Kinestetik : Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Jasmani
Vol 5, No 1 (2021): MARET (ACCREDITED SINTA 3)

The Influence of Inquiry Methods and Motor Educability on Dribbling Skills in Soccer

Alexon Alexon (Universitas Bengkulu)
Bayu Insanistyo (Universitas Bengkulu)
Binar Dewa Al Rajjab (Universitas Bengkulu)
Novriansyah Novriansyah (Universitas Bengkulu)

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Publish Date
31 Mar 2021


Research aims toaknow the influenceaMethod of Inquiry and Motor Educability Exerciseaagainst skillsaDribbling in FootballaBengkulu Young Shoots. Research conductsaresearch Experiment withaFactorial design. Sample insideaThis study included 48 athletesaTunas Muda KotaaBengkulu. Data analysis techniqueausing the t-test. The results of the research in this study are: 1. The results of the dribbling skills in soccer for SSB students who are taught using a modelainquiry exerciseaguided moreahigh in comparisonawith students who followainquiry learningafree. 2. Resultsadribbling skills of students have motoraeducability higheraheight than the childawho has a motoraeducabilitylow. 3. Several schoolsahave a workout scheduleaconcurrently between football extracurriculars, so thatadirectly inaimplementation of the exercise sometimes has toado the treetment and testanot simultaneously. This matterabe one of the obstacles in providing treatmentain the form of a training methodato students. 4. Studentsanot quarantined soaresearchers cannot control activityawhateverastudents doaout of scheduleaexercise is a nutritional problemastudents. Notastraightforward this thingacan affectaresearch. 5. Lack of comfortaand the serenity students getaat the time of doing the guided inquiry method and lackathe facility used by researchers to support the provisionathe training method when doing the methodathe free inquiry exercise.

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Kinestetik: Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Jasmani by the Program Study of Physical Education FKIP University of Bengkulu. The journal of physical education, health and recreation was first printed in March 2013, this scientific journal received writings that had never been published elsewhere. and ...