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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to reinforce the ability to perceive the movement of one's body. Particularly as a movement aparatus in relation to a space. Movement experience is compared to the anatomical and physiological nature of the human body.
Mode of study
Lectures, exercises, classes.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
To complete this course, extensive movement experience, the best in dance, is necessary.
This course is a continuation of Kinesiology 1. This course provides information about the fundamental aspects of human movement and its control mechanisms. Aside from a description of physiological characteristics for movement activity, students are introduced to the basics of movement pathology. Lectures cover the following topics:
Analysis and function of the axial system.
Kinesiology of the upper limbs.
Kinesiology of the lower limbs.
Physical stress systems.
Fundamentals of Patho-kinesiology.
Fundamentals of Sports kinesiology.
Recommended or required reading
Dylevský, I::Funkční anatomie člověka, Praha 1996-98.
Fenajs, H.: obrazový anatomický slovník, Grada 1999.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on:
activity in class and exercises
Conditions for successfull completions of the course:
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Dance Pedagogy (Bc) (required subject with the possibility of repeat registration)
- Dance Pedagogy (Bc) - Classical Dance (required subject with the possibility of repeat registration)
- Dance Pedagogy (Bc) - Modern Dance (required subject with the possibility of repeat registration)
- Dance Pedagogy (Bc) - Folk Dance (required subject with the possibility of repeat registration)