Student Perceptions, Values, and Beliefs Prior to, During, and After Badminton Instruction
- The Effects of a 3-Week Unit of Tactical, Skill, or Combined Tactical and Skill Instruction on Badminton Performance of Ninth-Grade Students. French, Karen E.; Werner, Peter H.; Rink, Judith E.; Taylor, Kevin; Hussey, Kevin // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p418
This article looks at the effects of a 3-week unit of tactical, skill or a combined tactical and skill instruction on badminton performance of ninth-grade students. There has been in increase in interest in alternative models for games and sport instruction and recent research has compared...
- Keep your eye on the shuttlecock. // Marriage Partnership;Fall93, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p16
Cites statistics on the number of eye injuries caused by badminton annually, taken from `Bottom Line Personal.'
- Analysis of the characteristics of competitive badminton. Manrique, D. Cabello; González-Badillo, J.J. // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Feb2003, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p62
Objective: To describe the characteristics of badminton in order to determine the energy requirements, temporal structure, and movements in the game that indicate performance level. To use the findings to plan training with greater precision. Methods: Eleven badminton players (mean (SD) age 21.8...
- Klink. Knock. Thwack. Beach, Patrick // Esquire;Jul98, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p131
Provides instructions for playing various outside sports such as crochet, horseshoe and badminton. Instructions on how to play these games; Type of equipment one should use; Prices of equipment.
- Shuttlecock! // NEA Today;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p16
The article notes the rise of badminton in high school sports, noting that it is competitive but low-key and is meritocratic in that one must win to advance.
- The Effects of a 6-Week Unit of Tactical, Skill, or Combined Tactical and Skill Instruction on Badminton Performance of Ninth-Grade Students. French, Karen E.; Werner, Peter H.; Hussey, Kevin; Taylor, Kevin; Jones, John // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p439
This article looks at the effects of a 6-week unit of tactical, skill or a combined tactical and skill instruction on badminton performance of ninth-grade students. In a 3-week unit of research, the three treatment groups showed better performance than a control group on cognitive components of...
- Frank Morton sports in Newcastle and Singapore. Morrison, Gregor; Eades, Joe // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Apr2009, Issue 814, p53
The article discusses the highlights of sports events in Newcastle, England and Singapore in February 2009, which were both participated by chemical engineering students. Students and industrialists competed in different sports, ranging from football to badminton at Saint James' Park Newcastle....
- High-and Low-Skilled Target Student's Academic Achievement and Instructional Performance in a 6-Week Badminton Unit. Graham, Kathy C.; Williams, Cynthia D.; Ellis, S. Dee; Kwak, Eun Chang; Werner, Peter H. // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p477
This article discusses the academic achievement and instructional performance of high- and low-skilled target students' in a 6-week Badminton unit. The study looked at the performance of students with differing skill levels on end-of instruction psychomotor and affective outcome measures. The...
- Changes in Badminton Game Play across Developmental Skill Levels among High School Students. Jianyu Wang; Wenhao Liu // ICHPER -- SD Journal of Research in Health, Physical Education, ;Fall/Winter2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p29
The study examined changes in badminton game play across developmental skill levels among high school students in a physical education setting. Videotapes of badminton game play of 80 students (40 boys and 40 girls) in the four developmental skill levels (each skill level had 10 boys and 10...