Influence of Exercise Classics on the Development the Volume of Attention of Schoolchildren Aged 8-9
Keywords:volume of attention, coordination abilities, schoolchildren, physical education, Classics.
The aim of the study: To determine the influence of exercise Classics on the development of the volume of
attention of children 9-10 years old in physical education lessons.
Methods and Material: The study was conducted over a period of 9 months, in which 40 9-10-year-olds
took part. Physical education classes were held 2 times a week for 40 minutes each lesson. The level of
development of coordination abilities was assessed on the «Shuttle run» test, and the indicators of attention
volume on the «Schulte Table» test. The programs bio-stat 2009, Microsoft excel 2016 and t-student were
used for mathematical and statistical processing of results.
Results: Before the beginning of the pedagogical experiment, the indicators of school children between the
groups did not have significant differences (P>0.05). After the end of the study, the indicators in both groups
improved. In CG, in the «Shuttle run» test, the indicators improved from 10.2±0.6 to 9.9±0.5 (P>0.05), and
in the volume of attention test, the indicators improved by 6.1% (P>0.05). In EG, in the «Shuttle run 3x10
m» test, the indicators improved from 9.9±0.5 to 8.5±0.4 (P<0.05), and in the «Schulte Table» test, the
indicators improved by 32.1%. These results indicate the effectiveness of using exercise Classics in physical
education lessons in working with younger schoolchildren.
Conclusion: if schoolchildren will perform exercise Classics in physical education classes at school, they
will improve not only coordination abilities, but also the volume of attention.
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