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Silchuk A.M., Silchuk S.M., Ryabchuk V.V. Structure and content of the pedagogical model of health-improving physical culture at the present stage of development of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation

Structure and content of the pedagogical model of health-improving physical culture at the present stage of development of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
Alexander Maksimovich Silchuk, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Sergey Maksimovich Silchuk, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy, St. Petersburg; Vladimir Vladimirovich Ryabchuk, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg

Annotation
The article presents the results of the authors studies on the justification of the pedagogical model of health-improving physical culture (OFC) for military personnel. In the justification of this model, a software-targeted approach to the use of OFC was used. The following conceptual provisions provided the basis for the program-oriented approach to the justification of the model:
 
  • the structure of the OFC should consist of: purpose, actions to reduce injuries, diseases in military personnel, as well as conditions for such activities, results, control and correction;
  • It was taken into account that the process of reducing injuries and diseases in military personnel forms joint activities carried out within the framework of the OFC. These activities are seen as a unity of action between physical training professionals and medical personnel.
Keywords: pedagogical model, military personnel, physical health education, physical training sessions.
 
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Contact information: SilchukiVMA@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 25.11.2019
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