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Rational thinkings on the universities’ “special group” students’ physical education curriculum design

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To conduct this study, the literatures, questionnaires, interviews and other methods were used, the analysis of the present situation and health status of the students’ physical education in universities “special group”, and the nature of the course and teaching modes of thinking were also done in order to provide references to improve sports education in colleges and universities.

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Han, J. (2013) Rational thinkings on the universities’ “special group” students’ physical education curriculum design. Health, 5, 1076-1078. doi: 10.4236/health.2013.56144.


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