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Tantsikuzhin N.O., Nain A.A. Pedagogical support of classes on physical culture of primary school children in distance learning mode

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p389-394
 
Pedagogical support of classes on physical culture of primary school children in distance learning mode
Nikita Olegovich Tantsikuzhin, the post-graduate student, Alexander Albertovich Nain, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Ural State University of Physical Education, Chelyabinsk

Abstract
The article describes the situation that preceded the introduction of distance learning mode. The article analyzes the conditions for organizing distance learning of primary school children by physical culture. The article presents possible options for implementing a school program on physical education in the context of distance learning. The principles of pedagogical support of physical culture classes for younger students in the distance-learning mode are revealed. The primary results of the presented method suggest that it can be an excellent addition to the main program of training younger students in physical culture within the educational standard.
Keywords: pedagogical support, elementary school students, physical education, distance learning, modern information technology.
 
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Contact informatio: anain@yandex.ru
Article arrived in edition 05.07.2020
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