Particularities of the Education of the Coordination and Acquisition of the Curriculum of Physical Education by Using the Specific Means of Playing Basketball
Keywords:coordination, lesson, sports play, role, influence,
Sports games, due to their many positive valences, have made them one of the main means of physical education, with important contributions to the achievement of the general and specific competences of this educational discipline.
The purpose of the present study is to explain experimentally the role of using basketball-specific means in the training of coordinating abilities in the preadolescence in the physical education lesson, and on the other hand the surprise of the influence of these means on the qualification, training and development of the contents of the school curriculum of physical education and school sport.
It is well-known that among all the contents of the curriculum, sports play is the main point of interest for students of all ages regardless of whether they belong to a gender category or another. This attractiveness is justified by the fact that practicing a sports game, such as basketball, leads to an increase in interest in movement that, in meeting the needs of relaxation and recreation, is of great importance if we take into account the intense intellectual demands imposed by the school curriculum. Taking advantage of the favorable framework offered by the practice of sports games, the teacher has to use the technical procedures in order to develop conditional and coordinating capacities, so that he / she needs to undertake a series of activities of organizational, material and methodical nature.
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