methodic, primary school, development, physical qualities


Purpose: to improve methodic of mobile games’ application for physical culture lessons’ optimization in primary school that would facilitate motor fitness increase. Material: in experiment 50 boys (7-9 yrs) from main health group (no health problems) participated. For training strength we chose games, which required short speed-power tensions with at moderate loads. The following objects were used: filled ball, dump bells, benches or partners. In games with overcoming own weight we used: wall bars, beams, vertical rope. Results: peculiar features of the improved methodic are as follows: for preparatory part we worked out ten separate complexes of general exercises in game form; for all parts of lesson mobile games were selected so that they should facilitate maximal development of physical qualities; each training was emotionally positively colored that motivate pupils’ wish to attend the lessons. Conclusions: for effective development of physical qualities the decisive factor was consideration of sensitive periods and complex approach to physical education lessons.


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L.V. Shuba, Zaporozhye National Technical University

street Zykovskogo, 64, Zaporozhye, 69063, Ukraine


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How to Cite

Shuba L. OPTIMIZATION OF PHYSICAL CULTURE LESSONS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL ON THE BASE OF MOBILE GAMES’ APPLICATION. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2017;21(2):87-93. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2017.0207

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