2019, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part B
Effect of three different instructional methods on selected physical and performance related variables of football players
AUTHOR(S): Sri. Jayan TD and Dr. Biju Lukose Kudakasseril
The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of multimedia computer assisted instruction, traditional instruction and combined instruction on physical and performance related variables of football players. To achieve the purpose, 120 men students were selected randomly as subjects from Junior Kollam Football Academy (JKFA) Kollam, Kerala, India. The selected subjects were divided into three experimental groups and a control group. Group I underwent multimedia computer assisted instruction, Group II underwent traditional instruction, Group III underwent combined instruction on three alternate days in a week for a period of eight weeks and Group IV acted as Control. The age of the subjects was restricted into 17 to 20 years. All the subjects in the experimental groups (I, II and III) were given their respective training programme for twelve weeks duration. The study was restricted to the following dependent variables namely agility, cardiovascular endurance, speed, dribbling and passing they were tested by standardized test items. The participants were trained for twelve weeks of three days a week (alternate days). A pre and post test randomized design was employed for this investigation. The collected data were statistically analysed by using dependent‘t’ test and ANACOVA. The Scheffe’s test was used as post-hoc test to determine which of the paired means differed significantly where the differences in adjusted post-test means resided in univariate ANCOVA among three groups. All the above statistical analysis tests were computed at 0.05 level of significance (P<0.05). It was concluded that, the multimedia computer assisted instruction, traditional instruction and combined instruction had significantly improved the participants’ agility, cardio vascular endurance, speed, dribbling and passing. The combined instruction had significantly outperformed than the traditional instruction and multimedia computer assisted instruction on the participants’ agility, cardio vascular endurance, speed, dribbling and passing.
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How to cite this article:
Sri. Jayan TD and Dr. Biju Lukose Kudakasseril. Effect of three different instructional methods on selected physical and performance related variables of football players. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2019; 4(2): 86-89.