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Journal:   PAZHOUHESH-NAMEYE TARBIATI   FALL 2008 , Volume 4 , Number 16; Page(s) 107 To 128.
 
Paper: 

A COMPARISON OF IMPACT OF ORGANIZED PATTERN AND SPEECHING WAY IN INCREASING OF REMINDER AND TRANSITION WIDTH AND ITS RELATION SHIP WITH STUDENTS EDUCATIONAL FUNCTION LEVEL AT FOURTH ELEMANTRY GRADE IN MARVDASHT

 
 
Author(s):  SHAH NEMATI S.Z., FANI H.A.
 
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Abstract: 

The present study is a semi experimental one. It tries to to investigate the effect of advanced organizer patterns and lecturing on learning and transfer, and their relationship to students’ performance. The participants were fourth grade girl students in Marvdasht, Fars province. The study aims to provide a method to use advance organizers in teaching, to clarify their importance, and to crente positive attitudes among teacher towards them. The instruments used are teacher made test and a questionnaire. The statistical population was all the girl students at fourth _ grade primary schools in Marvdasht, studying in 85- 86 (2005-2006), academic year. The sample includes 80 girl students, selected using cluster grouping and put in to control and experimental groups. Both groups participated in a pre_test. No significant difference was observed.
The experimental group was exposed to advance organizers and educational message, while the control group received the message just through lecturing. Then, both groups participated in the post_test. Within 24 days a follow up test and a delayed test were administered. Data were analyzed wing comparison of means. Independent group t_test was applied. The finding showed a significant difference between the control and the experimental groups in three tests (post_test_ follow-up test, and th delayed test). The extent of remembrance, transfer and performance was higher in the experimental group. Based on the results, using lecturing in the extent of learning, transfer, and students’ performance.

 
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