Yousra Al-Sinani


The present study was designed to continue exploration to ensure the availability of physical skills; By examining the physical education curriculum to investigating the relationship between the goals of the physical education curriculum content and physical skills of the third year secondary school in Oman. The present study sought to examine the physical skills divided in the physical education lesson. The physical education context has been reconstructed at secondary school in Oman. In addition, the present study sought to analyze the Physical Education curriculum document for the third years with the degree of distribution of physical skills and cognitive competencies. Furthermore, the present study sought to suggest the distribution of the same skill competencies among a 10 lesson plan during the third year. The study revealed a weakness in the availability of knowledge competencies according to the Physical skills. The study recommends the strengthening and training of the cognitive skills and competencies.


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