ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARD PHYSICAL EDUCATION AS A WAEC EXAMINABLE SUBJECT

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARD PHYSICAL EDUCATION AS A WAEC EXAMINABLE SUBJECT

TABLE CONTENT

TITLE PAGE

CERTIFICATION                                                    

DEDICATION                                                            

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                         

TABLE CONTENT                                                    

CHAPTER ONE

Background to the Study

Statement of the Problem

Purpose of the Study

Scopes of the Study

Research Question

Hypothesis

Significant of the Study

CHAPTER TWO

Review of Literature

CHAPTER THREE

Methodology

Research Design

Area of Study

Population of Study

Sample and Sampling

Instrument for data Collection

Validation of the Instrument

Administration of the Instrument

Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

Analysis of Data and Discussion of Findings

Discussion of the Result

CHAPTER FIVE

Summary Conclusion and Recommendation

Summary

Conclusion

Implication of the Study

Recommendation

Limitation of the Study

Suggestion of the Study

REFERENCES                                                           

APPENDIX                                                                   

ABSTRACT

This research work was carried out to look into the attitude of secondary school students toward physical education as a WAEC examinable subject in Ise/Orun local Government Area of Ekiti-State.

Questionnaire was designed in section A & B and administered in selected secondary school in Ise/Orun local Government Area of Ekiti-State to obtain relevant data. The population comprises of secondary schools students, game master and members of sport committee from the school, 240 respondents were selected from each of the six (6) secondary school use in the local government regardless of gender and tribe.  Simple random sampling method was used to select 240 students. Descriptive research statistics or frequency counts and percentage were used, while inferential statistic of Chi-Square was also used to calculate the data collected.

The findings revealed that physical education was not be seen as an academic discipline. Physical education was allowed to be made compulsory course subject for junior school students in Ise/orun Local Government Area of Ekiti State is hereby rejected.

The researcher recommended that Physical education subjects should be considered as a prospective course by secondary school students in Ise/orun local Government Area in Ekiti State

  CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study

Physical education is of great influence in the whole process of -education of an individual and therefore cannot be over emphasised. It is the genuine opinion of educationalist that any education programme that is without physical education is unbalance or unsound.

Omoruen (2007) asserted that physical education is the phase of education which deals with the development and adjustment of individual through carefully planned experience. He further states that physical and health education is primarily concerned with the qualitative aspect of human behaviour. If a man must function as a total organism and wants his learning, every experience to learn its imprint upon his totality, there must be change in his mental, physical, emotion, social and spirited attitudes.

Awosika and Aina (2004) postulated that physical and health education as a WAAEC Examination could simply be termed as a study of man and his naturalistic unlimited movements. Physical education is known as the only subject that comprises of all the several administrative procedure designed to develop individuals, physical and health education trains the student’s notion in exercise and activities, but also mentally, responses emotional and moral adjustment. Educationalist believe the fact that what education starts at birth and throughout development nothing gives the kids as much learning to crawl, stand and walk, these one evidence that he is developing normally.

Moronkola (2000) affirmed that physical education is the major parts of the total education process that ensured advancing vigour, strength, endurance, stimulation of organic growth promotion of social efficiency and teaching of attitude towards recreation and leisure, toward recreation and leisure line physical activities, while Burcher and Kneing (2004) believe physical and health education aims at the development of organic, mental health and human relationship and sense of appreciation.

The landmark in the recognition of physical and Health Education as a worthwhile academic subject come in the wake of the national policy on education (2001) which split out the Nigeria’s philosophy of education from which the basic objective for physical and health education was developed three major document of physical education namely.

Statement of the Problem

Attitude are formed by people as a result of some kind of learning experience if the experience is favourable a positive is formed and vice-versa.

The attitude people hold can frequently influence the way they act in person and large situation for this reason administrators psychologist and sociologist are concerned with attitude development, how they affect behaviour and how they can be changed. This is the cross road physical education as an academic subject’s finds itself. Researchers have been shown that most parents are not happy to hear their children and ward talk about physical education and sports. According to Awosika (2004) Orunaboka (2004), parents are not knowledgeable enough about the academic programmes in physical education. Some non-physical education lecturers at the colleges of education, and universities believes that physical education is not the do well students, they saw it to be the academic drop out, hence parent often says “I do not send you to school into go and play sport, football or jumping and running about on the field “ Young (2002) assents that attitudes which arouse behaviour and sustain or terminate on activity and progress, they regulates on organised behaviour and they lead to the acquisition of motive and stable disposition to act in support of the above Awosika (2005) optioned that several attempts have been made to identify teacher and students attitude towards physical education in WAEC examination but no much positive result. Allen (2004) stated that researchers should use mater o0f urgency to investigate some means by which desirable changes in the attitude of secondary school students could be fastened and indured for the acceptance of physical education as an academic subject. Academic scholars may agree with the researcher, that the objectives of the science curricular include fastening favourable attitude towards science and imparting  Cognitive knowledge which physical education as a science courses doing in this millennium. Physical education of the advance level, (Under and cost graduate level.) studies is having specialization course like “sport medicine, exercise physiology sport Equipment Technology, sport facilities engineering, human Anatomy and psychology in sport, sport management, sport insurance, among others after the observation of the content of physical education curricular, Udek and Oruneboa b(2001) asserted that consequently upon this, considerable funds and efforts have been expanded on the research and development of physical education as an academic subject is low.

Physical education was significantly related to students achievement. Also Campbell and Martince Perez (2005) conducted a study on relationship between attitude and achievement in physical education class and observed that the attitude of students toward physical education was not a predictor or achievement and that a significant positive relationship existed between secondary school student process skills achievement and their attitude towards physical education.

The researcher has observed that several attempt have been made in developed and under developed countries to identify secondary school students attitude toward physical education which much has not be done, if any physical education as a science subject in secondary school. it is the interest of the researcher to investigate some means by which desirable change in the secondary school students attitude could be faster and induce in the learning of physical education as a WAEC examination.

Purpose of the study

This study was designed to find the attitude of secondary school students toward physical education as a WAEC Examinable subject in Ise/Orun local Government area of Ekiti-state.

Specifically the study intends to find out if :

  1. Physical education subject should be considered as WAEC Examination Subject in Secondary Schools student in Ise/Orun Local Government.
  2. Physical education to be made compulsory subject for secondary school in Ise/Orun local government area of Ekiti-State.
  3. Physical Education subject be considered as an academic discipline by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.
  4. Physical Education be considered as a prospective course by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.

 

Scope of the Study

The study focus on the attitude of secondary school students who register for WAEC will be selected and will be used from Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.

The questionnaire will be the research instrument for the study and analysis of the date will be done using simple percentage for the demographic date and chi-square for section B items. The question will be distributed by the researchers and three (3) other researchers’ assistance from the department.

The research will be based only on the independent variables which are limited awareness of physical Education as a WAEC Examination, poor facilities and equipment, lack of interest of students in physical Education and age in sport participation.

Research Questions

The study attempted to answer the following questions

  1. Will physical education be considered as an WAEC examinable Subject by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State?
  2. Will practical aspect of physical education be considered bas a WAEC examinable Subject by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State?
  3. Will physical education subject be considered as an academic discipline by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State?
  4. Will physical education be considered as a prospective course secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State?

Hypotheses

The following hypotheses were formulated for the study.

  1. Physical education will not be considered as an WAEC examinable Subject by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.
  2. Physical education will not be allowed to be made a compulsory course by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.
  3. Physical education will not be considered as an academic discipline by secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.
  4. Physical education will not be considered prospective as a course secondary school students in Ise/Orun Local Government area of Ekiti-State.

 

 

Significant of the Study.

The researcher hope that the study was serve as an avenue of creating forum in which erroneous believes of secondary school students’ will be refined towards physical education. It was also serve as a platform in which value and benefits of physical education to both students and the society shall be qualified.

Research also hope that  the study was equally serve as an educative and interactive season that will change wrong impression being educed with physical education by parent at home as injury prone activities. It also serves as an avenue of alleged the fear that continues pursuit by the students.

Lastly, it was also reaffirm that the position of physical curricular in our secondary schools in the local government area under the study.

 

 

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