Professional factors of primary school teacher’s preparation for organization of sports and mass work

  • T. Branitska
  • B. Maksymchuk
  • I. Demchenko
  • L. Vysochan
  • O. Maliar
  • O. Zharovska
  • M. Semko
  • I. Maksymchuk
Keywords: modernization, physical culture, junior pupils, theoretical training, pedagogical practice, sports skills enhancement.

Abstract

Until now, higher educational institutions trained pedagogical personnel for work in the field of physical education and in the field of sports training, which was implemented in the systems of training of sports reserves and sports of the highest achievements. Drawing attention that many components of sports training are used to improve the quality of physical education, there is a need to adjust training programs for comprehensive schools. The solution of this task actually deserves much more attention than it did before.

Sports and mass work at primary school is an important link in physical education of pupils. It is organized and carried out in accordance with the general purpose and tasks of physical education because of which and contributes to the systematic development of physical and mental properties of the personality of junior pupils. As well as lessons of physical culture and organized physical exercises in the mode of the day, sports and mass work has its own specific tasks, therefore, it is filled with concrete content, performs important functions in the system of physical education of junior pupils. With the help of different forms of sports and mass work, tasks are most unleashed to meet the needs of junior pupils for regular physical improvement classes in the desire to discover their physical potential in competitions.

The shortcomings in the content of education are reflected in the method of vocational training in physical education of future primary school teachers: the educational material doesn’t fully reflect needs of a school; elements of pedagogical skills are formed outside the structure of pedagogical activity ("on their students"). Therefore, a future teacher is good at learning individual subjects, but it isn’t easy for him to use his knowledge in pedagogical work. For this reason, he loses interest in theoretical training, and his follow-up often leads to mechanical practice.

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Published
2020-02-21
How to Cite
Branitska T., Maksymchuk B., Demchenko I., Vysochan L., Maliar O., Zharovska O., Semko M., & Maksymchuk I. (2020). Professional factors of primary school teacher’s preparation for organization of sports and mass work. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 15. Scientific and Pedagogical Problems of Physical Culture (physical Culture and Sports), (2(122), 20-26. https://doi.org/10.31392/NPU-nc.series15.2020.2(122).04