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Vertical Paths in Nature
Scholar Year: 2021/2022 - 2S
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|Mário André da Cunha Espada||Head|
|Type of classes
Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
Know the specific characteristics of the activities modalities.
Know the characteristics of the contexts where the activities are developed.
Identify and know how to handle the specific materials of the activities.
Know all the preservation care to have with the material of the activities.
Know and know how to apply all the safety rules inherent to the practice of activities.
Identify and know how to execute the technical gestures of the activities.
Respect all practitioners and the environment.
History and Framework of Modality in Portugal and Abroad.
Historical references to the development of activity as a sporting modality; UIAA and national federations.
Characterization of Mode
Definition of concept; Practical hazards; Disciplines and variants of climbing; Boulder; Climbing difficulty; Climbing to
View; Only integral (free-solo); Competition sports climbing; Scales of difficulty.
Materials; The ropes; Individual material; Harness; Shoe; Helmet; Other key materials; Carabiners; Cordeleta; Ribbons;
Expressed; Eights, Gri-gri and the like; Complementary materials; Magnesium bag, entrancers, crampons, ice ax, etc.
Technical Fundamentals / Fundamental Nodes
Us and links; Eight; Static and dynamic; Lark head; Prusik; Ribbon knot; Right; Elementary progression techniques; Rule
Of the 3 supports; Horizontal CG projection; Use of the feet and hands; Exploitation of prey; Exploration of movements and type of
Steps; Rest position; Advanced progression techniques.
Use and conservation of materials; Before you begin - questions to ask; Where to assemble security; What material will be
Necessary to mount the track.
B - MONTANHISMO
History of Mountaineering; Synthesis and Evolution of Mountain Activities; Mountain Sports / Contexts and Practices; Code
Of UIAA ethics; Normative Framework for Mountain Sports; History and Evolution of Mountain Sports; Introduction to
Meteorology; Prevention and Safety; Notions of Anatomy and Physiology The Context of Mountain Geography.
Materials and Equipment Cartography and Guidance Camp and Bivaque; Mountain Dangers and Traumatology; Notions of
Mountain health; Notions of Geomorphology Activity planning Mountain feeding; The Mountain Training;
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
The syllabus contents covered in this UC allow students to know the different specific approaches of vertical pathways in nature with reference to practice and associated technical gestures, allowing them to build an understanding of concepts and application in different environments and with a differentiated population.
The work of the UC is organized around:
- Lectures (theoretical and practical) / contents of the program by the lecturer (s)
- Classes of analysis of documents, exhibition of materials associated with vertical paths in nature.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The articulation between classroom work of an expository nature, as well as the articulated tasks that are carried out in a practical typology and the work accomplished, presented and discussed in class, allows the students to understand the ways of acting in a pedagogical way in different contexts Associated with vertical pathways in nature.
Methodology and evaluation tests
Assessment methodologies and evidences
- Participation - 10%.
- Group work - 30%.
- Individual work - 10%
- Test - 10%.
- Practical assessment - 40%
Final exam: Students who do not obtain a final grade of 9,5 or higher in the continuous assessment regime will be referred for final examination.
Each student is expected to be at least 75% of the practical sessions and to analyze and discuss the proposed tasks and to execute the assessment products in close relation with the UC teachers, except for students with special status
Assement and Attendance registers
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