Sports Disciplines 1003

Course Objectives

The course aims to provide students with knowledge concerning the practical execution of sports. Students will acquire the following knowledge and skills:

  • Personal competence, understanding and the ability to employ the correct training methods in the student’s chosen sport.
  • Knowledge and experience in arranging, organising, teaching and providing guidance at various levels.
  • Insight into the norms, qualities and rules of the sport in question.

Course Description

The various sport disciplines are:
• Ball games
• Orienteering
• Soccer
• Athletics
• Basketball
• Play, dance and drama
• Outdoor life and outdoor activities
• Golf
• Water sports
• Indoor bandy
• Ski-games
• Cross-country skiing
• Telemark and alpine skiing/snowboarding
• Skating
• Volleyball
The course and its specific sport disciplines are under continuous evaluation and development. As a result, it is possible that 3 or 4 disciplines may be removed and new ones added to the course. The final list will be provided by the instructor at the start of the course; information will also be provided concerning the organisation of the courses.
Competence requirements:
A certain level of demonstrable skills will be required in some disciplines.

Learning Methods

A total of around 250 lectures spread over the academic year; students will be given more information at the beginning of the course.

Assessment Methods

The requirements for successful completion of the course are:
• A minimum of 80% attendance and active participation.
• Skills requirements, pass/fail.
• Portfolio assessment.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Carl-Magnus Nystad <>, last modified Liang Xiaoli - 01/12/2006