The effect of the program of motion story and competitive play in developing the skills of running and shooting of students aged (6-7) years
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
Volume 3, Issue 7, Pages 146-162
Abstractthe study aims to show The effect of the program me of motion story and competitive plays in developing the skills of running and shooting of students aged ( 6-7 ) years (20) students who did not participate the monitoring group – therefore the total number of the sample of the study is (40) students , randomly chosen among ( 132) students . the study has adopted the experimental method due to its suitability to the study . the students were tested by a collection of tests ( such as the running test 15 meters by the standing position ) and the ball throwing by one the test was carried out before and after the program me that the experimental sample was submitted to a learning program me consisting of a collection of competitive plays and the motion story is the total number of the learning units was (12) ones and lasted (6) weeks, two units a week . but the monitoring group continued to perform the traditional special program me , two units per week , and the results were treated statistically by getting the mean and the standard deviation and the value for the unequivalent samples . results show a progress in the experimental group that the mean of the per-test for the running skill was (3,5) and for shooting (3,4) , while the mean for the distance test with the same sample and the same test was (6,5) for the running skill and (6,2) for the shooting . the researcher concluded that the competitive plays and the motion story had great and direct effect in the performance of the students that it had lead to the development of the skills of running and shooting therefore , it . resulted in the development of the competitive plays and the motion story more than the school program me hence they accomplished the aims put for the study .
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