ISSN: 2003-2222

Author : Z. Kadum, Hayder


Impact the way pictures made in the collection of the rules of the English language material when students

Hayder Z. Kadum

Al-Bahith Journal, 2016, Volume 6, Issue 17, Pages 292-314

Aim of the current research is known
as "the impact of the way images
made in the collection of the rules of
the English language material when
students teachers training institutes."
By checking the validity of the
following null hypothesis: -
There is no statistically
significant difference between the
average scores of the collection of
experimental group students who are
studying the rules of the English
language material according to the
method images Mileage average
score for the academic achievement
of female control group who were
studying the same article in the
traditional way.
To achieve the goal of the
research follow procedures
researcher experimental method,
which included selection of
experimental design with two first
pilot taught the rules of the English
language using images Mileage
method and the other officer taught
the rules of the English language is
the use of images Mileage strategy.
Included sample (61) student
randomly selected students from the
fourth grade / Institute preparation
parameters of the Directorate of
Education Baghdad / Rusafa first,
The number of members of the
experimental group (31) and a
student, the number of members of
the control group reached (30) and
student.
Researcher rewarded statistically
between the two sets of search
variables (IQ test scores, and
chronological age of the students
calculated in months, and academic
achievement for parents, and
educational attainment for mothers,
and scores of Arabic for the previous
academic year).
Researcher prepared Anmozgen of
lesson plans for Arabic grammar
topics studied in the experiment
which (method of application, and
provide news on the debutante, and
its effect on the perpetrator, and style
of praise and slander) in light of the
content of the book and behavioral
objectives formulated.
To measure the impact of the
independent