Petersburg and have I or II health group The following options are available: - Practical classes online and offline (can be found in the schedule) - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - online lectures (are included in the schedule) To receive credit for PE in Module 4 you need to: -take the final online test at the end of module 4, which will be available after completing the online course, as well as attending practical classes: - for 1st year students, 1-2 Module , 8 classes must be attended for credit. - for 2nd year students, 1-2 modules , 8 classes must be attended for credit. Admission to practical classes and certification in the discipline of "Physical Education" is possible only in accordance with the type of health group. Students, who have not passed a medical check-up and do not have a medical certificate with an indication of PE health group, are not allowed to PE practical part and attestation. Practical online classes. Attendance at synchronous online classes is allowed only if video link on the student's part is available. Links to classes are listed in the general schedule posted in SmartLMS.
  • 2023/2024 2nd module
    For students who are on mobility / students of online BP `Digital Platforms and Logistics` / have a special health group A or B - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - Online lectures (to be included in the schedule) A final online test will be required for credit at the end of module 2 and will be available after taking the online course. Practical online sessions are only available for students of I and II Health Groups. For students who are studying offline in St. Petersburg and have I or II health group The following options are available: - Practical classes online and offline (can be found in the schedule) - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - online lectures (are included in the schedule) To receive credit for PE in Module 2 you need to: -take the final online test at the end of module 2, which will be available after completing the online course, as well as attending practical classes: - for 1st year students, 1-2 Module , 4 classes must be attended for credit. - for 2nd year students, 1-2 modules , 8 classes must be attended for credit. Admission to practical classes and certification in the discipline of "Physical Education" is possible only in accordance with the type of health group. Students, who have not passed a medical check-up and do not have a medical certificate with an indication of PE health group, are not allowed to PE practical part and attestation. Practical online classes. Attendance at synchronous online classes is allowed only if video link on the student's part is available. Links to classes are listed in the general schedule posted in SmartLMS.
  • 2023/2024 4th module
    For students who are on mobility / students of online BP `Digital Platforms and Logistics` / have a special health group A or B - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - Online lectures (to be included in the schedule) A final online test will be required for credit at the end of module 4 and will be available after taking the online course. Practical online sessions are only available for students of I and II Health Groups. For students who are studying offline in St. Petersburg and have I or II health group The following options are available: - Practical classes online and offline (can be found in the schedule) - Online course "Physical Education" on the SmartLMS platform (consists of two parts for 1,2 module and 3,4 module) - online lectures (are included in the schedule) To receive credit for PE in Module 4 you need to: -take the final online test at the end of module 4, which will be available after completing the online course, as well as attending practical classes: - for 1st year students, 1-2 Module , 8 classes must be attended for credit. - for 2nd year students, 1-2 modules , 8 classes must be attended for credit. Admission to practical classes and certification in the discipline of "Physical Education" is possible only in accordance with the type of health group. Students, who have not passed a medical check-up and do not have a medical certificate with an indication of PE health group, are not allowed to PE practical part and attestation. Practical online classes. Attendance at synchronous online classes is allowed only if video link on the student's part is available. Links to classes are listed in the general schedule posted in SmartLMS.
Bibliography

Bibliography

Recommended Core Bibliography

  • MacPhail, A. (2013). Research and Practice in Physical Education. New York: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=530369
  • Macphail, A., & O’Sullivan, M. (2010). Young People’s Voices in Physical Education and Youth Sport (Vol. 1st ed). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=328156

Recommended Additional Bibliography

  • Grasdalsmoen, M., Eriksen, H. R., Lønning, K. J., & Sivertsen, B. (2019). Physical exercise and body-mass index in young adults: a national survey of Norwegian university students. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 1354. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7650-z
  • Peter Holler, Johannes Jaunig, Frank-Michael Amort, Silvia Tuttner, Kathrin Hofer-Fischanger, Dietmar Wallner, … Othmar Moser. (2019). Holistic physical exercise training improves physical literacy among physically inactive adults: a pilot intervention study. BMC Public Health, (1), 1. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-6719-z
  • Rani, B. (2019). Physical exercise as determinant of health and well-being. International Journal of Social Sciences Review, 7(1), 50–53. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=sih&AN=134952097