The Impact of Reading and Numerous Initiative on Developing the Basic Skills Among Third Grade Basic Students in Southern Al-Mazar District

Etimad Jamil Al-Jaafreh, Suhair Al-Jaafreh

Abstract


This study aimed at investigating the impact of reading and numerous initiative on developing the basic skills among third basic grade students in Southern Al-Mazar district, the sample of the study consisted of (49) third basic grade students who were intentionally selected.The instruments of the study were the language and numerous skills acquisition tests. To answer the questions of the study t test was used. The study revealed that there were statistical significance differences in the students achievement on the numerous skills test in favor of reading and numerous initiative. The results of the study also revealed that there were no statistical significance differences in the post total score in the students achievement on the numerous and reading basic skills among third grade students due to the gender. In light of the results of the study, the study recommended adopting reading and numerous initiative in teaching reading and numerous, it also recommended adopting this initiative for the fourth basic grade students.


Keywords


Reading; Numerous initiative; Developing; Basic skills; Basic students; Jordan

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