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Effects of Basketball teaching tactical approach based on confrontation between offence and defense on college students' learning

By 昌幸 小泉, 了輔 土田, Masayuki Koizumi and Ryosuke Tsuchida


In this study, a basketball teaching tactical approach for novice learners in college physical education class was studied. Role assignment based on confrontation type between offence and defense was introduced for learners to achieve their meaningful participation into games. Two college PE classes were selected for this study. The same tactical approach was used in both class, consisting of freshman students, (11 male and 4 females, compound class), and the other class, made up of freshman students (19 males). Students were assigned either to the skilled or to the novice group based on experience of basketball. The students also completed the questionnaire form of formative evaluation (motion & tactics and cooperation) at the end of each class. For comparison of two groups, Two Way Repeated Measures of variance (ANOVA) was used. Results demonstrated that the formative evaluation (motion & tactics) points were significantly increased in the both groups during the units though, difference between two groups was not identified. While the formative evaluation (cooperation) points showed no differentiation in the both groups during the units and difference between two groups was also not identified. These results show that role assignment in games helps learners to achieve a meaningful participation experience in games. Moreover, the tactical approach assures skilled learners' learning contents

Topics: Basketball, Tactical Approach, confrontation
Publisher: 新潟工科大学
Year: 2008
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