The level of physical preparedness of students of higher educational institutions as a prerequisite of modular training
Keywordsstudents, physical culture, modular training, physical preparedness.
Faidevych Volodymyr. The level of physical preparedness of students of higher educational institutions as a prerequisite of modular training. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(6):87-94. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI 10.5281/zenodo.18330
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Received: 21.04.2015. Revised 28.05.2015. Accepted: 05.06.2015.
THE LEVEL OF PHYSICAL PREPAREDNESS OF STUDENTS OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AS A PREREQUISITE OF MODULAR TRAINING
Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Lutsk, Ukraine
A persistent deterioration in the health of the population and, in particular, students can be observed in recent times. Having entered into conflict with the real needs of renewal of society, the system of physical education of youth gave rise to the crisis. One of the key problems is changing of explanatory, illustrative and reproductive types of training in intensive technologies. On the basis of the analysis results established that the physical preparedness of students corresponds to the low level of development and is at a low and medium level. 42.9% of students have low level of physical preparedness, 36% of students physical preparedness is at a satisfactory level, and only 21.1% of students have a “high” level of physical preparedness. It means the need for modification of the system of methods, forms and means of teaching physical culture of students for improving the level of fitness. This situation leads to search for new, student-oriented teaching methods of physical training, in which students’ interests would be taken into account. Modular training system occupies a central place among them. The methodology of modular training must be based on the following key provisions: individualization of means and methods of training, increasing volume and intensity of training lessons, accented development of motor skills and on the basis of their motor skills and interest in physical culture. The methodology eliminates the excessive detail, revealing the space for creativity of the teacher, increases the role of complex problem solving.
Key words: students, physical culture, modular training, physical preparedness.
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