Curriculum.

Course title Physical education 2
Code Z114
Status Exercises (two hours per week)
Level Basic
Year 1. Semester 2.
ECTS 1 ECTS credit
Lecturer Josip Cvenić, Senior Lecturer
Course objective Maintence of motor and functional abilities, and acquiring new motor and theoretical knowledge in the physical education field
Prerequisites No prerequisites
Learning outcomes: After successfully completed course, students will be able to:

  1. know the difference between anaerobic and  aerobic training,
  2. recognize the impact of each exercises on the muscle group,
  3. to prepare training and training load according to their possibilities,
  4.  demonstrate the complex of warm-up exercises,
  5. apply the knowledge and principles of regular exercise in their leisure time,
  6.  calculate body mass index,
  7. arrange your own exercise program,
  8. compare own results with the PE standards and other students
Teaching activity ECTS Learning outcome Students activity Methods of evaluation Points
min max
Class attendance 1 1-8 Class attendance  Evidence list (handwritten signature of the student) 15  30
Knowledge test (preliminary exam) Preparation for written examination Written  preliminary exam
Final exam Repetition of teaching materials Oral exam (and written exam)
Total 1  15 30
Consultations Every Thursday 12.00 – 13.00 in office nr.27, Department of Mathematics
Gained competencies Understanding basic forms of physical exercise and application in daily life. Based on the initial condition to create a program with the adjusted kinesiology facilities. Adopt theoretical information about healthy lifestyles, proper nutrition, and the bad influence sedentary behavior. Acquire the habit of daily and regular physical exercise.
Content (Course curriculum) Curriculum consists of a set of various kinesiology activities can be divided into basic and specialized curriculum. Students opting with regard to interest, the level of motor skills, level of ability, health status and material conditions on the university and the department. The basic program consists of kinesiology activities (fitness, aerobics, athletics, basketball, football, volleyball, dance structures, swimming, handball, table tennis, ..) while special programs consist of activities that have been less common in the curricula of primary and secondary schools (ice skating, beach volleyball, mountain hiking tours, tennis, karate, taekwondo, squash, bowling …).
Recommended reading
  1. Pearl, B., Moran G. T. (2009). Trening s utezima, Gopal d.o.o, Zagreb
Additional reading
  1. Caput – Jogunica, R., Bagarić I., Babić D., Ćurković S., Špehar N., Alikalfić V. Nastavni plan i program tjelesne i zdravstvene kulture u visokom obrazovanju (skripta). Zagreb, 2007.
  2. Delija K., K. Pleša (2004). Vrednovanje u području edukacije. U V. Findak (ur.), 13. ljetna škola kineziologa Republike Hrvatske, Rovinj, 2004. (str. 22-28). Hrvatski kineziološki savez
  3. Findak, V. (1999). Metodika tjelesne i zdravstvene kulture. Zagreb: Školska knjiga
  4. Findak, V. (2004). Vrednovanje u području edukacije, sporta i sportske rekreacije. U V. Findak (ur.), 13. ljetna škola kineziologa Republike Hrvatske, Rovinj, 2004. (str. 12-20). Hrvatski kineziološki savez
  5. Janković, V., N . Marelić (1995). Odbojka. Zagreb:Fakultet za fizičku kulturu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Milanović, D. (ur.) (1996). Fitnes. Zbornik radova međunarodnog znanstveno-stručnog savjetovanja of fitnesu, 5. zagrebački sajam sporta, Fakultet za fizičku kulturu, Zagreb
  6. Jukić I., G. Marković (2005). Kondicijske vježbe s utezima. Zagreb: Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.
  7. Mišigoj-Duraković, M. (2008). Kinantropologija. Zagreb: Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.
  8. Volčanšek, B. (1996). Sportsko plivanje (Udžbenik), Fakultet za fizičku kulturu, Zagreb.
  9. Vukić, Ž., Jančić S., Vukić Ž. (1997). Model ustroja nastave tjelesne i zdravstvene kulture i športa na visokim učilištima (skripta). Osijek, Ekonomski fakultet Osijek.
Instructional methods Practical exercises on different sport indoor and outdoor areas
Exam formats Regular attendance of classes (80%)
Language Croatian (language of teaching). English and German (possible )
Quality control and successfulness follow up Anonymous student survey
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