DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1415

Experimental Research with Combination of Whole Brain Teaching and Basketball Techniques

Delin Yang

Abstract


This paper gives exploration on the whole brain teaching of techniques and tactics by aiming at basketball teaching of middle school, and it makes analysis and discussion by conducting whole brain teaching experiment on techniques and tactics, with the expectation of providing some theoretical and practical references to the whole brain teaching of basketball techniques and tactics of middle school. In the experiment, it mainly gives comparative analysis to experimental group and control group from such aspects as skills test, statistics of the left-right limb-dominated tactics coordination in game and shooting number after learning. According to the teaching experimental research, it draws the conclusion that: whole brain teaching can promote not only the grasping of basketball techniques by students but also the grasping of inferior-side tactics coordination by students, and it can increase the choice opportunities of tactics coordination and enhance the chance of victory in game.

Keywords


Whole Brain Teaching, Basketball, Tactics Coordination, Basketball Techniques

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