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Published Online: September 01, 2016
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The article deals with the problems of teaching physics in the secondary school according to the tasks of polytechnic education with regard to innovation technologies along with giving brief analysis of studies devoted to improving the polytechnic content of the school physics course. The role and place of applied material given the present conditions of teaching physics at school were considered through the analysis of the social and economic aspect pursuant to the requirements of scientific and technical progress. Upon scientific and pedagogical analysis of the theory and practice of polytechnic teaching of physics in the secondary school, the article shows the necessity to intensify applied training of pupils while studying physical bases of the key areas in the present-day scientific and technical progress. The results develop a new methodological model of the system of polytechnic physics education.
Keywords: Modern production; academic process; personal development; polytechnic education; laws of physics
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