The appropriate tests were determined, with a pilot experiment being conducted on a group of (15) students from outside the main research sample. The appropriate tests were chosen, with a pilot experiment being conducted on a group of (15) students from outside the main research sample. Then, conduct tribal tests on the two groups, and apply the various presentation methods within the educational units. The number of (8) units in a period of (4) weeks, and the time of one unit was (90) minutes, after which the post-tests were conducted. the processing of the search results using appropriate statistical means. The conclusions were reached, the most important of which was that the various presentation methods had a positive impact on learning the technical performance and accuracy of the skill of overwhelming volleyball. Also, the various presentation methods were better in learning the skill than the method used. One of the most important recommendations is the need to use various presentation methods in learning volleyball skills in order to identify the extent of their impact on learning those skills.
Kazem, Alaa Muhammed; Farhan, Bassem Ali; and Makki, Assad Kazem
"The effect of various presentation techniques in learning the skill of overwhelming hitting in volleyball for students,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 53.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1115
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