Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The effect of exercises similar to match situations on tactical thinking and the accuracy of a passing skill higher for central (4-2) players for ages (15-18) years in volleyball


Khalid Neamah Khalid , Prof. Dr. Hussein Sabhan Sikhe

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.553

Keywords: Tactical thinking


Abstract

The purpose of this paper isto preparing exercises similar to match situations aimed at developing tactical thinking and the accuracy of the passing skill higher Center (4-2) for players passing for ages (15-18) years in volleyball, and identify the effect of exercises similar to the positions of the matches in developing tactical thinking and the accuracy of the passing skill higher for Central (4-2) for players passing for volleyball.The researchers used the experimental method because it fits with the nature of the research problem, and by designing the method of the two equal groups (experimental and control) with pre and post-tests.The research community was determined in an intentional way and represented by players of ages (15-18) years in volleyball for Baghdad clubs (Al-Sina’a Club –Al-shourta Club - Army Club - National Center for Sports Talent Care - Ministry of Youth and Sports - Baghdad), which number (62) and in light of that chose The two researchers, the research sample by the intentional method, which numbered (10) passing players for ages (15-18) years in volleyball for Baghdad clubs, and they represent 16% of the total research community, and the research sample was distributed into two homogeneous and equal groups, experimental and control, each group containing (5) ) passing players, then they collected the data and it was processed statistically with the (spss) program.One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that: The exercises similar to the positions of the matches have positively affected the development of the tactical thinking of players for ages (15-18) years in volleyball, the exercises similar to the parking games have positively affected the development of the passing skill accuracy of the higher center (4) for players passing for ages (15-18) years in volleyball, and the exercises similar to the match stands have positively affected the development of the passing skill accuracy of the higher center (2) for players passing for ages (15-18) years in volleyball.One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: Use of exercises similar to the positions of the matches by the interested and coaches to develop the tactical thinking of players passing for ages (15-18) years in volleyball, use of exercises similar to match situations by interested parties and coaches to develop the accuracy of the passing skill for players passing for ages (15-18) years in volleyball, and use of varied, variable and exciting exercises similar to the atmosphere of matches and surprises that occur and are multiple in terms of places and centers of play, in terms of passing shapes and types, and in terms of the movement of the player passing to stand, lie down and jump, and in terms of distance from the network near and far, and in terms of high and fast passing height and different angles.

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