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Solovyova M.V., Melnikova N.Yu. Model for improving physical qualities and skills in primary school children with autism spectrum disorders

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p362-366
 
Model for improving physical qualities and skills in primary school children with autism spectrum disorders
Marina Viktorovna Solovyova, the master, teacher of physical culture, Nataliya Yurievna Melnikova, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism, Moscow

Abstract
The article presents the results of the study aimed at developing the model for improving physical qualities and skills in primary school children with autism spectrum disorders within the framework of a comprehensive system of assistance to them on the way to social adaptation and harmonious integration into society. The relevance of this study is confirmed by statistical data, the negative trend in the dynamics of which leaves no doubt that it is necessary to develop the model of actions aimed at purposefully improving the comprehensive system of pedagogical support for children with autism spectrum disorders. Based on the theoretical analysis of previously obtained data, displayed in a number of studies of domestic authors, the procedural model of the process of improving physical qualities and skills in children with autism spectrum disorders was developed using the modeling method, which combines three blocks: target, technological and evaluative. Each of the blocks presented in the model in the course of its direct implementation allows us to comprehensively solve the problem of harmonious integration of the studied category of children into society, taking into account their potential and special educational needs. The complexity of pedagogical influence is due is included in the process unit exercises and tasks focused on sensory development, the formation of motor and social skills, whereby the evaluation unit ensures the monitoring and evaluation of completeness of implementation of the content, purposes of the teaching process and the level of formation of basic skills in children with autism spectrum disorders. The developed procedural model has practical significance for specialists and teachers who carry out their professional activities in educational organizations of an inclusive nature.
Keywords: children with autism spectrum disorders, primary school children, physical qualities, social adaptation, procedural model.
 
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Contact information: solovevamv@mgppu.ru
Article arrived in edition 16.09.2020
 
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