AFFECTIVE PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS IN PRIMARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN THE PROVINCE OF ALICANTE
- Jorda-Espi, Andrea - Gil-Madrona, Pedro - Mujica Johnson, Felipe - Pascual-Frances, Lorena
- Datos de publicación:
- PENSAR EN MOVIMIENTO-REVISTA DE CIENCIAS DEL EJERCICIO Y LA SALUD,Vol.17,,2019
- emotions - competition - subjective well-being - socialization - motor game
- Migración Web of Science 
- The motor interaction is an aspect that determines the type of sociomotor game, providing specific characteristics that differentiate this didactic resource from the physical education class. The purpose of this study is to identify the affective perception of the 5th and 6th grade students of primary education in the games of cooperation and cooperation-opposition, in the physical education class, according to the sex and the country of origin of the students. The study is descriptive and its participants are 70 students belonging to the province of Alicante, aged between 10 and 12 years. The data was collected through the PANAS survey. The main results indicate that in cooperative games less positive affect is perceived than in cooperation-opposition. It is concluded that positive affect predominates in both sociomotor games, so it can be an ideal content to build a good learning environment. According to sex, it is concluded that women perceive more positive affection than men in cooperation-opposition games and less in unopposed cooperation games. Regarding negative affect, in both games men perceive it more than women.