Influence author methodic teaching swimming on coordination quality of children 6–10 years old with hearing disabilities




deaf, coordination, primary school age, swimming


Julia Karbunarova

Purpose: to determine the influence of the author's methodic of teaching swimming on coordination skills of children with hearing disability of primary school age.

Material & Methods: in 20 deaf children’s who are studies in special school of Lviv region we make experimental and control groups, and defined the level of static balance by methodic of Romberg and Bondarevskyy, preserve the active balance while walking on the increase by test «Walk on gymnastic beam» and comprehensive display of coordination skills we used test «Three somersaults forward». The survey was conducted before and after the implementation of our methods of teaching swimming.

Results: revealed low level of capacity to preserve static balance and ability to preserve the active balance while walking on the increase at the beginning of research.

Conclusion: the defined positive impact of the methodic of teaching swimming in deaf children of experimental group according to results of static balance.


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