A Study on Current Conditions and Soccer Teaching Model for Elementary School Students in Demonstration Schools

Maitree Koonlaboot, Noppadon Kongsilp, Anan Malalat, Parkpoom Rattanarojanakul

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to study current conditions and soccer teaching model for elementary school students in the demonstration schools. This study used a qualitative method. Data collection was conducted by interview. Twelve informants involved with soccer instruction were selected by using purposive sampling technique from the demonstration schools. The informants consisted of four instructors, four student guardians, and four elementary school students. The interview result has been described its contents based on interview topics and it clarified descriptive information in three aspects as the followings: 1) As for the current conditions of soccer teaching model for elementary school students in the demonstration schools, the informants had different opinions either it was appropriate or inappropriate, 2) Soccer teaching model for elementary school students in the demonstration schools comprises of four prime aspects: instructor, lesson management, facility, and learners, 3) There are recommendations for further implementations of soccer teaching model for elementary school students in the demonstration schools to apply in the future. The findings from this study are useful for soccer instructors at the elementary school level or for instructors in educational institutes at various levels, including those who are interested in using as a guideline to improve their soccer teaching model in case it is appropriate to their students. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v7n3p45

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International Journal of Higher Education
ISSN 1927-6044 (Print) ISSN 1927-6052 (Online)

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