Abdul Hadi Salleh, Mohd Izwan Shahril, Gunathevan Elumalai, Saidil Mazlan Abdul Razak
This study aims to identify the validity and reliability of the Form Six Sports Science Practical Module (MASS). According to Norlena Salamuddin & Mohd Taib Harun (2003), students who want to continue their studies in the field of Sports Science need to master the content knowledge of sports science subjects first. Subject content knowledge refers to the mastery of disciplines covering sports science subjects such as physical fitness, anatomy and physiology, sports psychology, sports coaching, motor behavior and sports injuries. Therefore, this study would like to identify the validity and reliability of the MASS. Researchers used pre-experimental (one shot case study) design method- one short case study and a sample is 196 Form Six students consisting 100 male 96 famale. Researchers use the MASS. This module involves practicals that must be implemented by Sports Science students as a condition to the marks for paper 4 The value of content validity by experts in the field of MASS Sports Science Practical Module is r = .94. The reliability value of this module uses Cronbach’s Alpha which is r = .92. This indicates that r> .70 which describes the MASS has a high reliability value and can be applied to Form Six Sports Science students. The findings of this study need to be given more serious attention by the Malaysian Examinations Council (MPM) in order to improve the existing modules to make it easier for teachers in various aspects.
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