Pedagogical Consolidation of Pupil-Athletes’ Knowledge of Humanities
Keywords:the learning process, a system of assignments, school, teachers, educational material.
There appears to be the need to consolidate pupil-athletes’ knowledge of humanities (Ukrainian History, English, Ukrainian, Ukrainian literature), which greatly affect their emotional and value attitude towards the surrounding world, promote active life position and widen outlook, develop reading, linguistic and speech culture, enhance understanding of life meaning through the assimilation of ideals, universal values, norms of morality and patterns in behaviour culture. The research aims to disclose the impact of the developed system of assignments on the consolidation of knowledge of humanities in pupil-athletes in the process of training. The pedagogical experiment was conducted in Ukrainian comprehensive schools (142 participants in the experimental group and 150 participants in the control group). The diagnostic toolset includes questionnaires for identifying cognitive interest of pupils in humanities, questionnaires for teachers and parents, tests for identifying abilities to observe, concentrate attention, memorize and apply the content of educational material, tests for studying types of memory, methods of adolescents’ self-assessment, methods of unfinished sentences, notes, reading diaries, compositions. Thus, the indicator of creative nature in acquiring knowledge of humanities has increased (+ 19,1%) in the experimental group. Analyzing the results from the experiment, one can conclude that the designed system of assignments aimed at consolidating pupil-athletes’ knowledge of humanities has contributed to increasing the levels of their overall performance, responsibility and discipline.
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