TEACHING INVASIVE TEAM SPORTS IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A HYBRID MODEL

ENSINO DOS ESPORTES COLETIVOS DE INVASÃO NO AMBIENTE ESCOLAR: DA TEORIA À PRÁTICA NA PERSPECTIVA DE UM MODELO HÍBRIDO

Luciana Cristina Arantes da Costa Juarez Vieira do Nascimento Lenamar Fiorese Vieira About the authors

ABSTRACT

The objective of the present study was to structure and apply a teaching intervention program of invasive team sports (futsal, basketball and handball) in physical education classes using a hybrid educational model. Two public elementary school classes (6th and 7th grades) in the state of Paraná participated in the investigation The process of pedagogic intervention was applied after preparing a plan of teaching units using as reference the principles of the Developmental Model (DM) and Sport Education Model (SEM), denoted hybrid model. Classes were photographed and filmed and the teaching units were previously structured based on increasing logic difficulty. Data analysis was based on field information and class images (photography and filming) using personal narrative and analysis codes. The evidence showed that the hybrid educational model (DM-SEM) may be feasible for the reality investigated despite the structural difficulties, representing an important alternative to traditional teaching models of team sports.

Palavras-chave:
Pedagogia; Escola; Esporte

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