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|Psychomotor development of the middle school age children with hearing impairment in the process of physical education
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|Psychomotor development of the middle school age children with hearing impairment in the process of physical education / V. Naumchuk et al. // International journal of applied exercise physiology. Mazandaran : ESSA, 2020. Vol. 9, issue 3. P. 9-20.
|The purpose of the study is to develop a scientifically grounded program of the psychomotor development of the 13-14 year-old children with hearing impairments and to experimentally verify its effectiveness. Results: The state of sensory, cognitive sphere and psychomotor of the specified contingent of children is determined, the results of components research underlying the psychomotor activity are worked out, the psychomotor structure is determined and the program of its development in the process of physical education is proposed. The stages of psychomotor development of the 13-14 year-old children with the corresponding tasks, features of the content, methods and methodical ways are determined, and their sequence and duration is expressed by the logic of the process of improving the psychomotor capabilities of this contingent of children. A group of means for the purposeful psychomotor development consists of breathe gymnastics, gymnastics for the eyes, relaxation exercises, tennis and darts games, psychological tasks adapted to the needs of psychomotor development in the process of physical education, and special technical means of training. Conclusion: The possibility of influencing the means of the physical education curriculum on the psychomotor sphere of children with hearing impairments by means of using methodical ways of separate and complex influence on their sensory and cognitive sphere is substantiated. The results of factor analysis and analysis of professionally important qualities allowed to optimally distribute the training time to influence the components of psychomotor activity of 13-14 year-old children with auditory processing disorder
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