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Ortaöğretim Öğrencilerinin Beden Eğitimi Dersine Yönelik Tutumları İle Akademik Başarı Motivasyonlarının İncelenmesi (Konya Anadolu Lisesi Örneği)

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Author(s): Mehibe AKANDERE | Nur Tuba ÖZYALVAÇ | Savaş DUMAN

Journal: Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi
ISSN 1302-1796

Issue: 24;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Physical education | attitude | success | motivation

ABSTRACT
Being the supplementary and indispensable part of general education, physical education is also the education of personality. Physical education takes an important role in the formation of general education by making the society have a healthy structure in physical, psychological, mental and social ways. The importance of physical education in general education is clear. Therefore, developing positive attitude to physical activity has been the aim of physical education lesson programs. The attitude is often pronounced concept in street, media, education, academic studies and many sections. That so much pronounced concept “the attitude” has been investigated as the research subject by many scientists and still being investigated. Person has experienced many periods since he was born. The puberty is one of these periods. The puberty may be considered as the transitional period between childhood and adulthood. The importance of adolescent’s having different behaviors and features, success, motivation, psychological situation, and personality that he creates via environment or is still searching is great.The sample of the research consisted of 299 people in all, from 9, 10 and 11 the classes of Anatolian High school in Konya during 2008-2009 teaching year. In order to determine the attitudes of the students participated in the research to physical education, Physical education lesson attitude scale, via which validity and reliability studies were done, was used (Tavşancıl 2002, Tekin 2004, Çetin 2006).In order to determine academic motivation levels of the students participated in the research ,Academic motivation scale (aims), via which validity and reliability studies were done, was used (Vallerand and friends, 1992) . Academic motivation scale consists of three sub dimensions. First sub-dimension is called intrinsic motivation. The items collected under this factor commonly include individuals’ going into action without any extrinsic effect in starting a job and doing it. The second factor is called extrinsic motivation. The items collected under this factor commonly include individuals’ many several behaviors conducted since they are tools for a final aim , not for doing the behavior itself in starting a job and doing it. The third factor is called a motivation. The items collected under this factor commonly include individuals’ not are being motivated both intrinsically and extrinsically in starting a job and doing it. When the individuals don’t perceive the relation between their actions and the results, a motivation is discussed. (Büyüköztürk 2004).The evaluation of the research data was made using t–test, One-Way ANOVA, Full-Square and Chi-Square tests for the groups independent from parametric tests due to normality tests. The error level for this study was taken as 0.05. When the attitudes of the secondary education students (attended to the research) to the physical education lesson were examined, However, statistically significant differences were observed in terms of their sex, class levels, ages, the condition of making exercise in their spare times and making regular sports in a sports club (P0,05). On the other hand, the comparison of Academic Motivation scores of the students with their classes and age groups; the comparison of a motivation scores with the father’s job and preparatory course being take; the comparison of intrinsic and a motivation scores with making sports and exercise; and the comparison of intrinsic scores with making sports in a sports club were determined to be significantly different (P0,05). However, a significant relationship was obtained between the attitudes of the students to the physical education lesson and the sub-dimensions of academic motivation i.e. extrinsic and intrinsic scores (P
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