The influence of selected sport skills oriented-programs of physical education on the self-concept and body-image of boys in grades ten
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of selected sport skills-oriented programs of physical education on the self-concept and body-image of boys in grades ten. An individual/couple (tennis) and a team (soccer) sport skills-oriented program of physical education was developed on the basis of related literature, observations, and personal experience. The programs were critically judged by a jury of five persons who suggested changes, additions, or deletions that were deemed unnecessary. [TRUNCATED]
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