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Botyaev V.L., Soroka N.A. Implementation of quest technologies in physical education classes at school for students of the secondary school age

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p48-53
Implementation of quest technologies in physical education classes at school for students of the secondary school age
Valery Leonidovich Botyaev, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Natalya Alexandrovna Soroka, the student, Surgut State Pedagogical University, Surgut

The article discusses one of the ways to solve the problem of the students' declining interest in various forms of physical education. The authors associate the solution to this problem with the possibilities of implementing the modern quest technologies, the plot construction of which is aimed at creating the positive attitude towards physical culture and increasing motivation for the physical exercises. The formation of the motivational sphere is considered in the framework of three areas of the cognitive interest in the physical education, sociability and motivation to work in the team, the desire to improve their physical fitness. The study showed the effectiveness of this form of organization of the educational process in physical education among the students of the secondary school age.
Keywords: quest technology, motivation, physical education, training, physical fitness.
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