This study aimed to investigate the impact of teaching linguistic exercises course based on simulation strategy model in achieving linguistic rules necessary enough for students at Faculty of Education, Sana'a University, Republic of Yemen.To achieve the goals of the study, level 3 students were chosen purposefully, during the second semester of the year 2014- 2015, to be the sample of the study. They were 167 students, who represented about 26% of students in the department (567 students). The sample was divided into two groups randomly. The first one is experimental, which has been taught by the simulation model method, and the second one was taught by the normal method.The researcher developed a textbook for linguistic rules exercises based on Simulation Strategy Model to be used in teaching the experimental group, while the control group used the ordinary textbook. In addition, two equivalent tests were developed to measure students to measure students linguistic rules achievement. After being assured that the tests have the acceptable levels of validity and reliability, the first one was used as a pretest for the two groups in the beginning of the semester. The second used as posttest for the two groups at the end of the semester done before the research experiment was conducted, and the other was after. Data of the two tests was analyzed statistically using the SPSS program.The results showed that there are statistically significant differences, at the level of (0.05), between the mean of the experimental group simulation strategy model and the mean of control group, which was taught by the ordinary way of teaching. The differences were in the means of the whole test and in each field in it. The differences were in favor of the experimental group.
Assab', Suad Salem
"The Impact of Teaching Linguistic Exercises Based on Simulation Strategy Model in Students’ Achieving Linguistic Rules at Faculty of Education-Sana'a University.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 6:
19, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol6/iss19/7