The Effects of The Perkins-Blyth Model on Developing Football Dribbling, Handling, and Scoring Skills
Ahmed Hassn Nasir* and Ishraq Ali Mahmoud
The purpose of the study is to determine how the Perkins-Blyth model affects students' learning of football skills of rolling, handling, and scoring. Participants in the study are first-year students at Wasit University's College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences. The experiment was conducted on a sample of (30) freshman students and the sample were divided into two groups, with (15) students in each group, and the authors used the experimental approach. The main experiment was applied, and then the post-tests were conducted, and the appropriate statistical methods were used after collecting the data for the tests in order to reach the results required to achieve the research objectives. The authors conclude that there is a preference for the experimental group over the control group in learning the RH and RS skills. Furthermore, the PB model raised the bar for skilled learners by focusing on learning for understanding and providing students with the chance to actively participate in and make a real contribution to the lesson's goals. Along with aiding in the learning process as a guide and facilitator, the instructor also played a part in the creation of products that improved the learner's proficiency in the skill and minimized performance errors. In order to raise students' skill levels, the authors advise instructors to incorporate the model into their lesson plans and learning activities.
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