THE EFFECT OF USING A TRAINING CURRICULUM IN SINGLE AND MULTIPLE METHODS TO DEVELOP SOME BASIC SKILLS FOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS UNDER 16 YEARS
Keywords:training, multiple methods, basic skills, basketball, under 16 years.
The purpose of the study is to identify the differences among the post-tests between the two experimental groups: the first group that adopts the single method, and the second group that uses the multiple method in some basic skills of basketball players under (16) years. The study hypothesizes that there are statistically significant differences among the posttests between the two experimental groups, single method, and the group of multiple method, in certain basic skills of basketball players under (16) years. The researcher made use of the experimental method, since it fitted the nature and problem of the research. The research sample consisted of (14) players from Sulaf Basketball Club under (16) years. They were chosen intentionally, where two players were chosen to conduct the exploratory experiment. The other (12) players were divided into two groups randomly by lottery. Each experimental group consisted of (6) players, where the first experimental group, which adopted the single method, was used. The second group, which adopted the multiple method, was used to develop certain basic basketball skills. The curriculum took (6) weeks with (6) training units per week, except for Friday, which was a break for both groups. The researcher has concluded that the training curriculum made by the researcher for the two experimental groups (first and second) was effective in developing certain basic skills for basketball players under (16) years. According to the conclusions, the researcher recommends using various single and multiple methods in training curricula, because of their effective role in developing some basic skills in basketball.