Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 2019)

Developing Physical Fitness Test Parameter for Students with Speech Impaired Aged 13-15 Year Old

Authors
Ricko Irawan, Tri Nurharsono, Agus Raharjo
Corresponding Author
Ricko Irawan
Available Online November 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.50How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Parameters, tests & measurements, physical fitness
Abstract
Physical fitness is a very fundamental need for all people, includes students with special needs. With good physical fitness, it will make students easier to carry out activities optimally. Physical education curriculum of normal students compared to students with special needs is essentially same, but there is main distinction in the evaluation process because it is viewed from different characteristics and physical needs. Speech Impaired students are kind of students with special needs who have obstacle in speaking or communication ability with others so that their perseptional in receiving information is constrained. However, compared to other extraordinary students, Speech Impaired students’s movement develop faster. The parameters test of physical fitness to Speech Impaired students (TKJIT-03) was designed to evaluate the physical fitness for Speech Impaired students of 13-15 years old by making parameters according to the needs, abnormalities and characteristics of the students. The items used in TKJIT-03 include (1) sprint 50 m, (2) pull up, (3) sit up, (4) vertical jump, and (5) 1000-meter run for male and 800-meter run for female.
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