Teaching Models for Giving an Introduction to Sport and School Sports: Comparative Study in Judo

José Miguel Álamo Mendoza

Fernando Amador Ramírez

Xurxo Dopico Calvo

Eliseo Iglesias Soler

Bárbara Quintana Lima

*Corresponding author: José Miguel Álamo Mendoza jalamo@def.ulpgc.es

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Álamo Mendoza, J. M., Amador Ramírez, F., Dopico Calvo, X., Iglesias Soler, E., & Quintana Lima, B. (2011). Teaching Models for Giving an Introduction to Sport and School Sports: Comparative Study in Judo. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 104, 88-95.  https://dx.doi.org/10.5672/apunts.2014-0983.es.(2011/2).104.09

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Abstract

In this paper we compare three models of introductory teaching of the sport of judo. The three teaching models are
the traditional technique (Technique), the vertical model with special emphasis on technique (Technique – Tactics) and the
vertical structure (Tactics). To this end, three groups of students were organized who were given a beginners’ course in judo
for four months using the teaching methods referred to above. The results of this study show that some teaching models may
be more appropriate than others for the acquisition of knowledge in an introduction to judo.

Keywords: Judo, School sport, teaching models, teaching styles.

ISSN: 1577-4015

Received: November 11, 2009

Accepted: May 13, 2010

Published: April 01, 2011