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Course Details

Course Code: SPHE351 Course ID: 4021 Credit Hours: 3 Level: Undergraduate

This course will help you learn how to teach the skills and strategies, and techniques and tactics of basketball. You’ll learn about approaches to coaching, including the games approach (an alternative to drills-based coaching), you’ll develop a season plan and a series of practice plans; and you’ll improve your ability to coach during games. This course is suitable for high school coaches and for serious club coaches, college coaches, and advanced coaches at the youth level.

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Current Syllabi

After successfully completing this course, students will fulfill the following Course Objectives:

CO1: Explain the relationship and difference between technical and tactical skills and describe the traditional games approaches to basketball practice.

CO2: Evaluate technical and tactical basketball skills in your players and make use of your evaluation results.

CO3: Evaluate, critique, and correct essential technical skills in basketball.

CO4: Evaluate, critique, and correct essential tactical skills in basketball.

CO5: Prepare effective season plans and individual practice plans.

CO6: Demonstrate proper game day preparation.

After successfully completing this course, students will fulfill the following Course Objectives:

CO1: Explain the relationship and difference between technical and tactical skills and describe the traditional games approaches to basketball practice.

CO2: Evaluate technical and tactical basketball skills in your players and make use of your evaluation results.

CO3: Evaluate, critique, and correct essential technical skills in basketball.

CO4: Evaluate, critique, and correct essential tactical skills in basketball.

CO5: Prepare effective season plans and individual practice plans.

CO6: Demonstrate proper game day preparation.

Book Title:Coaching Basketball Technical and Tactical Skills - the VitalSource e-book & ASEP code is provided inside the classroom
ISBN:9780736074322
Publication Info:VS-Human Kinetics
Author:ASEP / McGee, Kathy
Unit Cost:$58.56
Electronic ISBN:9781492590835
Electronic Unit Cost:$25.00
 

Previous Syllabi

Not current for future courses.