The effectiveness of the listening triangle strategy in the imaginative thinking of second-grade intermediate students

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Ma'rib Mohammed Ahmed, Shefaa Mahdi Saleh, Saif Adnan Muhammad


The current research aims to identify the effectiveness of teaching using the listening triangle strategy in imaginative thinking among second-grade students in science subject.

In order to verify the objective of the research, the following null hypothesis was formulated:

*There is no statistically significant difference at the significance level (0.05) between the average scores of the experimental group students who studied using the listening triangle strategy and the average scores of the control group students who studied in the usual way in imaginative thinking.

The current research was limited to students of the second intermediate grade in (Al-Furatin Intermediate School for Boys) school.

One of the governmental day schools affiliated to the General Directorate of Al-Qadisiyah Education for the academic year (2021-2022(.

The researcher used the partially controlled experimental design for two equal groups, which includes two groups:

One is experimental and the other is control, and according to this design, the researcher chose the Elphraten medium for boys intentionally, where the group (A) was chosen to represent the experimental group and included (25) students who studied according to the listening triangle strategy, and group (B) to represent the control group, which included (25) students Study the usual way.

The two groups were rewarded in the variables of chronological age, intelligence, and previous achievement.

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