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Abramishvili G.A., Karpov V.Yu. Modern view on the problems of physical training of the pupils at primary school age

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2014.11.117.p7-12
Modern view on the problems of physical training of the pupils at primary school age
Giya Amiranovich Abramishvili, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, lecturer,
Sochi State University,
Vladimir Yurevich Karpov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor,
Russian State Social University, Moscow

Throughout the last decade in Russia a further deterioration of the health status and level of physical preparedness of school students were marked, including the manifestation of disharmony of their physical development and significant reduction in physical performance. This negative trend requires making radical changes in the process of the physical education of school students, beginning with the elementary grades.
Keywords: health, physical fitness, type-specific tools, differentiated physical education, methods, technology components, need-motivational characteristics, physical education, physical activity.
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Article arrived in edition 25.11.2014.