Motivation research of secondary school age pupils to physical training

Симоненко, Валерія Геннадіївна and Спесивих, Олена Олександрівна (2017) Motivation research of secondary school age pupils to physical training Тези доповідей X міжнародної наукової конференції молодих учених «Молодь та олімпійський рух». pp. 315-316.


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One of the primary problems of our existence is the problem of the nation's health. A crucial role in solving it plays physical education, which is an important tool of identity formation. About improper use of school opportunities this subject shows at least the fact that only 2% of graduates pryluchayutsya physical self. The interest of the children to the lessons of physical training significantly reduced. The reasons for this situation may lie in the lack of interested attitude to physical culture of most school heads, teachers and parents. The concept of physical education of children and adolescents, pupils' health problems of ill health of children in the institution mentioned in the investigations T.U. Krutsevych, Y.S. Vaynbauma. To be successful in business also requires the presence of a high level of motivation. Problems of motivational sphere considered in works of V.I. Voronova, O.V. Bajrachniy, A.P. Mihnov, P.A Piloyan. According to some researchers, the problem of motivation is complex and ambiguous. Yes, M.S. Semilyetkina indicates that the problem of content motivational factors as relevant, remains one of the most challenging, certainly not outstanding and controversial in modern science. We believe the problem of increasing motivation for physical training extremely important, since it joined the proceedings.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: motivation; pupils; physical culture;
Subjects: Наукові конференції > Міжнародні
Divisions: Факультети > Факультет здоров’я, фізичного виховання і спорту > Кафедра фізичного виховання і педагогіки спорту
Depositing User: Олена Олександрівна Спесивих
Date Deposited: 22 May 2017 07:49
Last Modified: 22 May 2017 07:49

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