The Large Class Teaching Strategies in Aquatic Activities

Eka Nugraha, Carsiwan Carsiwan, Cep Ubad Abdulah, Burhan Hambali

Abstract

The challenge of learning in large classes demands appropriate classroom strategy setting, the main problem of this research is to find out the increase in gliding skill, as well as its correlation with freestyle swimming basic movements. The method used was quasi experiment, with casual comparative research wherein all student of class of 2014 enrolling aquatic activity. The sampling technique was purposive sampling by which 108 students were selected. They were divided into three homogenous groups based on their respective gliding test result deemed as the most dominant movement patterns in their aquatic activities. Class A and C used peer assist learning (PAL), Class B applied mixed conventional learning strategies (CL= Cooperative Learning and DI= Direct Instruction) for 8 meetings. Based on the calculation and data analysis, there is a significant increase of skill with ρ = 0,031 (0.031 < 0.05). Each group has an increase and positive correlation between gliding on freestyle swimming style of 0.64 (ρ of 0.00). The conclusion of the research on the application of PAL and CL in large-scale aquatic learning activities has improved students' gliding ability, and there is a positive correlation between sliding towards freestyle movement.

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Nugraha E., Carsiwan C., Abdulah C. and Hambali B. (2017). The Large Class Teaching Strategies in Aquatic Activities.In 2nd International Conference on Sports Science, Health and Physical Education - Volume 2: ICSSHPE, ISBN 978-989-758-317-9, pages 266-269. DOI: 10.5220/0007070407850788


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@conference{icsshpe17,
author={Eka Nugraha and Carsiwan Carsiwan and Cep Ubad Abdulah and Burhan Hambali},
title={The Large Class Teaching Strategies in Aquatic Activities},
booktitle={2nd International Conference on Sports Science, Health and Physical Education - Volume 2: ICSSHPE,},
year={2017},
pages={266-269},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={10.5220/0007070407850788},
isbn={978-989-758-317-9},
}


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TY - CONF

JO - 2nd International Conference on Sports Science, Health and Physical Education - Volume 2: ICSSHPE,
TI - The Large Class Teaching Strategies in Aquatic Activities
SN - 978-989-758-317-9
AU - Nugraha E.
AU - Carsiwan C.
AU - Abdulah C.
AU - Hambali B.
PY - 2017
SP - 266
EP - 269
DO - 10.5220/0007070407850788