Efforts to Improve the Learning Outcomes of Chest Pass Basketball through a Demonstration Method for Students in Class XI SMA Santa Lusia
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Passing
Chest pass
Basketball

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Renaldo, G. R., Prawira, A. Y., ‘Ala, F., & Pasaribu, A. M. N. (2023). Efforts to Improve the Learning Outcomes of Chest Pass Basketball through a Demonstration Method for Students in Class XI SMA Santa Lusia. Nusantara Journal of Sports Science (NJSS), 2(1), 22–25. Retrieved from http://journal.apskori-sanjoss.org/index.php/njss/article/view/25

Abstract

Based on observations at SMA Santa Lucia Bekasi in December and January, In the practise of basketball, especially the chest pass technique carried out by students, a common mistake made by students is that when holding the ball, they tend to hold it in their fingers and not in their palms in the initial attitude; the hands tend not to be perfectly straight when rejecting the ball in the execution attitude; automatically, the arms are not straight forward in the final attitude; and the student's hands are not balanced when holding and rejecting the ball due to the use of a real ball. From these conditions, it will certainly affect the value of the student's chest pass, where it is obtained that the value of students who pass is 10, while students who do not pass are 18, with a percentage of 30% who pass and 70% of students who do not pass out of a total of 28 students. In this study, the type of research used is PTK (classroom action research), and the approach to this research is quantitative. Action research uses the Kemmis and McTaggart model of research cycles, where each cycle has systematic steps consisting of action planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The demonstrations that have been obtained from cycle I to cycle II can be said to have been carried out well.

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