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2013 | 43 | 29-38

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Zainteresowanie aktywnością ruchową uczniów wybranych liceów ogólnokształcących we Wroclawiu


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The Wrocław secondary school students’ interest in physical activity

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Background. The decrease of active participation and students` reluctance to physical education have prompted research on students’ interests in physical activity. The implementation of physical education to curriculum in 2009 was to improve the existing situation: low attractiveness of physical education at school. The program requires physical education classes to be taught according to students’ interests. The aim of our study was to examine the interest in physical activity of the students from selected secondary schools in Wroclaw. Material and methods. The study comprised 197 students (112 girls and 85 boys) from 2 secondary schools in Wrocław. A diagnostic opinion poll and standardized survey questionnaire “Students’ interest in physical activity” were used. Results. The research proved that most of the students were interested in swimming, dancing and sport games. Among girls the most popular were dancing, swimming and skiing, while boys were interested in sport games, motor sports, swimming and martial arts. Conclusion. The results showed that physical education classes in secondary schools should include the most popular forms of students’ physical activity. Secondary schools should examine the students’ interests in physical activity and incorporate the most popular sport disciplines into physical activity classes.


  • Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu
  • Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu
  • Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu


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