The effect of a proposed educational program for physical education lesson on developing some life skills and reducing the phenomenon of school violence for fourth-grade middle school students
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2020, Volume 16, Issue 3, Pages 718-737
AbstractThe aim of the research is to: Prepare an educational program for physical education lesson for fourth-grade middle school students and trace the effect of the prepared educational program on developing some life skills and reduce the phenomenon of school violence.
The experimental curriculum was adopted to conform to the specifics of the research problem and its sample, as it included fourth preparatory students in the (brotherhood) prep in the governorate of Erbil, for the academic year 2019-2020, and the number (79) students. The research sample was chosen by random poll, as it reached (40) students, at a rate of (20) students for each of the two experimental research groups that were taught using the prepared educational program and the control that was studied in the usual prevailing way. The researcher used the statistical bag spss to collect and process the data, And concluded that the educational program for the physical education lesson had a positive impact in developing life skills and reducing school violence for fourth-grade middle school students. The results of the dimensional tests confirmed the progress of both experimental and control groups on their results in the tribal tests. She recommended the necessity of relying on prepared programs in which educational aspects crossed with educational curricula to refine the behavior of students at different ages and to improve their personalities by developing their life skills, paying attention to the emerging problems, life aspects, and the changing circumstances surrounding students and setting up immediate plans to deal with them scientifically and behaviorally, and to increase academic aspects to address aspects Demonstrated behavior in students' emotions and limiting their life skills.
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