School has a basic role in the individual’s formation of the personality, preparing everyone for the social life not stanching in the supply of academicals knowledge.
Autor(es):Natercia Rodrigues; Vera Valente
Entidades(es): Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Congreso: I Congreso Internacional de las Ciencias del Deporte
Palabras claves: Sitting Volleyball, Physical Education, Curricular Adaptations Abstract
Sitting Volleyball, a curricular adaptation in Physical Education
School has a basic role in the individual’s formation of the personality, preparing everyone for the social life not stanching in the supply of academicals knowledge. Currently, school makes possible the interaction between handicapped pupils and “normal” pupils, having necessarily to adapt to them all. Physical Education is not an exception, inserting the pupils with Special Educative necessities in the group / class and taking off advantages of this interaction. The Sitting Volleyball due to its particularities, demands of its practitioners a high motor capacity, namely of the superior members, abdominal part and lumbar part, as well as, a high technician domain to. In this study through a Volleyball Didactic Unit (3° cycle of basic education), we intend to make the adaptations to the Sitting Volleyball so that the pupils acquire knowledge and the necessary basic motor behaviours of the Volleyball to perform am organized and guided game. This Didactic unit was applied to a group (n=20 pupils) of 9° year where it was enclosed a pupil with an amputated member. The comment registers have been made through filming. Pupils have shored problems to the level of the buttocks (having lifted them constantly from the soil), except the amputated pupil, as well as, in displacement in the ground. In spite of some typical Volleyball problems, the aims in the cognitive, motor, affective and technical – tactical domains have been reached.