TITLE

A Study on the Necessity of Introducing Teaching-plan-telling into Physical Education Undergraduates' Courses in Normal Universities

AUTHOR(S)
Guodong Sun
PUB. DATE
June 2011
SOURCE
Higher Education Studies;Jun2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p93
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The cultivation target of physical education major in normal universities is mainly physical teachers' qualification in basic education. Training of teaching-plan-telling on students of sports teaching major in normal universities has significant meaning to enhance the quality of students in a comprehensive way, realize the target of professional education and facilitate students of sports in normal universities to adapt to basic education as soon as possible after graduation. Through analysis in the essence of teaching-plan-telling and disadvantages that exist at present in physical internship among students who major in physical education teaching in normal universities, this article explained the role of introducing teaching-plan-telling in teaching of students of sports education in normal universities according to the requirement of research on classroom teaching under the background of new course. The research results indicated that teaching-plan-telling is a bridge for students of sports in normal universities to go towards practice, and can encourage them to learn carefully the educational theories, improve the quality of educational internship and shorten the time from a student of sports in a normal university to a qualified sports teacher. Teaching-plan-telling is an effective form to enhance the teaching capacity and teaching and research capacity of students of physical education in normal universities, so it ought to be regarded as an important content in professional teaching in physical education of normal universities.
ACCESSION #
65486373

 

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