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Effective: Summer 2013

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: PHED 31A.
Advisory: Advisory: This course is included in the Team Sports family of activity courses.
Grade Type: Letter Grade, the student may select Pass/No Pass
Not Repeatable.
FHGE: Lifelong Learning Transferable: CSU/UC
3 hours laboratory. (36 hours total per quarter)

Student Learning Outcomes -
  • A successful student will be able to demonstrate and perform the advanced skills of the game of futsal-indoor soccer
  • A successful student should increase their knowledge of the advanced skills of game play with increasing knowledge of offensive and defensive strategies at advanced levels.
Description -
Indoor soccer class developing intermediate skills including curve passing, chip shooting, dribbling and heading. Includes intermediate game strategy, tactics, and laws of the game.

Course Objectives -
The student will be able to:
  1. Employ various techniques of dribbling, chip passing, curve shooting and heading.
  2. Understand the different styles of soccer training.
  3. Demonstrate receiving and control ball techniques with chest and thighs.
  4. Practice soccer strategy under restricted conditions and more defensive style of play.
Special Facilities and/or Equipment -
Small goals, access to gym and/or fields, futsal/soccer balls, practice vests, cones.

Course Content (Body of knowledge) -
  1. Soccer techniques
    1. Shielding dribbling moves
    2. Chip Passing
    3. Curve Shooting
    4. Defensive Heading
    5. Goal keeping distribution
  2. Methods of soccer training
    1. Fitness training stability and core work
    2. Warm-up, mobility and flexibility
    3. Running increased distances
    4. Strength work
    5. Plyometrics
  3. Strategy and style
    1. Intermediate game style playing with restrictions
    2. Individual and group play with restrictions
    3. Group defending with funneling
    4. Increased team play
    5. More complex styles of group play including switching of the field
Methods of Evaluation -
  1. Physical skills and performance will be evaluated by instructor observation.
  2. Oral discussion for laws of play.
  3. Journal entries.
  4. Quizes 1 - 4.
  5. Writing assignments.
Representative Text(s) -
Andres, Ken. 2012 and 2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules. Indianapolis, IA: The National Collegiate Athletic Association. June 2012.

Disciplines -
Physical Education
Method of Instruction -
  1. Skills demonstrations
  2. Showing of films
  3. Feedback during scrimmages
Lab Content -
  1. Soccer techniques
  2. United States and international styles of play
  3. Methods of soccer training
  4. Strategy and style
  5. Sportsmanship and laws of the game
Types and/or Examples of Required Reading, Writing and Outside of Class Assignments -
Optional reading and writing assignments as recommended by instructor.