2022, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Part C
The effect of the vertical learning transmission of the skills of the human wheel and the handstand on the skill of the Arabic jump on the floor movement mat in the artistic gymnastics for men
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Murtadha Mohsin abed, Zaid Sadoun Aziz and Ali Khalaf Mousa
The idea of the research is based on knowing the transmission of the vertical effect of one skill on another skill. Where the researcher worked on teaching two skills, namely the human wheel and standing on the hands, and knowing the effect of these two skills on learning the Arabic jump skill. The subject teacher, the researcher conducted pre and posttests to find out the size of the change and whether the two previous skills affected the learning of the Arabic jump skill even in a simple way without rehearsing it. The researcher reached results that the experimental group achieved better results than the control group, thanks to the exercises prepared by the researcher, On the one hand, and because of the similarity of its kinetic path with the skill of the Arab jump, on the other hand. The researcher reached a conclusion that it is possible to teach a specific skill and to benefit from that learning in learning another skill that is similar or closes to it, and this is what we call the transfer of learning effect.
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Dr. Murtadha Mohsin abed, Zaid Sadoun Aziz, Ali Khalaf Mousa. The effect of the vertical learning transmission of the skills of the human wheel and the handstand on the skill of the Arabic jump on the floor movement mat in the artistic gymnastics for men. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2022;7(1):218-223.