The Effect of the two Strategies of Information Processing and the Seven-Course Learning Cycle on Teaching the Front and Back Floor Skills of Tennis to Students

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Assistant Prof. Dr. EmadKazemThijail

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The importance of the research lies in the use of two modern strategies in teaching front and back ground skills in tennis to students in order to address the differences between students and make them positive during the teaching process. As for the research problem, when using information processing strategies and the seven-cycle learning cycle, do they have an effect on teaching two skills on the front floor? A background in tennis for students? The study aimed to prepare two educational approaches and to identify the impact of the two strategies used in teaching the two skills to students. The research community and sample included third-stage students in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences at Basra University with three divisions, two departments who learn according to the strategies under study, and the other division learns according to the previously used method. The teacher and among the most important conclusions, the group that worked according to the seventh strategic learning cycle was the best, followed by the group that worked according to the information processing strategy that the control group followed. Improving the performance skills level of the front and back floor double hitting skills in tennis.

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Assistant Prof. Dr. EmadKazemThijail. (2021). The Effect of the two Strategies of Information Processing and the Seven-Course Learning Cycle on Teaching the Front and Back Floor Skills of Tennis to Students. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 6149–6170. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6667
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