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CNAA / Theses / 2006 / May /

The efficiency of using dynamic games with technical elements from handball during the Physical Education lessons with primary school pupils

Author: Călin Roman
Degree:doctor of pedagogics
Speciality: 13.00.04 - Theory and Methodology of Physical Education, Sport Training and Physical Culture of Recuperation
Scientific adviser: Constantin Ciorbă
doctor habilitat, professor, Chisinau Pedagogical State University "Ion Creanga"
Scientific council:


The thesis was presented on the 31 May, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 29 June, 2006


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primary school, Physical Education lessons, physical training, technical training, functional training, means of training, syllabus, dynamic games, technical elements from handball


This thesis is a theoretical and experimental approach of optimizing the learning process during the Physical Education lessons with primary school pupils. Our studies demonstrated that the age of 10/11 years old is favourable to the learning of the motilic skills and abilities, and also to morpho-functional and motric development of the pupils. The practice demonstrates that using the motilic games with technical elements from sportive games during the Physical Education lessons is one of the ways to optimize the content of Physical Education in school. As regarding all we had mentioned before, we realized and applied in practicing Physical Education in school, the methodology of using technical elements from handball during the Physical Education lessons with primary school pupils.

The results of the basic pedagogic experiment have demonstrated that applying this methodology has increased a lot the level of morpho-functional and motric development, as well as the level of learning the motilic abilities and skills from the handball game by the pupils from the experimental groups comparatively with those from the control group. At the same time, inside the experimental groups the number of the absences without leave at the Physical Education lessons has diminished considerably and the number of pupils who subscribed to the sportive clubs has increased, and this fact shows the pupils’ bigger interest both in the Physical Education in school and in the handball game.

The results of this research can be used as practical and methodological recommendations during the Physical Education lessons with primary school pupils, as well as in the analytic syllabus for the future Physical Education teachers.