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Views on Knowledge in Football Education in Physical Education in Brazzaville, Congo

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ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to find the reasons why football isn’t taught in the general and technical schools of Brazzaville, Congo. A cross-sectional survey, conducted throughout Brazzaville (Congo), targeted at a representative sample of 50 teachers aged 35 to 49 years. These subjects were teaching physical education in high schools. Our investigation, undertaken from February 2018 to April 2018, was based on of a questionnaire administered to the teachers of physical education evolving in the high schools of Brazzaville that was articulated around their representation on it put on football in physical education. The results indicate that the reason that football isn’t taught is attributable to the lack of initiative and creativity shown by the teaching of the physical education in high schools in Brazzaville. Our data show the importance of problems associated to football learning among Congolese teachers of physical education.

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Lembe, G. , Bantsotsa, H. and Massamba, A. (2019) Views on Knowledge in Football Education in Physical Education in Brazzaville, Congo. Advances in Physical Education, 9, 103-116. doi: 10.4236/ape.2019.92008.

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