Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Abbas, Dr. Hussein Nour


The Effect of the Method of Input and Inclusion (Inclusion) In Learning and Improving the Performance of Closed Skill for Middle School Students

Dr. Hussein Nour Abbas

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 375-387

The physical education lesson is one of the basic rules in achieving educational goals. Taking care of the physical education lesson is the first and important step by which the benefits found in the prescribed curriculum are reaped, and because of the importance of studying physical education in the preparatory stage, which is one of the most important basic stages in the educational system. Students pass through the stage of adulthood, at this stage students appear to develop in the physiological, physical, mental, emotional and social aspects, so they have the ability to learn and acquire skills and information and a sense of independence and maturity, as the student becomes able to understand and draw relationships and draw conclusions, and his ability to analyze and synthesize with the required skill increases Learn it. Despite the recent trends that have emerged in the teaching of physical education, we lack their application in our schools, which are almost non-existent, and from this stems the necessity to use modern methods in teaching physical education that are consistent with the students' preferences and desires and reach a level of mastery and a high level of competence. And effectiveness, and modern education emphasizes the individual differences that exist between learners, so it is necessary to pay attention to and take into account them in various ways, and the multiplicity and diversification of teaching methods are concerned with the growth of learners to the maximum of the capabilities of each of them, and building the objectives of the lesson on the real needs of learners by making the teaching positions stemming from the goals based on their needs They interact with the teacher on the one hand and with their colleagues on the other hand in a deep, continuous and influential way, as the teaching method is the means that transmit knowledge and knowledge to the learner, and whenever it is appropriate to the educational position and consistent with the learner’s age, intelligence, ability and inclinations, the educational goals achieved through it are broader, more profound and useful.