LEED1011 – LEED1022 Skills in Sport and Outdoor Activites – Theory and Practice
Module Code: LEED 1011, 1012, 1014, 1015, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1021 & 1022
Aimed at: all students
Module Credits: 10
Teaching period: Semesters 1 & 2
This module offers a unique chance to learn the skills of a new sport or activity, to learn about your own style of learning and to apply this to another of your academic modules. As you gain the necessary skills you will be looking at how you acquire these skills and methods of improving your competency and the way you learn. You apply these to one of your second semester modules by producing a plan to improve your involvement, learning and grade. The final piece of coursework is to examine and evaluate your plan.
Activities currently available are: –
- Traditional sports – dance, badminton, table tennis & squash
- Adventure sports – canoeing/kayaking, orienteering and rock climbing.
- A multi outdoor activities (MOA) option that includes weekend residentials at the University centres in the Lake District & Yorkshire Dales. It includes canoeing/kayaking, fell walking, scrambling, caving, day and night orienteering, geocaching and climbing sessions.
- First Aid & Incident Management
You must be a complete beginner in the sport or activity you choose and for the MOA option a novice in the majority of the activities.
Designated a Special Skills module, and so available to students across all degree programmes and years.
Module Enrolment dates for 2015/2016 are as follows:
NB. You may only enrol on one of these modules.
Optional modules – (Sport & Exercise Science students)
Tues 12 May – Fri 14 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 3
Wed 13 June – Fri 14 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 2
Wed 2 Sept – Thurs 24 Sept for undergraduate students going into Year 1
Discovery Modules – (all other students)
Tues 7 July – Thurs 24 Sept