The Effect of Using Smart Board on Improving Ninth Grade Female Students’ English Writing Skills In Southern Al-Mazar Directorate Education

https://doi.org/10.36892/ijlls.v3i1.549

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Smart Board model, English Writing Skills

Abstract

This research aimed at investigating the Effect of Using Smart Boards on Improving Ninth Grade Female Students English Writing Skills in Southern Al-Mazar Directorate of Education during the first semester 2017-2018.The researcher designed a written pre-test and a post-test to test the students’ skills in writing. The sample of the study comprised (67) female students who were selected purposefully. The 1st group of (31) students was taught by using the Smart Boards from Mu’tah basic school for girls. The 2nd section of (36) students was taught by using the conventional method from Al-Mazar basic school. The two groups were similar in their age, their previous learning, their achievement in general and achievement in English language. To answer the questions of the research, a pre and post-test were designed to examine students` skills in writing where the validity and reliability of the study instrument (pre-post test) were verified.The findings of the study indicated that there were statistically significant differences at (??0.05) after applying Smart board learning method and conventional learning method in favor of Smartboard. Based on the results of the research , several recommendations were suggested. First, there is a need to apply Smartboard learning method in the educational process in the Jordanian schools. Secondly, there is a need to train teachers in how to use Smart boards and facilitate their application in the educational process.

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Published

2021-03-30

How to Cite

Tarawneh, R. (2021). The Effect of Using Smart Board on Improving Ninth Grade Female Students’ English Writing Skills In Southern Al-Mazar Directorate Education . International Journal of Language and Literary Studies, 3(1), 193-207. https://doi.org/10.36892/ijlls.v3i1.549