Course: Volleyball

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Course title Volleyball
Course code KTS/VO
Organizational form of instruction Tutorial
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 1
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Kielberger Pavel, Mgr.
Course content
Volleyball is intended for students of all faculties and years of studies, for beginners as well as for advanced players, who want to acquire basic playing activities of individuals, game systems and volleyball rules, or want to develop their acquired skills. Classes are always held with a view to the level of performance of the group and the individuals.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Collaborative instruction, One-to-One tutorial
  • Practical training (number of hours) - 26 hours per semester
prerequisite
professional knowledge
Basic knowledge and skills of P.E. obtained at basic and secondary school.
learning outcomes
Beginners - classes are orientated on basic playing activities of individuals, e.g. striking off the ball with two hands from above and from the bottom, low service, practising single block, smashing the ball from zones IV and II and high and semi-high passing the ball, passing the ball in front of and behind the player, passing the ball with two hands from the bottom. Practice game, basic game system, explanation of rules and basic tactics. Constitutional volleyball players ? classes are orientated on the practice and improvement of playing activities, e.g. passing the ball after motion, passing the ball by striking off the ball with two hands after motion, high service, taking the ball in the field, practising groups in double block, smashing the ball against single and double block from zones IV and II, smashing after rapid passing of the ball, basic combinations, practice game and rules. Efficiency volleyball players ? this group is intended for students who have already acquired some of the volleyball skills. Classes have the character of sports training and are orientated on the participation of players in competetions of the University of West Bohemia ? ZČU, SPVŠ and AM. Further development of the playing activities of individuals is the main objective of the specialized preparation, e.g. passing the ball after motion, ?jumping? service, practising groups in double and triple blocks, smashing the ball after rapid passing of the ball in all zones, covering and taking the ball in the field, changing places during defence in the field and the net, playing combinations, grounding game, explanation of rules, preparatory championships, working as referees (competitions of ZČU, SPVŠ and AM).
teaching methods
Collaborative instruction
One-to-One tutorial
assessment methods
Skills demonstration during field trip
Skills demonstration during practicum
Recommended literature
  • Císař, Václav. Volejbal : technika a taktika hry, průpravná cvičení. 1. vyd. Praha : Grada, 2005. ISBN 80-247-0502-8.
  • Haník, Z. Volejbal 1 : (Herní dovednosti a kondice v tréninku mládeže). [Praha] : Český volejbalový svaz, 2004.
  • Haník, Zdeněk. Volejbal : viděno třemi : od základních odbití po herní činnosti. 1. vyd. Praha : Grada, 2008. ISBN 978-80-247-2744-8.
  • Kaplan, Oldřich. Volejbal : technika, pravidla, herní systémy, průpravná cvičení. Praha : Grada, 1999. ISBN 80-7169-762-1.
  • Kaplan, Oldřich. Volejbal. 2. upr. vyd. Praha : Český ústřední výbor ČSTV, 1988.


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