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Title:Vpliv plavanja na gibalni razvoj otrok v Zasavju
Authors:Mihelič, Nika (Author)
Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Mihelic_Nika_2017.pdf (1,40 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Vpliv plavanja na gibalni razvoj otrok v Zasavju smo želeli ugotoviti vpliv plavanja na gibalni razvoj otrok. V teoretičnem delu smo podrobneje predstavili zgodovino plavanja in se osredotočili na pomen znanja plavanja z različnih vidikov. Podali smo napotke, kdaj pričeti z učenjem plavanja, in povzeli nekaj osnovnih problemov pri učenju neplavalcev. Izpostavili smo tudi gibalni razvoj otrok in gibalne sposobnosti, ki jih otroci razvijajo in nadgrajujejo s plavanjem. V empiričnem delu smo predstavili rezultate motoričnih testov na osnovi kavzalne neeksperimentalne metode. V raziskavo smo zajeli neslučajnostni vzorec iz konkretne populacije 40 otrok, 20 otrok iz vrtca Hrastnik in 20 otrok Šole plavanja Hrastnik. V vsaki skupini je bilo 10 deklic in 10 dečkov, starih od 5 do 7 let. Rezultate testov smo obdelali z deskriptivno statistiko, za ugotavljanje razlik med dvema skupinama otrok ter posledično za vrednotenje zastavljenih hipotez pa smo analizirali podatke s T-testom za neodvisne vzorce. Rezultati obdelave so potrdili naše predpostavljene hipoteze, da plavanje pozitivno vpliva na gibalni razvoj otrok, saj so otroci, ki so obiskovali šolo plavanja, na motoričnih testih dosegli boljše rezultate od otrok iz vrtca, med skupinama pa obstaja tudi statistično značilna razlika (p=0,024; p< 0.05).
Keywords:predšolski otrok, gibalni razvoj, gibalne sposobnosti, vpliv in pomen plavanja
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[N. Mihelič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:797.2:796.012.1(497.432)(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22984712 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:XUGJV5AC
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The influence of swimming exercise on motor development in Zasavje children
Abstract:In the thesis titled The Influence of Swimming on Motoric Development of Children in Zasavje we wanted to determine the influence of swimming on motoric development of children. In the theoretical part we elaborated on the history of swimming and furthermore focused on various aspects of the importance of the ability to swim. In addition, we provided instructions as to what is the best time to start teaching swimming as well as summed up some basic issues related to teaching non-swimmers. Moreover, motoric development in children and motoric abilities improved and developed by swimming were highlighted. In the empirical part, motoric tests results based on causative non-experimental method were presented. The survey included non-probability sample of 40 children from specific population, 20 children from Hrastnik kindergarten and 20 children from Hrastnik swimming school. Each group comprised of 10 girls and 10 boys, aged 5 to 7. Tests results were processed by means of descriptive statistics. To establish the differences between the two groups of children and for consequential evaluation of the set hypothesis, data was analysed with the use of t- test for independent samples. The results of data processing confirmed the hypotheses which we previously set forth, namely, that swimming has positive effect on motoric development of children since those children who attended swimming school achieved better motoric test results compared to the children from the kindergarten. There is also a characteristic statistical difference between the two groups (p= 0,024; p< 0,05).
Keywords:preschool children, motoric development, motoric abilities, influence and importance of swimming


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