The Effect of Using the Loop Succession Strategy on Acquiring Mathematical Concepts among
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The present study aimed to know the effect of using the loop succession strategy on acquiring mathematical concepts among fifth grade pupils. The study sample consisted of (63) pupils from the fifth grade of primary school, and distributed randomly into two groups, one experimental with (31) pupils, and the other controlling the number of (32) pupils, and the experimental design with two equal groups and the post test was used. Where a test was prepared to acquire mathematical concepts according to three levels, namely (concept definition, concept distinction, and concept application) consisting of (24) objective paragraphs of the type (multiple choice) with four alternatives.
The research includes (8) main mathematical concepts and the consistency is calculated via using the Keoder-Richardson equation 20 (K - R20) and the results were treated through using the t-test equation for two independent samples, and they showed a statistically significant difference at the level of significance (0.05) between the mean scores of the two groups (experimental and control) in an acquisition test for mathematical concepts.