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Title: Takmičenja učenika osnovnoškolskog uzrasta u krosu
Authors: Marković, Živorad
Goran, Sekeljic
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: Extracurricular activities of students got legal basis by the introduction of school law in 1958, when schools got the obligation to organize extracurricular activities in order to successfully organize students’ education, broadening of social life and students’ free time. Extracurricular activities connected with physical education are: school clubs, competitions, street running, excursions, camping and other activities in nature and public manifestations. Cross country running is running on medium and long tracks in nature. This is one of the most frequent sports events in the world. In primary schools’ plan and programme cross country competitions are integral part of physical education and schools are obliged to organize cross country competitions for all primary schools students. Two cross country competitions are planned for one school year and these are spring cross country running and autumn cross country running. The organization of cross country competition especially for younger primary school students demands serious planning. Students’ age, physiological and psychophysical characteristics must be taken into consideration. In order to have nice memories from their cross country competition, students must be prepared. Preparations of students are obligatory for all school years.
Type: article
ISSN: 2560-550X
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Education, Jagodina

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