The effect of a proposed curriculum using the Mini volley ball in learningMy skill is the volleyball transmitter and receiver for juniors

Abstract

A proposed learning curriculum using the ball(mini volley) to learn the skills of serving and reception of volleyball.The research aims to:1.Identify the effect of The research aims to:1.Identify the effect of proposed learning curriculum, the ball(mini volley) to learning the skills of serving and reception in volleyball.2.Identify the variances of pretest and protest to learn l skills of serving and reception of volleyball.*The researchers have applied the empirical curriculum on the sample was included (20) players of the specialized center for the development of volleyball in northern Basra who are aged of (10-13) years. Chosen by deliberately method from the origin community and divided into two groups experimental and control, included (10) players per group .The pretests of serving and reception of both groups were tested with traditional balls and the results were recorded. A program has prepared for both groups, with two types of balls. This program had been fulfilled during the period 23/10/2017 until 23/12/2017 , pro-test had been applied after that, after collection data and handing them statistically by using T test and variance analysis in on direction and test of L.S.D, reached the following conclusion. 1.The proposed approach using two types of balls has an effective effect in developing the skills of the serving and reception of volleyball players in the experimental group. 2.The curriculum has developed the skills of serving and reception of volleyball players in the control group. 3.Experimental group has led to the development of the selected skills in a degree greater than a control group. The researchers have recommended the following: 1. Using the mini volley to learn the basic skills of volleyball because it has a positive impact on learning skills quickly. 2. Conducting studies and other researches using different teaching tools, different age groups and different variables to determine their impact on current research.