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Basic physical preparation in rhythmic gymnastics
Šimůnková, Iveta ; Novotná, Viléma (advisor) ; Hátlová, Běla (referee) ; Kopřivová, Jitka (referee)
of disertation Rhythmic gymnastics (RG) is the only Olympia sport of girls and women and it is characterized by precision, fluency and elegance of movement that emphasizes feminine beauty and grace. At present, there is no coherent concept of long-term sports training of talented gymnasts in Czech RG. The outflow of athletes is evident especially during prepubescence. Basic RG preparation aims gradual development of motor abilities, practice of sports (gymnastics) skills and the beginning of specialized techniques based on the principle of comprehensive movement base. This period (in rhythmic gymnastics between 7-9 years of gymnasts) for further performance growth is very substantial, in terms of content and in terms of training forms and influence of trainers (coaches). Defining the content of movement and gymnastic activities determines the path of development athletes and also defines (for caoches) performance criteria in each age category. The aim of disertation was to verify correspondence between published scientific theories and trainers experience of coaching using the Repertory Grid Technique. Along the way sixteen semi-structured interviews with selected experts was achieved interpersonal and intrapersonal data. Experts in the preparation of RG agreed on the fact that in practice a set of...
Effect of enhanced physical education for school age children
Drdošová, Lenka ; Hošková, Blanka (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: Effect of extended physical education in children under school age. Objective: The project aims to find out whether pupils with extended physical education will achieve better results in functional muscle tests than children with standard two-hour physical education lessons per week. Methods: This is a pilot study where the quantitative nature of the research based on a comparison of the results of six functional muscle tests on shortened muscle groups predominates. Pupils were divided into two groups according to the number of physical education hours per week. Pearson's chi-square test was used to determine the level of muscle shortening, the significance level was set at α <0.05. Results: In the individual tests of functional muscle tests, pupils with three hours of physical education per week were better in most cases. Statistical analysis of the prevalence of individual types of muscle group weakness revealed a significantly better result (p ˂ 0.05) in three functional muscle tests. Specifically in postural stereotype according to Mathias, Thomayer exam and lateral flexion exam by pupils with extended TV. Key words: Muscular imbalance, younger school age, extended physical education.
Swimming level of pupils of urban basic schools and village basic schools
Bolomská, Dita ; Pokorná, Jitka (advisor) ; Hubená, Kristýna (referee)
Title: Swimming level of pupils of urban basic schools and village basic schools Objectives: The aim of this work is to ewaluate the records of the monitored records of input and output values of the swimming level of children of younger school age in compulsory swimming lessons at primary school. The basic criterion for the assessment will be whether the children will complete swimming lessons as part of their education at a city school or a village school. The results will be monitored in children of different classes and boys and girls. Methods: In this work, I used a mixed type of research, in which I used both qualitative and quantitative research of this problem. The qualitative part of the work is based on the study of available literature, respectively the study of printed and electronic sources. The qualitative part is based on the examination of the material, teaching records from teachers at the swimming school Aquasvět Chomutov. Data obtained from these materials were analyzed using descriptions, graphs and tables. The researched data were collected during the school year 2018/2019. The evaluation of the documents took place in 2020. Results: The result shows that there is no significant difference between the performance of urban primary school pupils and rural primary school pupils....
Collection of core exercises in Physical Education at primary schools
Haisová, Linda ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Vindušková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Collection of core exercises in Physical Education at primary schools Objectives: The purpose of this study is to design a collection of core exercises suitable for Physical Education for students of both younger and older school age. Methods: The method based on research of literature and comparison of available publication sources was used in the study. For theoretical background I used materials from domestic and foreign literature, professional and scientific journals. I based my search for information using keywords: balance exercises, core exercises, children, deep stabilization system and Physical Education. I searched the literature using a database PubMed and ResearchGate. Results: The result of this study is a collection of core exercises for Physical Education with a focus on children of both younger and older school age. The collection created in this study is aimed at developing the general fitness of school children who already have a basic level of motor skills and appropriate level of strength and coordination ability. Keywords: deep stabilization system, younger school age, intra-abdominal pressure, older school age, center of the body
Leisure activities for primary school children at a school camp
Čopíková, Barbora ; Dlouhý, Martin (advisor) ; Vojtíková, Lenka (referee)
Leisure activities for primary school children at a school camp Barbora Čopíková Abstract This diploma thesis is focusing on problematics of games and other activities at a school camp for primary school children. Theoretical part of this diploma thesis describes the age of primary school children and their physical, psychical, social a motor development. Another important part is about the concept of game and their specifics about their division, signs, rules, safety and meaning for primary school children. This part focuses on problematics of competition and leisure time, which mainly relate with the keyword game. There is also included organizing of a school camp a its health, social and educational meaning. Part of thesis is dedicated to meaning of a school camp for teachers and camp counsellors. Another part of this diploma thesis is collection of games and other activities. The research is based on this collection and is focused on finding out how pupils and counsellors think about games at a school camp and how they reflect this collection. The research part contains results of my survey a its interpretation. The results of this survey are described in pie and bar charts. In this part of the thesis is also described the research part, used methods and work conclusions. KEYWORDS: The age of primary...
Motivation of children in equestrian sport
Bacílková, Petra ; Pádivý, Martin (advisor) ; Jandová, Soňa (referee)
TITLE: Motivation of children in equestrian sport AUTHOR: Petra Bacílková DEPARTMENT: Department of Physical Education SUPERVISOR: Mgr. Martin Pádivý ABSTRACT: The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of motivation in equestrianism. The thesis deals with motivation, motivational means in equestrian sport for children and the possibilities of the coach to improve them. The theoretical part describes the knowledge in the field of motivation, didactics of sport, the specifics of equestrian sport and the characteristics of age peculiarities of children of younger and older school age. Theoretical aspects are the basis for the research part, which deals with obtaining answers to the main goal of the work, sub-goals and confirmation, or refutation of hypotheses. The conclusion of the work is based on processed questionnaires, long-term observation of school- age riders and theoretical knowledge. KEYWORDS: Motivation Younger school Age Older school Age Equestrianism
The influence of swimming training on the development of selected coordination skills in children of younger school age
Sobotková, Barbara ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Pádivý, Martin (referee)
The main aim of this diploma thesis is to find out how swimming training affects the development of selected coordination skills in children of younger school age. Selected motor tests were used for this finding. The study group was a group of girls and boys of younger school age. Testing was performed twice for each student. The first testing took place at the beginning of the school year at the beginning of the school training. The second testing took place after completing five swimming lessons. The theoretical part of the work is focused on swimming, motor skills, coordination skills and characteristics of younger school age. In the practical part there are processed, compared and evaluated the results of coordination tests. In the processing of results were used methods of testing, observation, statistical method of data processing, arithmetic averaging, mode and median methods. The summary results showed that swimming training has a positive effect on the coordination skills of children of younger school age, as an improvement was found in all tested individuals. KEYWORDS swimming training, coordination skills, swimming methods, tests, swimmer, younger school age
Swimming training of children with specific learning disabilities in younger school age
Šťastná, Hana ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
The work was reflecting the effect of basic swimming training and the water environment on the fine motor skills of the upper limbs in a group of pupils with specific learning disabilities. Part of the work is a comparison with a group of pupils of the same age with specific learning disabilities without said swimming training. The main goal of the work is to observe a group of pupils from a Prague based private elementary school with focus on education of children with specific learning disabilities and evaluation of potential changes in fine motor skills of the upper limbs. The selected group of pupils consisted of children diagnosed with one or more specific learning disability, such as developmental dysphasia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, dyslexia, ADHD syndrome and Asperger's syndrome in ages 8 to 10. The training was a mandatory basic swimming training in third grade and happened during the school year 2018/2019 with total of 15 participants. Input testing for fine motor skills and test of level of swimming abilities were organised in the beginning of the training. Output testing was organised in February of 2019 after completion of 20 hours of swimming training. This was then compared to level of fine motor skills of a group of pupils of same age without basic swimming training. Key words swimming...
Influence of swimming on increasing flexibility as a component of the dexterity of primary school pupils in the Louny region.
Benková, Veronika ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Kainová, Lucie (referee)
TITLE: Influence of swimming on increasing flexibility as a component of the desterity of primary school pupils in the Louny region. AUTHOR: Bc. Veronika Benková DEPARTMENT: Department of physical education SUPERVISOR: PaedDr. Irena Svobodová ABSTRACT The aim of this thesis is to find out how basic swimming training taking place in Louny region affects joint mobility in children of younger school age and at the same time, compare the results of the measured group with similar, already conducted research from 2015 and 2018. In order to get results, proven joint mobility tests are used. Testing will take place twice in total; before the beginning and at the end of the swimming training, e. g. after the end of the ten two-hour lessons period. This research will be conducted for about ten weeks. Testing will take place at two primary schools. The test persons were divided according to gender into boys and girls, as well as whether they are non-swimmers and swimmers. The theoretical part deals with the characteristics of younger school age, motor skills - especially joint mobility, swimming training and swimming. In the practical part, I describe individual flexibility tests and the results gained from these tests. The work showed that swimming helps to develop flexibility, but in comparison with previous...

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