Multicolour Flag Game (MFG) as an alternative learning method for adaptive students
Fajar Awang, Irawan
Dhias Fajar Widya, Permana
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Physical education is a component that can unify cultures, languages, and nations. The purpose of this study was to facilitate deaf students to get the correct information and motivation to participate in physical activities in their class. Multicolour Flag Game (MFG) is a research tool that is used in this study to evaluate the adaptiveness of the subjects. The physical fitness elements include running back and forth, zig-zag running, and running past obstacles. The total number of subjects that participated in the trial and test for phase I, phase II and Phase III are eight, ten and fifteen students, respectively. It was shown from the study that the cognitive, affective and psychomotor evaluation for the phase I is 93%, 94% and 83%, respectively. Whilst for phase II and III, the aforesaid evaluations are 96%, 94% and 87% as well as 98%, 96% and 90%, respectively. Therefore, it could be concluded that the MFG approach does significantly improve the learning outcomes of the subjects, and could be further used to entice challenged students in participating in physical activities.