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Title:Usvajanje znanja plavanja predšolskih otrok v plavalni šoli : diplomsko delo
Authors:ID Hozjan, Blažka (Author)
ID Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Hozjan_Blazka_2024.pdf (2,05 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Usvajanje znanja plavanja predšolskih otrok v plavalni šoli je bil namen analizirati usvojeno znanje predšolskih otrok v plavalni šoli. Zaključno delo je sestavljeno iz teoretičnega dela, ki zajema učenje plavanja predšolskih otrok z vidika gibalnega učenja plavanja in vloge učitelja z vidika načrtovanja in izvedbe učenja plavanja. Predstavljene so tudi učne metode in organizacija učenja otrok, ocenjevanje plavanja ter usvajanje plavalnega znanja glede na spol otrok ter pomen samoreševanja in prva pomoč. Opredeljenih je nekaj raziskav, ki se povezujejo na temo diplomske naloge. Izvedena je bila empirična raziskava z neslučajnostnim vzorcem 112 predšolskih otrok, ki so obiskovali plavalni tečaj. Za opazovanje napredka je bila uporabljena kavzalna ne-eksperimentalna metoda. Podatki so bili zbrani s kvantitativno tehniko, kot merski instrument so bila uporabljena merila PZS za oceno znanja plavanja. Obdelava podatkov je bila narejena z deskriptivno statistiko in bivariantno analizo (t-test). Zbrani podatki o znanju plavanja na podlagi ocenjevalnega lista potrjujejo, da je povprečna ocena na začetku plavalnega tečaja manjša kot 3, na koncu plavalnega tečaja pa manjša od 4. Na podlagi povprečja je dokazano, da se plavalno znanje vsekakor izboljša od prvega do zadnjega dne. Med spoloma ne obstaja razlika v napredku znanju plavanja.
Keywords:Plavalni tečaj, plavanje, predšolski otroci, usvajanje plavalnega znanja, ocenjevanje.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[B. Hozjan]
Year of publishing:2024
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (X, [46] str., [9] str. pril.))
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-87696 New window
UDC:797.2-053.4(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:193526787 New window
Publication date in DKUM:23.04.2024
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Language:English
Title:Conquering knowledge about swimming with pre-school kids in a swimming school
Abstract:In the diploma titled Conquering knowledge about swimming with pre-school kids in a swimming school, the aim was to analyse the acquired knowledge of preschool children in a swimming school. It consists of a theoretical part, which covers the learning of swimming in preschool children from the perspective of motor learning and the role of the teacher in planning and implementing swimming lessons. Teaching methods and the organization of children's learning, assessment of swimming and the acquisition of swimming skills according to the gender of children, as well as the importance of self-rescue and first aid are also presented. Several researches have been identified that are connected to the topic of the diploma. An empirical study was conducted with a non-random sample of 112 preschool children attending swimming lessons. A causal non-experimental method was used to observe progress. The data were collected using a quantitative technique, the PZS criteria for the assessment of swimming skills were used as a measuring instrument. Data processing was done with descriptive statistics and bivariate analysis (t-test). The collected data on swimming skills based on the evaluation sheet confirms that the average grade at the beginning of the swimming course is less than 3, and at the end of the swimming course is less than 4. Based on the average, it is proven that swimming skills definitely improve from the first to the last day. There is no gender difference in the progress of swimming skills.
Keywords:Swimming course, swimming, preschool children, acquisition of swimming knowledge, assessment.


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