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The Relationship Between Family Background Factors And Physical Fitness of Elementary School Children- Taipei Municipal Guangfu Elmentary School as a Research Example
Healthy physical fitness
school district attendance
The purpose of this study was to identify which factors of an elementary school are child's family background are primarily responsible for their physical fitness performance. In this study factors of an elementary school age child’s family background were established: level of involvement in leisure activities, parental factors, schooling factors. The upper grade students of Taipei Municipal Guangfu Elementary School were the subjects of this study, analyzing their family background factors in order to indentify which factors impact the physical fitness performance of elementary school children. The contents of questionnaires employed in this study were first were evaluated and modified by a group of experts and scholars. The questionnaires were handed out to 1,151 fifth and sixth grade students of Guangfu Elementary School, of which 858 valid questionnaires were returned. The time period of this study was the first semester of the 2008 academic school year, for the method of statistics were the descriptive statistics and single-factor variables. The results were as follows: 11 Factors were shown to have an impact on the physical fitness performance of the children at Guangfu Elementary School, including the gender difference, age difference, whether or not he/she was an only child, participation in childcare center , different leisure activities, different occupation of the father and the mother, difference of the mother’s level of education, location of residence, difference in methods of getting to school . The results of this study found that there were significant relation between school children’s physical fitness and the family factors; The parents should be more aware of these issues increase the exercise opportunity, thereby allowing their children to have a more development of physical fitness.
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