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Perceived Effort, Satisfaction and Performance Times during a Mime and Drama Unit of Study

Josune Rodríguez-Negro, Javier Yanci   

Rodríguez-Negro, J., & Yanci, J. (2020). Perceived Effort, Satisfaction and Performance Times during a Mime and Drama Unit of Study. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 140, 31-36. https://doi.org/10.5672/apunts.2014-0983.es.(2020/2).140.05

Abstract

The objectives of this study were to describe, taking student age into account, the perceived effort, satisfaction, useful time and available time in a mime and drama unit of study in primary education students and also to analyse intersession variability and the association between the different variables. The results of this paper show that students experience a low perceived effort (2.48 ± 2.33 out of 10) but high satisfaction (3.52 ± 2.68 on a -5 to +5-point scale) during mime and drama sessions in the body expression block. Moreover, of the 90 minutes of weekly physical education included in the official syllabus, the average useful time per session was 53.22 ± 10.52 min per week (58% of total time), of which only 27.06 ± 6.97 min (30% of total time) corresponded to the time available, which is far from the recommendations on school-age physical activity.

Key words

physical education, curriculum, teaching, study, body language
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