The innovative structure of physical education lessons for students in romanian educational institutions (late XIX - early XXI Century)
Palabras clave:innovative lesson structure, physical education, students, educational institutions, Romania.
The research aims to establish the regularity of promoting the implementation of the innovative structure of PE lessons for students in Romanian educational institutions (late XIX - early XXI century). As a result of the study, it was found that students of educational institutions noted that coordination exercises (98.3%), game and competitive exercises (95.5%), breathing exercises (94.1%), rhythmic exercises (93.8%), exercises in various and imitation walking (92.4%), etc. have a positive impact on the development of physical culture in students. It was found that teachers most often use the following game exercises in the innovative structure of physical education lessons: "One and Two" (95.6%), "Do this, ¡do that!" (95.5%), "Crabs and Shrimps" (89.7%), "Train" (89.6%), "Chapel Hijack" (89.2%), "Boat" (89%), etc. It has been found that teachers use cooperative group learning (89.7%), interactive methodological and organizational complex (89.2%), and multimedia technologies (89%) in PE lessons.
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