Performance Level of Second Grade Female Teachers in Teaching Arabic in the Classroom from the Point of View of Principals of the First Basic Cycle Schools in Jordan

 

Performance Level of Second Grade Female Teachers in Teaching Arabic in the Classroom from the Point of View of Principals of the First Basic Cycle Schools in Jordan

Abdulsalam Youssef Faleh Al-Jaafreh
Faculty of Education
Zarqa University
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Received : 11/11/2021                                  Accepted :06/01/2022
Abstract:

The study aims to identify the degree of performance of the second grade female teachers in teaching Arabic language in the classroom from the point of view of school principals in Jordan. The sample consists of (100) school principals.  In order to achieve the goals of the study a questionnaire consisting of (49) items was designed. The items were distributed among four main skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The results of study show that the overall performance level of female teachers was moderate in teaching Arabic language, except for the listening skill which was weak. The reading skill ranked first, the writing skill came second, the speaking skill came third, and listening skill came last. The results of the study show that there was no significant statistical difference in the degree of these skills due to the region and experience variables. The study presented a number of recommendations, most notably the emphasis on teaching listening and speaking skills.

Keywords: Level of Performance, Principals of the First Basic Stage Schools, the Region.

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