"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2017, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part C
Effect of movement education program on speed of students aged between 10 to 13 yearsAuthor(s):
Dr. Ashish PhulkarAbstract:
The present study was undertaken with a view to evaluate the effect of movement education on motor performance and self-concept of student aged between 10 to 13 years. To achieve the purpose of this study eighty school boys (n=80) from Khantilal Khinwsara school Pune (Maharashtra), were selected randomly as a sample and were divided randomly into two groups viz; Group-A Experimental and Group- B Control with 40 students in each group. All the subjects of different experimental and control groups were exposed to motor performance components (Speed) to record the pretest data. After the pretest was over, all the subjects of a group A were exposed to movement education training program with their regular school schedule daily in the morning for one hour except on Sundays and holidays for a total period of 12 weeks. The subjects of a control group did not receive the movement education training. Finally, when the treatment or training period of 12 weeks was over, the post test on motor performance and self-concept variables was conducted for all the subjects of two groups. The score in each criterion measure were taken before and after the experimental period of 12 weeks. Movement education training for the period of 12 weeks is effective to improve the Motor Performance and Self-Concept variables of 10 to 13 years children’s. It contributes to improve overall aspects of Motor Performance Components wherein speed was one of the components of the selected school children’s.Pages: 139-141 | 660 Views 19 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Ashish Phulkar. Effect of movement education program on speed of students aged between 10 to 13 years. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(2):139-141.