Training of «Body Language and Public Speaking» and the learning time to future teachers

  • Aymen Haweni
  • Maher Mrayeh
  • Hasan Melki
  • Mohamed Sami Bouzid
  • Nizar Souissi
  • Hejer Yaakoubi
  • Moez Mrabet
  • Souhoul Souii


Aim: This research aims at experimenting a training program « Body Language and Public speaking » at the end of initial training in physical education teachers. Materials and methods: The sample formed by student volunteer is divided in to 2 groups. The first reference group (A) n = 25 (15 men, 10 women) and the second experimental group (B) n = 22 (9 men, 13 women). For the observation, each of these two cohorts (A and B) we will retain 10 students (subsample) volunteers for the observation. Résultats: We find that the Experimental Group showed a much better distribution of learning time than the Control Group. Indeed, the distribution of learning time after the training makes it possible to affirm that at the level of the time devoted to the Preparatory Situation (PS): a decrease of 11.5% was recorded for experimental group and of 5, 01% for Control Group. While at the level of the time devoted to the Cognitive Development (CD) and Motor Development (MD) significantly greater increase in the experimental group than the control group. Conclusion: The results of this study showed that the training program has a positive impact on the time spent in the situations of: Motor Development(MD), Cognitive Development (CD) and Preparatory Situation(PS).