Levels of training in Abaq Programme (UCMAS) and enhancement of auditory and visual memory: A developmental Approach.

Omar Haroon Al Khaleefa, Ijlal Ali Moosa Ali

Abstract


This study explores the possible difference in auditory and visual memory between trained and untrained pupils on four levels of Abaq programme (UCMAS) in Khartoum State. To achieve this aim, the causal comparative method was employed. The study sample comprised 201 basic school pupils both males (100) and females (101), 101 of whom were an experimental group, and 100 a control one.Pupils’ age ranged between 7- 12 years. For data collection, the following tests of auditory memory were used: Holy Verses from Quran, Test of Digits Forward, and Digits Backward of the WISC-111 as well as tests of visual memory: Flash Cards and Memory Drum. The study shows that there were: (a) Significant differences in auditory memory according to four levels of training between the experimental group and the control group (b) Significant differences in visual memory according to four levels of training between the experimental group and the control one. Generally, the study showed that there was an increase of enhancement of auditory and visual memory due to the increase of levels of training of Abaq programme to the degree of complete memory.


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Educational studies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jeps.vol5iss1pp42-69

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