Psychological-Pedagogical Technology of Teaching Motor Actions at Physical Education Classes for 5-10-Formers

Psychological-Pedagogical Technology of Teaching Motor Actions at Physical Education Classes for 5-10-Formers


O.V. Kudryavtseva, postgraduate
V.S. Belyaev, professor, Dr.Biol.
Pedagogical Institute of Physical Culture and Sport of Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow
M.V. Solovykh, associate professor, Ph.D.
Moscow Institute of Physical Culture and Sport, Moscow

Key words: students, educational process, training process, personality, individual self-regulation, physical fitness.
The quality of impact on a pupil of educational and training technologies is one of the problems of modern education. The researchers believe that the action-specific activity of the subject - pupil - is one of the most important aspects for the consideration in the educational process. The methodological grounds of the study originated in the work "Sociocultural theory of athlete's motor action" by S.V. Dmitriev. Physical culture and sport as a form of spiritual practical activity, at this stage of its historical development, in the period of reorganization of the educational system of the federal state educational standard, are shown in reconsidering their fundamental positions, specifying the methodology, identifying new areas of development, enabling more effective problem-solving in the modern society.
The purpose of the present study was to consider the impact of the experimental method on the development of physical qualities of pupils.
According to this study skills of sociocultural behavior are to be formed in pupils at physical education lessons.
The status of the level of development of consciousness, thinking skills is directly proportional to the level of physical fitness of pupils.
According to the authors, while developing pupils' thinking at physical education lessons, the influence is rendered not only on their physical fitness, but also on the formation of personality, regulatory, cognitive, communicative universal learning actions in general as the basis of the ability to learn.


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