DIFFERENCES IN THE LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNDERHAND ROLL SKILL IN CHILDREN AGED 7 - 10

Aceski Aleksandar, Aleksandar Tufekchievski

Underhand roll is a skill that is part of the manipulative skills that are present in the curriculum for health and physical education. The aim of the study was to determine the level of development of basic motor skills of manipulative kind of ball rolling in male children aged 7 to 10 years. All groups of respondents statistically are significantly different, except for the respondents 9 and 10 years old. A monotonous increasing trend is present in the average score of the skill and the percentage of master levels of manifestation of the skill in the first and third criteria. Consistency was not achieved among groups of respondents in terms of the most difficult and the easiest criteria for manifestation. This approach, by monitoring the level of development of motor skills in students, is of great benefit to the teacher, thus enabling more effective and efficient planning and programming of the lessons in physical and health education

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