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Roger Scharpf: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016

Name Dr. Roger Scharpf
Address
Inst. f. Bewegungswiss. und Sport
ETH Zürich, HCP H 26.2
Leopold-Ruzicka-Weg 4
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 632 42 25
E-mailroger.scharpf@hest.ethz.ch
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
376-2019-00LApplied Movement Analysis Information 2 credits2GR. Scharpf, S.  Lorenzetti
AbstractBased on practical examples out of sport, everyday movement and therapy, students use and compare different methods of movement analysis.
ObjectiveStudents are able to assess human movement using different methods of movement analysis.
ContentDuring the course students get acquainted with different methods of movement analysis such as: functional, morphological, clinical, mechanical, and others.
Based on practical examples, these methods are used and compared. The examples range from sport, everyday movement and therapy, such as hockey, gymnastics, acrobatics, badminton, gait / running and strength training. In the first phase of the class, the different approaches are applied. In the second phase, small teams are working on individual projects. These will be discussed and presented in plenum.
Lecture notesClass material will be distributed using the moodle platform.
557-0203-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Mentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A and B is compulsory
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
Objectiveplanning and organization of a longer period of instruction in school.
Contentconnection of educational goals and instruction
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
557-0204-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Sport B Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Mentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A and B is compulsory.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
Objectiveplanning and organization of a longer period of instruction in school
Contentconnection of educational goals and instruction
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
557-0205-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus Sport A Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Sport for Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractPedagogical application of research projects for schools
Introduction of sports pedagogical oriented research projects. Competency to a youth friendly movement and sports education. Competent 'pedagogical application' of research projects in the field of movement and sport. Feed in of scientific findings to school lesson settings.
ObjectiveThe students combine and apply general educational aims with a general and specific background of research projects.
They know different educational concepts of the above mentioned, recognise its strengths and weaknesses and are able to apply concepts appropriate to the situation.
They are interested in the (thought-) processes of education and research in sports in Switzerland.
They use their knowledge of research matters to guide educational thought-processes.
They are interested in processes of research in sports.
They approach the research interest of their pupils with the knowledge of sports psychology, sports sociology, sports pedagogy, and sports history.
ContentDie Studierenden wenden die Bewegungs- und Lernziele des Sportunterrichts aus den kantonalen Lehrplänen im Unterricht an und können diese begründen.
Sie interessieren sich für die Prozesse der Forschung Im Sport
Sie erlernen anhand von Projektaufgaben die didaktische Anwendung der Sportpsychologie, Sportsoziologie, Sportpädagogik und Sportgeschichte und ziehen daraus Konsequenzen für den situativ-variabel orientierten Unterricht.
Sie setzen ihr Wissenschaftswissen ein, um bei den Lernenden Denkprozessen anzustoßen und zu begleiten.
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
LiteratureLiteraturverweise erfolgen jeweils in den gewählten Fachbereichen
Prerequisites / NoticeAuswahl von 2 aus 4 Angeboten:
a) Motor-Learning im Sport (Fachbereich Sportpsychologie)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
b) Sport im Spannungsfeld zwischen Ethik und Kommerz (Fachbereich Sportsoziologie)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
c) Mehrperspektivität im Sportunterricht (Fachbereich Sportpädagogik)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
d) Historische Entwicklung der Lehr und Lernmodell im Sportunterricht (Fachbereich Sportgeschichte)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
Alle Wahlfachangebote beinhalten:
- Sportwissenschaftliche Fachpraxis
- Praktische Umsetzung der Erkenntnisse für die Schule
557-0206-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus Sport B Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Sport for Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractRefurbishment of research projects dealing with motor competencies in sport and professional scientific content related to this area. Competent "didactical implementation" of research content. The Fachwissenschaftliche Vertiefung II orientates itself to the guiding principles of cognitive, conditional and coordination aspects of movement.
Objectiveconnetion of sport and human movement science and educational instruction.
Contentscientificic analysis of sports disciplines in order to improve instruction
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
Literaturesee specific subjects
Prerequisites / NoticeMentorated paper in selected sports disciplines.
557-0208-00LTeaching Internship Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.
8 credits17PO. Graf, R. Scharpf
AbstractThe teaching practice takes in 50 lessons: 30 are taught by the students, and the students sit in on 20 lessons. The teaching practice lasts 4-6 weeks. It gives students the opportunity to implement the contents of their specialist-subject, educational science and subject-didactics training in the classroom. Students also conduct work assignments in parallel to their teaching practice.
ObjectiveStudents use their disciplinary skills and educational knowledge for teaching.
They know how to judge topics of their subject and can present them in class.
Teaching and classroom management in practice is the main target of this course; students have to find a balance between instruction and self-determined activity of their pupils.
Together with their supervisors they learn to assess their tasks and achievements.
ContentStudents apply their theoretical background in practice. By teaching sports lessons they improve their teaching skills and classroom management and learn how to interact with pupils. Together with their supervisor they develop an ability of critical reflection of their tasks.
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
Prerequisites / NoticeVoraussetzung für das Unterrichtspraktikum ist ein abgeschlossenes Einführungspraktikum und die Fachdidaktik I.
557-0210-00LIntroductory Internship Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Sport Didactics I - course 557-0315-00L - is compulsory.
3 credits6PO. Graf, R. Scharpf
AbstractDuring the introductory teaching practice, the students sit in on five lessons given by the teacher responsible for their teaching practice, and teach five lessons themselves. The students are given observation and reflection assignments by the teacher responsible for their teaching practice.
ObjectiveRight at the start of their training, students acquire initial experience with the observation of teaching, the establishment of concepts for teaching and the implementation of teaching. This early confrontation with the complexity of everything that teaching involves helps students decide whether they wish to and, indeed, ought to, continue with the training. It forms a basis for the subsequent pedagogical and subject-didactics training.
ContentStudents observe and teach 5 lessons, supervised by experienced teachers
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
557-0211-01LExamination Lesson I Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson II Sport" (557-0211-02L) is compulsory.
1 credit2PR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
557-0211-02LExamination Lesson II Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson I Sport lower" (557-0211-01L) is compulsory.
1 credit2PR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
557-0215-00LProfessional Exercises Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.
2 credits4GO. Graf, R. Scharpf
AbstractStudents apply teaching methods they learned in Didactics I and II in practical lessons in the gym hall. They also supervise their fellow students and give feedback.
ObjectiveStudents
-become experts in planning, teaching and analyzing lessons in all fields of sports that are part of school curricula.
-know the key points of good teaching and can apply them in their lessons.
-know the principles of learning and are able to to promote them with different methods.
Content- Die Studierenden leiten nach sorgfältiger Planung Lektionen in verschiedenen schulrelevanten Sportarten.
- Die Lektionen werden anhand von Videoanalysen reflektiert.
- Die didaktischen und methodischen Kompetenzen werden durch das Unterrichten und Analysieren der Lektionen erweitert und vertieft.
Lecture notesUnterlagen unter:
LiteratureKernlehrmittel Jugend & Sport
Unterlagen der Fachdidaktik I und II
Prerequisites / NoticeLehrdiplom-Studierende müssen die Fachdidaktik Sport I und II inklusive Einführungspraktikum absolviert haben.
557-0315-00LSport Didactics I Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Introductory Internship Sport - course 557-0210-00L - is compulsory.
4 credits2VR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractPractical implementation in sports of general didactics, with the planning, implementation and evaluation of topics from all the sports-specific areas of tuition in secondary school Level II.
ObjectiveThe students:
- Implement the objectives of general didactics in respect of the different types of sport at school.
- master the planning, implementation and evaluation of topics from all the sports-specific areas of tuition.
- gain an overview of the preparation necessary for the different.requirements placed on a sports teacher at secondary school Level II.
- try out different teaching structures, such as the lesson, teaching unit, block periods and extra units in sport in addition to those on the timetable.
ContentImplementation of practical sport into general teacher training with planning, execution and evaluation of the topics from all sport-specific areas of the education at this level in Section II.
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
LiteratureLehrmittel Sporterziehung, ESK 1997/98.
Prerequisites / NoticeLehrdiplom-Studierende müssen die Fachdidaktik Sport I zusammen mit dem Einführungspraktikum Sport - LE 557-0210-00 - belegen.
557-0609-00LTrendsports Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 72.

Prerequisites: Assessment II passed (BSc HST) or enroled in Teaching Diploma Sport.

Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
2 credits2GR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractStudents learn basic skills of a wide range of well-known and new sports
ObjectiveParticipants know how to play and exercise new sports and are able to teach them to pupils.
ContentIntroduction of new and established sports like Badminton, Flagball, Touch, contact games, Icehockey, a.s.o.
Lecture notesInformation is provided on Moodle.
Prerequisites / NoticeStudents need to be inscibed in LD Sport or must have passed assessment II.
851-0240-15LDesigning Educational Environments in Physical Education (EW2 Sport) Restricted registration - show details
Compulsory course requirements for EW2 Sport: This course is required to be taken prior to EW4 Sport "Outdoor Education: Concepts and Practice" (851-0242-02L)
4 credits2SH. Gubelmann, R. Scharpf
AbstractStudents learn principles of teaching beyond classroom and regular PE-Lessons :
- Planning and organizing camps and events
- Teaching the "Ergänzungsfach Sport"
- Long-term-curricula in PE
As a practical part students design the Outdoor event in EW4 of the following term
ObjectiveStudents know
- How to plan events and camps
- To assess curricula critically and to use them properly
- How to combine theoretical and practical isssues in the 'Ergänzungsfach'
Content1. LV Semestereinführung
2. LV Planung Outdoor-Weekend
3. LV Auswertung Outdoor-Event
4. LV Planung Event
5. LV Event-Präsentationen / Schlussveranstaltung
Prerequisites / NoticeEW2 is compulsory requirement for EW4 Sport