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Monitoring of the quality of body posture and of the relation between body posture and physical fitness at young school-age children
Vojtíková, Lenka ; Dvořáková, Hana (advisor) ; Miklánková, Ludmila (referee) ; Blahutková, Marie (referee)
Title: Monitoring of the quality of body posture and of the relation between body posture and physical fitness at young school-age children Objective: The main goal of the work is to determine the quality of body posture and to find out the relation between posture and individual components of physical fitness and between posture and leisure time regime at a selected group of children of young school-age children Methods: The research group consisted of 147 children, 77 boys and 70 girls from 1st to 3rd grades aged 6.3 to 9.7 years. To evaluation of posture has been performed by the Matthias test, which has been modified tor the purpose of this thesis. This modified test was verified in a pilot study. The assessment of physical fitness was based on a UNIFITTEST 6-60 test battery, also the values of somatic features were measured. The test battery was supplemented by a test of maximum reach while sitting bended. To determine the volume of physical activities, a questionnaire was used, resp. the survey, which was completed by parents, due to the age of the children. To evaluate the date, statistical methods have been used for evaluating differences (the-test, Mann-Whitney test, Kruskal- Wallis test) and to analyse the depency of variables a Spearman's rank correlation coefficient was used. The effect...
Barriers of hypokinetic adolecents to active lifestyle
Králová, Kateřina ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Blahutková, Marie (referee) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee)
Title: Barriers of hypokinetic adolecents to active lifestyle The dissertation addresses the issue of physical activity among adolescents studying at secondary vocational schools. It focuses on those students who do not meet the minimum recommended number of steps per day, i.e. inactive students. The aim of the study was to clarify the reasons which prevent them from adopting a more active lifestyle. To better understand student responses, we also examined the relationship to school physical education as a school subject that has the potential to positively influence the physical activity habits of youth. Research was carried out on a group of students 15-16 years old at secondary vocational schools (two in Prague, one in the Moravian-Silesian Region). A total of 315 students were studied. A standardized questionnaire was used to obtain information about student opinions on physical education. Sigma Activo fitness bracelets were used to monitor amount of physical activity, and a semi-structured interview was used to determine specific barriers to physical activity. According to our results, 29.5 % of students are inactive, more frequently boys. Overall, these students have a favorable view of physical education. Although the majority are satisfied with PE class, they have problems with certain...
The impact of the specific physical activity on the physical fitness of children measured by UNIFITTEST
Beránková, Adéla ; Kašpar, Ladislav (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee)
This thesis deals with the impact of the specific physical activity on the physical fitness of children measured by UNIFITTEST (6-60). Final results were processed based on the UNIFITTEST standarts and the information about physical activity of the children were taken from the questionnaire which have been created specifically for this research. The stated research questions were compared with results from the practical part of the thesis and were discussed in the discussion chapter. By this research we have found out that children form seventh and eighth grade have reached an average value in motoric tests. Due to this work children have found out their physical fitness and so they could compared it with their classmates. Also they have got to know with the physical tests with which they can be part of during physical lessons. This work was made by research form realised at standard nonspecific elementary school Na Výsluní in Brandýs nad Labem. The total amount of the participants were 194 from 12 to14 years. KEYWORDS Physical fitness, measurement, UNIFITTEST, performance, physical activity, testing
Basic motor skills of children attending regular kindergartens and children in forest kindergartens
Krischová, Jitka ; Dvořáková, Hana (advisor) ; Pádivý, Martin (referee)
The paper aims to examine how the specific conditions in forest kindergartens may affect motor development of young children and to identify other daily life factors that may have an impact on motor development. A test of motor skills was used to compare results of children from forest schools and regular kindergartens. The work is based on theoretical knowledge about children's motor development, motor skills and abilities and various ways to test them. A set of motor tests was compiled to measure the level of motor skills in both types of kindergartens. The theoretical part provides the reader with characteristics of both types of schools to show how the conditions may vary and assess the differences. The comparison of the results of the tests shows that natural conditions for physical activities in forest kindergartens do not lead to better results in motor skills tests. The parents of participating children were given a questionnaire and the provided answers were then compared with the children's performance in the tests. This method proved that neither time actively spent with parents nor exercising in extracurricular activities have a significant effect on the motor level development of children. Key words Forest kindergarten, regular kindergarten, motor development, motor skills and abilities
Teaching methods in movement activities by twoo years old children
Košťálová, Martina ; Dvořáková, Hana (advisor) ; Kainová, Lucie (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the factors, which influence the effectiveness of the teaching methods regarding the movement activities with two years old children. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the developmental specifics of the two years old children are discussed as they need to be accounted for. Also, the movement activities and specifics of the teaching methods for this group of children have been presented. The theoretical background is then applied in the practical part of the thesis, which deals with the realization of the motion activities in two kindergartens. Specific adjustments have been proposed, the activities have been re-realized with the adjustments and the feedback has been discussed. Additionally, a survey with the teachers who work with this specific group of children was realized. Lastly, as a part of the research, a structured interview with a teacher has been conducted, who has recently started working with the two years old children without any previous experience. In the management of movement activities there have been found poor factord in organisation skills and lack of proper demonstration

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