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Letova E.A., Semyonov L.A. Instructional model of cognitive processes’ remedial development at children with developmental delay by means of fitness and aerobics

Instructional model of cognitive processes’ remedial development at children with developmental delay by means of fitness and aerobics
Evgeniya Aleksandrovna Letova, the competitor,
Leonid Alekseevich Semyonov, the doctor pedagogical sciences, professor,
Surgut State Pedagogical University

Annotation
In the article, the instructional model of the cognitive processes’ development (attention, memory, thinking) among the children with developmental delay by means of fitness and aerobics is described and proved. The model is based on the scientific researches proving the interaction of physical and mental development in a person with account of consistency of primary deviation correction. As the main components of the model the authors define methods, means (physical actions), specific principles and approaches. On the basis of the presented model the authors worked out the guidelines. The guidelines are the result of the two-year experience that proved its efficiency.
Keywords: adapted physical culture, cognitive processes, children with developmental delay, primary deviations, instructional model, correction, fitness and aerobics, methods, principles, approaches.
 
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Contact information: e.letik@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 15.11.2019
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