StatusThe thesis was presented on the 14 July, 2015
Approved by NCAA on the 7 October, 2015
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The structure of the thesis: foreword, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 198 titles, 193 pages, 146 basic texts, 19 tables, 58 graphics, 13 annexes. The research findings are published in 26 scientific papers.
Study field: Pedagogy
The purpose of the thesis: the purpose of the research is to modernize the training process using the specific training methodology of Junior 1 (12-13 years old) in dancesport. The goals of the thesis: 1. Study and analysis of the modern theory and practice of adopting the methodological training values for performance building capacity in dancesport. 2. Highlighting the specifics of the sports training for Junior I dancers during a competitional year. 3. Establishing and developing methodological structure and content for the specific training system of Junior I dancers (12-13 years old). 4. Experimental checking and confirmation of the Junior I dancers specific training system effectiveness based on the selected research methodology.
Scientific originality and novelty consists of completing the sports training methodology for the 12-13 years old dancers. It was outlined the morphofunctional preparation model for Junior I dancers through building the couple’s harmony by using computerized devices. It was established the efficiency and the weight of the full training components, using the key elements of the sports training methodology by applying a modern planning system in order to achieve superior competition results.
The important scientific problem solved in competitional dancesport is the integration of the 12-13 years old dancers’ sports training components in order to optimize the specific training methodology as a favorable prerequisite for the development of the performance capacity and to obtain significant results in major competitions.
The theoretical significance results from the analysis of the stage I objectives and of the Junior age specific dance training components' defining dimensions, as well as from the Junior age specific behavior highlighting, and the design of a phased training process, corresponding to the specific sports classification chosen and from the dance performance enhancement methodology in dancesport.
The applied value of the thiesis is given by: the scheduling of the training process based on macrostructures during a competitional year; the establishing of the training targets reflected in the interrelated training components addressed; the combination of the technical, artistic and physical skills in various choreographies leading to the performance capacity development and thus achieving the performance objectives.
The implementation of the scientific results. The specific training methodology for
Junior I dancers (12-13 years old) was implemented in dancers’ training in dance clubs in
Bucharest, Galati, Craiova, Constanta, Republic of Moldova and constituted methodical and
scientific materials for the preparation of the Romanian DanceSport Federation's specialists.
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