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Kozlova A.E., Gribkova L.P., Pegov V.A. Features of actualization of motor experience of children aged 7–9 years old in gymnastics and at school

Features of actualization of motor experience of children aged 7–9 years old in gymnastics and at school
Aleksandra Eduardovna Kozlova, the teacher,
Ludmila Pavlovna Gribkova, the candidate of psychological sciences, professor,
Vladimir Anatolyevich Pegov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Smolensk State Academy of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism

Annotation
The results of the study of the actualization of the bodily and motor experience of children of primary school age in educational and sports practices are presented. The ascertaining experiment showed that if for Waldorf students, the key parameters of actualization of bodily and motor experience in educational practice were the results of G. Head's test and the test for static equilibrium, for gymnasts such indicators were the results of the test for static and dynamic equilibrium. Pedagogical experiment revealed statistically significant dynamics of the indicators of development of the motor qualities and bodily-motor experience both in the experimental, and in the control group of the gymnasts. The problem of studying the degree and features of actualization of the bodily and motor experience of the children aged 7–9 years old is determined by the very essence of this age, where plasticity, openness and responsiveness to training and training effects lead to the fact that it is difficult to isolate in the study, which actually led to positive and statistically significant changes in development.
Keywords: actualization, younger schoolboys, motor experience, gymnastics.
 
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Contact information: pegwlad@rambler.ru
Article arrived in edition 18.11.2019
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