Tran Thi Tu, Truong Duc Manh


Physical education is a pedagogical process aimed at educating and training young people, perfecting their bodies and personality, improving their working ability, and prolonging human life. It is a part of the sport of Vietnam, one of the basic activities with a clear orientation in society, an organizational process to transmit and absorb the values of physical training and sport in the system. general education and reformation system of the school. On the basis of the meaning and role of such physical education, the article aims to evaluate the current situation of physical education work at Chu Van An high school in Thai Nguyen province of Vietnam. The results of this study will serve as a basis for the development of solutions to improve the effectiveness of the school's physical education work, ensuring its scientific and practical value.


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physical education; sports; pupil; Chu Van An High School; Thai Nguyen; Vietnam

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v9i4.4617


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