Influence of school level and learning of front rolling on the imagined representation of Congolese students
Mabassa David Sylvain, TIRA Juslain Joel, Ambeto Aime Simplice Christophe, Koulombo Armel, Mabassa Ngongo Valda Holbrich, Mabialas Josiane Marinick Suzie, Itoua Okemba Jean
The aim of the study is to compare the pictorial representation of the movement of a gymnastic element with the execution of this same element. The analysis focuses on the front roll, a complex movement to students. The observation method was chosen, of which the only independent variable is the school age of the students (6-18 years). This cross-sectional observation was made using a multiple experimental device. Two measuring instruments were used together: the ad hoc observation grid built by Physical Education and Sports (PSE) teachers and the iconographic questionnaire completed by each student before and after the execution of the movement, to see if the evolution of the Imaged representation of motion depends on the effect of the school age factor or the effect of repetition of the learning factor or whether it is the result of both. The results show that the front roll recognition test is only effective for high school students (17-18 years old) and the motor performance test, on the other hand, shows an effect of school age on the quality of the execution of the movement for primary school pupils (6-7 years old). Thus, the better the student is able to execute a quality front roll, the better he is able to identify a correct iconographic representation of the roulade.
Mabassa David Sylvain, TIRA Juslain Joel, Ambeto Aime Simplice Christophe, Koulombo Armel, Mabassa Ngongo Valda Holbrich, Mabialas Josiane Marinick Suzie, Itoua Okemba Jean. Influence of school level and learning of front rolling on the imagined representation of Congolese students. International Journal of Physiology, Sports and Physical Education, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 01-08