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Master of Arts (M.A.)


Physical Education


Teachers in physical education, in common with all other teachers, are confronted with two problems. One relates to the question of what to teach and the other related to the question of how to teach. The first is referred to as the content of the curriculum, and the second is considered the technique of teaching. The application of sound teaching techniques with the use of properly selected and organized activities will increase the effectiveness of skills teaching. This thesis does not take up the technique or method of teaching, rather it is concerned with the matter of formulating a partial course of study for some of the activities that should be taught at Lodi Union High School.





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