The Effectiveness of the Form Model For the Two Hemispheres of the Brain in the Technical Performance of Some Female Badminton Skills
Keywords:hemispheres, brain, female, skills, technical performance.
Through the presence of researchers in the field of teaching and training for most activities of racket games
in general, and playing badminton in a special way in the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences
- University of Kerbala, they found that most female students in the second stage suffer from difficulty
in performing badminton skills, knowing that it is one of the subjects taught at this stage, and through
extensive study and investigation about finding solutions to this problem, the researchers decided to rely
on the application of a teaching model aimed at investing the energies of the brain and dealing with the
tendencies and desires of the learner, a research that the educational curriculum addresses all learners, this is
what motivated the researchers to prepare a new educational curriculum with all its contents according to the
characteristics of the two hemispheres of the brain using the format model to learn some basic skills for the
female students in badminton, and the objective of the research is to prepare an educational curriculum using
the (4MAT) model according to the two hemispheres of the brain to learn some skills of the badminton,
and to identify the effectiveness of the educational curriculum by using the (4MAT) model according to the
two hemispheres of the brain in learning some badminton skills for female students. The researchers used
the experimental approach by designing (one group with pre and post- test) in order to suit the nature of
the problem and achieve the research objectives. The most important conclusions were that the educational
curriculum, using the (4MAT) model according to the two hemispheres of the brain, contributed to learning
some basic skills for female students with badminton. The most important recommendations are the necessity
of adopting educational curricula according to the (4MAT) model in learning basic skills with badminton.
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