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Feedback and Motor Skills Provides a Good Effect on the Results of Learning Karate Stance (KATA)

Pangondian Hotliber Purba, Rahman Situmeang

Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of giving feedback and Motoric skills towards the result of learning result of learning karate stance (KATA). The population was 95 PKO students? of IV Semester FIK-Unimed. Quasi-experimental research method with 2x2 factorial design. The data analysis technique uses two-way ANAVA. Student Motoric skills was measured by using the Barrow Motoric Ability Test. The learning result test uses the KATA test that has an ability test 0.98 using the product moment correlation formula. The test validity of the test using face validity. The results of hypothesis testing indicate that the KATA learning result of students who are given direct feedback are higher than the KATA learning result of students who are given delayed feedback. This is indicated byFcount = 6.39> Ftable = 4.02 at the significance level ? = 0.05. The students who have higher Motoric skills have a higher of KATA learning result compared with students who have low Motoric skills. This was indicated byFcount = 5.74> Ftable = 4.02 at the significance level ? = 0.05, and with dk (1.56) there was an interaction between giving feedback and students Motoric skills in improving KATA learning result. This was indicated byFcount = 58.56> Ftable = 4.02 at the significance level ? = 0.05. Further tests using the Tuckey Test.

Keywords: Feedback, Motoric Ability, Learning Result, Words

Country: Indonesia, Subject Area: Physical Education

Pages: 1861 - 1865

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019

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Pangondian Hotliber Purba, Rahman Situmeang, "Feedback and Motor Skills Provides a Good Effect on the Results of Learning Karate Stance (KATA)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i5/show_abstract.php?id=ART20198194, Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019, 1861 - 1865

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