The relevance of the topic presented is since an important condition for improving the effectiveness of the physical education process at present is the development of a high level of motivation in physical education practitioners. Achieving this high level of motivation can be achieved by optimizing the time spent in the lesson, i.e. by increasing the motor density of the lesson. This paper assumes that one of the important components of a physical education teacher’s activity that affects the motor density and therefore the motivation of students to engage in physical education is his style of pedagogical communication. At the same time, an analysis of the scientific and methodological literature and one’s own pedagogical experience makes it possible to highlight the contradiction between the need to target certain styles of physical education teachers and the lack of attention to this problem by specialists in physical education and sports. Thus, the relevance of this work is beyond doubt regarding the development of recommendations for physical education teachers that help correct certain style characteristics that reduce the effectiveness of teaching. The aim of this study is to develop psychological and pedagogical recommendations aimed at improving the effectiveness of physical education teachers by correcting certain style characteristics. The research has made it possible to formulate psychological and pedagogical recommendations, which make it possible to have a targeted impact on certain manifestations of the style of pedagogical communication that reduce the effectiveness of pedagogical activities. During the pedagogical experiment, the effectiveness of the developed recommendations was proved and reliable indicators of the motor density of the lesson were obtained.


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