Team sports: football, basketball, volleyball

A.Y. 2020/2021
16
Max ECTS
112
Overall hours
SSD
M-EDF/02
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
MODULO CALCIO:

·Soccer basic technique - Acquisition of technical and practical knowledge.
·Soccer individual tactics - Acquisition of technical and practical knowledge.
·Soccer - Acquisition of teaching methodological fundamentals.
·Acquisition of the basic concept of complex tactics.

MODULO PALLACANESTRO:
Obiettivi in Inglese
The course is aimed at launching team sports practice, particularly basketball, by means of a modern conception of learning such as motivating experiences for the student.
For these reasons, the objectives will be as follows:
-knowledge of basic individual moves in attack and defense;
-knowledge of team basics;
-knowledge of basketball as a team sport;
-knowledge of the requirements for a didactic planning;
In particular, the focus will be on the technical and tactical aspects of the teaching, the technics, so that the student will be able to explain and show basics and technical fundamentals as he will have acquired.

MODULO PALLAVOLO:
In this course the student should be able to set out the teaching, didactics and the practice of the volleyball by means of a modern conception of training made of advanced and innovative tools. In this fashion, the learning of the theory, methodology, and technical and tactical skills of this sport would be pleasantly appealing. The course id divided in two semesters, according to the overall programme published.
Expected learning outcomes
MODULO CALCIO:

·Performance of basic technique gestures with sufficient coordination.
·Performance of individual tactics gestures with sufficient coordination.
·Gaming system recognition.
·Planning of teaching units and/or training sessions.
·Training session management in respect of the three phases of the lesson (introduction, main core and conclusion) with sufficient competence.

MODULO PALLACANESTRO:
At the end of the course, the student will have acquired the following competences:
-knowledge of individual fundamentals of the basketball;
-knowledge of the fundamentals of the basketball as a team sports discipline;
-knowledge of the basketball as a team-game;
-knowledge of the requirements for a didactic planning;
Finally, the student will be to elaborate simple didactic paths aimed at the learning of the individual basics and the devising of a single lesson within an extensive and complete didactic planning.


MODULO PALLAVOLO:
At the end of this course, the student will have acquired specific competences on the basics of this sport, either on an individual- or team-standpoint. The learner will therefore be able to autonomously manage the teaching of the methodology, didactic, theory of the volleyball for young divisions, including their competitions and tournaments.
The student will be also able to deal with the supervision of the race, as a primary coach or by supporting teams playing in the official league of the Italian Federation of Volleyball
Course syllabus and organization

EDIZIONE 1

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups
4.Organizational and methodological strategies for planning. Observation and analysis of young and adult players (amateur and professional)

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Romani Massimo
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Bonfanti Luca

EDIZIONE 10

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Bardelli Marco
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours

EDIZIONE 2

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups
4.Organizational and methodological strategies for planning. Observation and analysis of young and adult players (amateur and professional)

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Romani Massimo
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Bonfanti Luca

EDIZIONE 3

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Zaninelli Mario
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Millefanti Andrea
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Bonfanti Luca

EDIZIONE 4

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups
4.Organizational and methodological strategies for planning. Observation and analysis of young and adult players (amateur and professional)

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Zaninelli Mario
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Bellini Luca
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Parazzoli Fabio

EDIZIONE 5

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups
4.Organizational and methodological strategies for planning. Observation and analysis of young and adult players (amateur and professional)

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
13.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
14.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation
15.Attack- defense. Defense zone, Objectives; defending a space not an attacker, advantages and disadvantages; simple examples of zone formation, even/uneven; defensive tactics; mixed and match up zones; how to attack. Simple ideas and collaborations
16.Organization: training. Choice of objective; season plan; planning monthly/weekly/daily work; daily session: learning progression; from the global to the particular: explanation and correction; examples
17.Organization: the match. How to prepare a match; the game plan; overview of scouting; the assistant's role
18.Exam: exam preparation, open discussion

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Frates Fabrizio
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Zisa Antonino

EDIZIONE 6

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups
4.Organizational and methodological strategies for planning. Observation and analysis of young and adult players (amateur and professional)

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
13.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
14.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation
15.Attack- defense. Defense zone, Objectives; defending a space not an attacker, advantages and disadvantages; simple examples of zone formation, even/uneven; defensive tactics; mixed and match up zones; how to attack. Simple ideas and collaborations
16.Organization: training. Choice of objective; season plan; planning monthly/weekly/daily work; daily session: learning progression; from the global to the particular: explanation and correction; examples
17.Organization: the match. How to prepare a match; the game plan; overview of scouting; the assistant's role
18.Exam: exam preparation, open discussion

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Frates Fabrizio
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Zisa Antonino

EDIZIONE 7

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1-on-1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours

EDIZIONE 8

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1vs1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.The team. Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
Afonso, J., Mesquita, I., Marcelino, R., Silva, D., & António, J. (2010). Analysis of the setter's tactical action in high-performance women's volleyball. Kinesiology : International journal of fundamental and applied kinesiology, 42(1), 82-89.
Agel, J., Palmieri-Smith, R. M., Dick, R., Wojtys, E. M., & Marshall, S. W. (2007). Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. J Athl Train, 42(2), 295-302.
Bobbert, M. F. (1990). Drop jumping as a training method for jumping ability. Sports Med, 9(1), 7-22.
Cornelius, H. R. (2016). Match Analysis of a Women's Volleyball Championship Game.
De Alcaraz, A. G., Valadés, D., & Palao, J. M. (2016). Evolution of Game Demands From Young to Elite Players in Men's Volleyball. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 12(6), 788-795.
Debien, P. B., Mancini, M., Coimbra, D. R., de Freitas, D. G. S., Miranda, R., & Filho, M. G. B. (2018). Monitoring Training Load, Recovery, and Performance of Brazilian Professional Volleyball Players During a Season. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1-23.
Dworak, L. B., Rzepnicka, A., Wilkosz, P., & Szczesny, Ł. (2010). Analysis of knee joint injuries of competitive volleyball players in selected sports clubs of Poznan city--biomechanical context. Synthesis--proposal for the usage of physiotherapy methods in the prevention of the discussed injuries. Chir Narzadow Ruchu Ortop Pol, 75(1), 35-41.
Eerkes, K. (2012). Volleyball injuries. Curr Sports Med Rep, 11(5), 251-256.
Escamilla, R. F., & Andrews, J. R. (2009). Shoulder muscle recruitment patterns and related biomechanics during upper extremity sports. Sports Med, 39(7), 569-590.
Giatsis, G., Kollias, I., Panoutsakopoulos, V., & Papaiakovou, G. (2004). Biomechanical differences in elite beach-volleyball players in vertical squat jump on rigid and sand surface. Sports Biomechanics / International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, 3(1), 145-158.
Gortsila, E., Theos, A., Nesic, G., & Maridaki, M. (2013). Effect of Training Surface on Agility and Passing Skills of Prepubescent Female Volleyball Players. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, 3, 128.
Hrysomallis, C. (2007). Relationship between balance ability, training and sports injury risk. Sports Med, 37(6), 547-556.
James, L. P., Kelly, V. G., & Beckman, E. M. (2014). Injury risk management plan for volleyball athletes. Sports Med, 44(9), 1185-1195.
Jastrzebski, Z., Wnorowski, K., Mikolajewski, R., Jaskulska, E., & Radziminski, L. (2014). The effect of a 6-week plyometric training on explosive power in volleyball players. Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity, 6(2), 79.
Jeoung, B. (2017). Relationship between sitting volleyball performance and field fitness of sitting volleyball players in Korea. Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation, 13(6), 647-652.
Kilic, O., Maas, M., Verhagen, E., Zwerver, J., & Gouttebarge, V. (2017). Incidence, aetiology and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball: A systematic review of the literature. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(6), 765-793.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010a). Physical and physiological attributes of female volleyball players--a review. J Strength Cond Res, 24(7), 1963-1973.
Lidor, R., & Ziv, G. (2010b). Physical characteristics and physiological attributes of adolescent volleyball players-a review. Pediatr Exerc Sci, 22(1), 114-134.
Moreira, A., Freitas, C. G., Nakamura, F. Y., Drago, G., Drago, M., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Effect of Match Importance on Salivary Cortisol and Immunoglobulin A Responses in Elite Young Volleyball Players. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 27(1), 202.
Pedowitz, D. I., Reddy, S., Parekh, S. G., Huffman, G. R., & Sennett, B. J. (2008). Prophylactic bracing decreases ankle injuries in collegiate female volleyball players. Am J Sports Med, 36(2), 324-327.
Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
Reeser, J. C., Verhagen, E., Briner, W. W., Askeland, T. I., & Bahr, R. (2006). Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries. Br J Sports Med, 40(7), 594-600.
Seminati, E., & Minetti, A. E. (2013). Overuse in volleyball training/practice: A review on shoulder and spine-related injuries. Eur J Sport Sci, 13(6), 732-743.
Sheppard, J. M., Cronin, J. B., Gabbett, T. J., McGuigan, M. R., Etxebarria, N., & Newton, R. U. (2008). Relative importance of strength, power, and anthropometric measures to jump performance of elite volleyball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 22(3), 758-765.
Silva, M., Marcelino, R., Lacerda, D., & João, P. V. (n.d.). Match Analysis in Volleyball: a systematic review. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5(1), 35-46.
Smith, C. E., Nyland, J., Caudill, P., Brosky, J., & Caborn, D. N. M. (2008). Dynamic trunk stabilization: a conceptual back injury prevention program for volleyball athletes. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther, 38(11), 703-720.
Van Haaren, J., Ben Shitrit, H., Davis, J., & Fua, P. (2016). Analyzing Volleyball Match Data from the 2014 World Championships Using Machine Learning Techniques. In Proceedings of the 22Nd ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (pp. 627-634). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
Professor: Bardelli Marco
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours

EDIZIONE 9

Responsible
Lesson period
year
If the emergency phase does not allow the provision of face-to-face teaching style adoption, the lessons will be held in a synchronous mode through the on-line platform Microsoft Teams and they will follow the same timetable as previously assigned.
The didactic material (slides showed during lessons) will be available on Ariel platform. The course program and the didactic material will not change.
The exam will be held in oral form and will evaluate the topics covered during the course, using the on line platform Microsoft Teams or, if the pandemic rules will allow, the exam will be in presence in a practical form.
The exam will aim to verify student's knowledge and comprehension abilities. It will be also verified the language competency and the exposure skills.
Course syllabus
FOOTBALL MODULE
1.Individual technique and tactics. Kicking the ball, goal kick, cross, long pass, placed kick, restart; footwork: feint, dribbling, mastering the ball, feint before reception, stop, defense; heading, head strike; recovering: anticipation, interception, tackle; unmarking: evasion of marking, taking position, exam of marking 1-on-1; throw-in; goalie techniques
2.Fundamentals of collective tactics: 2-on-2, 4-on-4, principles and didactics of game dynamics
3.Structuring the learning unit: work session phases; planning and periodization for different age groups

BASKETBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Basketball as game sport. Which player, which training for which player? Basic rules
3.Mapping basketball. Sharing a common language
4.Basics of attack. The shot: technique and tactics, mechanics and development; dribbling: techniques and tactics, fast pass, protected pass, backward pass; stop and go in dribbling, changing hands, feints; passing: technique and tactics, circle pass, piercing and through pass, fake pass
5.1-on-1 dribbling: technique and tactics. Finishing: restart dribbling, close up, separated
6.1-on-1 reception: technique and tactics. Reception, take, stops, pivot foot and starts; zero step; finishing: jump shot, close up, separated
7.1-on-1 shoulders: technique and tactics. Taking and keeping stance; reception and pivot foot; backward pass; finishing
8.Attacking without ball. Basketball stance. Crossover, changing direction and speed; cuts; fakes; rebound attacks
9.1-on-1 without ball: playing to receive. Unmarking and cuts: direct reception, front cut, back door; fakes; attack rebound
10.Basic individual player defense moves against player with ball. Basketball stance, gliding and changing guard; use of hands and distance from opponent; penetration line; box-out on shooter
11.Basic individual player defense moves against player without ball. Basketball stance: right place at right time; use of hands and distance from opponent; defense triangle; ball side, help side; pass line, ball line; close out, breaking the cuts; help and recovery; box-out
12.From 1-on-1 to 3-on-3. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration: spacing: giving and taking space for playing; penetration and unloading; give and go; giving and changing; giving and following; screening a teammate without the ball: overview; blocking the ball, pick and roll overview; attack rebound and defensive balance; transition defense: mindset; outnumbering 1-on-0, 2-on-1, 3-on-2, 3-on-3: Olympic sports; rules
13.5-on-5. Playing by individual initiative and collaboration.
14.The grid. A model for promoting the knowledge and teaching of basketball through question and answer.
15.Progression learning. From game to drill. Defining objectives: explanation, demonstrations, correction and evaluation

VOLLEYBALL MODULE
1.Introduction
2.Motor skills in volleyball. Lunge and reach. Didactics in the techniques of movement
3.Passing - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs; movement passing
4.Dig - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, movement; dig during the game: overhand dig, reception and defensive play (dives)
5.Serve - theory, technique, didactics. Practicing the technique: upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, serving the ball, action of the free limb, striking the ball; the serve: underhand, overhand, jump float, topspin
6.Attack - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, hit, landing, attack during the game: attack time, trajectory of spikes, technique based on player position
7.Block - theory, technique, didactics. Individual practice in the technique: approach, upper limbs, trunk, lower limbs, translocations; the block during a game: line of attack, defense
8.The match - theory, technique, didactics. Game modules (reception and defense); attack and defense
9.Measurement and analysis of performance. Overview of score/scout. Match analysis.
10.Physical preparation. For training, competition, accident prevention
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
Theoretical and practical frontal lectures, exercises and practical didactic simulations.
Teaching Resources
FOOTBALL MODULE:
AA.VV, La Didattica del giuoco del calcio, Tecnica e tattica secondo Coverciano. Ed. Correre.
AA.VV, Guida Tecnica per le Scuole Calcio. www.figc.it
M. Monteleone, M.A. Ortega Jimenez, La costruzione di un modello di gioco. Ed. Allenatore.net.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, Analisi e riflessioni sull'organizzazione difensiva e sistemi di gioco. Ed. Correre.
F. Ferrari, Elementi di Tattica Calcistica, considerazioni sulla fase offensiva: organizzazione e proposte didattiche. Ed. Correre.
E. Arcelli, Appunti di Teoria dei Giochi Sportivi. Freemedia.
F. Casolo, Lineamenti di Teoria e Metodologia del Movimento Umano. Vitaepensiero.

BASKETBALL MODULE:
E. Messina, Basket, uomini ed altri pianeti. ADD Editore.
E. Messina, Basket. Zanichelli.
E. Messina, Diventare coach. Ed. Sipintegrazioni.
E. Messina, Dialogo sul team. Baldini Castoldi
A. Capobianco, Insegnare la pallacanestro. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Insegnare il minibasket. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Cremonini, Un metodo facile per apprendere il gioco. Insegnare la pallacanestro a scuola. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Primo. La difesa. Ed. Mediterranee.
G. Primo. L'attacco. Ed. Mediterranee.
D. Peterson, Basket essenziale. Ed. Giganti del basket.
D. Peterson, Basket illustrato. Conti Editore.
F. Buffa, Black Jesus. Castelvecchi.
P. Jackson, Basket e Zen. Libreria dello sport.
K. A. Jabbar, Coach Wooden and me. ADD Editore.

VOLLEYBALL MODULE:
M. Mencarelli, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allievo-allenatore. Primo livello giovanile. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
FIPAV, Le guide della pallavolo. Manuale allenatore di primo grado. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Mencarelli, La preparazione fisica nella pallavolo. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Marchetti, Eserciziario della pallavolo. 352 esercitazioni per la costruzione di sedute di allenamento originali ad ogni livello. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
A. Guidetti, G. Guidetti, La pallavolo vincente dalla serie A al minivolley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Il nuovo sistema pallavolo: tecnica, tattica e didattica con esercitazioni pratiche.
Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
M. Paolini, Volley, sempre volley, fortissimamente volley. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
G. Cometti, Manuale di potenziamento muscolare per gli sport di squadra. Ed. Calzetti Mariucci.
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Pérez-Turpin, J. A., Zmijewski, P., Jimenez-Olmedo, J. M., Jové-Tossi, M. A., Martnez-Carbonell, A., Suárez-Llorca, C., & Andreu-Cabrera, E. (2014). Effects of whole body vibration on strength and jumping performance in volleyball and beach volleyball players. Biol Sport, 31(3), 239-245.
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Vlantes, T. G., & Readdy, T. (2017). Using Microsensor Technology to Quantify Match Demands in Collegiate Women's Volleyball. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3266.
Vuorinen, K. (2018). Modern volleyball analysis and training periodization.
Ziv, G., & Lidor, R. (2010). Vertical jump in female and male volleyball players: a review of observational and experimental studies. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 20(4), 556-567.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam with closed questions and brief answers. Oral exam with interview and discussion of the content covered on the practical exam. Practical exam with exercises led by the student according to the lesson plan on an assigned topic. The student will demonstrate knowledge of and know how to apply and appropriately correct technical-tactical and didactic elements of the main team sports. The final grade is based on the weighted mean of the grade obtained on each learning module.
BASKETBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours
FOOTBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
VOLLEYBALL
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 5
Lessons: 35 hours