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					                  Institute of Physical Education and Sports Science


Title of Course Unit         Aerobics

Code                         NBT_TN153G2

Department                   Institute of Physical Education and Sport Sciences

Semester                     1 semester

Contact Hours Weekly/Total   2

Prerequisites                Basic knowledge of English

ECTS Credits                 2

Language                     English

Mandatory/Elective           Elective

Contact Person               Vécseyné Kovách Magdolna - asst. lecturer

Course Description           Aerobic is a good tool to develop different conditional
                             skills, especially aerobic endurance and strengths and to
                             improve coordination.

                             The aim of the course is to give the theoretical and
                             practical knowledge of aerobic movements, type of
                             aerobics (basic aerobic, boxaerobic, stepaerobic, etc.).
                             By the end of this course, the student will be able to
                             present aerobic lessons for different groups, to use the
                             basic aerobic movements in PE lessons and in recreational
                             sports.

                             Aerobic exercise refers to exercise which is of relatively
                             low intensity, undertaken for a long duration. Aerobic
                             means "with oxygen", and refers to the use of oxygen in a
                             muscle's energy-generating process. Many types of
                             exercise are aerobic, and by definition are performed at
                             moderate levels of intensity for extended periods of time.
Assessment                   Type of class: practice
Title of Course Unit         Olympic Education

Code                         NBT_TE844G2

Department                   Institute of Physical Education and Sport Science,
                             Methodological Department
Semester                     5

Contact Hours Weekly/Total   2

ECTS Credits                 2

Language                     English

Mandatory/Elective           Elective

Contact Person               Bíró Melinda PhD candidate – college assistant professor

Course Description           The aim of course is to study the origin, the cultural and
                             religious or ritual background of the Olympic Games
                             and to study the history of establishing Olympic
                             movement in modern ages and now.
                             To introduce moral, aesthetic and multicultural values
                             and interesting features of the Olympic games. To make
                             students understand Olympic thoughts and ideas.
                             Examination of the background of Olympics.
                             Examination of the work of the International Olympic
                             Movement, the International Olympic Committee, The
                             national Olympic committees, the International Olympic
                             Academy, the Hungarian Olympic Academy, and the
                             Lausanne Olympic Museum. Possible areas of Olympic
                             education.
Readings                         1. Norbert Müller (1994) one Hundred Years of
                                    Olympic Congress 1894-1994. Lausanne
                                 2. David Wallechensky (1996) Summer Olympics,
                                    USA
                                 3. Be a champion in life! (2000)A project of the
                                    Foundation of Olympic and Sport Education
                                    (FOSE)Athene, Greece
Assessment                   Type of class:
                                    lecture
Title of Course Unit         Research Methods in Physical Education

Code                         NBT_TE739G2

Department                   Institute of Physical Education and Sport Sciences

Semester                     2 semesters

Contact Hours Weekly/Total   2

Prerequisites                Good command of English


ECTS Credits                 2

Language                     English

Mandatory/Elective           Elective

Contact Person               Vécseyné Kovách Magdolna - asst. lecturer

Course Description           The aim of the course is to introduce students the basic
                             research techniques applied in physical education and
                             sport sciences. They get acquinted with the most
                             important concepts, types of research, parts of the
                             research process, basic statistical and measurement
                             concepts in research. They will be able to search for
                             literature in a given topic and read and write scientific
                             papers.

Readings                     Jerry R. Thomas, Jack K. Nelson (1996) Research
                             Methods in Physical Activity, Human Kinetics


Assessment                   Type of class:
                             lecture
Title of Course Unit         Swimming and Water Sports 1.

Code                         NBT_TN151G2

Department                   Institute of Physical Education and Sport Science,
                             Methodological Department
Semester                     2

Contact Hours Weekly/Total   2

ECTS Credits                 2

Language                     English

Mandatory/Elective           Mondatory

Contact Person               Bíró Melinda PhD candidate – college assistant professor

Course Description           The aim of the course is to study the origin, the cultural,
                             religious and educational background of swimming, as well as
                             its modern and latest history, and to know the process of its
                             transformation into a race sport. Up-to-date problems of race
                             swimming.
                             The aim is that students know about the positive impact of
                             swimming on human organs, its role in personality
                             development and in forming healthy life style. They should
                             have an overall view on preventive and rehabilitative role of
                             swimming. They should get acquainted with swimming as a
                             recreational activity.
                             The main aim is to show the students the racing events of water
                             sports, furthermore, to study the theory of race organisation,
                             execution so that they can apply their knowledge in practice.
                             Theoretical and practical introduction with the basic techniques
                             of swimming. They study life saving, hygienic knowledge in
                             connection with swimming instruction on a basic level, as well
                             as rescuing from water, and self rescue. Aim is to give
                             information about prevention of water accidents, about
                             carrying swim, about approaching the injured and to try to get
                             free from a grab in practice. They should know rescuing
                             methods according to their swimming skills.
Readings                         1. Tóth, Á. (2006). The methodology of teaching
                                    swimming. Budapest. pp.210.
                                2. Costill DL, Maglischo EW, Richardson (1992)
                                   Swimming. Oxford.
Assessment                   Type of class:
                                   practice
Title of Course Unit         Teaching methods of swimming

Code                         NMT_TN123 G2

Department                   Institute of Physical Education and Sport Science,
                             Methodological Department
Semester                     1

Contact Hours Weekly/Total   2

ECTS Credits                 2

Language                     English

Mandatory/Elective           Elective

Contact Person               Bíró Melinda PhD candidate – college assistant professor

Course Description           The aim of the course is to study the methodology of
                             swimming as well as acclimatization of water.
                             Our aim is to show the students the peculiarities of
                             swimming and the adequate teaching methods. The main
                             aim is to show the students the theoretical and practical
                             point of teaching swimming, and give introduction with
                             the basic techniques of different strokes. We also like that
                             they can apply their knowledge in practice.




Readings                     Tóth, Á. (2006). The methodology of teaching swimming.
                             Budapest. pp.210.




Assessment                   Type of class:
                                   practice

				
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Description: Aerobic exercise for one hour before, and Apple can eat wheat bag (about 60% full), to ensure adequate strength. Aerobics warm-up before a full campaign. Jump process, pay attention to the standard action to avoid injury. Should always add water, people with low blood sugar, or glucose can drink some sports drinks.