Interdisciplinarity of the primary education areas. Physical education reinforcement of the spanish language and literature area
Julio Conde Caveda
Milagros Arteaga Checa
Virginia Viciana Garófano
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Conde Caveda, J., Arteaga Checa, M., & Viciana Garófano, V. (1998). Interdisciplinarity of the primary education areas. Physical education reinforcement of the spanish language and literature area. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 51, 46-55.
We hope to provide a concrete proposal on the idea of interdiscipline in the primary education timetable, in particular Physical Education with Spanish Language and Literature.
We substantiate the study referring to models of learning and teaching: conducive, cognitive and interactive models, emphasising the main authors who, in one way or another, provide interesting aspects for the development of this work. From all angles, we defend that interdiscipline, supported by the significance of the training period and its completeness, is a key principal, basic and
fundamental in all processes of teaching-learning, where the knowledge and aptitudes learnt in the classroom can be used in any everyday situation where it is needed.
Finally, we discuss as an example and in a practica! way, how Physical Education can be a reinforcement to Spanish Language and Literature Area. We make a concrete proposal, based on the objectives in Decree 105/1992 of 9th lune 1992, in Spanish Language and Literature, and we propose significant,
motivating and played activities, which depend on the Area of Physical Education, for full development of these aims.
Published: January 01, 1998
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