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Semyonov L.A., Boldyreva N.V. Correctional development of endurance in preschool children under conditions of mass approbation of experimental methods

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p222-227
Correctional development of endurance in preschool children under conditions of mass approbation of experimental methods
Leonid Alekseevich Semyonov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Honored Worker of Physical Education, Nadezhda Vladimirovna Boldyreva, the competitor, Surgut State Pedagogical University

The article presents the testing results of remedial tolerance methodology for the preschool children in some preschool educational institutions (PrEI) of Surgut town. The methodology is oriented at completion of school minimum requirements intended for 7-year old children. The brief description of the methodology (preliminarily undergone testing in one of the PrEI) is given. The main feature of the methodology is essential increase of the training amount and divisibility, systematically exchanging with other exercises. In the article, the efficiency of the methodology is demonstrated. The efficiency lies, firstly, in reduction of the total number of children (from 17 PrEI) with a low level of tolerance development, and, secondly, in essential progress of children’s results in greater number of PrEI. Also, the problems concerning the experimental methodology implementation and their solution ways have been considered.
Keywords: children, preschool age, remedial tolerance development, experimental methodology, preschool educational institutions, mass testing.
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