Dušan Ilić, Ratko Pavlović, Grujo Bjeković


The article presents various possibilities for the realization of the lesson and its structure (percentage of individual parts) that can be used in practice. The advantage of this approach and contribution is the possibility of different and more interesting planning and use of classes. This approach would avoid a long-lasting monotonous pattern in the realization of physical education classes. The approach to the realization of the lesson by the teacher and the student's adoption of teaching contents (teaching cycle) is in the function of innovation and a more interesting approach in school practice. Such possibilities are refreshing the performance of the lesson in relation to the previous classic articulation of the lesson, practicing students in teaching in this area.


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