The effect of employing the SQ6R strategy on developing literary appreciation and creative thinking among middle school students

  • Dr.Hassan Khilbas University of Baghdad - College of Education Ibn Rushd for Human Sciences
Keywords: SQ6R strategy, development, literary appreciation, creative thinking

Abstract

       The current research aims to know the effect of employing the SQ6R strategy on developing literary appreciation and creative thinking among middle school students. The research sample consisted of (62) students distributed equally among the two groups (experimental and control). The Creative Thinking Test), and after making sure of their validity and consistency, they were applied to the research sample and after treating the results statistically, they showed: the superiority of the experimental group in the two tests over the control group.

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Published
2021-03-15
How to Cite
Khilbas, D. (2021). The effect of employing the SQ6R strategy on developing literary appreciation and creative thinking among middle school students. Al-Adab Journal, 1(136), 293-314. https://doi.org/10.31973/aj.v1i136.1226
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Educational and psychological sciences