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|Title||A Suggested Program for Tackling Letter Writing Deficiencies among 11th Graders in the Middle Governorate|
This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a suggested program for tackling letter writing deficiencies among the 11th graders in the Middle Governorate. The sample of the study consisted of (68) 11th graders, (34) each group. The experimental group contained (17) male students and (17) female students; and the same for the control group. The researcher used a pre-test and a post-test, the pre-test showed the equitation of the experimental group and the control group. Moreover, it located the deficiencies that the students counterpart. The suggested program was based on the "writing process approach" and was applied on the experimental groups in (12) lesson sessions along (6) weeks. The results of the post-test showed the statistically significant differences between the control group (male and female11th graders) and the experimental group (male and female 11th graders) in letter writing performance after applying the suggested program. The results of the post test showed that the experimental group achieved a better performance which was computed as statistically differences in T-test values between the experimental group and the control group. In the layout domain (3.866** significant at 0.01), the punctuation domain (3.754** significant at 0.01), the sentences domain (2.541* significant at 0.05), the language domain (3.103** significant at 0.01), and the total post-test scores (3.637** significant at 0.01). The statically differences in the results proved to be in favor of the experimental group. These results agree with many researchers whose studies were built on suggested programs based on the stages of the writing process like: Cumber Worth and Hunt (1998), Mark (1998), Mark (2001), Doyle (2001), Kowalewski (2002), Hopkins (2002), and Baroudy (2008). The researcher recommended that the suggested program should be used for tackling the letter writing deficiencies among the 11th graders due to the proved effectiveness of the application of the program of the participating students.
|Publisher||the islamic university|
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