The Effects of Classroom Interaction on Students’ Academic Achievement at Secondary School Level

Authors

  • Liaqat Hussain Gomal University, Pakistan
  • Asif Jamil Gomal University, Pakistan
  • Iqbal Ameen Gomal University, Pakistan
  • Khuda Bakhsh Gomal University, Pakistan

Abstract

This research study focused on investigating “The effects of classroom interaction on students’ academic achievement at
secondary school level”. The main objective of the study was to see the students’ academic achievement with and without classroom
interaction. The study was significant because it tells about the effects of classroom interaction at the secondary school level. The population
of the study was all the secondary level school students. 60 students studying in Class 9th of University WENSAM School and College
were taken as the sample of the study. The study was experimental, and pre-test, post-test were used for the collection of data. The
experimental group was taught by the classroom interaction and the control group without classroom interaction method. Mean Standard
deviation, variance and the difference between means t-statistics were used for the analysis of data. The result showed that experimental
group performed significantly better than the control group on the post-test. It is recommended that teachers should adopt interactive
learning style in their classrooms because it actively engages students in the learning process. Teachers may be provided support so that they
may implement various interactive activities in the classrooms.

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Published

2011-09-01

How to Cite

Hussain, L. ., Jamil, A. ., Ameen, I. ., & Bakhsh, K. . (2011). The Effects of Classroom Interaction on Students’ Academic Achievement at Secondary School Level. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3), 492. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/10868