Sportuojančių mokinių socialinio statuso klasės bendruomenėje ypatumai

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Sportuojančių mokinių socialinio statuso klasės bendruomenėje ypatumai
Alternative Title:
Peculiarities of the social status of pupils going in for sports in class community
In the Journal:
Pedagogika. 2009, 96, p. 88-94
Keywords:
LT
Sportuojantys moksleiviai; Sportinė veikla; Mokinio socialinis statusas; Mokinio vaidmuo.
EN
Sporting students; Sporting activities; Status of the pupils; Role of student.
Summary / Abstract:

LTŠiame straipsnyje nagrinėjama sportuojančių mokinių adaptacijos klasės kolektyvuose problema. Dažnai sportuojantys mokiniai laikomi problemine grupe, kuri susiduria su itin kontrastingu mokyklos bendruomenės narių požiūriu į juos. Tyrimu siekta nustatyti sportuojančių mokinių statuso klasės kolektyvuose ypatumus, išaiškinti pagrindinius stratifikacijos kriterijus bei juos lemiančius sportuojančių mokinių vaidmens suvokimo ypatumus. Tyrimo rezultatai leidžia teigti, kad sportuojančių mokinių statusą, sunku vertinti vienareikšmiškai - išryškėjo tendencija sportine veikla besidominčius mokinius priskirti arba lyderiaujančioms, arba nepalankiai vertinamoms grupėms. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article analyses the problem of adjustment of pupils going in for sports in class communities. Usually, pupils who are interested in the activities mentioned are considered to be a problematic group which encounters with a quite radical point of view of school community members. The object of the research is peculiarities of the social status of the 5th - 8th form comprehensive school pupils going in for sports in class community. The research aim is to analyse characteristics describing the status of the pupils going in for sports in class community as well as to define the factors which predetermine its peculiarities. The research hypothesis states that the pupils going in for sports are attributed with high status in class community and mostly are valued for achievements in sports activities. Research objectives: to carry out a sociometric research and a questionnaire-based survey; to indicate characterisations of the status of the pupils going in for sports; to find out the factors which predetermine popularity of pupils going in for sports in class and school community. The research was carried out in January, 2007. Pupils of the 5th - 8th forms took part in the research. Research methods: studying of scientific literature, sociometric research, questionnaire-based survey, statistical analysis of research results. After analysing and generalising research data, it was found out that the pupils going in for sports are more often attributed to either the group of leaders or the group of totally ignored pupils. Perhaps, this is caused by striving of the pupils going in for sports to look good, friendliness and obvious social disposition (as the most striking features) or by aggressive and competitive behaviour.Their status changes when moving to upper forms and is dependent upon not only pupils' age but also the attitudes of peers towards sports activiries that prevail in a particular class community. Most often, the character o f roles attributed to those going in for sports is predetermined by their energy and requirements for attention. Girls norice positiveness, energy o f the pupils going in for sports most o f all; whereas boys notice their striving to surprise others by unusual, exceptional behaviour. Teachers highly evaluate optimism of the pupils going in for sports. Members o f school community underline an especially high self-esteem of those pupils. Most often, the pupils going in for sports seek to interest their contemporaries in sports activities and form referent groups of pupils going in for sports. At school, the situation o f the pupils going in for sports is evaluated as a problematic one due to their learning difficulties which are tried to be compensated by organisational abilities, provision of assistance and support to other pupils. [From the publication]

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1392-0340; 2029-0551
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