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Table 2 Description of conative curriculum criteria for each sport topic

From: A conative educational model for an intervention program in obese youth

  Team sports Net sports
Stage 1 It is the cluster phenomenon. There is no distinction between attack and defense. Children flock to the ball without knowing what to do. It is the returner. The child will return the ball to the other side of the net regardless of where it will land. He sees the ball as an obstacle.
Stage 2 There is a structure of defense, but it is primary ("You are left in defense, you do not move and defend yourself!"). The child begins to understand the system Attack/Defense. It fits the more often a zone defense. It is the underwriter. The child will place the ball on the other side of the net, but it does not replace are after firing. It will search the free space.
Stage 3 Personal gaming, sports spectacle. The child will attempt to technical moves to draw attention, to do the show. He tends to play alone, and most often he loses the ball. Technical application (smash). The child will place the ball, then it will be replace after firing.
Stage 4 Technical-tactical sequence. The child makes tactical decisions. They develop a strategy. This stage is very difficult to acquire. Technical-tactical sequence. The child will develop tactical plans, strategies of attack and defense. Stage difficult to acquire.
Stage 5 This stage is represented by the expertise in the practice. This stage is represented by the expertise in the practice.