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Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children

Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed.

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The research aims to develop the oral language performance skills of kindergarten children through Pop Up Book designed for this purpose. The sample consisted of (30) children aged (5: 6) years. The experimental method was recognized, The tools included oral linguistic performance skills, presented through the pop-up book designed in Arabic, and oral linguistic performance skills test. The results were statistically significant at the level (0.01) on the sub-dimensions of the oral linguistic performance test in favor of the dimensional measurement, in addition to the design of a pop-up book for Arabic letters (search for the letter) directed to kindergarten children to learn Arabic language skills. It is considered a new educational tool that supports learning language skills, and dealing with printed material to understand and interpret the written text. The research made several recommendations, including the inclusion of pop-up books in teaching language skills in early childhood.

Key words: pop-up books, mobile books, language skills.


 
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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. EEO. 2022; 21(1): 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30


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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. https://ilkogretim-online.org/?mno=19239 [Access: April 17, 2022]. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30


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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. EEO. 2022; 21(1): 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. EEO. (2022), [cited April 17, 2022]; 21(1): 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



Harvard Style

Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed (2022) Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. EEO, 21 (1), 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. 2022. Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. Elementary Education Online, 21 (1), 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



Chicago Style

Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. "Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children." Elementary Education Online 21 (2022), 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed. "Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children." Elementary Education Online 21.1 (2022), 447-467. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30



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Dr. Dalia Abdelwahed Mohamed Mohamed (2022) Using Pop-Up Books To Develop Oral Language Performance Skills Kindergarten Children. Elementary Education Online, 21 (1), 447-467. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2022.01.30








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