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Ketoev K.E., Dzagurova B.E., Sokhiev M.D., Turiev S.B.


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Ketoev K.E.1 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) –, Dzagurova B.E.2 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) –, Sokhiev M.D.2 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) –, Turiev S.B.2 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) –

1North Ossetian State University them. K.L. Khetagurov

2Mountain State Agrarian University

Abstract. The article is devoted to the problems of improving the physical culture of students on the basis of the technology of personality-oriented learning. The relevance of the presented article is due to the fact that today physical culture and sports are one of the main means of preserving and strengthening the health of students, since in the conditions of the modern information society, the younger generation leads a mostly sedentary lifestyle, physical activity is sharply reduced due to the fact that a lot of time is spent at computers, in various social networks, “live” in phones. All these phenomena have led to the devaluation of such universal human values as physical, social, mental, physiological health, a healthy lifestyle, as a set of factors determined by the peculiarities of historical development and selected from the point of view of the time span of human existence. This problem is solved most effectively based on the use of innovative educational technologies in physical culture and sports classes for students of all areas of training, except for the directions “49.03.01 Physical culture” and “44.03.05 Pedagogical education with two profiles, profile: Physical culture and sports ”, since the latter have their own specific, more stringent requirements. In the article, the authors propose to organize physical culture lessons on the basis of a three-component model of physical culture and sports, consisting of sports-species, health-improving and technological components, corresponding to the physical and morphofunctional qualities of students and taking into account their personal characteristics, physical fitness, motivation, needs and interests. The developed model is based on student-centered learning.

Keywords: physical culture, sports, healthy lifestyle, physical activity, three-component model of physical education lessons.


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For citation: Ketoev K.E., Dzagurova B.E., Sokhiev M.D., Turiev S.B. Person-oriented technology of students’ physical culture improvement. CITISE, 2023, no. 1, pp. 378-386. DOI: