[[abstract]]The main purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of various knowledge of performance (KP) on the inside kick skill performance, which will show the difference of the precision of skill performance and performance quality. Sixty-four junior high first graders are served as subjects. Each subject proceeds a three-day motor skill practice under different feedback information. The subjects received a skill performance test right after they completed the third day practice. The independent variable was different KP, and the dependent variable was the precision score of the test and performance quality. One-way ANOVA with a LSD ( List Significant Different) posteriori comparison method was applied to analyze the collected data. The result showed: 1.Providing with different KP made a significant difference on the precision of the skill performance and performance quality of inside kick. 2.Verbal KP wasn’t good enough to help improve skill performance precision. Other feedback information, like demonstration or video KP is needed to improve precision. 3.Comparing to demonstration feedback, video KP feedback is a better way to improve the precision of inside kick skill performance and to produce better performance quality. 4.Providing video KP feedback makes a significant influence on the precision and the correctness of the skill of performance and performance quality of inside kick.
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