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Physical Exercises and Traditional Games of the Buryats as an Efficient Means of Physical Education
Abstract.The subject of the research is the physical exercises and traditional games of the Buryats as an efficient means of physical education. The rationale of the research is caused by the fact that this is an understudied issue in ethnopedagogy. It is necessary to provide scientific grounds and prove the need to preserve ethnocultural heritage of the Buryats and their physical education of the youth and to use their experience in physical education. The aim of the research is to discover physical exercises and traditional games of the Buryats as an efficient means of physical education. The general research methodology is based on the principles of dialectics that are used to analyze the world, society and human, the assumption that there is a universal connection and interdependence of facts and phenomena, integral nature and social determination of the personality growth process. In the course of the research the authors have the method of analysis and generalisation of relevant literature. The research involved scientific research on the Buryat ethnography, ethnopedagogy, and observation over children playing. The theoretical importance of the research is caused by the fact that the results of the research can be used to analyze the problems of applying traditional folk exercises, games and national sports to enrich the contents and forms of physical education at schools of the Republic. The results of the research can be also used in teaching sports at schools and universities and preparing academic curricula and study books.
Keywords: strength, ethnopedagogy, youth, buryats, physical education, traditional games, physical exercises, endurance, agility, quickness
Article was received:09-10-2018
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