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An analysis of verbal interaction in physical education classes

Gary Nygaard

An analysis of verbal interaction in physical education classes

by Gary Nygaard

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interaction analysis in education,
  • Physical education and training

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gary Allen Nygaard.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 187 leaves.
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13552867M
    OCLC/WorldCa16764397

    Analyzing Multimodal Interaction is a practical guide to understanding and investigating the multiple modes of communication, and provides an essential guide for those undertaking field work in a Author: Sigrid Norris. "The Importance of Effective Communication" paper by Edward G. Wertheim, PhD., details how non-verbal communication interacts with verbal communication: We can reinforce, contradict, substitute, complement or emphasize our verbal communication with non-verbal cues such as gestures, expressions and vocal inflection.

    The APA Handbook of Nonverbal Communication provides scholarly reviews of state-of-the-art knowledge in the areas of nonverbal communication and nonverbal behaviors. It includes an entire section devoted to new and improved methodologies and technologies that allow for the recording, capture, and analysis of nonverbal : This book is a valuable resource for students and professionals as it explores the science behind the practice and reveals how other professionals have effectively incorporated nonverbal communication into their fields. This book serves as an excellent text or supplement for courses/seminars in nonverbal behavior, nonverbal communication, human.

    Hellison's () Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) model. This model was originally designed for underserved and at-risk youth and based on principles of moral and character development, and encourages students to respect themselves and others, be willing to participate in PE, be self-directed and identify their needs, and develop their own physical activity programs. Verbal Aggressiveness, Affective Learning, Physical Education 1. Introduction Verbal Aggressiveness The education system is one of the main areas where communication and interaction between students and teachers can be achieved (Bekiari & Hasanagas, a b).


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An analysis of verbal interaction in physical education classes by Gary Nygaard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. An analysis of verbal interaction in physical education classes. [Gary Nygaard]. This following study focuses on the analysis of the verbal interaction generated between students of Secondary Education during Physical Education.

Despite its relevance and predictive power in terms of improving quality teaching, this analysis perspective is not always met with wide dissemination in Physical Education. Res Q. Oct;46(3) Interaction analysis of physical education classes.

Nygaard G. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types:Cited by: 8. Using long-jump exercise as a medium, we examined differences in teachers' verbal interaction by comparing classes with high scores (abbr.

HSC group) with those showing low scores (abbr. LSC group). Using Kobayashi's Physical Education Inventory, teachers'attitudes were measured twice for fifth and sixth graders, constituting seven classes in Author: Yoshihiro Kamihara, Keiji Umeno. Background: Verbal interaction analysis, though seldom applied to the feedback-giving process, can be used to assess feedback dimensions not easily assessed by other means.

Description: The purpose of this study was to explore verbal interaction analysis as a method to assess feedback interactions between senior medical students trained as teachers and their sophomore by: verbal interactions of teachers and students in home economics classes.

The purposes of the present study are: (1) to investigate the usefulness of the Sequential Analysis of Verbal Interaction system in analyzing class discussions in home economics by determining if the SAVI differentiates between two groups of teachers identified as differing inCited by: 4.

From these results it is speculated that the verbal interactions by teachers stated in previous studies to serve as the “grammar of physical education classes” have a high potential to enhance the learning outcome (attitudes and skills) of students in the upper (fifth and sixth) grades of elementary school.

In this study, relations among physical education instructors’ verbal aggressiveness were examined as perceived by students and students’ affective learning. The sample consisted of students (approx.

50% males and 50% females) aged 9 - 12 years old (M =SD = ) from primary schools who completed two types of questionnaires during physical education by:   The aim of this study was to analyze the verbal behavior of primary school physical education teachers in a natural classroom setting in order to investigate patterns in social constructivist communication strategies before and after participation in a training program designed to familiarize teachers with these strategies.

The participants were three experienced physical education teachers Cited by: 8. Verbal Communication in Physical Activity Settings. Verbal communication occurs when you use words to express how you feel or what you think about a situation.

As a teacher, it is important to. This textbook on verbal classroom interaction is designed to be used as one unit in an educational psychology course at the postsecondary level.

The book is divided into three sections which discuss the Flanders' Interaction Analysis System (FIAS), the categories in Cited by: 3. Interaction Analysis of Physical Education Classes. Nygaard, Gary. Research Quarterly, 46, 3,Oct 75Cited by: 8.

INTERACTIVE METHODS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT LESSONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION The purpose of this study is to apply modern interactive training methods in planned curriculum physical education classes and to determine the impact on the student’s communication skills.

verbal communication, accompanied by a non-verbal. qualitative and quantitative dimensions of teacher’s verbal behavior in the class-room.” Ruhela’s view: Dr. Satya Pal Ruhela, in his book ‘Educational Technology’ writes that class interaction analysis may be conveniently divided into two parts: (i) verbal interaction (ii) non-verbal interaction File Size: 56KB.

Verbal interaction amongst students during physical education. This following paper presents an ethnographical study in which verbal interactions during Physical Education between students of Secondary School are analysed.

Research tools include observation of lessons with elaboration of narrative registers supplemented by audio recordings and Author: Rayco Montesdeoca Hernández, Rosa María Marchena Gómez, Covadonga Mateos Padorno.

This study examined the relationship between the sex composition of physical education classes and teacher/pupil interactions.

Eighteen Grade 9 or 10 hockey lessons were videotaped and verbal interactions were coded using a modified interactional analysis observation by: Nonverbal interaction in humans is mediated via a number of expressive channels associated with the human body; primarily the face and the myriad of facial expressions that convey emotional and other mental states, but also eye gaze and head movement, hand.

Analysis of verbal behavior between teachers and students in classroom teaching – empirical research based on flanders educational speech behavior interactional analysis system. Shanghai: East China Normal : Wang Lu. indirect verbal and non-verbal teacher and student behavior as well as interactions between teachers and students in physical education classes.

The CAFIAS was also employed to analyze class structure, teaching agencies, and student response behaviors (Cheffers, Amidon, & Rodgers, ). The behaviors classified. Cope, Harvey, and Kirk () noted the importance of examining and responding to children’s experiences regarding sport.

In physical education children frequently participate in teams and the. To use the Flander’s Interaction Analysis, one codes the verbal interaction in 1 in 10 categories, plots the coded data onto a matrix, and analyses the matrix.

Categories for Interaction Analysis: Indirect Teachers Talk. Accepts feelings. Acknowledges student-expressed emotions (feelings) in a non threatening manner.Viewing and Visual Representation in the Physical Education Classroom Abstract Visual representation and viewing are integral parts of language arts, communication, and physical education.

Time constraints often limit a self-contained classroom teacher, or even the language arts teacher's ability to adequately address all areas of language by: 6.Written Communication. Although physical education teachers probably utilize written communication the least, written communication still has its place in the physical education classroom.