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Archive - Volume 2, Issue No.3, Published: September 2017 - Next edition - December 2017
Art. No.13. Acknowledgement increase effect in accordance with the health improvement motor activities among students 

Dimka B. Nestorova
University of food technologies, Plovdiv, BULGARIA
Center ot physical education and sport  

Keywords: physical education, physical activity, theoretical knowledge, students

Received on 12 September, 2017.
Accepted on 20 September, 2017.
Published on 30 September, 2017.
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How to cite: Nestorova, D. (2017) Acknowledgement increase effect in accordance with the health improvement motor activities among students. Physical Education, Sport, Kinesitherapy Research Journal /PESKRJ/, 2(3), Art.13, pp.89-99
Abstract:
      
Due to a number of objective and subjective reasons, the years of 'Transition' in Bulgaria have been accompanied by social and economical, ethical and moral crisis, and value system change, which has had a degrading influence on the public and social spheres of activity, including on the Bulgarian education. The accumulated social and economical problems, in combination with the cultural, educational, and instructive lapses, have been multiplied from the high to the higher education and have resulted in lack of interest to the motor activities and negative attitude towards “Physical education” (P.E.).
       The extracted working hypothesis is based on the assumption that the general knowledge and sports literacy shall help for the complete realization of the educational functions of PE as a support for the involvement of young people into active and healthy lifestyle with a view to the long-term public, social, and professional expression of the personality. In connection to this, the objective of this study is an attempt of stimulating the personal choice to active participation in sports events by adding up a variety in the contents of  Physical education and increasing the general sports, health and prophylaxis knowledge of the students. The subject of this study was the effect of introducing theoretical knowledge to the motivation of the students for activities, involving motor skills, and the object was the dynamics of attendance of classes.
       Based on the analysis of the results, we think that the expansion of the general and sports knowledge of the students and the increase of their awareness in connection to the role and significance of the health improving motor activities, increases the efficiency of educational process in P.E. and has a motivating influence on regular sports activities.
      Theoretical knowledge in P.E., introduced in all the levels of the educational system have the potential to turn into an effective means of educating behavioral determinants of health as a support to the health, prophylactic and promotion activities against socially significant diseases. 
 
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