TITLE

EVALUACIÓN EN LA ENSEÑANZA DE LAS HABILIDADES MOTRICES BÁSICAS EN EL MEDIO ACUÁTICO: ASPECTOS PRÁCTICOS PARA LA PROPUESTA DE ACTIVIDADES Y LA EVALUACIÓN DEL EQUILIBRIO EN EL MEDIO ACUÁTICO (Y II)

AUTHOR(S)
Colado Sánchez, D. Juan Carlos; Bermejo Frutos, D. Javier
PUB. DATE
July 2007
SOURCE
Journal of Human Sport & Exercise;2007, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article analyzes the concrete aspects in which teachers should focus to evaluate if their students, in the games and activities focused on the development of the balance, are obtaining the wished motor responses. The intention of this precise and objective information is to provide the teacher with enough criteria to be able to consider the situation as successful and to approach a more complex one, to be able to determine that it must go back to a previous stage of difficulty before returning to the present one, to be able to orient in a way that helps to achieve a more effective motor and conceptual solution or, simply, to be able to modify some aspect of the regulation, the material or the organization of the group to stimulate the responses intended initially. Once this is developed, some games with the exact criteria to put them into practice will be introduced in this paper, followed by some common proposals to create exercises, or activities in which balance is the main element.
ACCESSION #
69583643

 

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