Year
2021
Units
4.5
Contact
1 x 1-hour practical-1 weekly
1 x 1-hour practical-2 weekly
1 x 1-hour practical-3 weekly
Prerequisites
1 Admission into BEDMSSBA-B Education (Middle & Secondary Schooling), B Arts
1a Admission into BEDMSSBHS-B Education (Middle & Secondary Schooling), B Health Sciences
1b Admission into BEDMSSBSC-B Education (Middle & Secondary Schooling), B Science
1c Admission into BEDPRBA-Bachelor of Education (Primary), Bachelor of Arts
1d Admission into BEDECBA-Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood), Bachelor of Arts
1e Admission into BEDSBA-Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Arts
1f Admission into BEDSBHS-Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Health Sciences
1g Admission into BEDSBSC-Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Science
1h Admission into BEDMSSEBDS-B Education (Middle & Secondary/Special Ed), B Disability Studies
1i Admission into BSHPA-Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity
1j Admission into BAEPRP-Bachelor of Arts (Education (Primary) Pathway)
1k Admission into BEDSBSE-Bachelor of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Special Education
1l Admission into BAMTEC-Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)
1m Admission into BAMTPR-Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching (Primary)
1n Admission into BAMTS-Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching (Secondary)
1o Admission into BAESP-Bachelor of Arts (Education (Secondary) Pathway)
1p Admission into BEXS-Bachelor of Exercise Science
1q Admission into BEXSMCEXP-Bachelor of Exercise Science, Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
1r Admission into BAMTPRP - Bachelor of Arts conditional entry to Master of Teaching (Primary R-7)
1s Admission into BECE-Bachelor of Early Childhood Education - Birth to 8
1t Admission into BEDSHPE-Bachelor of Education (Secondary Health and Physical Education)
1u Admission into BEDPR-Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e or 1f or 1g or 1h or 1i or 1j or 1k or 1l or 1m or 1n or 1o or 1p or 1q or 1r or 1s or 1t or 1u))
Enrolment not permitted
HLPE2517 has been successfully completed
Assumed knowledge
Basic literacy and referencing skills.
Assessment
Examination(s) (% weighting = 25%) , Practical group presentations
Topic description

This topic draws upon historical, sociological and educational understandings to critically analyse the construction of movement as an essential component of physical education and sport. Students will apply the theoretical constructs of the topic by participating in a variety of applied activities (dance, athletics and gymnastics), with a particular focus on adaptive practices.

Educational aims

The students will be provided the opportunity to:

  • Analyse the relationships between movement constructions in physical education, sport and sociological contexts
  • Consider issues associated with teaching and coaching pedagogies in relation to the range of contexts pertinent to physical education and sport
  • Situate themselves in relation to the content and applied experiences within the topic as preparation for future professional experiences and industry placements
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic you will be expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate understanding of how particular teaching and coaching pedagogies and forms of content contribute to a diversity of movement experiences
  2. Demonstrate understanding and critical awareness of how physical education teachers and sport coaches reinforce and challenge social and cultural constructions relating to movement
  3. Apply theoretical constructs of the topic by teaching/coaching across a variety of applied activities (dance, athletics and gymnastics), with a particular focus on adaptive practices

Key dates and timetable

(1), (2)

Each class is numbered in brackets.
Where more than one class is offered, students normally attend only one.

Classes are held weekly unless otherwise indicated.

FULL

If you are enrolled for this topic, but all classes for one of the activities (eg tutorials) are full,
contact your College Office for assistance. Full classes frequently occur near the start of semester.

Students may still enrol in topics with full classes as more places will be made available as needed.

If this padlock appears next to an activity name (eg Lecture), then class registration is closed for this activity.

Class registration normally closes at the end of week 2 of each semester.

Classes in a stream are grouped so that the same students attend all classes in that stream.
Registration in the stream will result in registration in all classes.
  Unless otherwise advised, classes are not held during semester breaks or on public holidays.