Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 16 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 119 - 128 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.5336/sportsci.2023-99764 İndeks Tarihi: 10-06-2024

Be More Active with Traditional Games: Traditional Review

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Traditional games are one of the cultural heritages of our ancestors that have existed since ancient times and have been passed down through generations via oral, auditory, or visual means to the younger generation. These games involve gross and fine motor skills that are performed in groups and include various types such as ball games, jumping games, and running games that require physical movement and activity. These games are enjoyable and challenging physical activities that can serve as a way to entertain, relax, and strengthen useful physical factors. Through playing, children gain learning experiences that include cognitive, linguistic, social, emo- tional, and physical aspects, which encompass a concept called phys- ical literacy. Physical literacy is a capacity within humans that can grow and develop into abilities. Individuals with physical literacy move with skill and confidence across a wide range of physical activ- ities in various environments, which is useful for the overall growth of the individual. Research results indicate that indigenous-local games can have significant positive effects on physical literacy and its com- ponents and can be used as one of the methods to increase individuals’ physical literacy. These games can improve fundamental motor skills, movement proficiency, and coordination and interaction abilities be- tween individuals. Additionally, these games can also improve moti- vation, self-confidence, knowledge, and understanding. This research can be the first step in investigating traditional games. We are looking to continue this research and investigate the impact of these games on physical literacy.
Anahtar Kelime: Physical literacy traditional games motor competence motivation

Geleneksel Oyunlarla Daha Aktif Olun: Geleneksel Derleme

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Geleneksel oyunlar, atalarımızın çok eskiden beri var olan, eski nesilden miras kalan, sözlü, işitsel veya drama yoluyla genç nesillere ak- tarılan kültürel miraslar ından biridir. Bu oyunlar, gruplar hâlinde ger- çekleştirilen kaba ve ince motor becerileri içerir ve top oyunları, atlama oyunları, fiziksel hareket ve aktivite gerektiren koşu oyunları gibi çeşitli türleri içerir. Bu oyunlar, e ğlendirmenin, rahatlamanın ve yararlı fizik- sel faktörleri güçlendirmenin bir yolu olarak hizmet edebilecek keyifli ve zorlu fiziksel aktivitelerdir. Çocuklar oyun yoluyla fiziksel okuryazarlık adı verilen kavramı kapsayan bilişsel, dilsel, sosyal, duygusal ve fizik- sel yönleri içeren öğrenme deneyimleri kazanırlar. Fiziksel okuryazarlık, insanlarda büyüyüp yeteneklere dönü şebilen bir kapasitedir. Fiziksel okuryazarlığa sahip bireyler, çeşitli ortamlardaki çok çeşitli fiziksel ak- tivitelerde beceri ve güvenle hareket eder ve bu, bireyin genel geli şimi için faydalıdır. Araştırma sonuçları, yerli-yerel oyunların beden okurya- zarlığı ve bileşenleri üzerinde önemli olumlu etkileri olabileceğini ve bi- reylerin beden okuryazarl ığını artırma yöntemlerinden biri olarak kullanılabileceğini göstermektedir. Bu oyunlar; temel motor becerileri, hareket yeterliliğini ve bireyler arasındaki koordinasyon ve etkileşim ye- teneklerini geliştirebilir. Ayrıca bu oyunlar motivasyonu, öz güveni, bil- giyi ve anlay ışı da geli ştirebilmektedir. Bu ara ştırma, geleneksel oyunların araştırılmasında ilk ad ım olabilir. Bu ara ştırmaya devam et- meyi ve bu oyunlar ın fiziksel okuryazarl ık üzerindeki etkisini ara ştır- mayı amaçlıyoruz. Ayrıca bu geleneksel oyunların fiziksel okuryazarlık doğrultusunda değerlendirilebilmesi için do ğrudan fiziksel okuryazar- lığı değerlendirebilecek bir araca ihtiyaç duyulmaktadır.
Anahtar Kelime: Fiziksel okuryazarlık geleneksel oyunlar motor yeterlilik motivasyon

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AMA Hassani F,Afazeli Z Be More Active with Traditional Games: Traditional Review. Türkiye Klinikleri Spor Bilimleri Dergisi. 2024; 16(1): 119 - 128. 10.5336/sportsci.2023-99764
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IEEE Hassani F,Afazeli Z "Be More Active with Traditional Games: Traditional Review." Türkiye Klinikleri Spor Bilimleri Dergisi, 16, ss.119 - 128, 2024. 10.5336/sportsci.2023-99764
ISNAD Hassani, Fahimeh - Afazeli, Zahra. "Be More Active with Traditional Games: Traditional Review". Türkiye Klinikleri Spor Bilimleri Dergisi 16/1 (2024), 119-128. https://doi.org/10.5336/sportsci.2023-99764