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أثر استخدام استراتيجية الكرسي الساخن في تحسين مهارات التعبير الشفوي  

قاسم البري

جامعة آل البيت، الأردن

Doi://10.47015/17.4.1  

JJES,17(4), 2021, 493-500

ملخص: هدفت الدِّراسة الحالية  إلى تعرف أثر استراتيجية الكرسي الساخن في تحسين مهارات التعبير الشفوي لدى طالبات الصف السابع الأساسي. استخدم الباحث منهج البحث شبه التجريبي. وتكونت عينة الدِّراسة من (32) طالبة من طالبات الصف السابع الأساسي من مدرسة روضة الأميرة بسمة الأساسية الأولى للبنات التابعة لمديرية تربية لواء البادية الشمالية الغربية، قسمن إلى مجموعتين: تجريبية، وفيها (16) طالبة، وضابطة، وفيها (16) طالبة. ولتحقيق أهداف الدِّراسة، تم تطوير قائمة تقدير مهارات التعبير الشفوي، تألفت من (12) فقرة، تضمنت مهارات المضمون، ومهارات حسن الأداء. وتم إعداد اختبار موقفي في التعبير الشفوي جرى التحقق من صدقه وثباته. وجرى تقويم أداء كل طالبة في ضوء المعيار المعد لهذه الغاية. وبعد  تطبيق الاختبار على المجموعتين قبليًا وبعديًا، كشفت النتائج تفوقًا دالًا إحصائيًا لصالح المجموعة التي دُرست باستخدام استراتيجيه الكرسي الساخن على المجموعة التي دُرست بالطريقة الاعتيادية في مهارات التعبير الشفوي.

(الكلمات المفتاحية: استراتيجية الكرسي الساخن، مهارات التعبير الشفوي)

 

The Effect of Using Hot Chair Strategy on Improving Oral Expression Skills

 Qasim Al-Bari, Al al-Bayt University, Jordan.

 Abstract: The current study aimed to investigate the effect of hot chair strategy on improving oral expression skills among seventh-grade students in Jordan. A quasi-experimental method was used. The sample of the study comprised (32) seventh basic grade students from first basic Rawdat Al-Amirah Bassma for girls school of Western Northern badia directorate of education who were selected and divided into two groups: experimental (16 students) and control (16 students). To achieve the purposes of the study, a checklist scale for improving oral expression skills was developed.An oral expression test was prepared.Validity and reliability of the test were ensured. Every student was assessed in light of the criterion prepared for this purpose. A pre/post-test was administered for both groups. The results of the study showed that there was a statistically significant difference in favor of the experimental group that was taugh using the hot chair strategy.

(Keywords: Hot Chair Strategy, Oral Expression Skills).

 

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