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Chertikhina N.A., Lalaeva E.Yu. Methods of development of musicality in rhythmic gymnastics at initial training stage

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p437-441
Methods of development of musicality in rhythmic gymnastics at initial training stage
Natalia Alexandrovna Chertikhina, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Elena Yurievna Lalaeva, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Volgograd State Academy of Physical Education

Introduction. This article presents the main sections of the methodology for developing musicality in rhythmic gymnastics at the stage of initial training, as well as the results of its implementation. The purpose of the research: to develop and experimentally justify the method of developing musicality for young female athletes in rhythmic gymnastics. Research problem: 1. Development of musical abilities in students with the help of specially designed tasks. 2. Development of musical expressiveness of sportswomen in the course of game activity. Organization of research. In the pedagogical experiment, female athletes in rhythmic gymnastics aged 4–6 years, 20 people in the experimental and control groups participated. Using methods of mathematical statistics (student's parametric criterion), the effectiveness of the developed method is proved. There is improvement in such indicators as motor expressiveness, musicality, and rhythm (p<0.05). The practical significance of the research lies in the fact that the author's developed methodology with the specification of means and methods for the development of musicality makes it possible to qualitatively and effectively form the abilities of gymnasts on the basis of the purposeful impact on the emotional sphere of athletes at the initial stage of training.
Keywords: artistic gymnastics, musical exercises, musicality, development.
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