The Effect of Instructional Program on Selected Physical And Skill Variables For Physical Education Students At The Hashemite University

Ibrahim Abdul-Ghani Salameh, Mo'een Ahmad Abdullah Oudat

Abstract


This study aimed at identifying the effect of instructional program on some physical and skill variables for physical education students at the Hashemite University. The study sample consisted of (20) students the physical fitness course of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the Hashemite University in academic year 2011/2012. The sample selected intentionally, and divided into two equal groups: control group was taught through the traditional method and experimental group taught through the instructional strategy. Physical and skill tests were carried out to measure the students' performance level, through which the pretest and posttest were made. The study concluded that there are statistical significant differences among the variables being tested as result of using instructional strategy on certain physical and skill variables in physical education lectures in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the Hashemite University, as compared to the traditional method, in favor of the instructional strategy. The researchers recommend that there be such needs for using the instructional strategy in teaching physical education, as well as conducting a broader and similar study with different variables.

Keywords


Traditional Methods, Microteaching Strategy, Physical Fitness.

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