This unit provides students with an exploration and experience of games and sports, including athletics, for participation and performance in contemporary physical activity and movement contexts. Students will develop an understanding of different types of games and sports, including athletics; experience the delivery of movement opportunities through games, sports, and athletics; use their knowledge and skills to apply movement concepts and strategies in games, sports and athletics; practice specialised movement skills and apply them in different movement situations; transfer movement concepts and strategies between games; modify games and activities for participation and skill development; and use feedback to improve performance in games, sports, and athletics. These concepts will be explored through theoretical understanding and participation in games, sports, and athletics.

Unit details

Location:
Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
SPE2200

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Contextualise and review different types of games and sports related to physical activity participation;  
  2. Design and demonstrate experiences to apply movement skills, concepts and strategies in games, sports, and athletics with responsibility and accountability;  
  3. Modify games and activities for participation and skill development for children with creativity and judgement; and  
  4. Develop and demonstrate activities to develop specialised movement skills in games, sports, and athletics.  

Assessment

Assessment type Description Grade
Test Online quizzes x 6 (auto graded) 40%
Assignment Sport Information Cards (Group Assessment) 30%
Presentation Instructional experience (Group Assessment) 30%

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