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The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of expertise on didactic functionality of the teaching gesture of two teachers with different expertise and similar experience. The audio-visual method was used with interviews. Our results showed that the teaching gestures in the teaching of shot put depend on the teacher’s expertise chi-square = 18.25 2; p = 0.01. Indeed, the expert teacher uses more representational gestures in comparison with the polyvalent that uses the manipulations in favour of other actions. Regarding learning structures used chi-2 = 22.56; p = 0.001, both teachers define first, then they regulate, then they evolve and finally they institutionalize. Moreover, the mobilized didactic technique by both teachers is topogenesis chi-square = 31.82 2; p = 0.001. In conclusion, the teaching gestures in the teaching of shot put depend on the teacher’s expertise. However, more work experience widens; the differences are related to the expertise decrease.

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Teacher Gestures, Expertise, Didactic Functionality, Shot Put

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Dammak, H. , Masmoudi, L. , Abedelmalek, S. , Aloui, K. and Souissi, N. 2016 The Effect Level of Expertise on the Didactic Functionalities for the Teaching Gestuality of Athletic Activities: The Shot Put. Open Access Library Journal, 3, 1-13. doi: 10.4236-oalib.1103052.





Author: Houda Dammak1,2*, Liwa Masmoudi2, Salma Abedelmalek3, Khouloud Aloui1, Nizar Souissi2

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