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A DESCRIPTION OF THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESSES IN BASKETBALL AND THEIR EFFECTS ON PROCEDURAL TACTICAL KNOWLEDGE

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Author(s): Juan C. Morales | Pablo J. Greco | Ricardo L. Andrade

Journal: Revista de PsicologĂ­a del Deporte
ISSN 1132-239X

Volume: 18;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 469;
Date: 2009;
Original page

ABSTRACT
The aim of this study was to observe and describe the teaching-learning processes of technical and tactical abilities in basketball for players aged 10-12 years, by identifying the methodologies applied by the teachers and analyzing their influence on the acquisition of procedural tactical knowledge (PTK). The results confirmed an emphasis on the use of the situational-global method (SG) in group A training sessions. The use of the situational and mixed methods (SM) predominated in group B, while in group C the analytical method (AM) was the most utilized. Concerning the PTK performance, it was confirmed that the SG method provided improvements in the tactical parameters convergent "offer and orientate yourself (OO)" (z=-5,65, p=0,00), divergent OO (z=-5,89, p=0,00), convergent "identification of gaps (IG)" (z=-5,24, p=0,00) and divergent IG (z=-5,00, p=0,00).
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