The Degree of How Arabic Language Teachers Consider the Skills of Literature Circles in Teaching Arabic Literature to Secondary Students
Keywords:: Arabic teachers, literature circles, Arabic literature, Secondary Students.
The current study investigates the degree how Arabic language teachers bear in mind the skills of literature circles in teaching Arabic literature for the secondary students from their point of view. to achieve the aim of the study, the descriptive approach was used. The study sample consisted of Arabic language teachers who were studying in the schools of the Aqaba Education Directorate who were (50) male and female, divided into (25) male and (25) female, they were chosen randomly by 90% of the study population. Questionnaire was used to a consisting 30 of paragraph skills of literature circles. For answering research questions, the means, standard deviation and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) has been adopted. study results concluded that the skills of literature circles that were taken into account in the course of teaching Arabic literature registered high degree. Moreover, the results of this study indicated that there are statistically significant differences due to gender attributed to female, the effect of years of experience ranging from (6) to (10) years, and in terms of years of experience, there are no significant differences due to years of experience. The study recommended a number of recommendations based on the results of the analysis of the research.
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