The effects of Two-Lower-Hand skill training in volleyball playing of Pathomsuksa Students in Tak Primary Education Service Area Office 1

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Siwat Chaitorn
Somkiat Netprasert


The purposes of this research were to study the comparison of two-handed volleyball skills and to measure the attitudes of Prathomsuksa 5 students in Tak Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 after using the skill training of two hands lower volleyball. The sample was used as a sixth grader by Purposive Sampling in the second semester of academic year 2017 in Bannongrom School. The instrument of the study to measure the skills and attitudes of Prathomsuksa 5 students of Tak Primary Education Service Area office 1 after using the skill training of two-hands lower volleyball is a test of cognitive achievement, psychoanalysis and skills about serving with the lower hand and jumping to spike the ball. In summary, the results of the evaluation of learning volleyball for dimensions of behavioral learning on classification, rules, strategies, penetration, protection and the procedure to learn volleyball are at a good level. The psychosocial interest, satisfaction, ability to adapt and the athlete's level is very high. Compared with the criteria set it appears that in terms of range of skills: double-handed play, serving with the lower hand and jumping to spike the ball, there are more students above the good level. Compared with the criteria set by the evaluation, it has met the criteria. In the dimension of teaching management, it was found that the students had good opinions about the management of volleyball class. In conclusion, the students' satisfaction is at the highest level.


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