The effect of the four-stage learning circle strategy (4ES) in learning some types of shooting among students in handball
Author(s): Hayder Abdulhafdh Shehab
Abstract: The research aimed to identify the effect of a program based on the four-stage learning circle strategy in learning the skill performance of some types of handball shooting, and the researcher assumed that there were statistically significant differences between the pre and post tests for the two experimental and control groups and learning some types of handball shooting, as well as the presence of significant differences Statistically significant in the post tests of the experimental and control groups in learning some types of handball shooting, and the researcher used the experimental method to suit the problem of the study.) Student, As for the research sample, it was selected by total enumeration of the research community members, after excluding the absent and participants in the exploratory experiment. The sample would have constituted (76%) of the total population, and to measure the skills under study, skill tests were used (the shooting test by jumping high and forward and the test of shooting Correction of stability), and the exploratory experiment and the main experiment were conducted, and the statistical package (SPSS) was used to display the data processing, and the results of the study resulted in: the presence of the effect of the four-stage learning circle strategy (4ES). Where the members of the research sample, represented by the students, helped to learn some types of handball shooting, the researcher recommends the necessity of the four-stage learning circle strategy (4ES) in learning the skillful performance of some types of handball shooting, and also conducting similar research on different samples.