Application research of internet multimedia technology in the teaching of table tennis difficult movement skills

  • Liangzi HanEmail author


Multimedia technology teaching is an innovative complement to traditional table tennis teaching methods. For teachers, not only can they enrich teaching methods and teaching methods, but also improve the quality of teaching; For students, it is beneficial to stimulate students’ interest and enthusiasm, play the main role of students in the teaching process, can help and accelerate the students to establish correct technical movements, and effectively improve motor skills. This paper combines the actual teaching situation of college table tennis and dialectically absorbs the research results of multimedia teaching that existed in the past. Research methods such as the literature method, the teaching experiment method, the questionnaire survey method, the mathematical and unified method and the logic analysis method. Under the basic theory of multimedia technology, the teaching courseware for the difficult action skills of table tennis was designed. The effect of expert animation demonstration under the courseware of multimedia technology on improving the skill acquisition of the soldiers was also discussed. Using courseware and expert animation demonstration to analyse and discuss the data learning results of table tennis learners’ self-learning ability, action representation and technical movements, in order to understand the auxiliary role of multimedia courseware teaching and the advantages of multimedia courseware teaching mode. Hoping this study can make the teaching class of table tennis more colorful through the sub-study, stimulate students’ interest in learning, and help the orderly development of teaching activities.


Internet multimedia teaching Table tennis teaching Highly difficult skills Auxiliary teaching 



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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Shenyang Aerospace UniversityShenyangChina

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