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Taiwanese Primary School Students’ Sport Participation
elementary school children
|Issue Date:||2021-09-02 18:05:29 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||本研究調查台灣國小學童體育休閒活動參與現況並找出導致體育活動參與程度低的假設因素。研究關注普通休閒運動利弊，然後特別觀看研究（6-12 歲）年齡段的國小學生。進一步調查台灣體育活動的總體情況，並跟進政府對這一問題的反應。因此，我的工作假設是，台灣兒童缺乏運動參與的原因有很多，包括個人能力，社會影響力和機會的可用性。通過一起解決這些因素，可以提高和鼓勵體育參與度。我用教育部體育署;年度報告中的發現來支持對這一問題的理解，並有機會通過對該問題的進一步調查來證明或反駁這一假設。小學生似乎最大的原因是缺乏空閒時間，鏈接我的工作假設到小學生下課時間都在補習班。如果可以透過與補習班的合作使運動普及化,可以解決缺乏空閒時間該問題 。解決該問題的方法是將教育與運動結合起來，並通過促進體育俱樂部和體育鍛煉來提高對這一問題的認識。|
The research of this paper was designed to investigate the level of elementary school students’ involvement in physical activities, and find out the factors responsible for the hypothetical low levels of participation in physical activities. The research begins with the pros and cons of exercise and physical activities for all ages, then narrows the researched age of students down to 6-12 year old elementary school students. The overall situation of physical activities in Taiwan is investigated further, following up on the government’s response to the problem. As such, my working hypothesis is that there are many factors responsible for the lack of sports participation among children in Taiwan, including personal abilities, social influences and the availability of opportunities. By addressing these factors together, sport participation can be improved. I support my understanding of this issue with the findings from the annual report from the Sport Administration of the Ministry of Education, giving an opportunity to prove or disprove the hypothesis with the further investigation of the problem. The reason for lack of free time among elementary school students seems to be the most important one, linking the hypothetical connection to the popularity of cram schools in the area. The solution of the problem lies in combining both education and exercise, and creating awareness of the problem, by promoting sport clubs and physical activities.
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