ESS-101b Badminton

Course Description:
This course provides students the opportunity to learn basic skills necessary to play badminton both as an individual and dual sport. It will also include the history, materials and equipment, basic rules of the game, coaching and officiating and strategies of playing individual and dual events. Training for fitness and injury prevention will be tackled as preparation for rigorous activities. This course will also include the Oceania sport education program which focus on community coach and official training program.

A. PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOs)

The student will be able to:
1.  Determine healthy lifestyles by describing the value of physical activity to a healthful   lifestyle and participating in regular physical activity for at least one semester.
2.  Demonstrate professionalism, interpersonal skills, teamwork, leadership and          decision making skills.

B.        STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES - GENERAL
The student will be able to :

    1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of badminton including the origin of the sport, equipments and materials, and rules of the game.
    2. Demonstrate the fundamental skills necessary to perform a variety of skills in badminton.
    3.  Identify strengths and weaknesses in fitness level  and demonstrate principles of training that help them to prevent injuries and improve  performance during demonstration and actual games.
    1. Exhibit the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie and demonstrate the basic knowledge in coaching / officiating activities through a sports mini-tournament.

SLO

PLO 1

PLO 2

1

I,D

I

2

I,D,M

I,D,M

3

I,D

D, M

4

I,D

I,D

I = Introduced
D = Demonstrated
M = Mastered

C.        STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES (SLOS):  SPECIFIC
The student will be able to: 

  1.                          General SLO 1.  Demonstrate  basic knowledge of badminton  including the origin of the   
  2.                              sport, equipments and materials, and rules of the game.
  1.                        Student Learning Outcomes
  2.  

Assessment Strategies

1.1. Explain the history and origin of the sport badminton.

Quiz,

1.2. List and give the characteristics of the equipment and materials used in badminton.

Quiz,

1.3. Illustrate and give the measurements of the playing court.

Illustration-Project
With rubric

1.4. Explain and interpret correctly the basic rules of the game as applied in coaching and officiating.

 Practicum with rubric

 

General SLO 2.  Demonstrate the fundamental skills necessary to perform a variety of skills in badminton.

  1.                        Student Learning Outcomes
  2.  

Assessment Strategies

2.1. Enumerate and demonstrate the different skills for badminton.

Practicum with rubrics

2.2. Execute the proper mechanics and body movements in playing badminton.

Practicum with rubrics

2.3. Demonstrate the different hand grips for badminton.

Practicum with rubrics

2.4. Execute correctly the different kinds of service and strokes in playing.

Practicum with rubrics

 

General SLO 3. Identify strengths and weaknesses in fitness level  and acquire the principles of training that help them to prevent injuries and improve their performance during demonstration and actual games.
               

  1.                        Student Learning Outcomes
  2.  

Assessment Strategies

3.1. Identify their strengths and weaknesses for sports related fitness through testing of agility & speed (via T-
test), cardio-respiratory endurance (via Rockport test), flexibility (via sit and reach test), and power (via Vertical jump test) and tournament competition.

Pre-post physical fitness testing
Separate manual for performance target
as rubrics

3.2. Describe the importance of physical preparation and identify the necessary measures for sports injury prevention.

Test item

               
General SLO 4. Exhibit the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and camaraderie and demonstrate the basic knowledge in coaching / officiating  and administration in sports activities or mini-tournament. (Oceania Sports Education Program -OSEP)
               

  1.                        Student Learning Outcomes
  2.  

Assessment Strategies

4.1. Exhibit the values of sportsmanship and apply the rules of the game in coaching and officiating a mini-            tournament competition.

Practicum with rubrics

4.2. Participate actively in a mini-tournament as a learning experience.

Class attendance record

4.3.Demonstrate proper techniques and make accurate calls as a line judge during a game.

Practicum with rubrics

 

D.        COURSE CONTENT
           

      1. Brief  history of Badminton
      2. Specification and measurement of materials and equipments
        1. Racket
        2. Net
        3. Bird/ Shuttlecock
        4. Playing court
        5. Posts
      3. Physical fitness test and training
        1. agility
        2. cardio-respiratory endurance
        3. speed
        4. flexibility
        5. muscular power
      4. Hand grip
        1. Western/ orthodox grip
        2. Eastern grip
      5. Footwork technique
        1. V front and V back
        2. Forward and backward
        3. Sideward - Right/Left
      6. Strokes
        1. Lob shot
        2. Drop shot
        3. Drive shot
        4. Netting
        5. Smash
      7. Rules of the game
        1. Service
        2. Scoring
        3. Conduct of players
        4. Do’s and don’ts in playing
      8. Game strategies
        1. Importance of physical exercise
        2. Offensive and defensive play techniques
      9. Basic coaching and officiating
        1. Training for players
        2. Prevention and care of athletic injuries
        3. Refereeing
        4. Scoring
        5. Line judging

E. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
Demonstration, participation in mini-tournament, lecture, individual assignments, film showing.
F.  Required Text(s) and COURSE Materials

  1. International Badminton Federation: http://www.ibf.org./
  2. Handouts prepared by the Instructor

G. REFERENCE MATERIALS
1. Badminton Oceania Manuals
2. Oceania Badminton modules for teachers

H. INSTRUCTIONAL COSTS:
None  

I. EVALUATION
None

J. CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
None

 

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