The problem statement of the current research was determined in a fact that most coaches are not interested in teaching and training young players how to specifically develop decision-making. They assume that these players will only learn from their work on the moves included in the attacking modes. Therefore، the problem is closely related to many young players (and later young and advanced players)، and it is also that they do not know why they made this decision rather than the others. The aim of the research is to design and prepare special educational units to develop decision-making for young basketball players، and to identify the impact of special educational units on the development of decision-making on young basketball players. The research sample included 12 junior players who are playing in the Al-Hilla Sports Club Team for the season (2019/2020). The researcher used the experimental method for its suitability and the nature of the research، by designing a special form to measure the decision-making of these players. As for the most important conclusions reached by the researcher، it was found that the educational units have a positive impact on the development of decision-making in the attacking skill performance of basketball for the junior players of the experimental research group، and the superiority of the experimental group at the expense of the control group in making the decision in the attacking skill performance of basketball for young players because it is affected by the special educational units. As for the most important recommendations، the researcher recommended the use of special educational units to develop decision-making in the attacking skill performance of basketball for young players and other groups.
Hatif, Bashar Abdullateef and Asrie, Hasaneen Jumaa
"The effect of special educational units for the development of decision- making on the Attacking skill performance of young basketball players,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 49.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1111
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