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Type: Artigo
Title: Proposal Of Analytical Records For Choreographic Compositions In Gymnastics For All
Title Alternative: Proposta De Fichas Analíticas De Composições Coreográficas Na Ginástica Para Todos
Author: Scarabelim
Maria Letícia Abud; Toledo
Eliana de
Abstract: Gymnastics for All (GfA) is a practice found in the wide world of gymnastics and its greatest form of expression is through choreographic compositions (CC) due to historical and pedagogical reasons, among other factors. In addition, in the international arena, gymnastics festivals have become a privileged forum to perform CC as they take place in different contexts of social intervention, such as schools, clubs, associations, NGOs, and universities. In this context, our objective is to provide a tool to register and analyze GfA choreographic compositions by means of analytical record system. Based on bibliographical and documentary research, we propose a set of eight aspects that address general and specific aspects of CC in GfA. We conclude that the proposed tool displays a didactic and very detailed structure that is based on the theoretical prerogatives of the area. Not only it is useful to professionals and practitioners with different profiles, but it also holds the power of being of great value to all those involved in the processes of CC in GfA as a tool for recording data (including historical data), which is a catalyst for processes of reflection and changes (whenever they are required).
Subject: Gymnastics For All
Choreographic Compositions
Science Of Sport
Ginástica Para Todos
Composição Coreográfica
Ciências Do Esporte
Editor: Escola de Educação Física e Esporte da Universidade de São Paulo
Citation: Revista Brasileira De Educação Física E Esporte . Escola De Educação Física E Esporte Da Universidade De São Paulo, v. 30, n. 1, p. 159 - 70
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2016
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