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Evaluation Of Teaching Effectiveness Of The General Science Curriculum For The Third Preparatory Class Through Evaluation Of The Level Of Students' Achievement Of The General Science Curriculum Objectives (in Arabic)

Auther : Abdul-Rahman Al-Abbady, Aayesh Zaytoun

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the teaching of the general science curriculum for the third preparatory class though the evaluation of the level of students achievement of the general science curriculum objectives. To achieve this goal, the study sample was selected randomly, and it consisted of (341) subjects (176 males and 165 females). An achievement test of (50) items in the general science was designed. The test consisted of four subtest: scientific knowledge subtest, scientific skills subtest, scientific method subtest, and scientific attitudes and interests subtest, scientific skills subtest, scientific method subtest, and scientific attitudes and interests subtest, the validity and reliability of the test and subtests were established.
The results of the study indicated that there was a lack in the level of effectiveness of instruction of general science curriculum at the third preparatory class. This could be inferred from the following results obtained from the analysis of the data used in this study:
1. 43% of males, 45% of the females gave correct answers to 50% or more of the items of the scientific 
knowledge subtest.
2. 38% of the males. 42% of the females gave correct answers to 50% or more of the items of the scientific skills
subtest.
3. 7% of the males, 15% of the females gave correct answers to 50% or more of the items of the scientific method
subtest.
4. 65% of the males, 83% of the females gave correct answers to 50% or more of the items of the scientific
attitudes and interests subtest.
5. 34% of the males, 46% of the females gave correct answers to 50% or more of the items of the total test.
6. 60% of the ss made errors to more of 40% of the items of the total test.
7. The means of students performance on the total test, scientific knowledge subtest, scientific skills subtest,
scientific method subtest, and scientific attitudes and interests subtest, were equivalent to 37% of possible max. score, 54%, 47%, 36%, and 69% of possible max score, respectively.
8. Applying t-test has shown no differences with statistical significant (0.05) in the level of achievement of the 
general science curriculum objectives between male and female students.

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