Wushu Teaching Strategy and Development in Urban and Rural Schools
Zu-Gang Bai 1 *
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1 Department of Physical Education, Hubei University of Chinese Medicine, Wuhan, Hubei, CHINA* Corresponding Author


Affected by economic factors, rural sports are far behind cities in equipment construction and faculty, among urban and rural physical education, martial arts teaching is a considerable important part. The paper utilizes comparative analysis method and relative number comparison method, starts from urban and rural martial arts teaching development and martial arts cultural inheritance two aspects to analyze urban and rural martial arts teaching existing gap. Firstly, by deepen analysis of urban and rural martial arts course setup forms, curricular class hour, curricular established items; it researches on urban and rural martial arts teaching development. Secondly, by analyzing urban and rural sports teachers attitudes toward martial arts teaching, urban and rural students comprehension status on martial arts as well as comprehension paths, it states martial arts inheritance issue in urban and rural martial arts teaching process, and for gap be-tween towns and countries, it further gets conclusions that urban and rural martial arts teaching have great gaps, city martial arts teaching course established forms are relative plentiful, arranged class hours are more, and items’ contents selectivity is stronger, no matter students or teachers, their comprehension paths and behavioral attitudes toward martial arts teaching are better than rural teachers and students, by comparing, rural martial arts teaching is inferior to city ones.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 12, December 2017, 7791-7797


Publication date: 21 Nov 2017

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