Needful-motivational tasks as an effective condition for the technical training of schoolchildren aged 11-12 during the training of the volleyball section

Keywords: motivation, need for activity, training, volleyball, physical education, schoolchildren, technical training

Abstract

Purpose: To develop a module of need-motivational training tasks of the section “Volleyball for students aged 11-12”. The experiment involved the schoolchildren aged 11-12 (n=43). The schoolchildren had no contraindication to the physical education. Classes according to the author’s module of need-motivational teaching tasks were conducted with the secondary school students of the fifth form “A” (n=22, experimental class). Pupils of the fifth form “B” (n=21) took a traditional training program during the physical education lesson of the “Volleyball” section. The study was conducted for two months (October-December 2018). Each pupil used a fitness bracelet during the class monitoring the heart rate at a physical education lesson. Special testing was used in three blocks. The first block is the calculation of the number of correctly performed technical actions with the ball without a partner. The second block is the calculation of the technical actions in pairs through the net. The third block is an educational game. Statistical analysis of the data was performed using t-student test. Results: A significant (p<0.01 and p<0.05) advantage of the secondary school students of the experimental class was revealed in comparison with another approach to teaching the technical elements of volleyball. A higher mastery level of the basic elements in volleyball was obtained according to the special set of tasks: receiving and passing the ball with two hands from above; receiving and passing the ball with two hands from below (in place, with various types of movements, with lightened and complicated conditions) Conclusions: It is proved that an increase of the theoretical needful-motivational teaching tasks during the physical education classes has a positive effect on the activation of motor activity of the schoolchildren. The synergetic relationship between theoretical and practical training allows to achieve personal, regulatory, communicative, cognitive and objective results.

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Author Biographies

R.S. Nagovitsyn, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Korolenko
gto18@mail.ru; Glazov, Russia
M.D. Kudryavtsev, Siberian Federal University
kumid@yandex.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A.Yu. Osipov, Siberian Federal University
ale44132272@yandex.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A.H. Altuvaini, University of Thi-Qar
aah88440@gmail.com; Nasiriya, Irak
K.K. Markov, National Research Irkutsk State Technical University
k_markov@mail.ru; Irkutsk, Russia
S.A. Doroshenko, Siberian Federal University
trisha246@yandex.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
V.A. Kuzmin, Siberian Federal University
atosn35@mail.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A.N. Savchuk, Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V.P. Astafyev
Savchuk.A.n@mail.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
T.L. Kamosa, Siberian Federal University
tat.kamoza@yandex.ru; Krasnoyarsk, Russia
I. I. Plotnikova, Irkutsk State University
ira.plotnikova1978@mail.ru; Irkutsk, Russia

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2020-06-30
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Nagovitsyn R, Kudryavtsev M, Osipov A, Altuvaini A, Markov K, Doroshenko S, Kuzmin V, Savchuk A, Kamosa T, Plotnikova II. Needful-motivational tasks as an effective condition for the technical training of schoolchildren aged 11-12 during the training of the volleyball section. Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports. 2020;24(3):129-36. https://doi.org/10.15561/26649837.2020.0305
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