Improvement of HOTS Method in Basketball Game Through TGFU Learning
The study's purpose was to improve students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) through learning using the Teaching Game For Understanding (TGfU) as a medium. This study uses purposive sampling with the provision of classes that have a low average value of physical education.
Materials and methods. This research is classroom action research (CAR). The sample used in this study consisted of one class totaling 32 students.
Results. The results of the study were that in the first cycle there were two assessments carried out, namely when playing the first game and the second game. In the first game students got a pretty good score, namely for the average SEI (Skill Execution Index) value of 0.72 from the highest score of 1 with a percentage of 72%, In the second cycle, the treatment given to students was still the same as the treatment in 1st cycle. In the second cycle, this time in the 1st game the average SEI value increased to 0.79 with a percentage of 79% then DMI increased to 0.81 with a percentage of 81% and the SI value increased to 0.81 with a presentation of 81%.
Conclusions. The learning process using TGfU can improve students’ HOTS skills. Learning TGfU with attacking and defending games, can improve decision making, execution skills, and player support which can be seen from each indicator that is determined to have increased from each cycle carried out by students. Hopefully, this research can be a support for Physical Education to grow more advanced.
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