The impact of the six-dimensional strategy in learning the skills of handling and suppression in soccer for students


  • Diaa Younis Abdel Aoun Iraq. Karbala University. College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences
  • Prof. Dr. Aziz Karim Wanas,
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Ramy Abdel Amir Hassoun
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Ramy Abdel Amir Hassoun


effect of strategy, hexagonal dimensions, handling and suppression, football


Through the experience of the researchers being teachers in the field of physical education, as well as informing them of the reality of teaching in our educational institutions, it is noted that the method used in teaching is the command strategy in learning the basic skills of football, which depends on the teacher, who explains on his part, followed by a presentation of the model without the slightest actual participation by the individual learner in the educational situation, and this does not fit with what the educational process calls for, and the increase in the number of students in one class has increased the gap in individual differences in terms of tendencies and trends, and there is no doubt that the command strategy is one of Successful strategies if applied in appropriate circumstances, but the greatest effort falls on the teacher or teacher and his need for a great effort to teach skills so that it is easy to master its stages in an attempt to bring it to the exemplary performance of the basic skills in football.

In order to keep pace with the development and modern methods of teaching, the researchers decided to use a modern strategy used for the first time in the sports field, which is (the six-dimensional strategy), hoping that it will contribute to the development of the educational process and help in improving and learning the skills of handling and suppressing football for students.