The Effect of the Strategy ( Take One and Give One) on the Achievement of Students in Departments other than Specialization in the Faculties of Basic Education in the subject of General Arabic

  • المدرس صفا سالم محمد University of Diyala / College of Basic Education
Keywords: Take one and give one

Abstract

Research goal  Present Identify the effectiveness of a strategy take one and give one In the achievement of students in departments other than specialization In the College of Basic Education in general Arabic, the research sample consisted of (72) male and female students from the original community distributed in two divisions division (A) to represent the experimental group and division (B) the control group by (36) students in the experimental group that I studied grammar by the method  take one and give one and (36) male and female students in the control group which you studied in the usual way.

And the researcher was rewarded between the students of both groups In previous information variables and temporal  age and an intelligence test ,the researcher formulated behavioral goals the teaching plans were prepared , typical two groups , and prepared an achievement test consists of (20) multiple choice types , and after procedures for finding the difficulty factor, honesty and stability , for testing , the test is ready for application , the experiment lasted (8) weeks during which the researcher studied students of both groups (experimental and control), after applying the experiment , the researcher used the (t-test) one of the statistical methods , after analyzing the search results which indicates a difference , statistically significant difference and for the benefit of the experimental group she studied her students according to a strategy (take one and give one).

Published
2021-03-09
How to Cite
محمدا. ص. (2021). The Effect of the Strategy ( Take One and Give One) on the Achievement of Students in Departments other than Specialization in the Faculties of Basic Education in the subject of General Arabic. ALUSTATH JOURNAL FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 60(1), 39-64. https://doi.org/10.36473/ujhss.v60i1.1264
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