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فاعلية توظيف الأغاني الوطنية في تشكيل الهوية الوطنية وإثارة الدافعية لدى الطلبة

هاني عبيدات و محمد عبيدات ‏

جامعة اليرموك - الأردن

Doi://10.47015/16.2.7                           

JJES,16(2), 2020, 223-233

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى الكشف عن فاعلية توظيف الأغاني في تشكيل الهوية ‏الوطنية وإثارة الدافعية لدى الطلبة، ولتحقيق هدف الدراسة، تم إعداد أداتي ‏الدراسة، وهما: مقياس للهوية الوطنية وتألف من (21) فقرة، ومقياس للدافعية ‏تألف من (23) فقرة، وتم التأكد من صدقهما وثباتهما. ثم طبقت الأداتان على ‏عينة بلغت (66) طالبة؛ تألفت المجموعة التجريبية من (33) طالبة درست ‏بالأغاني، والضابطة من (33) طالبة درست بالطريقة الاعتيادية، وطبقت هذه ‏الدراسة على وحدة " رموز وطنية" من مبحث التربية الوطنية والمدنية للصف ‏السابع الأساسي خلال الفصل الدراسي الأول 2018/2019م. وقد أظهرت نتائج ‏الدراسة وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية (0.05=α) على مقياس الهوية الوطنية ‏تعزى إلى طريقة التدريس ولصالح المجموعة التجريبية. كما أظهرت نتائج الدراسة ‏وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية (0.05=α) على مقياس الدافعية تعزى إلى ‏طريقة التدريس ولصالح المجموعة التجريبية.‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: الأغاني الوطنية، الهوية الوطنية، الدافعية)‏


 

The Effectiveness of Employing Patriotic Songs in ‎Creating National Identity and Stimulating Motivation ‎among Students ‎

 

Hani Obeidat and Mohammad  Obeidat, Yarmouk University, Jordan.

 

Abstract: The aim of this study was to reveal the effectiveness of ‎employing patriotic songs in creating national identity as well as ‎in stimulating students’ motivation. To achieve the aim of this ‎study, two tools were developed. The first consists of the scale ‎of national identity entailing (21) items, and the second is a ‎motivational scale considering (23) items. Validity and ‎reliability were verified for both scales. The two scales were ‎administrated on a sample of (66) students distributed into ‎groups: An experimental group consisting of (33) students that ‎have been taught by songs, and a control group including (33) ‎students that have been taught without songs. This study taught ‎‎"national symbols" unit from the civil and national studies ‎course of the seventh grade during the first semester ‎‎2018/2019. The results of the study indicated statistically ‎significant differences (α=0.05) on the motivational scale of ‎teaching method on the national identity scale, as well as, on the ‎motivation scale posttests, in favor of the experimental group.‎


‎(Keywords: Patriotic Songs, National Identity, Motivation)‎

 

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