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«European Journal of Physical Education and Sport» - scientific journal.

E-ISSN 2409-1952

Publication frequency – once a year.
Issued from 2013.

3 September 07, 2015

Articles and Statements

1. M. Bensabeur, H.M. Benkazdali, H. Benssikadour, M. Sebbane, A. Laroua , A. Belkadi , O. Benbernou, J. Gleyse
The School Environment and its Relation with the Quality of Teaching Physical Education

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(9), Is. 3, pp. 130-136.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.9.130CrossRef

This study aims to explore the nature of the relationship between the quality of education of the PE and the school environment that revolves around the Sports and Physical Education lesson in high schools of the province of Mostaganem (Algeria). To achieve the objectives of this study, two questionnaires were designed. The first on the school environment and the second on the quality of education. A sample of 71 teachers spread across all high schools in the province of Mostaganem voluntarily took part in this study. The results showed a significant effect between the school environment and the quality of teaching physical education. This result allows to predict the quality of the teaching of physical education in high school requires a supportive school environment to meet the expectations and requirements of the discipline.

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2. Habib Bensikaddou, Mohammed Sebbane&Touati Ahmed Benklaouz
The Effect of Kids Athletic Using the Cooperative Strategy to Improve Physical and Motor Skills among Students in Primary Education

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(9), Is. 3, pp. 137-145.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.9.137CrossRef

The aim of this experimental study is to determine the effect of the practice of the cooperation strategy with a new concept that is the Kids' Athletics and their contribution to the improvement of teaching conditions in lesson of Physical Education and Sports in primary school, and the improvement of sports performance among students of the primary school in the long jump(m), shot put(m) , sprint 50 m (s) and endurance racing 1000 m (s) .for the very best practices that promote a higher level of participation among all students in physical education. This last is designed to give children the pleasure of playing athletics, to discover the sprinting, endurance running, jumping, throwing. Two groups of boys aged (age 9.75±0.35 years) are participated. The experimental and control group each one of them (n=20).The results and according to the research variables characterized by significant differences (*p≤0.05). , And this thanks to the use teacher the cooperative learning techniques in physical education will encourage a higher level of participation among many students in the activities of the kids' athletics that improve the physical performance of students and their relationships better than traditional teaching through command style (Mosston & Ashworth, 2002).

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3. Sajjad Karimi, Zahra Hojjati, Ali Shamsi
Comparison the Anthropometric and Physical Fitness Characteristics of Rasht City Semiprofessional Soccer and Futsal Players

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(9), Is. 3, pp. 146-150.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.9.146CrossRef

The purpose of this study was to comparison anthropometric and physical fitness characteristics of semiprofessional Rasht city soccer and futsal players. The research was conducted on a sample of 102 subjects divided in two groups: 47 futsal players (65.60 ± 11.43 kg, 169.91 ± 5.70 cm) and 55 soccer players (67.84 ± 8.39 kg, 175.91 ± 6.02 cm). Anthropometric indices including: height, weight, lean body mass (LBM), body fat percent (BF %), body mass index (BMI), hip Thigh, leg and waist circumferences, sitting height and lower limb length, were measured. Physical fitness including: aerobic power, explosive power, speed, agility and flexibility were measured. The result showed that there were significant differences between soccer and futsal players in stature, sitting height, LBM, Thigh and leg circumferences, aerobic and explosive power, 10 and 30 meters speed and agility (P≤0.05). In conclusion, Anthropometric differences may be effect on technical, tactical and roles of players in special situation. It is important for coaches and trainers to concentrate on the variables those are specific for improvement the performance and success in soccer and futsal.

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4. Aiman E. Konkabaeva, Beybitgul A. Kanafina, Aizhan T. Bugembaeva, Aiman S. Sarsembaeva
Comparative Estimation of Physical Development and Functional State of the Cardiovascular System of Athletes Engaged in Cyclic and Acyclic Sports

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(9), Is. 3, pp. 151-155.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.9.151CrossRef

The article presents the examination results of 44 students engaged in cyclic (athletics) and acyclic (wrestling, weightlifting) sports. We studied anthropometric characteristics, conducted Ruffier-Dickson test, defined weight and growth, Quetelet index and adaptive capacity of the cardiovascular system. The analysis of the above indicators was conducted. The study revealed a higher efficiency of the cardiovascular system in athletes engaged in cyclic sports compared to athletes in acyclic sports.

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5. A. Laroua, M. Sebbane, J. Gleyse, M. Bensabeur, H.M. Benkazdali, A. Belkadi, O. Benbernou
Professional Competence Requirements: the Views of Several Physical and Sports Education Teachers (Case in Mostaganem Province, Algeria)

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(9), Is. 3, pp. 156-163.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.9.156CrossRef

The purpose of this study was to identify the opinions of Physical and Sports Education (PSE) teachers regarding professional competence and the specific requirements of the work. A questionnaire was drawn up and sent to 85 PSE teachers in secondary schools based the Mostaganem “Wilaya” or Province in Algeria. The findings indicate that this group of teachers could not clearly define general or specific competence. However, they largely agreed that the teacher/coach plays a very important role in establishing the professional competence of trainees. Competence that is specific to PSE is described in studies as “how to apply competence by competence the approach to teaching PSE” and “knowing how to apply legislation”. None of the teachers responding cited a basic competence in the professional sphere, described in the literature: sound knowledge of legislation and administrative procedures. In addition, the findings show that the teachers are not satisfied with the training they received and that it does not enable them to reinvest their training in their professional role. From the opinions expressed by the population studied, their training does not encourage professionalism. This finding is also confirmed by research by Laroua et al (2014).

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