Keywords : Effectiveness


Effectiveness of Using Linguistic Jokes on Developing Linguistic Intelligence of Second Intermediate Pupils Graders in Arabic Language

Fathi Taha Mishaal AL-Jobouri

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 3, Pages 1-44
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.148058

The Current research aims at defining the effect of Linguistic jokes on developing Linguistic Intelligences of second intermediate pupils graders in Arabic Language. The sample consisted of two groups: the experimental group with(35) pupils and Control group with(35) pupils.In order to verify the aim ,the researcher put two null hypotheses. A Linguistic Intelligence test with (34) items. Its reliability and stability was verified .After the application on the sample and statistically analyzing the data using (t-test) of two independent and related samples ,the result showed statistically significant differences between the means of the experimental group that used Linguistic jokes and the Control group that used traditional method in the post test of Linguistic Intelligence in favor of the experimental group. The results also showed statistically significant differences between the means of the experimental group that used Linguistic jokes in the post test and the means of the same group in the post test and favor of the post test.

Effectiveness of an educational software suggested according to private teach in achievement for 10th secondary class for chemical bonds

Dr.Mahmood Abdulsalam Mohammed Alhafidh

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 2, Pages 175-214
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.146383

The aims of this research to verify the effect of suggested educational software on the achievement of students in the 10th secondary class for chemical bonds.
The results of the study showed the effectiveness of the suggested educational software in improving the level of achievement in the unit of chemical bonds. There were statistically significant differences at (0.001) between the average degrees of the experimental group who studied according to the suggested educational software and the degrees of control group students who studied the usual method in the chemical bond test and for the benefit of the experimental group. The results also showed statistically significant differences between the mean degrees of the experimental group studied using the suggested educational software and the students of the control group who studied the usual method in the levels of memory, understanding, application, analysis and synthesis for the benefit of the experimental group, while there were no significant differences in levels Memorization and evaluation between the two groups.