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Impact of Model Physical Education Curriculum on Biomotor Development of Co-Ordination (Maximum) Among 12 Year Preadolescent Dexterous School Boys | Original Article

Ajaz Ahmad Dar*, S. Vijay, in Shodhaytan | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Education is the process of development in which efforts are made for all-round development of a child. Education involves three processes, Teaching, Training, and Instruction. The learning experiences are provided with the help of the activities for bringing desirable behavioral change among students. The learning situations are generated by teaching tasks in which a student gain new experiences and has to do something this is the objective of teaching learning. An outline of the content in the narrow sense is called as curriculum, or syllabus. The teaching structure is based on the format of curriculum and the pivot of education is the curriculum. The curriculum is based on the social philosophy which is changing phenomenon. The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of model physical education curriculum on bio-motor development of coordination among 12 year (under13years) preadolescent dexterous boys. To achieve the purpose 40 right hand dominance preadolescent boys with the age category of 12 years from Dream Land educational institute Kulgam district, Jammu Kashmir, India were selected as subjects at random and, the selected subjects were divided in to two groups namely physical training (n=20) and control (n=20). The physical training group underwent training for 45 min4 days15 weeks. The collected data were analyzed by using ANCOVA and the magnitude of Improvement was also calculated to find out the level of improvement on dexterous. Level of significance was fixed at 0.05. The result of the study shows that the model physical education curriculum helps to improve the hand strength maximum of dexterous boys.