EXPLORING SUBJECTS SWAPPING, AVAILABILITY AND PUPILS’ PARTICIPATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN BAKU, AZERBAIJAN

Oluwaseyi Olubunmi Sodiya, Gunay Imanguliyeva

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The study investigates the relationship between subject swapping, availability, and pupil participation in the physical education lesson. A quantitative survey was undertaken, and amongst 512 survey respondents, a random selection of 140 pupils was chosen. Pearson correlation was performed after descriptive statistics was used to analyze the relative frequency on the proportion of time a value occurred. The findings indicate a strong, positive relationship amongst the three variables. The response of the pupils for all parameters suggested that the school switched physical education frequently. Pupils should be given opportunity and access to physical activity on a regular basis in order to develop physically and mentally.

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children, obesity, physical activity, physical education, participation

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