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The Physical Educator
Mosston and Ashworth's (2008) reciprocal style of teaching gives learners the opportunity to work in pairs to support each other's learning (one practices a task and the other gives feedback). The effects of pairing learners by companionship (friend and nonacquaintance) on 8-year-old children's motor skill performance and comfort levels were explored in this study. The participants (N = 52) were randomly assigned to a treatment group (n = 40) or a control group (n = 12). Prior to the study,doi:10.18666/tpe-2015-v72-i5-6213 fatcat:kbwt7at4obebharrn5enh4trlu