University of Khartoum

فاعلية برنامج تدريبي لتحسين مهارتي السمع والتخاطب لدى الأطفال ضعاف السمع بمعهد السلمابي بولاية الخرطوم

فاعلية برنامج تدريبي لتحسين مهارتي السمع والتخاطب لدى الأطفال ضعاف السمع بمعهد السلمابي بولاية الخرطوم

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Title: فاعلية برنامج تدريبي لتحسين مهارتي السمع والتخاطب لدى الأطفال ضعاف السمع بمعهد السلمابي بولاية الخرطوم
Author: سارة حبيب الله محمد حامد
Abstract: Research Title: Effectiveness of Educational Training Program in Improving Listening and Speaking Skills of Partially Deaf Childrern at Elsalamabi Institute, Khartoum state. Student Name: Sara Habiballa Mohammed Hamed. Degree: M .A. Psychology. This research aimed at investigating the general characteistic of an educational training program in improving listening and speaking skills on partially deaf children at Elsalamabi institute. The study also aimad at finding out whether there are stafistically differences among the sample on the scores of post tests of listening and speaking skills attributed to the gender (Males – Females). A sample of 30 pupils (20 males and 10 female pupils) was selected as as total sample of all pupils aged 4-10 years at the institute. The tool of data collection comprises; the bibliographical data sheet, listening and speaking scale prepared by the researcher and the educational training program prepared by Zahra Mansour (2012) which was adopted and standardised by the curreut reseaeh. Data analyzed by applying the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) using the following tests; T-test pearson and Spearman correlation coefficient. The most important result of study are: listening and speaking skills of partially deaf children are statistically improved after applying training – educational program. There is no statistically significant differens in improvement in listening and speaking skills according to children gender. There is a positive correlation coefficient between improvement in listening and the age of the cheldring, while there is no significant correlation between improvement speaking and the age of the child. There is a positive correlation between improvement in speaking and class level for cheldring, while there is no significant correlation between improvement in listening and class level for cheldring. The researcher postulated a set of recommendations, including: the need to train specialists in to use modern teaching aids in the field of communications, the importance of moral and material support for partially deaf children by teachers to increase their motivation to learn and improve pronunciation.
Description: 152 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/24395


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