Understanding of Competitive Sports Conducted by School Under the New Curriculum Standard

Housheng Zhang, Xiaoping Liu


Because some teachers and the leaders as well as many sports theorists have some conceptual misunderstanding of competitive sports conducted by school, there’re some differences of opinions about competitive sports in physical education field, it would have a negative effect on the development of competitive sports in school. This essay is mainly on the basis of the new curriculum standard, which analyzes competitive sports conducted by school from three aspects such as concept, classification, process of systematization, it makes a conclusion: the competitive sports is formal, semi-formal or informal one that has take the school practical situation into consideration, it conforms to the basic idea of the curriculum of sports and the health curriculum, the requirement of teaching content as well as the needs of development in body and mind.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ies.v1n3p30

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