6. Sınıf Öğrencilerinin İngilizce Dersinde Dinlediğini-Okuduğunu Anlama ve Yazma Becerilerine Ulaşma Düzeyi
Akdağ, Ahmet Ata
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the attainment level of 6th grade students to the objectives in the national English curriculum in terms of listening-reading comprehension and writing skills. The research, in which the descriptive research method was used, was conducted with 621 6th grade students in public secondary schools in Ankara province. The schools were classified in accordance with the legislation of the MoNE as upper, middle and lower socio economic groups. In the research, achievement tests and interview form were used as data collection tools. The data obtained from the achievement tests were analyzed with SPSS statistics program. According to the results of the research, the students in the upper, middle and lower groups could not reach any of the skills at 0.75 level and the test scores of the students in the upper group were significantly higher than the test scores of the students in the middle and lower groups in all three skills. There was no significant difference between the test scores of the students in the middle and lower groups. It was also found that the students were more successful in listening comprehension and were less successful in writing. As a result of the comparison made according to the learning levels, it was found that the test scores of the students who learn at high level in different socio-economic groups differ significantly in listening and reading comprehension skills. Also it was found that the test scores of the students who learn at lower level in different socio-economic groups differ significantly in writing skill. The data obtained from interview form which was applied to 18 students were analyzed with MAXQDA software program. The analysis results of the interview form indicated that the students generally have positive opinions about the quality of English education in school and they have some expectations for the improvement of the teaching-learning process.