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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 7, July 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Basic Learning Movement Of Javelin Through Games Bombardier: A Model Development

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AUTHOR(S)

Syahruddin

 

KEYWORDS

Learning Model, Basic Motion Javelin, and Games, Elementary school students.

 

ABSTRACT

The objective of this research and development study is to produce a model of learning basic movement javelin through bombardier game for elementary school students. It also tries to obtain in-depth information about competence, characteristics, and capabilities of early primary school students in the implementation of teaching physical education, especially at the basic learning materials javelin throwing basic movement. It employs the research and development approach. The subjects are grade six elementary school students from two schools, Public Primary School of Bertingkat Mamajang I and Public Primary School of Baddoka, both are located in Makassar, Indonesia. Questionnaires were used to collect data covering four different steps, (1) analysis of needs; (2) the expert evaluation (initial product evaluation); (3) the limited trial (small group trial); and (4) the main trial (field testing). It used the test process and an assessment rubric javelin truth movement to test the effectiveness of the model. Overall, the results show: (1) Learning basic motion javelin using simple tools for students is needed by teachers of Physical Education; (2) the overall product is effectively implemented by teachers Physical Education in teaching basic motion javelin, (3) The basic motion learning model javelin for the students is effectively successful.

 

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