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OPINIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS ABOUT LESSONS DURING THE PREPARATION FOR TEACHING

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Author(s): Mustafa Kayıhan ERBAŞ | Hüseyin ÜNLÜ

Journal: Beden Egitimi ve Spor Bilimleri Dergisi
ISSN 1307-6477

Volume: 6;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 200;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Physical Education Teacher | Preparation for Teaching | Physical Education Teacher Education Program

ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to determine physical education teachers’ opinions of lessons during the preparation for teaching. The research group consisted of 242 physical education teachers from 5 different cities during the 2009–2010 education year. The study used a data collection tool developed by Hill and Brodin (2004) by arranged, comprising 25 questions with a five-point response scale. Data analysis used descriptive statistics of arithmetic mean and standard deviation. In addition with according to the obtained data it was used that, frequency and percentage. Of the 25 subject title which was investigated in the questionnaire, generally as very important by the physical education teachers. However some title foremost than the others. According to questions and five different answer selection, many physical education teachers answered as; “very important” to questions about teaching practice (83.5%), knowledge and skills related to sports branches (76%), first aid knowledge (66.9%), training information (58.7%), knowledge of teaching methods (57%), health information (56.2%), communication skills (53.7%), and lesson planning (52.5%). The same fields had the highest scores in terms of the mean values. Examining the survey responses, it was determined that whether the teachers consider the given subject matters to be important in terms of pre-service education according to the requirements of the field.
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