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    STUDIA EDUCATIO ARTIS GYMNASTICAE - Ediţia nr.4 din 2011  
         
  Articol:   CERCETARE PRIVIND IMPLEMENTAREA EDUCAŢIEI FIZICE ÎN ŞCOALĂ LA ELEVII TRANSILVĂNENI DE 11-18 ANI / RESEARCH INTO BONDING WITH PHYSICAL EDUCATION AT SCHOOL AMONG 11-18 YEAR-OLD TRANSYLVANIAN STUDENTS.

Autori:  HAMAR PÁL.
 
       
         
  Rezumat:  By joining the European Union, Romania was given the opportunity to embark upon the “common European” thinking in the field of Physical Education. A research study (Gombocz 1999) conducted in Hungary at the end of the twentieth century points out that PE teachers think the popularity of physical education among students is on the decrease. This tendency holds true especially at secondary but also at primary schools. The aim of this research is to find out about the attitudes of 11-18 year-old Transylvanian boys and girls towards physical education and sports at school and whether the positive and negative attitudes towards physical education at school are manifest in the light of sex and age. The sample is made up of 1101 11-18 year-old students from Arad and Odorheiu Secuiesc. Distribution of the sexes: 411 boys and 690 girls. The method applied with the cross-section test was a questionnaire survey. Data collection and filling in the questionnaires took place in the academic year 2006/2007. Factors were created from the questions of the questionnaire. Nine questions belong to the factors relevant to our study. The 11-18 year-old Transylvanian boys and girls participating in the study had an overwhelmingly positive attitude towards physical education and sports at school. Our test results confirmed that boys, except for the age group of 11-12, showed a more favourable attitude to physical education at any age than girls. At the same time, positive emotional attitudes towards physical education decrease significantly from the age of 13-14 with boys and from the age of 11-12 with girls.

Keywords: Transylvanian Students, Physical Education, attitudes
 
         
     
         
         
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