- Preparing an educational curriculum using the distributed method according to the kinetic behavior system in learning the technical performance of some basic skills for young footballers.
- Recognizing the impact of the educational curriculum using the distributed method according to the kinetic behavior system in learning the technical performance of some basic skills for junior footballers.
- Detecting the effect of using the distributed method according to the kinetic behavior system in maintaining the level of technical performance of some basic skills of football juniors.
The researchers used the experimental method, and the research community consisted of the players of Salah El-Din Sports Club for juniors aged (14-16) years, and their number was (50) players, and the research sample consisted of (24) players representing (48%) of the community. Originally, they were divided randomly by lottery into two experimental groups of (12) players for each group. Statistics (SPSS) based on statistical means: (percentage, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, skew coefficient, t-test for linked and independent samples, evolution ratio equation).
The researchers reached a number of conclusions, the most important of which are:
The development of the level of technical performance in learning the skill (scoring) for junior footballers for the second experimental group used (scheduling the practice distributed according to the kinetic behavior system) in the post tests.
- The effectiveness of the educational program for the two experimental groups in terms of organization, arrangement, distribution of the number of exercises in one educational unit, the number of repetitions and rest periods for each exercise, and the use of reinforcement aids, which made the program more effective and exciting as well as fun and suspense and increased motivation.
- The two experimental research groups achieved a good retention in the retention tests in the basic skills of football juniors (dribbling - handling - putting down - scoring), which indicates the positive effect in the pairing between the distributed practice scheduling and the kinetic behavior system.
Jumaah, Mustafa Sabah and Mousa, Sarmad Ahmed
"The effect of scheduling distributed practice according to the kinetic behavior system in learning artistic performance and retain some basic football skills,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 41.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1051