The inverse method and its effect on the art of performance for the two stages of persistence and rising in snatch among college students female

Abstract

1. Identify the effect of the inverse method on the art of performance for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students2.Identify the effect of the method used on the art of performance for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students . 3.Compare the effect between the inverse and the followed methods on the art of the performance for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students. The researchers used the experimental approach by designing two groups( experiment and control), due to its suitability for the nature of the research problem . The research sample included (18) students of the first academic year of the College of Physical Education and Sports Science University of Sulaymaniyah for the academic year 2017-2018. The researchers used a number of tools and devices and means to collect data and scientific observation to evaluate (the art of performance) and conduct the pilot study of the method and scientific observation and the application of two identifying units. The pre-test (the art of performance) was conducted for the two stages and the application of the curriculum and then the post-test .The researchers used a system (SPSS) to process the data. The researchers concluded that: 1.The use of the educational curriculum in the inverse method demonstrated a positive effect on the art of performance for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students . 2.The traditional method has a significant effect on the art of performing art for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students . 3.The effect of using the educational curriculum in the inverse method outweighed the use of the method used in the art of performance for the stages of rising and steadfastness in snatch among female college students of the research sample.