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Gvozdkov P.Yu., Gilmutdinova N.I. Use of game methods in special physical training classes in educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p50-53
 
Use of game methods in special physical training classes in educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Pavel Yurievich Gvozdkov, the senior teacher, Far Eastern Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, Khabarovsk; Natalia Igorevna Gilmutdinova, the assistant, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok

Abstract
The study presents ways to improve the effectiveness of training, cadets and students of educational institutions of the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia on the basis of game methods. Introduction – the question of finding new teaching methods for educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia is relevant. The purpose of the research is to investigate game methods for use in special physical training classes. Research methodology and organization – the following methods were used: logical, complex analysis method. The results of the research and their discussion – the proposal of an effective method for teaching cadets and listeners. Conclusions – the need to include cadets and listeners of game methods in the educational program in special physical training classes in educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
Keywords: game methods, cadets and listeners, police officers, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, painful wrestling techniques, physical fitness.
 
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Contact information: gvozdkov.pasha@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 27.01.2021
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