Effective variables that predict 5th grade Turkish students’ success in listening comprehension of Turkish language
Turkish students’ success in listening comprehension of Turkish language
AbstractThe aim of this study is to present the significance levels in logistic regression model, which is useful in classifying listening comprehension success (successful/unsuccessful) of the 5th grade primary level students taking compulsory Turkish lesson. The study is conducted with 286 students studying at the 5th grade at 6 in different private primary schools. As data collection tools, Reading and Listening Comprehension Test and Student Information Questionnaire were used in the study. The study is based on relational screening model, which takes place among research screening models. Logistic regression analysis was used to analyze the data. As a result of the analysis, at the probability of predicting whether students are successful in listening comprehension or not; it was observed that variables such as gender, success in reading, time-frequency allocated to in-class and out-of-class activities, note-taking while listening, listening homework, and how many books each student has are significantly effective.
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