The Effect of Exchanging Teaching Strategy on Developing Some Creative Thinking Skills of Sixth Primary Pupils and their Interest in Arabic Reading
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 75-114
AbstractThe current research aims at defining the effect of exchanging teaching strategy on developing some creative thinking skills of sixth primary pupils and their interest in Arabic reading.The sample consisted of (40) Pupils. To achieve the aim of the research, the researcher used two equivalent empirical design (one to be experimental and the other is the control group).The researcher made two tools the first was to measure certain creative thinking skills consisting of (9) question measuring (fluency, flex ability and originality) . The second consisted of (34) items to measure the interest in Arabic reading characterized by reliability and valibity. The experiment lasted (7) weeks. After applying the tools and the appropriate statistical means in analyzing data, the results showed statistically significant differences at the level of (0,05) between the average of developing creative thinking skills and interest in Arabic reading,and in favor of the experimental group that used exchanging teaching strategy over the control group that used traditional method . Given these results, the researcher gave a number of recommendations and suggestions.
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