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Research Objectives: 1. To create and find the effectiveness of video media on sprinting skill.
2. To develop students’ learning achievement, 3. To investigate relative change score concerning with
the sprinting skill ability and 4. To study learners’ satisfaction. This study was conducted under the
Research and Development style using a set of instruments namely: interview form for content and
video learning material experts, sprinting skill video media, video media quality assessment form,
achievement test with a reliability of 0 .9 1 , sprinting skill learning test, and learners’ satisfaction
questionnaire. The 30 samples used in this study obtained by using purposive selection and voluntary
selection. Two tests were conducted and took 1 .3 0 hours each time. The statistics used in data
analysis were mean, standard deviation, t–test Dependence, Confidence values of an achievement
test using Kuder–Richardson's KR-20 formula, Video media performance is determined using the E1/E2
formula, and Relative change score.
The results of study were as follows:
1. The effectiveness of video media was 82.00/83.16.
2. The means scores of the learning achievement posttest were higher than the pretest at
3. The relative change score of sprinting skill ability showed that the means of the ability
scores before attending the project and after attending the project were 6.13 and 14.00.
4. respectively, and the overall satisfaction of the participants were at the highest level.
( X =4.59)
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