The structural diversity of teaching abilities of primary school teacher

  • I. Demchenko
  • B. Maksymchuk
  • O. Protas
  • A. Predyk
  • L. Vysochan
  • L. Pletenicka
  • V. Lytvynenko
  • I. Maksymchuk
Keywords: physical culture lessons, active methods of study, professional knowledge, students, activity components of the organizer of sports and mass work.

Abstract

Expand and deepening of detailed researches into the problems of training future primary teachers in physical education is very necessary under modern conditions. Scientists pay special attention to the creation and introduction of active methods of study, the skilful use of which would contribute to increasing efficiency in the acquisition by students of professional knowledge, skills in the organization of physical education process of pupils.

 Physical culture lessons in their modern format are insufficient in themselves to maintain health of children, because they are often carried out unskilled, uninteresting, which creates an additional study load, negative attitude of pupils to school physical culture is produced as a kind of secondary educational subject. There is a hopeless situation under such conditions, at first sight. Therefore, the way out of the situation that now has developed is to review fundamentally tasks, essence, functions, forms and technological foundations of physical education at school. First of all, it is necessary to go beyond the traditional perception of physical culture as means of conducting only appropriate lessons. Physical culture should be considered a key component of human culture and not only as the development of individual physical qualities of the body, as universal means and prerequisite for the formation of all qualities of the individual - ethical, emotionally and strong-willed, intellectual and creative, permissive-entertainment, spiritual in general.

 The activity components of the organizer of sports and mass work at primary school, listed in the research, are interconnected, constitute the main content of the structure of his abilities, although they are constantly improved in the processes of their manifestation. Also our observations convince that each individual teacher is most often dominated by some one of the components just named. One teacher is well produced with organizational tasks, another with Gnostic, and another with communicative tasks. This is the individual style of activity and the development level of his pedagogical abilities.

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Published
2020-02-21
How to Cite
Demchenko I., Maksymchuk B., Protas O., Predyk A., Vysochan L., Pletenicka L., Lytvynenko V., & Maksymchuk I. (2020). The structural diversity of teaching abilities of primary school teacher. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 15. Scientific and Pedagogical Problems of Physical Culture (physical Culture and Sports), (2(122), 40-46. https://doi.org/10.31392/NPU-nc.series15.2020.2(122).08