What are the standards for physical education
To begin with, we determine that thephysical education is a term that denotes the quantitative, qualitative or temporal indices that a person (a student, a student, a soldier, etc.) should achieve when performing a particular physical exercise.
In general, if one approaches this question from the point of view ofphysiology and anatomy, such standards should be established personally for each individual, based on his physiometric parameters (height, weight, age, sex, blood pressure, pulse, fatigue, etc.) and calculated on their basis certain coefficients. But, it is clear that in no country in the world there is no possibility for this, therefore, there is a kind of compromise: the standards for physical education are established for groups of people of the same age and sex. That is, the standards for physical education for pupils of the 6th grade differ significantly from the standards for the tenth graders, the standards for physical education for students also differ from the standards for schoolchildren, and the norms for girls will always differ from those for boys.
For example, the standard "flexion and extension of hands inthe emphasis for the pupil of grade 6 is 20 times, for the pupil of grade 7 - already 23, the eighth - 25, and the pupil of grade 11 should be able to squeeze off the floor 32 times. For students, the standards will be even higher (that is more difficult). to be able to comply with the standards more times, better and faster.If you take, for example, a 100m run in grade 10, then boys should run a distance in 14.2 seconds, and girls in 16.5. Physical education is concerned with evaluating "excellent" if someone achieves a lower result than this is prescribed by the standard, then it receives an evaluation, respectively, lower.
Not always this approach is rational, butthis is the most acceptable option from all existing today. The standards for physical education are now standard for the whole world. This means that the training standards in Russian schools in physical education will roughly correspond to the same standards, say, in the US. They will differ only from the standards of schools with a bias in physical development and sports schools.
Also different training standards for physical educationwill be for the so-called special group. A special group is students or students who, for health reasons, can not fully comply with all prescribed standards, and therefore, temporarily or permanently, perform specially low standards. For example, a distance of 30 meters class 11 pupil must, in order to get "five", run in 4.4 seconds, and if he runs it in 5.1 seconds, he gets, in total, only "three". But if in 5.1 seconds this distance runs through the pupil of 11th grade, but engaged in a special group, he will get "four" or even "five" for such a performance. And at a distance of 1, 2 or 3 thousand meters, he will not run at all, as a doctor is strictly prohibited. Instead, he will perform another exercise, replacing this standard. Or it will simply sit on the bench until this discipline is fulfilled by students from the main group.</ p>>