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Title:Motorično nadarjeni otroci pri plavanju
Authors:Kelbič, Dunja (Author)
Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomski nalogi z naslovom Motorično nadarjeni otroci pri plavanju smo želeli poiskati vzorec motorično nadarjenih otrok pri plavanju. V mesecu maju 2018 smo z motoričnimi testi, intervjujem in plavalno tekmo testirali 33 otrok, starih med osem let in enajst let. Diplomsko delo smo razdelili na dva dela. V prvem, teoretičnem delu, smo se posvetili predvsem motoričnemu razvoju otrok, motoričnim sposobnostim, posebej smo izpostavili in predstavili pet motoričnih sposobnosti, za katere smo menili, da imajo pri plavanju največji delež. Podrobno smo predstavili še motorično nadarjenost, plavanje ter pomen plavanja za razvoj gibalnih sposobnosti. V drugem, raziskovalnem delu našega diplomskega dela, smo na podlagi treh zgoraj omenjenih merskih inštrumentov testirali otroke plavalce. V raziskavi smo uporabili neslučajnostni vzorec iz konkretne populacije. Podatke smo pridobili s kavzalno neeksperimentalno metodo, pri kateri smo med otroki plavalci poiskali vzorec motorično nadarjenih otrok. Pridobljene podatke smo obdelali z deskriptivno statistiko in bivariantno analizo, pri kateri smo uporabili analizo varianc – Anovo za preverjanje razlik v gibalni učinkovitosti med skupinami. Rezultati obdelave so tako potrdili in ovrgli naše predpostavljene hipoteze, med drugim tudi to, da vsi otroci, ki trenirajo plavanje, ne prihajajo iz športno aktivnih družin. Ugotovili smo tudi, da otroci z boljšo gibalno učinkovitostjo dosegajo bistveno boljše rezultate pri plavanju in da so starši nerealno ocenili motorično nadarjenost otrok.
Keywords:plavanje, motorična nadarjenost, motorične sposobnosti, otroci, prepoznavanje nadarjenosti, gibalna učinkovitost, športno aktivna družina.
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[D. Kelbič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:373.2:796.012.1(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24924424 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:SAD2KU6B
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:22.09.2019

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Motorically gifted children at swimming
Abstract:The aim of this diploma paper was to find a pattern of motorically gifted children at swimming. In May 2018 we tested 33 children aged between eight and eleven with motorical tests, interviews and a swimming race. The research work consisted of two parts. The theoretical part was based on the children's motoric development and their motoric skills, focusing specifically on five motoric skills we had identified as the most important in swimming. We also presented kinetical talent and the importance of swimming in the development of motoric skills. The second part of our work was testing the swimmers on the basis of previously mentioned measurement instruments. In our survey we have used a non-accidental pattern of population. We obtained the information by cause-nonexperimental research method in order to sample out the motorically gifted children. The obtained data were analysed via descriptive statistics and bivariate analysis, in which analysis of variance was used to check the differences in motoric efficiency amongst various groups. The results of our research both confirmed and refuted our hypotheses, also the one that all children who train swimming do not come from sportive, active families; we have also found that children with better physical performance perform significantly better results in swimming and that parents are unrealistic about motor talents of their children.
Keywords:swimming, kinethical talent, motoric skills, children, discovery of talent, motoric efficiency, active family


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