Print ISSN: 1993-9345

Online ISSN: 2664-2514

Keywords : Distributed Practice Scheduling


The Impact of Using Some Practice Scheduling Methods on Achievement for a Number of Football and Athletics Skills of the First Intermediate Class Students

Jassim Muhammad Nayef Al-Roumi; Sayf Al-Deen A. Rahim Bashir Al-Hiyali

Al-Rafidain Journal for Sports Sciences (RJSS), 2022, Volume 25, Issue 76, Pages 238-257
DOI: 10.33899/rjss.2022.173644

The study aimed at expounding the impacts of a number of practice scheduling methods that were used in the educational programs of three experimental groups and the method used in the school by the control group on achievement of students of the first intermediate grade and comparing the results of the post-test of a number of practice scheduling methods that were used in the educational programs by the three experimental groups and the usual method used in the school by the control group on achievement of students of the first intermediate grade in a number of football and athletics skills  .
The researchers used the experimental method for its suitability to the nature of the study, and the study sample consisted of (60) students out of the population of the study consisting of (232) students of the first intermediate grade in Al-Shumookh Intermediate School for Boys in Nineveh Governorate. The study sample was distributed among four Equal groups of (15) students for each group.
The researchers adopted the equivalent experimental groups design with the pre-test and post-test and the equivalent experimental groups design with post-test observation The researcher adopted a questionnaire form, personal interviews, and scientific tests, measurements observation as means of collecting information.
Parity between the four study groups was done for each of the variables (age, height, mass, some mental abilities, e.g. (attention and intelligence) and some physical and motor factors that affect achievement of a number of team and individual game).
The school educational curriculum (the physical education teacher guide for intermediate grades) was implemented by the control   group while the Practice Scheduling Methods educational program was implemented by the experimental groups. The total educational programs implemented in the study were (72) educational units  , (18) educational units for each group  and were implemented by two educational units per week, and the duration of each educational unit was (45) minutes,
 the researchers concluded that the educational programs of (distributed, intensive and random) practice scheduling methods and the control group program (the school method) positively impacted the  achievement of a number of football and athletics skills   among first-grade intermediate students..