The Influence of Profession-Oriented Syllabus of “Occupational Safety in the Field” on the Motivation of Future Primary School Teachers to Prepare for the Provision of Pupils’ Physical Activity
Yuliia O. Hlinchuk

Yuliia O. Hlinchuk, Department of General technical subjects, technologies and public safety, Faculty of physics-technologies, Rivne State University of Humanities, Rivne, Ukraine.
Manuscript received on 30 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 05 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 1317-1324| Volume-8 Issue-9, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: I8115078919/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I8115.078919
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Abstract: TThe aim: The research of the influence of profession-oriented syllabus of future primary school teachers with regard to the subject “Occupational safety in the field” on their motivation to prepare for the provision of pupils’ physical activity. Research material: 90 students of the specialty “Primary education” of the Rivne State University of Humanities (gender – female; year – the 5th) have taken part in the research. All the respondents attended classes of “Occupational safety in the field”. Their participation in the study was anonymous and voluntary. The motives to prepare for the provision of pupils’ physical activity were researched. The B. Pashniev’s methodology “The Motives of Educational Activity” was used for diagnostics. Results: Profession-oriented syllabus of “Occupational safety in the field” has resulted in positive changes with regard to the motivation of the future primary school teachers’ preparation to the provision of pupils’ physical activity in the future professional practice. In particular, the motive of obligation and responsibility and the cognitive one have grown stronger; the motive of prestige and the one of orientation on the socially dependent conduct have weakened. Obviously, although not feasibly, the motive of external coercion and avoidance of trouble has weakened as well. Conclusions: Profession-oriented syllabus of the subject “Occupational safety in the field” positively influences the motivation of the future primary school teachers to prepare for the provision of the pupils’ physical activity.
Keywords: Study motives, future primary school teachers, primary schoolchildren, pupils’ physical activity, occupational
safety in the field, syllabus, professional orientation.

Scope of the Article: Cyber-Physical Systems