The Effect of Teachers' Attitude Towards the Teaching of Physical Education in Magada Sub county Namutumba District

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TABLES OF CONTENTS

Declaration ..................................................................................................................... i

Approval ........................................................................................................................ ii

Dedication ..................................................................................................................... iii

Acknowledgement. ....................................................................................................... iv

Abstract. ........................................................................................................................ v

List of Table ................................................................................................................... vi

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction ................................................................................................................... l

1.0 Background of the study ......................................................................................... 2

1.1 Background of the sub-county ................................................................................ 2

1.2 Statement of the problem ........................................................................................ 3

1.3 Purpose of the study ............................................................................................... -3

1.4 Specific objectives of the study ................................................................................ 3

1.5 Research questions ................................................................................................... 4

1.6 Significance of the study ........................................................................................... 4

1. 7 The scope of the study ............................................................................................ .4

1.8 Definition of the important terms ............................................................................ .4

CHAPTER TWO

Review of related literature ............................................................................................. 7

2.0 Introduction ............................................................................................................... ?

2.1 The importance of physical education to the growth and development of the

child ................................................................................................................................... ?

2.2 Challenges facing physical education in primary schools ........................................... 8

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2.3 Ways through which physical education performance can be improved and

encouraged ........................................................................................................................ 10

CHAPTER THREE

Study Methodology ........................................................................................................... 14

3.0 Introduction ................................................................................................................ 14

3.1 Research design .......................................................................................................... 14

3.2 Area of study ............................................................................................................... 14

3 .3 Population of study ..................................................................................................... 14

3.4 Sample techniques and sample size ........................................................................... 14

3.SSource of data .............................................................................................................. 15

3.6 Methods of data collection .......................................................................................... 15

3.6 Interviewing ................................................................................................................ 15

3.6.3 Questionnaires ......................................................................................................... 16

3.7 Reliability and validity ................................................................................................. 16

3.7.1 Editing and spot checking ....................................................................................... 16

3.8 Procedure for data collection ...................................................................................... 16

3.9 Data analysis ............................................................................................................... 17

3.10 Limitations and solutions encouraged during the study .......................................... 17

CHAPTER FOUR

Data Analysis, Presentation and Interpretation of Findings ............................................ 18

Table 1 Teachers' attitude towards the teaching of P.E .................................................. 18

Table 2 Inspected and not inspected P.E lessons ............................................................ 18

Table 3 Importance of P.E in the life of a learner ........................................................... 19

Table 4 P.E teachers Qualifications ................................................................................. 19

Table 5 Learners' formations during P.E lessons ............................................................. 20

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Table 6 Consistency of teaching P .E lessons .................................................................... 20

Table 7 Learners attitudes towards teaching and learning of P.E. .................................. 21

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1 Teachers' attitude towards the teaching of P.E. ................................................ 18

Table 2 Inspected and not inspected P.E LESSONS ....................................................... 18

Table 3 Importance of P.E in the life of a learner .......................................................... 19

Table 4P.E teachers Qualifications ................................................................................. 19

Table 5 Learners' formations during P.E lessons ............................................................ 20

Table 6 Consistency of teaching P.E lessons .................................................................. 20

Table 7 Learners attitude towards the teaching and learning of P.E ............................. 21

Table 8 Ways to encourage and improve P.E performance ........................................... 21

CHAPTER FIVE

Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 22

Discussion ........................................................................................................................ 22

Conclusion ......................................................................................................................... 23

Recommendation .............................................................................................................. 23

References ......................................................................................................................... 25

Appendix A. ....................................................................................................................... 26

Appendix B ........................................................................................................................ 28

Appendix C. ....................................................................................................................... 29

Appendix D ........................................................................................................................ 30

Appendix E. ....................................................................................................................... 31

Appendix F ...................................................................................................................... .31  

ABSTRACT This study was carried out to analyze the effect of teacher's attitude towards the teaching of physical education in Magada sub county Namutumba district. It was guided by the following objectives namely; To find out the importance of P.E to the growth and development of a child. To find out the challenges facing the quality of P.E in Magada sub-county Namutumba district. To find out ways through which P.E performance can be improved and encouraged in Magada sub-county Namutumba district. The study employed both simple random and stratified sampling techniques to get 132 sample respondents a representation of 5 schools. Interviews guide, observation check list and questionnaire were used to collect data. This study also employed survey design to critically examine the effect of teachers' attitude towards the teaching of P.E in Magada sub county Namutumba district. The study found out that in the schools visited the ineffectiveness of and poor performance of P.E is largely due to the teachers' negative attitude towards the teaching of the subject. It was conciuded that the ineffectiveness and poor performance of P.E is not only due to negative attitude of teachers but also due to other factors like lack of inspection but the head teachers, inadequate facilitates and others. Also there is total lack of P.E specialists to teach the P.E and teachers are not motivated by any incentives like allowances. Finally a number of recommendations were made such as; aiming at encouraging learners to do physical activities at their own level and encouraging them to like subject by their teacher.

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Frontiers, E. & MOSES, W (2022). The Effect of Teachers' Attitude Towards the Teaching of Physical Education in Magada Sub county Namutumba District. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-effect-of-teachers-attitude-towards-the-teaching-of-physical-education-in-magada-sub-county-namutumba-district

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Frontiers, Edu, and WADUMA MOSES "The Effect of Teachers' Attitude Towards the Teaching of Physical Education in Magada Sub county Namutumba District" Afribary. Afribary, 24 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/the-effect-of-teachers-attitude-towards-the-teaching-of-physical-education-in-magada-sub-county-namutumba-district. Accessed 05 Oct. 2022.

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Frontiers, Edu, and WADUMA MOSES . "The Effect of Teachers' Attitude Towards the Teaching of Physical Education in Magada Sub county Namutumba District". Afribary, Afribary, 24 Aug. 2022. Web. 05 Oct. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/the-effect-of-teachers-attitude-towards-the-teaching-of-physical-education-in-magada-sub-county-namutumba-district >.

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Frontiers, Edu and MOSES, WADUMA . "The Effect of Teachers' Attitude Towards the Teaching of Physical Education in Magada Sub county Namutumba District" Afribary (2022). Accessed October 05, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/the-effect-of-teachers-attitude-towards-the-teaching-of-physical-education-in-magada-sub-county-namutumba-district