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The use of dynamic games in the development of motor skills among children with special educational needs

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Dynamic games can contribute to the growth of the efficiency, motivation in developing the quality of the movement for children with special educational needs, if the psycho-physiological particularities in the training of these children are followed, if the most efficient methods and means of achieving the purpose, a good staging of the training process with a proper dosage of the effort and with a growth of the quality in organizing and leading the activity are used.

The purpose of the paper was to select among the movement games the most efficient ones for the developing of the movement quality, to explain them during physical education classes and the obtained results to demonstrate their efficiency in achieving the goal. To achieve this study, we started from the following hypothesis: we assume that by predominantly using the dynamic games during the physical education classes we can achieve a growth of the indices of the movement quality in children with special educational needs.

Methods and materials: In this aspect, we built a set of tests (Long jump, speed running – 50 meters, Shuttle run 5x10m, throwing rounders ball) with which we operated in two periodical assessments during an entire school year.

The place of this study was at the “St. Andrew” Inclusive Education Scholar Center from Gura Humorului. These two classes of students had one weekly hour of physical education in their timetable.

Results and conclusions: Using the results of the physical assays as reference elements, the accumulations of the pupils during the research concerning the movement quality had emerged.

In conclusion, if age and individual particularities of the pupils, didactical canons are followed, if proper preparatory games are selected and the planned activity happens in a systematic way with responsibility, the results won’t hesitate to appear.

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