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The effect of hypermedia program in generalization of motor program of shooting skill in basketball for students

Mazin Hadi Kzar, Samir Yousif Mutib, Maher Abdel-Hamza, Haider Na'eem Alabbosi

Journal Title:Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health
Abstract


One of the reasons that led the researchers to do this research is that there is weakness in students’ performance of shooting skill in different types according to playing requirements, because of the learning process that is used only to teach students in one case and in constant conditions and this indicates a case of weakness in learning in general and in generalization of motor program of shooting in particular, so, to treat this weakness, the researchers suggested the use of good learning method to overcome those problems, the one of important means is hypermedia. The first aim was the preparation of hypermedia programs for shooting skill of basketball, while the second aim is to know the effect of hypermedia program in generalization of motor program of shooting skill. The hypotheses of the research were that there is a significant effect of hypermedia on generalization of motor program for shooting skill. The research population was identified by the students of the second stage in the College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Wasit University for the academic year 2014 – 2015. The research sample was selected by a simple randomly method which consisted of (30) students divided into two groups (experimental group and control group by 15 students per group).The researchers used many standardized tests for shooting skill of basketball and they performed the pre-tests and after that applied the learning curriculum, which followed by a post- tests to get on the research data that has been analyzed statistically using statistical program (SPSS).It reached a set of conclusions. The most important was the use of hypermedia program helped in develop and generalize the motor program for shooting skill of basketball.

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