Document Type : Original Article


1 Corresponding Author, Department of Sport Psychology, Islamic Azad University khorasagan Branch, Esfahan, Iran

2 Department of Sport Psychology, Islamic Azad University khorasagan Branch, Esfahan, Iran


The aim of this study was to investigate the amount of attention to the concepts of physical education in the sixth grade of primary school textbooks. In other words, it is tried to review the identification, distribution and supply concepts of physical education in primary school textbooks in this study. The study population consisted of all content of sixth grade elementary textbooks and in this study the sample was equal to the entire population of the study. So that all parts of the book, including text, picture and activities at the end of lessons were chosen as the study sample. Totally, 199 cases were referred to the physical education components. Of these, 39 cases were related to the content of textbooks and 147 cases were related to the images of textbook and 13 cases were related to the activities at the end of book.


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