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Serhii Romanchuk1, Evhen Anokhin1, Iryna Tychyna2, Viktor Dobrovolskii3, Roman Pidleteichuk4, Serhiy Homanyuk5, Vitaliy Kirpenko5, Artur Oderov1, Volodymyr Klymovych1

1National Academy of the Army, Department of Physical Education, Special Physical Training and Sports, Lviv, Ukraine
2Ivan Franko Zhytomyr State University, postgraduate student of the Pedagogy Department, Zhytomyr, Ukraine
3Military Institute of Taras Shevchenko National University if Kyiv, Military Training Department, Kyiv, Ukraine
4National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport, Physical Education Theory and Methods Department, Kyiv, Ukraine
5Kharkiv National University of the Air Force named after Ivan Kozhedub, Department of Physical Education, Special Physical Training and Sports, Kharkiv, Ukraine

The Impact of Mass Sports Work in Educational Institution on the Formation of Cadets' Value Attitude Towards Physical Education

Sport Mont 2020, 18(1), 81-86 | DOI: 10.26773/smj.200214


Within the functioning of the physical education system of higher educational institutions, a four-year pedagogical experiment was carried out regarding cadets' value attitude formation to physical education activity. According to the results of the research, a significant improvement in the formation of the cadets' value attitude to physical education activity was recorded: in 93.6% of cases, the cadets of the experimental group identified a personally significant sport; 96.7% of cadets will continue to play their favourite sports after graduation; 90.0% of cadets recognized the importance of substantial and procedural aspects of physical education activity "for themselves" as a subject; 83.3% "for themselves" as a specialist, and 100% "for themselves" as an officer. The results of the practical implementation of the author’s program confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed pedagogical influences. The results obtained indicate an increase in objective and subjective indicators of the formation of a value relationship, which affected the level of sports and physical fitness (p<0.05). The presence of productive experience in sports activities, the formed value attitude of the majority of graduates involved in the author’s program, suggests that they can continue to exhibit high physical activity during their professional activities, which will help to reduce the time for adaptation and maintain the level of professional performance.


programme, cadet, value, attitude, sport

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