Hussein Farhan Sheikh Ali and Munadhil Adil Kasim
The objective of this study was to assess the efficacy of employing the V-shape strategy in enhancing cognitive achievement and skill performance in specific volleyball skills among students enrolled in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at Misan University. The study utilized experimental methodology. The present study aimed to assess the volleyball skills of a sample of 24 second-stage students at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Misan University. The skills test focused on the transmission skill, which involves passing the ball to the opponent's area, as well as the receiving skill, which involves receiving the ball from the transmitter. The sample was divided into two groups: an experimental group of 12 students who were taught using the V-shape strategy, and a control group of 12 students who were taught using the conventional method. The results of the study revealed statistically significant differences, at a significant level of 0.05, between the average scores of the students in the two study groups on the achievement scale. The experimental group stands to gain advantages in terms of cognitive abilities and volleyball skills. The study suggests the use of the V-shape method for the instruction of handball, emphasizing the importance of training educators in its implementation. Furthermore, it proposes the integration of this strategy into curriculum creation. Additionally, the study recommends further research to assess the efficacy of this technique in teaching scientific concepts and variables that were not specifically addressed within the scope of this study.
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