|Title:||The Practice and Challenges of Handball Instruction in Some Selected Government Preparatory Schools of Addis Ababa|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Dr. Solomon Teka|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||This study was conducted to find out the challenge of teaching handball of some governmental preparatory schools of Addis Ababa. A descriptive survey method research method was employed to carry out this study. The scope of the study is delemeted to the some selected government schools of Addis Ababa preparatory schools. As a result the researcher using lottery method selected Ayertena Secondary and Preparatory School from Kolfe Keranio Sub city, Balcha Secondary and preparatory School from Lideta Sub city, Kefitegna 23 (SOS) Preparatory School from Nifas Silk Lafto Sub city, Addis Ketema Preparatory from Addis Ketema Sub City and Derartu Tulu Preparatory School from Akaki Kaliti Sub City. Out of the total population 3815 grade 12 students of sampled school 200(5.2%) of them were selected as a sample of the study. All HPE teachers and principals of the sampled schools were selected as sample of the study. Both primary as well as secondary data sources of data were used. The result of the findings of this study are concluded as, thus lack of sporting equipment, adequately trained personnel, the failure of government to prioritize school sports and the lack of involvement of private sector and parent- teacher association are the main obstacles if the school sports Based on the findings the following conclusion was drawn. Lack of sporting equipment, adequately trained personnel, the failure of government to prioritize school sports and the lack of involvement of private sector and parent- teacher association in influence the school handball sports. Based on the finding and conclusion the following recommendation was set. Those physical education teachers, principals, parents, sport officials, medias, NGOs should work together to improve the the challenges of school handball.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis-Sport Science|
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