The Effect of an instructional approach by interfering with the random variable exercise of the non-preferred arm on the students’ learning of the stroke and the peaceful scoring of the preferred arm of the students
Author(s): Dr. Omar Abdul Ghafoor Abdul Hafedh
Abstract: The study aimed to identify the interaction of random exercise of the non-preferred arm of students in learning the skills of high-pitched and peaceful scoring, where the researcher used the experimental method for the sample of (20) students and for the two equal groups for their suitability to solve the research problem, and that the research problem is to focus on one arm (the preferred) The learner has neglect of the other arm in learning performance, which leads to students mastering the skill in one arm only, so the researcher decided to prepare an educational curriculum by interfering a random-variable exercise for the preferred and non-preferred arm, i.e. to learn both arms together for the students, and the researcher used the spass program for statistical treatments, and concluded The researcher said that a random exercise approach has an active and positive role in developing the non-preferred arm and also worked to increase the effectiveness of the non-preferred arm in teaching tapping and peaceful scoring, where the researcher recommended investing the non-preferred party (the neglected) in training, teaching and focusing on it in order to increase its effectiveness and help it in motor performance. To the other arm in all skills in basketball and other sports to reach the optimal performance of the students.
Dr. Omar Abdul Ghafoor Abdul Hafedh. The Effect of an instructional approach by interfering with the random variable exercise of the non-preferred arm on the students’ learning of the stroke and the peaceful scoring of the preferred arm of the students . J Sports Sci Nutr 2021;2(1):118-123.