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Title: Effects of systematic training on self-questioning techniques on secondary students' science achievement
Authors: Gwan, Wai Lan.
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Education::Teachers and teaching
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Studies have shown that leaming strategy is one of the important factors that can affect leaming. In the area of leaming from text matenals, self-questioning strategy has been shown to be effective in enhancing students' comprehension of prose and performance of students in post-training assessments. In view of the positive effects reported (Davey and MacBride, 1986; King, 1989 and Laidlaw et al., 1993), this exploratory study was set out to investigate the effects of training in self-questioning on students' (i) science performance, (ii) ability to generate questions, (iii) study habits and (iv) confidence in asking questions of themselves and in class.
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