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A MOTIVATIONAL APPROACH TO SERVICING SKILL TRAINING IN VOLLEYBALL

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Author(s): Levent İLHAN

Journal: Beden Egitimi ve Spor Bilimleri Dergisi
ISSN 1307-6477

Volume: 3;
Issue: 3;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: Motivation | Servicing skill | Volleyball

ABSTRACT
The purpose of this research is to determine whether the “note” factor, which is assessed as an outer motivation tool, is effective on servicing skill training or not.A total of 20 students including 12 male and 8 female students studying in physical education training department have participated in the research. The back section of the volleyball pitch is divided by a strip 3 meters before the service line and parallel to the service line, this section is divided into 3 parts with measurements of 3m x 3m and numbers of 1-6-5 is given to these sections with reference to the position numbers in volleyball. The students have been asked to make tennis service in accordance wtih the rules by determining targets. The period after their exercises of 15 minutes has been recorded to video in order to collect data. The application continued in 4 parts. 1.Part: the students have been asked to make service shoot to the sections numbered 1,6,5 respectively. 2.Part: the students have been asked to continue to make service shoots with the same order but this time we have mentioned that each shoot reaching to the target will lead to +5 points added to the servicing part of the midterm examination and they have been asked to make 3 shoots to each section which is a total of 9 shoots. The lesson is paused for 10 minutes and the third part has started. 3.Part: As a continuance of lessons the shoots continued without any awards. 4.Part: the awarding of +5 points per a successfull shoot, which is an independent variable, has started again and the shoots continued as in the 2. Part. As a consequence of image examinations, the first three shoots of the students have been examined in the 1st and 3rd parts; the shoots reaching to the target section including the lines are conisdered as successful (2 points), the shoots outside the pitch which are not in accordance with the rules are considered as unsuccessful (0 points) and the balls falling into the pitch area despite not reaching to the target area are considered as appropriate (1 point). While comparing the servicing skills with the stages of the research, “wilcoxon test” have been used in order to test the meaning of the difference between points of the associated two measurement sets. When the servicing skill is examined according to the sections in all of the group; it has been found out that there is a meaningful difference in the level of p≤0,01 between the points obtained from the sections of 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, and there is a meaningful difference in the level of (z=3,46, p≤0,01) in sections 1.-2., and there is a meaningful difference in the level of (z=2,84, p≤0,01) in sections 2-3, and and there is a meaningful difference in the level of (z=3,77, p≤0,01) in sections 3-4. when the sequence average and total of the difference points are taken into consideration the differences are as follows: (in 1.-2. parts) in lieu of 2. part, (in 2.-3. parts) in lieu of 2. part, (in 3.-4. parts) in lieu of 4. part. This situation shows that there is a fluctuation between the parts of the research in accordance with the sections of the research. When we have a look at the parts where the servicing performance is high we can say that the independent variable is efficient.
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