The Effect of Teaching Arabic Grammar by Using Curriculum Dramatization Approach on Achievement and Oral and Written Composition Skills for Students of the Primary Sixth Grade

Mohammed A. Alnassir

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of teaching Arabic grammar by using the curriculum dramatization approach on the scholastic achievement and oral and written composition skills for the sixth grade elementary students in Qatif city in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The sample of the study consisted of 62 students distributed in two equal groups: one is experimental which studied three units of grammar subjects and oral and written composition skills by using the curriculum dramatization approach while the other is the control gropu which studied the same units of grammar through the inqductive method and oral and written composition skills through the model method. The data of the study was collected by using three instruments designed especially for the purposes of the study: an achievement test of grammar and written composition and an oral composition scale. Data analysis revealed the following results: There were statistically significant differences at 0.00 between the means of the total marks of the students in the achievement test of grammar and written composition, andoral composition scales, which is attributed to the effect of using the curriculum dramatization approach. These differences were in favor of the experimental group. The study concluded by recommending the need for training Arabic teachersin using the curriculum dramatization approach.

 


Keywords


Curriculum dramatization approach, students' achievement, oral and written composition skills.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jeps.vol8iss1pp150-170

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