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Title: Using Smart Board in The Primary Classroom: AnApplied Study
Authors: Atia, Alaa Jameel
Keywords: Language and Languages
Smart Board
Primary Classroom
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2024
Publisher: Hebron University
Abstract: This study investigates the impact of using the Smart Boardon students’ performance in learning English. It shows the importance of using the Smart Board for English teachers to organize and effectively present the material to achieve the best results. This paper discusses ways in which Smart Boards can be implemented into the curriculum to enhance students’ engagement and focusing on student interaction and participation. Four research questions guided the study. This study adopted a quasi-experiment and was conducted at Fatima Edkadek Secondary School. The population of the study was 43 students from sixth Grades A and B. An online questionnaire was designed for teachers to know how much technology can serve educational purposes. A pre-test and post-test were conducted for both groups. The result will be compared to those using the traditional method (chalkboard). An interview was made with the parents of the students under the experiment to know the effect of the Smart Board outside the class. Based on the findings, recommendationsare made to relevant authorities regarding the effective utilization of Smart Board for instructive distribution.
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