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Puthut Endiarto Sebelas Maret University
Paper Title
THE EFFECT OF PRACTICE AND GAME LEARNING APPROACH ON THE CHEST PASS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT ON EXTRACURRICULAR BASKET BALL PLAYING
Category
Physical Education
Keyword
Learning Achievement, Practice, Game Learning, Chest Pass, Basket Ball
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ISBN 978-602-8429-74-0
Abstract

Objectives: The objectives of research were (1) to find out whether or not there was a difference of practice and game learning approaches effects on the chest pass ability in basket ball playing in the male extracurricular students of SMA Santo Yosef in the school year of 2012/2013, and (2) to find out which one having better effect, practice or game learning approach on the chest pass ability in basket ball playing in the male extracurricular students of SMA Santo Yosef in the school year of 2012/2013. Methods: The learning approach used to achieve the objective above was an experiment one with pretest-posttest design corresponding to research design. The treatment was administered 3 times a week for 6 weeks or 1.5 months was conducted gradually according to the predetermined practice program. The data was collected using test and measurement tests, and chest pass learning achievement. Results: Based on the result of data analysis, it could be concluded that: (1) there was a significant difference of effect between practice and game learning approaches on the chest pass ability in basket ball playing in the male extracurricular students of SMA Santo Yosef in the school year of 2012/2013, with calculation result of 4.883. Meanwhile the threshold of hypothesis rejection was zero (null), thus the null hypothesis was not supported meaning that there was a difference of effect between practice and game learning approach groups, and (2) The game learning approach was more effective than the practice one; the result of chest pass improvement calculation on game learning approach indicated that there was an increase by 9.585%. Meanwhile, the calculation of chest pass learning achievement in practice group showed an increase of 8.010%. Conclusion: (1) there was a significant difference of effect between practice and game learning approaches, (2) The game learning approach was more effective than the practice one;  

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