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Title: Implementation of Physical Education in Second Cycle Primary School of Paisa Area
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Dr. Bezabih Wolde
Alem, Worku
Keywords: Physical Education Curriculum
Issue Date: Apr-2013
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to investigate the implementation of physical education curriculum in second cycle primary schools of paisa area. In view of this objective, an attempt was made on how far the approved curriculum was implemented in second cycle primary school. The study was carried out by using both quantitative and qualitative methods to describe what is describing, recording, analyzing and interpreting conditions that exist. The compositions of respondents are 7 teachers and 90 students and 3 directors, who were selected purposely for the study. Questionnaire, interview and observation were the instruments of data collection. The data gathered through questionnaire and interview was analyzed using percentage. The study showed that the implementation of physical education curriculum in second cycle primary schools of paisa area did not properly achieve the intended standard. Curriculum inputs such as the approved syllabuses, textbooks, teachers’ guides and other instructional and practical materials in most the schools the absence of adequate professionals in physical education was a persistent problem that hinder the school to properly follow and implement the physical education curriculum. Furthermore, the study had revealed that the schools were ill-equipped with the desired minimum conditions and requirements of the primary school and learning facilities. Based on the findings,appropriate recommendations are also forwarded.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13880
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