DESCRIPTION OF COURSE UNIT


1.

Code

Course unit title

Title of the degree programme

LLL17B000516

Health and Physical Activity

Elective subject


2.

Name of lecturer(s)

Departament(s)

Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Rimantas Minkevičius

Health and fitness center


3.

Cycle of course unit

Level of course unit

Type of course unit

I

1

Optional


4.

Mode of delivery

Year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered

Language of instruction

Face-to-face

1 semester

Lithuanian


5.

Study requirements

Prerequisites:

Co-requisites:

Work placement(s):

General secondary education

Not applicable

Not applicable


7.

Number of ECTS credits allocated

Student's workload

Contact work hours and planned learning activities

Independent work hours

6

162

50

112


8.

Purpose of the course unit

To provide students with knowledge about general patterns of human health and functional capabilities of individual systems and the factors affecting the physical well-being and quality of life.

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Teaching and learning methods

Assessment methods

1.Acquiring knowledge of health concepts and components of the subject.

The exercise, counseling, interpretation, individual and group work, practical modeling, self-study.

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2. To introduce the development of an active lifestyle needs without jeopardizing the recovery of personal health.

The exercise, counseling, interpretation, individual and group work, practical modeling, self-study.

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3.Third To provide knowledge about the most appropriate measures to strengthen the health and movement possibilities and limitations.

The exercise, counseling, interpretation, individual and group work, practical modeling, self-study.

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4. Be able to assess some of the functional systems of the body, using appropriate methods.

The exercise, counseling, interpretation, individual and group work, practical modeling, self-study.

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5. To be able to create individual eating and physical activity program for health education.

The exercise, counseling, interpretation, individual and group work, practical modeling, self-study.

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9.

Course contens

Topics

Contact work hours and planned learning activities

Independent work hours and tasks

Tasks

1. health and basic concepts

2

2

2

Literature study

Health and functional full-fledged lifestyle opportunities

2

2

4

Task performance

Lifestyle, environment and leisure

2

2

4

presentation

2. physical activity and health

2

2

2

Literature study

Physical and spiritual harmony. Fatigue and recovery

2

2

4

Task performance

Motor performance and health education is

2

2

4

presentation

3.exercising influence on the human body

2

2

2

Literature study

Functional systems of adaptation to exercise

2

2

4

Task performance

Exercising influence on the human capacity to work

2

2

4

presentation

4. Movements and management of

2

2

4

4

Literature study

Motor system-environment interaction

2

2

4

Task performance

Judesių mokymas ir lavinimas

2

2

4

presentation

5. Comprehensive health assessment

2

2

2

Literature study

Exercise intensity control and individual choice

2

2

6

Task performance

The body's physical fitness assessment (Rufje Dickens index, Harvard test)

2

2

6

presentation

6th Health promotion programming methodological orientations.

2

2

4

Literature study

Cardiovascular and respiratory systems, training

2

2

10

Task performance

Muscle strength training: methods and tools

2

2

10

presentation

7. Nutrition principles and basic rules

2

2

4

Literature study

Daily energy requirements and its determination

2

2

8

Task performance

Sources of energy. Calories

2

2

8

presentation

8. Health Risk Factors

2

2

2

Literature study

Stress. His methods of disposal. hedonism

2

2

4

Task performance

Household appliances, environment and hygiene

2

2

6

presentation

Assessment

2

2

Overall

16

32

2

2

52

 

112

 


10.

Assessment strategy

Weighting percentage

Period or date of assessment

Assessment criteria

Tasks performance in seminars

20

during the semester

Participation in discussions, tasks, preparation and delivery

Control work

30

during the semester

1. First Individual resting pulse setting.Individualus heart rate setting exercise effects Individual determination of aerobic capacity. Individual programming of movements and cardiovascular workout. 2. Second Individual strength programming of choosing the optimum weight resistance.

Examination

50

After the autumn and spring semester

26 open-ended questions in writing