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The Impact of Healthy Educational Curriculum for Harmonized Exercises in the Development of Some Defense Skills in Handball


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1 Assist Prof., Department of Student Activities-University of Basra, Iraq
     

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The importance of research to provide of the learner by best level of performance skills defensive hand reel through the integration of interoperability exercises with the educational units of an educational curriculum. The study aimed to identify the impact of the educational curriculum for exercises interoperability in the development of some defensive skills reel hand to sample individuals. The study was used in the study of the experimental method of designing the two groups of pre-tribal and post-test to suit the nature of the problem and the objectives of the research. This study was applied to the students of the third stage in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Maysan for the academic year 2017-2018 of 40 students, Such as the control sample, (19) students such as experimental research sample, two students were dismissed for health reasons. Appropriate method, tools and tests were used, and after the results were obtained from the tests, they were processed statistically by using the statistical bag (SPSS). The study concluded with the most important conclusions: The educational curriculum of the combative exercises has a positive effect on the development of the performance of defense skills (interview, coverage, wall block and handover, receipt) for the students of the research sample. In addition, the educational curriculum for the exercises of compatibility achieved a better effect than the traditional curriculum followed by the teacher on the students of the research sample.

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Experimental, Control, Smooth, Speed, Central nervous system
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Naji Mutashar Azzat Al-Badr
Assist Prof., Department of Student Activities-University of Basra, Iraq

Abstract


The importance of research to provide of the learner by best level of performance skills defensive hand reel through the integration of interoperability exercises with the educational units of an educational curriculum. The study aimed to identify the impact of the educational curriculum for exercises interoperability in the development of some defensive skills reel hand to sample individuals. The study was used in the study of the experimental method of designing the two groups of pre-tribal and post-test to suit the nature of the problem and the objectives of the research. This study was applied to the students of the third stage in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Maysan for the academic year 2017-2018 of 40 students, Such as the control sample, (19) students such as experimental research sample, two students were dismissed for health reasons. Appropriate method, tools and tests were used, and after the results were obtained from the tests, they were processed statistically by using the statistical bag (SPSS). The study concluded with the most important conclusions: The educational curriculum of the combative exercises has a positive effect on the development of the performance of defense skills (interview, coverage, wall block and handover, receipt) for the students of the research sample. In addition, the educational curriculum for the exercises of compatibility achieved a better effect than the traditional curriculum followed by the teacher on the students of the research sample.

Keywords


Experimental, Control, Smooth, Speed, Central nervous system



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195021