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  • The Impact of Using Numbered Heads Together

    Strategy on Developing Communication Skills

    and Achievement Motive in Mathematics

    among Female Seventh Graders in Gaza

    2016 - 1437

    The Islamic UniversityGaza

    Research and Postgraduate Affairs

    Faculty of Education

    Master of Curriculum and Teaching

    Methods

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  • Abstract

    Study Aim:

    Knowledge of the Impact of Using Numbered Heads Together Strategy on

    Developing Communication Skills and Achievement Motive in Mathematics among

    Female Seventh

    Graders in Gaza.

    Study tools:

    Testing the mathematical communication skills and observation card the

    mathematical communication skills and measurement of achievement motivation.

    The study sample:

    The study was applied to a sample numbered (84) student dispensers two

    semesters of Ai-Rafedeen "A" Essential School of the Directorate of the west of Gaza.

    Research Methodology:

    Researcher relied on the experimental method in the study.

    The most important Conclusions:

    1. There are statistically significant differences at ( = 0.01) between the mean

    level students the experimental group and the mean of their peers in the control

    group to test the mathematical communication skills for the benefit of students

    in the experimental group.

    2. There are statistically significant differences at ( = 0.01) between the mean

    level students the experimental group and the mean of their peers in the control

    group in the observation card mathematical communication skills for the

    benefit of students in the experimental group.

    3. There are statistically significant differences at ( = 0.01) between the mean

    level students the experimental group and the mean of their peers in the control

    group in achievement motivation in mathematics scale for the benefit of

    students in the experimental group.

    The most important Recommendations:

    The need to use the parameters of numbered heads together strategy while

    teaching to achieve interaction and activity in the classroom environment and give

    students a chance to express their opinions and mathematical ideas for the development

    of mathematical communication all his skills and motivation for mathematical

    achievement.

    Key words:

    Numbered heads together strategy, Mathematical communication skills,

    Achievement motivation, Mathematics.

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    CONSTRUCTIVISM THEORY ...................................... 11 : 11 ....................................................................

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