• Improve motor skills
• Discover relational aspects: experience being in a group in order to participate in the group
• Encourage self-awareness so as to be better integrated in a group
• Improve ability to work in a group
Motor skills (50%) Communication through action (25%) Self-awareness (25%).
The aim of this course is to allow students, through practising physical activities (either individually or in a group), to have a good overall level in sport.
Students must adapt their motor-response to the situation, know their limits, have self-awareness and practise activities safely.
Depending on the composition of the group (homogeneous, heterogeneous, mixed etc...) students must adapt to the different situations, control their body and emotions, control their movement within the group.
The role of competitions is to: create bearings, push limits, determine aims (either in individual sport or team sport), create a joint project (team sport).
This course is divided into three different options: individual sports, team sports and multi-activities.
The variety of options available and the number of teachers on the course guarantees an enriching experience for the students.
Level: basic course
Evaluation from 1st exam period (E1) = Continuous assessment
Individual work can be asked in cases of absence with special permission. This work could be a report, a video, some research or some remedial work such as a project or the organisation of a competition.
No 2nd exam period except on jury decision
N1 = Final mark from 1st exam period
N2 = Final mark from 2nd exam period
N1 = E1
N2 = N1
The course exists in the following branches:
Course ID : 3GMC0645
You can find this course among all other courses.
Méthode et langue d'enseignement
Approche globale (systémique, cognitiviste) et analytique (techniciste).
Langue : français
Method and language used:
Global Approach (systemic, cognitivist) and Analytical Approach (technicist).
Date of update June 5, 2015