أثر أنموذج أدي وشايرفي تحصيل طالبات الصف الخامس الادبي واتجاهاتهن نحو مادة التاريخ
The Effect of the Addie and Shayer Model on the Achievement of Fifth Grade Students and their Attitudes towards History
- Ahmed Hashim Mohammed and Hadil Jassas Ali
University of Baghdad - College of Education for Women
The current research aims to examine the effect of the Adi and Shayer model on the achievement of fifth-grade students and their attitudes toward history. To achieve the research objective, the researcher has adopted two null hypotheses. 1) there is no statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) between the average score of students of the experimental group who study the history of Europe and modern American history according to the model of Addie and Shayer, and the average scores of the students of the control group who study the same subjects according to the traditional method in the test of post-achievement. 2) There was no statistically significant difference at the level (0.05) between the average scores of the experimental group who study the history of Europe and modern American history according to the model of Adi and Shayer, and the average scores of the control group who study the same subjects according to the traditional method in the direction of history. The researcher adopted an experimental design with partial adjustment and post-test. A sample of (60) students was distributed into two groups: (30) students as the experimental group and (30) students as the control group. In order to conduct the experiment, the researcher formulated the behavioral goals of (140) goals according to levels of bloom and a number of teaching plans. The researcher designed a test consists of (50) multiple-choice paragraphs. As for the attitude scale towards the material, it has consisted of (30) paragraphs. The researcher used a number of statistical methods that showed statistically significant differences in favor of the experimental group. In light of this, the researcher presented a number of conclusions, recommendations, and suggestions.
Keywords: impact, model, collection, trends, history