Organizing of Physical Education Teaching Classes and Methods to be Used to Achieve the Intended Objectives

Rovena Elmazi, Ledina Koci

Abstract


Physical education is an integral part of the comprehensive education of pupils. It represents the whole of the methods that aim to improve the psycho-motor qualities of them. Physical education and education are closely related to each other. Encouraging and promoting children to work with desire and seriously begin since preschool age and later at school. For this reason in the content of the preschool cycle program, different games should prevail, led by the teacher who seek not only fun but also develop pupils’ motor skills. Physical education teachers have an important role in this development process. They must commit to implementing the program quality, well recognize how its content should be performed, the load to be taken and in particular anatomic physiological progress, the psyche progress and the motor progress that delivers every motor activity conducted within the classroom. Physical education teacher in his work looks to each student's level of motor skills formation as one of the basic requirements contained in the program. He must identify the anthropometric indicators, physical attributes and motor skills of the students and on the basis of these indicators will organize and differentiated work. First of all differential work is strongly supported in the motor skills level, to continue with the advanced elements by adapting the physical possibilities of the pupils. Teachers must have a special attention to the terminology used in order to be as clear and comprehensible his instructions to them.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2015.v5n1s1p97


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