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Influence of Teaching Style on Pupils Engagement in Physical and Sport Education in Grammar School of Brazzaville

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DOI: 10.4236/ape.2019.94021    93 Downloads   209 Views

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The aim of the study is to analyze whether the teaching style in Physical and Sport Education (PSE) influences the involvement of students in learning. The theory that non-interference, democratic and authoritarian styles of teaching at different times in the same physical and sport education lessons promotes student engagement in the building of motor skills. Our study took place in Brazzaville in public grammar school. A sample of 20 Physical and sport education teachers and 321 grade 4 and 3 students took part in the experiment. A questionnaire was distributed to students to determine the causes of their commitment to the teachers perception of the personality, the representations of the physical and sport education discipline and the teaching styles used by the teacher similarly, another questionnaire prepared was intended for teachers to analyze learning situations and to interpret teachers behaviours. The results show that 52% of pupils are involved in “learning and progress” learning with the authoritarian style, 58% of pupils are involved in learning “maintain order in physical and sport education” with the authoritarian style, against 40% of students are involved in learning to “get involved” with the non-interference style and 53% of students are involved in learning to “have fun” with the democratic style. In conclusion, the physical and sport education teachers favor much more the authoritarian style during the lessons of physical and sport education, in the Grammar schools of Brazzaville.

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Sylvain, M. , Jean, I. , Gabin, F. , Suzie, M. and De-Consentie, M. (2019) Influence of Teaching Style on Pupils Engagement in Physical and Sport Education in Grammar School of Brazzaville. Advances in Physical Education, 9, 303-313. doi: 10.4236/ape.2019.94021.

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