Self-reliant school physical training model to support valid school physical education curriculum

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Dr.Hab., Professor A.P. Matveyev1
Dr.Hab., Professor V.Y. Karpov1
PhD, Associate Professor M.V. Eremin1
PhD, Associate Professor A.A. Mikhaylov2
1Russian State Social University, Moscow
2Shuya branch of Ivanovo State University, Ivanovo

Objective of the study was to develop and experimentally prove benefits of a new self-reliant school physical training model to support the valid school physical education curriculum. The model was piloted in one of Moscow gymnasia specializing in foreign languages. Subject to the model piloting experiment were the 4th grade pupils attributed to the main health group, with the sample split up into Experimental Group (EG) and Reference Group (RG). The EG was trained for a school year to master the relevant theoretical and practical basics in the physical education course based on the A.P. Matveyev’s textbooks (2008). The skills and competences were tested and improved by the school physical training and health practices and off-class self-reliant trainings under home tasks. The RG was trained as required by the V.I. Lyakh’s (2014) educational program with the ‘controlled’ physical load secured by the motor intensity of the school physical education lessons. The study data and analyses showed benefits of the new self-reliant physical education model as verified by the students’ progress in the motivational domain with the growing and sustainable interest in the school physical education, plus tested significant progress of the EG versus RG.

Keywords: school physical activity, physical education, health, motivation building, self-reliant practices.

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