THE EFFECT OF AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM BASED ON AN ELECTRONIC INTERACTIVE APPROACH IN IMPROVING ARABIC LANGUAGE CREATIVE READING SKILLS
The study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of an educational program based on the interactive electronic approach in enhancing creative reading skills among tenth-grade female students in Qatar. A quasi-experimental design was employed, and an educational program grounded in the interactive electronic approach was developed to teach reading skills. The list of creative reading skills included twelve indicators distributed across four domains: fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration. The study participants consisted of 50 tenth-grade female students from Qatar Foundation School, divided equally into two groups: experimental (taught with the educational program based on the interactive electronic approach) and control (taught with the conventional method). After implementing the educational program, conducting pre-post tests, and analyzing the data, the results indicated statistically significant differences in the average scores of the experimental and control groups in the creative reading skills test. These differences were attributed to the teaching strategy used, favoring the experimental group. Based on the study's findings, it is recommended that Arabic language teachers’ should consider incorporating the interactive electronic approach into the educational process and leverage its benefits to enhance creative reading skills.
Interactive Electronic Approach, Creative Reading Skills, Tenth Grade.