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Title:Vadba v predšolskem obdobju
Authors:Zorman, Urška (Author)
Puhalj, Stojan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Zorman_Urska_2019.pdf (1,36 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomski nalogi z naslovom Vadba v predšolskem obdobju smo izvedli gibalne teste pri predšolskih otrocih, ki so obiskovali vadbo Veselih žogic. Želeli smo ugotoviti, katere gibalne sposobnosti so v tem obdobju bolj razvite in katere manj. Poleg tega smo želeli ugotoviti, če obstajajo razlike v gibalnih sposobnostih med dečki in deklicami. V raziskavo je bilo vključenih 25 otrok med 4. in 6. letom starosti. Od tega je bilo 13 deklic in 12 dečkov. Izvedli smo šest gibalnih testov, s katerimi smo merili vzdržljivostno in eksplozivno moč, koordinacijo, ravnotežje, gibljivost in natančnost. Rezultate smo analizirali s programom SPSS in Excel. S pridobljenimi podatki smo hipotezo 1 potrdili, otroci so dosegali boljše rezultate pri testih gibljivosti, vzdržljivostni moči, eksplozivni moči in koordinaciji. Slabše razvite sposobnosti so imeli v ravnotežju in natančnosti. Hipoteze 2, 3 in 4, da obstajajo razlike med dečki in deklicami v moči (vzdržljivostna moč nog in eksplozivna moč nog), gibljivosti in agilnosti pa smo morali zavreči, vsi t-testi so pokazali, da ni statistično značilnih razlik med spoloma. Hipotezo 5, da bodo naši vadeči dosegali boljše rezultate v gibljivosti in slabše v ravnotežju, smo lahko potrdili. Med vsemi testi jim je največ težav delal test »Flamingo« in test zadevanja tarče. Na splošno smo bili s pridobljenimi rezultati zadovoljni.
Keywords:predšolski otrok, gibalne sposobnosti, gibalni razvoj, gibalni testi, razlike med dečki in deklicami
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[U. Zorman]
Source:Maribor
UDC:796.012:373.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24931336 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DTJYNBSY
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Preschool sports activities
Abstract:In the thesis entitled “Preschool sports activities” the motor skills of preschool children attending sport activities “Vesele žogice” have been monitored, using different motor skills test. The goal was to determine which motor skills are more and which are less developed in this particular age bracket. In addition, we wanted to determine whether there are differences in motor skills among boys and girls of a certain age. A total of 25 children, from 4 to 6 years of age, participated in the survey (13 girls and 12 boys). Six tests of motor skills have been performed, measuring endurance, explosive strength, coordination, balance, flexibility and accuracy in children. The results have been analysed by using SPSS and Excel programmes. The results allowed us to support the first hypothesis; children had better results at flexibility, endurance, explosive strength and coordination but demonstrated weaker results at balance and accuracy. The second, the third and the fourth hypotheses - on the difference among boys and girls in strength (muscular leg endurance and explosive leg strength), in flexibility and agility - had to be refuted since the statistical results of the tests showed no specific gender difference. The fifth hypothesis – children attending our sport activities will show better results at flexibility, but not as good results at balance – has been confirmed. Among all the tests the children had the biggest difficulties at “Flamingo” test and target hitting games. In general, we are satisfied with the obtained results.
Keywords:a preschool child, motor skills, a motor development, motor skills tests, the difference among boys and girls


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