Ronaldo Arief Hidayat


The purpose of this study is to explain the learning presented by the teacher in the lesson, namely the results of achieving standard capacity skills and basic skills that describe the rules and foundations for optimizing the main material, learning activities and skill acceptance index for evaluation. The curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the content and learning materials as well as the methods used as guidelines for the implementation of learning activities to achieve certain educational goals. (Law No. 20 TH. 2003 concerning the National Education System). In the physical education curriculum, not only at the secondary level, but also at the tertiary level, there seems to be a segmentation of practical and theoretical knowledge. Physical sports and health education (PJOK) is an integral part of overall education, aiming to develop aspects of physical fitness, movement skills, critical thinking skills, social skills, reasoning, emotional stability, moral action, aspects of a healthy lifestyle and the introduction of a clean environment through selected physical activities, sports and health that are planned systematically in order to achieve national education goals

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