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Title: 中度精神遅滞児の運動技能の向上における全力発揮の難しさとその乗り越えの可能性について : 走運動のトレーニングを通して
Other Titles: Progress in motor skill through the training for better performances : A case study of a boy with moderate mental retardation
Authors: 藤原, 由希子
石川, 尚子
Fujiwara, Yukiko
Ishikawa, Takako
フジワラ, ユキコ
イシカワ, タカコ
Keywords: moderate mental retardation
best performances in exercises and sports
possibility of overcoming difficulty
Issue Date: Mar-2006
Abstract: It is said that the children with moderate mental retardation can, to some extent, do exercises and sports, if they have proper coaching. But it is difficult for them to perform with doing their possible. The aim of this study was to find out the possibility of overcoming difficulty. The subject is a boy with moderate mental retardation, who is in the third grade of junior high school. He has seriously done any exercises and sports, but could not do them to the best of his ability. In order for him to do his best performances, we decided to coach him at running and gave him basic running practices. We also practiced Dosa Method for him and took advantage of interactive sport activities. Through the coaching, we concentrated on considering the following three aspects: (1) how he could overcome the difficulty, (2) how was the coaching and supporting when he displayed his best performances and (3) ripple effects on his other activities or behavior. It seems reasonable to conclude that understanding what he should do, being able to feel his body moving and building trust between him and his coach are essential.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/582
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