Programming the Process of Teaching Boys Aged 10 Yoko Gery Kekomi (Side Kick)




boys, training, physical exercises, programmed training, modes of performance of exercises, karate, YOKO-GERY KEKOMI (SIDE KICK)


The purpose of the study is to experimentally establish the optimal load conditions for the construction of a series of educational tasks aimed at mastering the exercise “Kick in the direction of” yoko geri kekomi “at the average level of” weird “.

Materials and methods. The study involved 32 boys aged 10 years. The children and their parents were informed about all the features of the study and agreed to participate in the experiment. Research methods were used to solve the tasks: study and analysis of scientific and methodological literature, pedagogical observation, timing of educational tasks, pedagogical experiment, methods of mathematical statistics, methods of mathematical planning of the experiment. The method of algorithmic instructions was used in the learning process.

Results. Checking the homogeneity of the variances using the Cochren test showed that in all four samples the discrepancy between the variances is considered random for the selected significance level of 0.05. In all series the condition Gr <G0.05 (7.4) is fulfilled, the experiments are considered reproducible and the estimates of variances are homogeneous. The constructed mathematical models adequately describe the obtained data (Fр < Fкр). The statistical significance of the model and the reliability of the regression equation are recognized. Analysis of variance revealed the percentage effect of predictors (X1, X2) in the series of the program of kicking in the direction of “yoko geri kekomi”: 1 series – X1 (63.8%), X2 (24.0%, negative); Series 2 – X1 (69.0%); 3 series – X1 (62.6%), X1X2 (27.4%); 4 series – X1 (74.6%), X2 (21.6%, negative); 5 series – X1 (91.0%), X1X2 (6.4%); 6 series – X1 (84.8%), X2 (10.3%).

Conclusions. For the rational organization of the process of learning to kick “yoko geri kekomi” at the average level of “weird” boys 10 years old according to the program of algorithmic instructions, we recommend the following load regime: 1 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 60 s; 2 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 60 – 120 s; 3 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 120 s; 4 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 60 s; 5 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 120 s; 6 series – 4 approaches, rest interval 120 s.

Author Biographies

Artur Litvin, H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University

Alchevskykh St, 29, Kharkiv, 61002, Ukraine

Svitlana Marchenko, H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University

Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education,
Alchevskikh St, 29, Kharkiv, 61002, Ukraine


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How to Cite

Litvin А., & Marchenko С. (2021). Programming the Process of Teaching Boys Aged 10 Yoko Gery Kekomi (Side Kick). Journal of Learning Theory and Methodology, 2(3), 111–118.