The purposes of the study were to determine the intentions and attitudes of in- or preservice physical educators toward teaching students with disabilities in general physical education (GPE) based on the theory of planned behavior and suggested the
intention for participating in winter sports applying the theory of planned behavior. To better predict the behavior, another appropriate construct was added to the model in this study. A survey containing questions of Likert-type scales was used in
intention to buy.
The effect of promotions on the modification of internal reference price has not been sufficiently analyzed in the area of services, specifically in services with a high degree of commitment in the purchase, like the package tour.
Although the model of price perception developed in the academic literature does not differentiate between goods and services, the effect of price
planning cycle. Reassessment of threat should take into account not just the level of threat, but also perceived trends, especially the type of weapons used and the techniques and tactics employed. Reassessment, if it is to be of any value in the preventative sense, should be based on accurate and timely intelligence concerning the intentions, capabilities and actions of terrorists before they re
Ⅷ. How lesson could proceed
Steps Objectives Activities Teacher and students' role Time Aids
Opening Greeting Greeting -Teacher and students greet each other 2’
Reviewing Let’s review
(whole class & individual work) Put stickers at the right place
(activity related to former topic) -Teacher briefly reminds students what they learned at the former class.
-Students put their word
Plan and cooperative efforts for the recovery in Europe from the economic disaster of the World War II. Around the year when OEEC was about to close, European countries’ desire to take the leading roles in the world had been increased. Also, the industrialized countries called for new arrangements for the international economic cooperation. Eventually, those voices resulted in two ways. One was
why individuals participated in screening programs for tuberculosis. However, Rosenstock et al (1988) recognized the limitation of this theory and recommended with other supportive concept.
The theory of reasoned action and the theory of planned behavior as developed by Fishbein and Ajzen (1975) proposed that behavioral intentions and behavior result from a rational process of decision making.