Título: Taxonomy of circus games: perspective of pedagogical classification for educational and recreational fields.
Autor: PINES JUNIOR, A. R.; SILVA, T. A. C.; LEÃO JUNIOR, C. M.; PIMENTEL, G. G. A.; SCHWARTZ, G. M.
Publicado em: VIII Congresso Internacional de Educação Física e Motricidade Humana, 2013, Rio Claro. Resumos do VIII Congresso Internacional de Educação Física e Motricidade Humana XIV Simpósio Paulista de Educação Física. Rio Claro: UNESP, 2013. v. 19. p. 360-360.
Palavras Chave: Physical Education; Circus games; Pedagogical classification.
Resumo: The aim of this study was to present an overview of the circus game classification, as a possibility of pedagogical practice at school and in recreational settings, to broaden its ownership by professionals working in these contexts. The approach used for the taxonomy suggestion was the hypothetical-deductive, and the historical and comparative methods forged theories that supported the proposal. The research universe was composed by students from classes of circus activities of the troupe “Educação & Picadeiro”, from February 2010 to December 2011, in a private school in the South Zone of the city of São Paulo. The observation was used as a technique for data collection in order to confront the earlier theories regarding the educational classification from circus modalities in order to adapt such classification for today. As results, there was obtained the classification categories, which involved Acrobatic Solo Games; Acrobatic Air Games; Malabar Games; Theater and Clown Games; Balance Games; Miscellaneous games. The organization in classification categories can facilitate the choice of activities, meeting the objectives outlined by professionals, since they potentiate the creative action of the apprentice, by approaching him with the circus technique in the classroom.
Link para o artigo: 017 – Taxonomy of Circus Games – Prof. Tiago Aquino Paçoca
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