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Health and Physical Education

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A Comparison Of The Effects On Development Of Physical Fitness And Motor Skills Of Two Physical Education Programs With Opposite Program Emphases, David L. Haynie Aug 1969

A Comparison Of The Effects On Development Of Physical Fitness And Motor Skills Of Two Physical Education Programs With Opposite Program Emphases, David L. Haynie

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to compare the effects on development of physical fitness and motor skills of two physical education programs having opposite program emphases, using as subjects for the comparison, seventh grade boys at Michael T. Simmons School in Tumwater, Washington.


A Discriminative Study Of Girls’ Physical Education In High Schools Of The Big Eight Athletic Conference, Carol A. Finney Aug 1969

A Discriminative Study Of Girls’ Physical Education In High Schools Of The Big Eight Athletic Conference, Carol A. Finney

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The purpose of this study was to determine the status of physical education in schools of the Big Eight Athletic Conference. Test results and statistical information compiled from the LaPorte Score Card, Elder P (M) F Test, McCloy GMA Test, Stradtman Test of Physical Fitness Knowledge, and the Kneer Attitude and Diagnostic Inventory reflected the status of physical education in the eight schools studied.


A Discriminative Study Of Boys’ Physical Education In High Schools Of The Big Eight Athletic Conference, Burdon R. Daugherty Aug 1969

A Discriminative Study Of Boys’ Physical Education In High Schools Of The Big Eight Athletic Conference, Burdon R. Daugherty

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As in any other part of the curriculum, physical education requires equipment, facilities, and personnel in order to help assure a successful program. The degree of attainment of this success will be shown by the opinions of those whose judgments are considered valid. In contrast with this will be the performance capabilities of the students who take part in the program in terms of physical fitness performance, physical fitness knowledge, and neuromuscular skills. Finally, attitudes about physical education are also held to be important and should also be judged.


An Analysis Of The Fat Reducing Effects Of Participants In Selected, Freshmen Physical Education Classes, Arthur Acuff Dec 1968

An Analysis Of The Fat Reducing Effects Of Participants In Selected, Freshmen Physical Education Classes, Arthur Acuff

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This study was composed of two problems as follows: 1. To determine if the four physical education activities classes did significantly control fat gain on college freshmen at St. Martin's College. 2. To determine which physical education activity will best control fat gain on college freshmen at St. Martin's College.


A Questionnaire Survey Of Time Allotment For Physical Education, Health, And Lifetime Sports In The “Double A” Schools Of Washington State, Frank W. Bratonia Dec 1968

A Questionnaire Survey Of Time Allotment For Physical Education, Health, And Lifetime Sports In The “Double A” Schools Of Washington State, Frank W. Bratonia

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to survey the administrators of the "Double A" high schools in the State of Washington to determine the amount of time boys' physical education, health, and lifetime sports is offered, and (2) to determine the number of individual activities offered in physical education and the time spent in each.


An Evaluation Of The Physical Education Instructional Programs Of Selected Community Colleges In The State Of Washington, Hazel M. Leland Jun 1967

An Evaluation Of The Physical Education Instructional Programs Of Selected Community Colleges In The State Of Washington, Hazel M. Leland

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The specific problem dealt with in this study was the evaluation of existing physical education instructional programs at five community colleges in the State of Washington. The purposes of this study were to: (1) determine the present status of philosophy and objectives of physical education, (2) determine the role of administration in developing general principles and policies as they relate to the instructional program, (3) determine the instructional programs of physical education at the selected community colleges, and (4) determine the evaluation methods used at each of the community colleges as these methods relate to the instructional program of physical ...


The Effects Of Two Conditioning Programs On The Physical Fitness Level Of Ninth Grade Boys, Joseph H. Buckley Aug 1966

The Effects Of Two Conditioning Programs On The Physical Fitness Level Of Ninth Grade Boys, Joseph H. Buckley

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The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of two different methods of presenting conditioning programs on the physical fitness level of ninth grade boys at Lincoln Junior High School.


The Effects Of Motor Ability Grouping In Physical Education On The Improvement Of Physical Fitness And Certain Game Skills, James D. Black Jul 1966

The Effects Of Motor Ability Grouping In Physical Education On The Improvement Of Physical Fitness And Certain Game Skills, James D. Black

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It was the purpose of this study to evaluate the effects of motor ability grouping in physical education on the improvement of physical fitness and certain game skills. The subjects were boys in the eighth and ninth grades at Baker Junior High School in Tacoma, Washington.


The Effectiveness Of The Remedial Physical Education Program At Foster Junior-Senior High School, Werner Leonard Neudorf Jul 1966

The Effectiveness Of The Remedial Physical Education Program At Foster Junior-Senior High School, Werner Leonard Neudorf

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The study was composed of three problems, as follows: 1. To determine the amount and significance of change in posture as a result of special posture training. 2 . To determine the amount and significance of change in physical fitness as a result of systematic training. 3. To determine the effect of the order of training upon posture scores.