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https://doi.org/10.15516/cje.v21i1.3440

Gender and Age Differences in Attitudes of Serbian Pupils toward Physical Education Lessons and their Preferences Regarding Lesson Organisation

Bojan Mašanović ; University of Montenegro, Faculty for Sport and Physical Education


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This research has been conducted with the aim of evaluating gender and age differences in attitudes of Serbian students toward Physical Education lessons and their preferences regarding lesson organisation. The sample of 542 students was divided into 4 subsamples: 140 female primary school pupils (13.51±0.41) and 129 male primary school pupils (13.47±0.33) from grade seven, and 134 secondary school female pupils (16.49±0.36) and 139 secondary school male pupils (16.44±0.37) from grade two. For the purpose of the research, the subjects voluntarily filled in two standardised questionnaires. ANOVA was used to determine significant differences in attitudes toward Physical Education lessons between pupils of different age and of different gender, while a Chi-square test was used to determine significant differences in pupils’ preferences regarding Physical Education lesson organisation. The results showed that primary school pupils had significantly more positive attitudes toward Physical Education lessons in relation to secondary school pupils, and that younger pupils prefer gender-based organisation of lessons which changes with respect to age and gender.

Ključne riječi

lessons, primary and secondary schools, Serbia.

Hrčak ID:

220707

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/220707

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