Use of Boxing to Improve the Physical Education Content in Lyceums with Intensive Military and Physical Training

By Ilnytskyy, Ivan; Okopnyy, Andriy et al. | Journal of Physical Education and Sport, March 2018 | Go to article overview

Use of Boxing to Improve the Physical Education Content in Lyceums with Intensive Military and Physical Training


Ilnytskyy, Ivan, Okopnyy, Andriy, Palatnyy, Artur, Pityn, Maryan, Kyselytsia, Oksana, Zoriy, Yaroslav, Journal of Physical Education and Sport


Introduction

The development of the physical education technologies in military lyceums can ensure a reduction in the share of teachers' impromptu and contribute to the achievement of the planned result, which is largely attributed to the application of the leading principles of individualization, differentiation, variability, etc. (Mysiv, 2005; Skavronskyi, 2009; Gorshova, 2017). It gives grounds for solving new scientific tasks concerning substantiation of the application of means of various sports, in particular boxing, in the physical education system of the abovementioned specialized educational institutions (Honshowskyi, 2012). The process of physical education in lyceums with intensive military and physical training have not been overlooked by scientists (Popadin, 2013; Ilnytskyi, 2017; Oderov, 2017).

The search for scientific information noted the elaboration of the general methodological approaches (Finogenov, 2011; Ilnytskyi, 2015) and certain aspects of the control and modelling of physical fitness (Krutsevych, 2011); the individualization and differentiation of physical education (Honshowskyi, 2012), the structure and content of physical education during the class time and extracurricular activities (Horodynska, 2004); confirmation of the effectiveness of means of different sports (Balushka, 2016; Briskin, 2016; Ivashchenko, 2017). This gave grounds to single out the scientific and practical task concerning the improvement of the physical fitness of students of lyceums with intensive military and physical training by taking into consideration the possibilities of the variability of the educational process in Physical Education and the introduction of boxing means into its structure and content (Briskin, 2015; Melnyk, 2017).

Materials and methods

There were applied such methods: theoretical analysis and generalization of data from scientific and methodological literature and Internet data, pedagogical observation, pedagogical experiment, methods of mathematical statistics. Evaluation of the effectiveness of the boxing means application program in the process of improving the physical fitness of students of lyceums with intensive military and physical training within the framework of the variable module of the educational subject "Physical Education" was held in the conditions of the educational process at Physical Education lessons at Mukachevo lyceum with intensive military and physical training. To conduct the pedagogical experiment, the students were divided into a control group and an experimental group (63 and 29 pupils respectively).

For the representatives of the experimental group, there was developed the boxing means application program for the variable part of the content of curriculum classes in the educational subject "Physical Education", which was designed for the second term of 2014-1015 school year. At the same time the representatives of the control group were working under the standardized program of the educational subject "Physical Education", which also contained a variable component at the teacher's choice. It included elements of various sports (except for boxing).

Results

The information presented in this article refers to the application of the boxing means in the educational process at Physical Education lessons at the lyceums with intensive military and physical training as a methodical tool. It provided for the development of a program for the variable part of the content of the curriculum classes in the educational subject "Physical Education". The results of the implementation of the boxing means application program in the conditions of the educational process at Physical Education lessons as a variable component of the content of the educational subject "Physical Education" in the framework of a local pedagogical experiment with the students of Mukachevo lyceum with intensive military and physical training, indicated the following (Table 1).

According to the main results of the performance of control exercises for determining the physical fitness of students of lyceums with intensive military and physical training before and after the pedagogical experiment, there were registered changes in the representatives of the control group. …

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