Comparative Studies | Education Management | Saudi Arabia | Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015
A Comparison on the Effects of Teaching Literature Between Literary and Non-literary Secondary School Students
Abstract: The study attempts to investigate the effect of literature on the performance of Sudanese Secondary Schools Students. The study aims precisely to (1) to measure the performance of the students of thinking, (2) to measure the students vocabulary, (3) to measure the way in which the students write. Further, the study attempts to rectify the assumptions that literature does not contribute to language learning and that, (there is no relation comparison between the students who study literature with those who dont). To achieve the aims of this study, the researcher conducted an experiment on two groups of Sudanese secondary schools students. The students in one group were exposed to literature and the students in the second group were not. The students in the two groups were given a twenty minutes written test. The test was designed to measure the effects of being exposed to literature on the performance of the students. The study concludes that the learning of literature influences on the students positively to a large extent. The students who study literature are better in all language skills and they think creatively compared with those who dont.
Keywords: assumption, comparison, experiment, written test, literature influences
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015,
Pages: 2314 - 2316
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Salah Edin Hassan Elobeid Mohamed, "A Comparison on the Effects of Teaching Literature Between Literary and Non-literary Secondary School Students", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015, pp. 2314-2316, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=NOV151697
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