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different learning styles
health-related physical fitness
（一） 身體活動量現況調查發現，濱江國中男、女學生從事費力、中等費 力、走路數值較古亭國中男、女學生多，且達顯著差異（P＜.05）。計步器測量方面濱江國中平均步數多於古亭國中（P＜.05）達顯著差異。所以，學科型教室學習方式是可以提昇學生身體活動量。
Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of different learning styles on physical activity and health-related physical fitness between students of Binjiang junior high school and Gu-ting junior high school. The research subjects were asked to fill out International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ), were measured amount of physical activity with a pedometer and took the fitness test. The collected data was analyzed by description statistics, T test and one-way ANOVA. The results were as the following: 1. The statistical description of physical activity shows that the number of female students of Binjiang junior high school who do vigorous and moderate intensity physical activities is significantly higher than the number of female students of Gu-ting junior high school. Therefore, the learning style of Variation Type Classroom can increase the amount of students’ physical activity. 2. The statistical description of health-related physical fitness shows that male students of Binjiang junior high school work better on standing broad jump than male students of Gu-ting junior high school. However, male students of Gu-ting junior high school have better body flexibility than male students of Binjiang junior high school. There is no significant difference in other items. The variety of learning styles has significant influence on students’ physical activity. ,and that students take longer time to do vigorous and moderate intensity physical activities will lead to more specific effect on health-related physical fitness. Keywords: different learning styles、physical activity、health-related physical fitness
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