General information

Subject type: Mandatory

Coordinator: Marc Terradellas Fernández

Trimester: Second term

Credits: 6

Teaching staff: 

Marc Carmona Serra

Teaching languages

  • Spanish
  • Catalan


Basic skills
  • B1 Demonstrate knowledge in a field of study that is based on general secondary education, and is usually found at a level that, while supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that involve knowledge from the vanguard of his field of study.

Specific skills
  • E1 Carry out the teaching-learning processes related to the physical activity of sport, paying attention to the individual, collective and contextual characteristics of people

  • E2 Promote the formation of lasting and autonomous habits of physical activity and sport

  • E7 Identify the risks to health, the practice of inappropriate physical activities and sports and propose alternatives

  • E11 Select sports equipment and equipment, suitable for each type of activity and population and in safe conditions

General competencies
  • G3 Recognize the epistemological and historical and educational foundations of physical activity and sport

  • G5 Describe the behavioral and social factors that condition the practice of physical activity and sport

  • G6 Recognize the effects of physical activity on the structure and function of the human body

Transversal competences
  • T2 Apply information and communication technologies (ICT) to the field of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences

  • T5 Develop leadership skills, interpersonal relationships and teamwork

  • T8 Act within the ethical principles necessary for the correct professional exercise according to the normative framework


The subject of Teaching Programming in Physical Activity and Sport aims to contribute to the development of skills necessary to intervene in the field of Physical Education and other areas in which it is necessary to plan and schedule physical activity and 'sport effectively.

Students, from a theoretical-practical perspective, will learn and apply the consolidation of knowledge, skills, abilities, abilities and attitudes linked to these competencies.

The contents of the subject are related to other subjects of the degree such as Pedagogy and Psychology of sport.

This subject has methodological and digital resources to make possible its continuity in non-contact mode in the case of being necessary for reasons related to the Covid-19. In this way, the achievement of the same knowledge and skills that are specified in this teaching plan will be ensured.

Learning outcomes

1. Analyze the phases of the programming process.

2. Demonstrate knowledge and know how to apply teaching methods and styles to physical and sports education, being able to develop teaching sessions and control the process in practice.

3. Develop a group program aimed at physical education or sport.

4. Demonstrate knowledge in planning and scheduling physical and sports activities in the natural environment (land, water and air), ensuring safety, promoting equal rights and opportunities, and the sustainability of the environment and the code of ethics.

5.Present in a practical way a programming session.

6. Apply the programming process to the different areas of physical activity and sport.

7. Assess the importance of programming and the risks of not programming


Working methodology

The methodology of the subject will be carried out combining face-to-face classroom time, with autonomous work time, with the support of the virtual learning environment. The percentage of time the student spends is distributed as follows:




Face-to-face sessions in the classroom

(theory exhibition, seminars, personalized tutorials)

Theoretical presentations with audiovisual support, simulations +, role-playing games, group work, application of practice to theory, problem-based learning (PBL), presentations by students




Personal study, problem solving, information searches (bibliography, webography), guided works (questionnaires, wikis, debates, forums ...)



Both in the face-to-face sessions and in the autonomous work, the student will work individually and in work groups.

Each ECTS is equivalent to 25 hours of student dedication, considering the time invested in the total of the activities related to the face-to-face time and the time of autonomous work, that the professor of the subject guides, as well as the reading times, information search, connection to the Virtual Classroom, elaboration of works.




1. Introductory concepts on the teaching of Physical Activity and Sport.

1.1. Approach to the concept of planning and programming

1.2. The importance of programming in the field of AF, sport and EF

1.3. Programming of the teaching of physical activity and sport in the educational system

2. From the curriculum to the teaching program

2.1. The programming process: the phases of planning

2.2. Structural analysis of the ESO / Baccalaureate curriculum (Physical Education)

2.3. Structure of a schedule.

2.4. The didactic unit.

2.5. The session

3. Elements of programming in Physical Activity and Sport.

3.1 The initial diagnosis

3.2 The didactic objectives

3.3 The contents as means to achieve the objectives

3.4 Teaching-learning activities

3.5.Teaching-learning styles

3.6 Sequencing and timing of UDs.

4. Evaluation in Physical Activity and Sport.

4.1. Characteristics of the evaluation.

4.2. Instruments to evaluate.

4.3. Type of evaluation.

5. Strategies in the management and planning of Physical Activity and Sport.

5.1. Innovation and physical education

5.2. Attention to diversity.

Learning activities

The activities of the subject follow the system of continuous evaluation, that is to say, that throughout the term the profesorado raises diverse activities, that the alumnado have to solve and deliver. The work of each one of the activities allows to value to the student, the follow-up that does to the asignatura and the elements of improvement, from the comments and notes that the professor will do of the activities.

The proposed activities can be individual or in work groups. The teachers give the instructions so that the students can elaborate and deliver them. All the activities that are proposed are designed so that they have a practical perspective of the topics that are developed throughout the eleven weeks of the quarter.

Evaluation system

Qualification system (Royal Decree 1125/2003, of 5 September) that establishes the European system of credits and the system of qualifications to the university degrees of official character and validity in all the state territory:

0 - 4,9: Suspended

5,0 - 6,9: Approved

7,0 - 8,9: Notable

9,0 - 10: Excellent

Continuous evaluation:
The continuous evaluation is based on the follow-up of the subject throughout the term and the participation in all the evaluation activities proposed during this period. It consists of three major blocks: final exam, group work and individual activities.
The subject will be considered approved based on the weighted average of all the activities with a grade equal to or greater than 5 points as long as the following requirements are met:
- Present all the activities within the indicated date.
- Have passed each of the parts (final exam, work on programming and activities in Moodle and in the classroom) with ≥5.
- Have a minimum attendance of 80%
The structure of the final exam will be informed in advance and will be related to the concepts and knowledge developed in the theoretical-practical sessions and in the extension activities.

The activities proposed in Moodle must be done within the deadlines indicated therein.
Evaluation in recovery period:
Within the same course, there is the possibility of recovering skills not achieved during the course. In accordance with current regulations, you can only opt for recovery if the exam has been suspended. If the qualification is NOT PRESENTED, it will not be possible to opt for recovery.

Evaluation activity


Assessed skills

Participation activities and theoretical activities


E1, E2, E6, T5

Application activities (programming)


CB1, T1, E1, E4, E5, E6

Final exam


CB1, CB2, E1, T3




NECESSARY criteria for averaging between the evaluation activities:

Evaluation activity                                                                  Criteria for averaging              
Participation activities and theoretical activities

 does not weigh

Application activities (programming)

 does not weigh 

Final exam

 = o> 5/10

The total or partial copy in any of the learning activities will mean a "Not Presented" in the subject, without option to present in the proof of recovery and without prejudice of the opening of a file for this reason


Within the same course, there is the possibility of recovering skills not achieved during the course. In accordance with current regulations, in the evaluation activity of the exam, it will only be possible to opt for the recovery of the subject, if it has been suspended. In case of Not Presented, it will not be possible to opt for recovery

Evaluation activity


Assessed skills

Participation activities and theoretical activities



Application activities (programming)



Final exam


CB1, CB2, E1, T3





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