The effect of the PQ4R strategy on the mathematical average in mathematics logic of intelligence for second graders
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2020, Volume 16, Issue 3, Pages 50-76
AbstractThe research goal defines the effect of the PQ4R strategy on mathematical logical intelligence for second-graders middle school students, and to achieve the research goal, the researcher adopted the experimental research approach, as the experimental design was used for two equivalents groups with the post-test of mathematical logical intelligence, the experiment was applied to a sample of (70) students The experimental group (34) female students and the control group (36) female students from the second intermediate class in the middle (Al-Sham girls) for the academic year 2018-2019, the two groups were rewarded with variables (the previous mathematical knowledge test, the female student's age time calculated in months, the logical mathematical intelligence test The experiment requirements were determined by identifying the scientific subject and preparing the teaching plans, the research tool (Mathematical Logical Intelligence Test) was built, as the Mathematical Logical Intelligence Test consisted of (20) objective paragraphs, the validity of the test was verified and the test stability coefficient was acceptable, as was The treatment of difficulty, discrimination, and effectiveness of the wrong alternatives for the two test items was good, and the researcher taught the experimental group adopting the PQ4R strategy which is based on seven sequential steps (preliminary examination, asking questions, reading aloud, meditating, writing, reviewing), and studied the study group Duck according to the usual method of teaching, and after the end of the experiment the mathematical logical intelligence test was applied to each of the two groups (experimental and control), a number of appropriate statistical methods were used, including the (Kuder-Richardson 20) equation, the alpha-Kronbach equation, the T-test, and the coefficient Pearson correlation, and the following results were reache
1- There is a statistically significant difference at the level of significance (0.05) between the mean scores of female students of the experimental group and the degrees of students of the control group in the logical mathematical intelligence test and in favor of the experimental group.
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