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Akimenko A.V., Gorelov A.A. On the problems and contradictions in teaching sailing ship management

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.7.p6-10
On the problems and contradictions in teaching sailing ship management
Andrey Vladislavovich Akimenko, the post-graduate student, Lesgaft National State University of Physical education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Gorelov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Kaliningrad Branch of Saint-Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation

As a result of the studies, it was revealed that if, when developing the content and focus of the process of initial training in yacht management, the quantitative composition of the crews of sailing ships, the initial level of development of the student's body, associated theoretical training and the formation of motor skills will be taken into account, then this will significantly increase the efficiency and reduce the time required to learn sailing skills.
Keywords: initial maritime education, training in sailing ship management, single and command yachts, contradictions in approaches to teaching sailing yacht management, ways to eliminate the identified contradictions.
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