Modular technology to encourage motivations for physical education in primary pupils

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Postgraduate student B.V. Auster
Surgut State University, Surgut

The study applied a questionnaire survey to find school pupils’ motivations for aquatic physical education. Benefits of the coordination abilities building modular technology to encourage primary pupils’ motivations for aquatic physical education were tested in the Experimental Group (EG) versus Reference Group (RG). The questionnaire survey data showed benefits of the coordination abilities building modular technology as verified by the growth of attendance of the swimming lessons by 62%. The questionnaire survey found growth of interest in the school physical education and swimming lessons in the EG versus RG.

Keywords: primary pupils, coordination abilities, modular program, interest, physical education process.

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