EFFECTIVENESS IN APPLYING SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE SWIMMING PRACTICE SKILLS OF STUDENT AT THU DAU MOT UNIVERSITY, VIETNAM

Nguyen Duc Thanh, Trinh Phuoc Thanh

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Based on assessing the current situation of teaching and finding feasible solutions to improve students’ practical capacity of swimming at Thu Dau Mot University, the paper has assessed the effectiveness of innovatory solutions application. The results indicated that students’ health, technical skills and achievement were improved significantly.

 

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swimming, solution, capacity, students, practice, Thu Dau Mot University

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