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Days of traditional sport in Romania, KA2

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Days of traditional sport in Romania, KA2

  1. 1. DAYS OF TRADITIONALDAYS OF TRADITIONAL SPORT AT SCHOOLSPORT AT SCHOOL Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for the school education project : ““Puppets mission: childhood withoutPuppets mission: childhood without borders“borders“ „„Păpuşile cu misiune: copilărie fără frontiere”Păpuşile cu misiune: copilărie fără frontiere” 2014-1-LT01-KA201-000540_9 This project is funded by the European Union Proiect finantat de Comisia Europeană PRESENTATION IN ADÂNCATA, ROMANIA –17-21 NOVEMBER 2015 MINISTERUL EDUCAŢIEI NAŢIONALEMINISTERUL EDUCAŢIEI NAŢIONALE Ş C O A L A G I M N A Z I A L Ă “IOAN BĂNCESCU”Ş C O A L A G I M N A Z I A L Ă “IOAN BĂNCESCU” LOC. ADÂNCATA, JUD. SUCEAVA, 727005LOC. ADÂNCATA, JUD. SUCEAVA, 727005 TEL/FAX 0230-528840 E-MAIL : sc_adancata_sv@yahoo.comTEL/FAX 0230-528840 E-MAIL : sc_adancata_sv@yahoo.com
  2. 2. OINAOINA--THETHE ROMROMAANNIANIAN NATIONALNATIONAL SPORTSPORT OinaOina (or  (or hoinahoina) is a traditionalRomanian sport. Oina was ) is a traditionalRomanian sport. Oina was  spread all over the countryspread all over the country..   It is similar to the It is similar to the Schlagball from GermanySchlagball from Germany, the , the pesäpallopesäpallo from Finland, the from Finland, the paumepaume from France, respectivly the  from France, respectivly the  Cluiche CorrCluiche Corr  from Irelandfrom Ireland. . 
  3. 3. You need complex sports qualities (good speed, quick You need complex sports qualities (good speed, quick  reflexes in self defence movements, precision in throwing reflexes in self defence movements, precision in throwing  and kicking the ball with a bat). and kicking the ball with a bat). 
  4. 4. After 1990, there was a big regress about oina.After 1990, there was a big regress about oina. in the last few years, the Romanian Federation of Oină in the last few years, the Romanian Federation of Oină  arranged a huge campaign of revival of this sport. A lot of arranged a huge campaign of revival of this sport. A lot of  traditional clubs and some new ones were reactivated, thus traditional clubs and some new ones were reactivated, thus  at present, there are clubs in over 30 counties.at present, there are clubs in over 30 counties.
  5. 5. RRULES OF THE GAMEULES OF THE GAME Oina is an outdoor game, played on a grassy rectangular Oina is an outdoor game, played on a grassy rectangular  pitch, between two teams with 11 players.pitch, between two teams with 11 players. The game starts when one player from the serving team The game starts when one player from the serving team  throws the ball in the air while another one from the same throws the ball in the air while another one from the same  team has to hit it with a wooden bat and send it as far as he team has to hit it with a wooden bat and send it as far as he  can. After that, if the ball is caught by the team from the can. After that, if the ball is caught by the team from the  field, the player has to run (alone or with a teammate) on the field, the player has to run (alone or with a teammate) on the  departure lane and then on the return lane trying not to be departure lane and then on the return lane trying not to be  hit by the catching team. If he stops the ball into his palm, he hit by the catching team. If he stops the ball into his palm, he  is not considered to be “hit”. The player is not allowed to is not considered to be “hit”. The player is not allowed to  catch the ball and has to let it go immediately. If the player is catch the ball and has to let it go immediately. If the player is  hit on the departure lane, he has to go to the bottom area. If hit on the departure lane, he has to go to the bottom area. If  he is hit on the return lane, he is eliminated from the game.he is hit on the return lane, he is eliminated from the game. Each time the hit ball falls on one of the squares/triangles, Each time the hit ball falls on one of the squares/triangles,  the serving team gets a point. They can get two points if the the serving team gets a point. They can get two points if the  ball crosses the bottom line, and 0 points if the ball is out of ball crosses the bottom line, and 0 points if the ball is out of  the pitch on sides.the pitch on sides. The team from the field gets two points each time they can The team from the field gets two points each time they can  hit a player running on the lane.hit a player running on the lane.
  6. 6. InIn our country, there are several sports that had outstandingour country, there are several sports that had outstanding international results with well known sportsmen:international results with well known sportsmen: TenTennnis – ION IRIAC, ILIE NASTASE, SIMONA HALEPȚis – ION IRIAC, ILIE NASTASE, SIMONA HALEPȚ GimnastiGimnasticscs – NADIA COMĂNECI– NADIA COMĂNECI CanoCanoeing/Rowingeing/Rowing – ELISABETA LIPĂ– ELISABETA LIPĂ FoFoootbaltball/Soccerl/Soccer – GHEORGHE HAGI– GHEORGHE HAGI HandbalHandballl – CRISTIAN GA U, LUMINI A HU UPAN, CRISTINAȚ Ț Ț– CRISTIAN GA U, LUMINI A HU UPAN, CRISTINAȚ Ț Ț NEAGUNEAGU Athletics – GABRIELA SABO, DOINA MELINTEAthletics – GABRIELA SABO, DOINA MELINTE
  7. 7. TeachingTeaching sportsportss in primarin primary schooly school IInn the schoolthe school cucurriculumrriculum for Physicalfor Physical Education in primaryEducation in primary school, they aim at theschool, they aim at the followingfollowing obobjjectiveectivess:: -- Strengthening childrenStrengthening children health conditionhealth condition,, -- hharmonioarmoniouusslyly physicalphysical devdeveellopment ofopment of childrenchildren,, - devdeveleloopingping pspsycychomotrichomotric skills andskills and training sometraining some convenient traits ofconvenient traits of behaviour in order tobehaviour in order to perform activities inperform activities in stable or spontaneousstable or spontaneous groupsgroups..
  8. 8. Core curriculumCore curriculum – 2– 2 classe per weekclasse per week The learning cThe learning conontetentnts:s: 1.1. ElementElementss of organizing practicalof organizing practical sportssports activitiactivitieses ((thethe assemblyassembly,, thethe alialiggnnmentment,, rotationsrotations,, starting and stoppingstarting and stopping from the gofrom the go).). 2.2. ElementElements ofs of hharmonioarmoniouusslyly physicalphysical devdeveellopmentopment (specific(specific mmovementsovements of the parts of the bodyof the parts of the body,, breathing in effortbreathing in effort,, corcorrrective exerciective exercises for physicalses for physical deficiendeficiencicieess).). 3.3. BasicBasic motricmotric qualitiesqualities ((speedspeed,, handinesshandiness,, strengthstrength,, reressistenistencece, mobilit, mobility of jointsy of joints).). 4.4. BasicBasic motricmotric skillsskills ((walkingwalking,, runningrunning,, jumpingjumping,, throwingthrowing,, catchingcatching).). 5.5. PracticalPractical motricmotric skillsskills to useto use ((ballancingballancing,, crawlingcrawling,, climbingclimbing,, chinupschinups).). 6.6. BasicBasic motric sportmotric sports skillss skills ((the resistance runningthe resistance running,, throwing the oina ballthrowing the oina ball).). 7.7. SSportports is informanformattiionon
  9. 9. Jumping –preparing the body for effortJumping –preparing the body for effort
  10. 10. Teaching sport in prescool educationTeaching sport in prescool education The physical education of the children of preschool age is accomplished through a uniform process, complex under all the aspects of the educational act in relation with the curricular standards of performance. The preschoolers love the motion. Therefore, the physical education is important for their development, formation and didactics. Through the physical education activities, it is strenghten the will, it is cultivated the patience, the self- control, the courage, the initiative, the perseverence, the discipline, it is developed the team spirit, the self- assurance. In the physical education activities the motion is an effective mean of organisation and achievement of the goals regarding the harmonious physical development and of the basic motion qualities. The knowledge acquired through the motion activities enrich the vocabulary and the horizon of knowledge, it has impact on the evolution of the child’s personality and assures the formation of the ordinariness which stabilize in time, even remaining the same during life.
  11. 11. At kindergarten, there are 4 types of physical education activities: - the learning activity; - the building activity; - the checking activity (there can be an applied go where the child uses the previously learnt motric skills and it will be followed the correctness of these motric skills and not the execution speed); - the mixed activity: a) learning a motric skill and training a motric quality; b) consolidating a motric skill and training a motric quality; c) consolidating a motric skill and checking how well children have learnt or consolidated the previous motric skills;
  12. 12. The moment of movement (ADP), the movement games (ALA), the aerobic dance, the popular dance, exercises during physical education activities DPM (psycho-motric development) confer a balance between the intellectual requests during the school programme and recreation/leisure, the refreshment required by age particularities, developing rhythm, the harmony of the body and movements, n recreerea, reconfortarea necesara particularitatilor de varsta, dezvoltand ritmul, armonia miscarilor si corporala, the grace and the sense for beauty of children. There is one DPM class per week.
  13. 13. Most of the exercises at the PE class are taken as a game: walking like a stork, like a giant, like a dwarf, like an ant; The cat is sleeping; The clock is striking, The frogs in the lake, etc.
  14. 14. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! This material reflects only the point of view of the author. The National Agency and the Commission are not responsible for any use of the contained information.