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The Action Research on Integrating Dance Experiences Into Volleyball School Representative Team Training at Nan Hu High School
This action research aims at analyzing and studying the feasibility and efficacy on integrating dance experiences into volleyball school representative team at Nan Hu High School. Students’ attitude to accepting dance within sports training, and the influences of dance experiences on students’ body awareness and their motor skill learning are analyzed and discussed. Ten students from the first and second grades in the volleyball school representative team are taken as the research targets. The combination of volleyball training components and dancing elements are explored and conducted through four stages. After observing and inquiring students’ performances, all related data are gathered extensively, and all the information data are induced and arranged by the triangulation. The result reveals that 1.Students’ attitude to accepting dance within sports training The students are able to realize and accept the enjoyment and benefits that dance experiences integrate with their volleyball training. 2.The influences of dance experiences on students’ body awareness The students are able to perceive and describe messages from their own body during the moving process. They become more aware of how to use the body and control muscles through dance practices. 3.The influences of dance experiences on students’ motor skill learning The students are able to raise questions such as the motor skill movement and movement mode problems while they are taking volleyball training. Also, they are able to remind themselves of those tips and techniques while they are doing motor skill learning. Through the dance practices, ten students’ abilities in exploring and sensing their own body are obviously enhanced. By consciously reminding themselves of the use and function among different muscles, the students have efficiently improved their physical ability and movement quality in both dance and volleyball training.
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