THE IMPLICATIONS OF SPECIAL THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE PRE-UNIVERISTARY CURRICULUM
Special knowledge is represented by the students’ knowledge form the different athletic tests
required by the pre-universitary curriculum, such as sporting games (volleyball, basketball, football,
handball), athletics running, jumping, throwing) and gymnastics (apparatus and floor exercises)..
By comparing the acquisition level of the general and special knowledge, there is noticed a more
elevated level in the case of the special knowledge, where students, besides practicing them over Physical
Education classes, also find them in mass media or practice them in sports sections, etc.
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All these impose a new methodological attitude regarding school physical education, especially in
the context of the Olympic Movement.