Assessment of a Self Corrective Learning Material (SCLM) to Improve Delivery of Grammar Lessons for Grade 4 Pupils
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Keywords

Self-Corrective Learning Material (SCLM)
grammar instruction
esource-constrained education
elementary pedagogy
interactive learning
critical thinking skills,
educational innovation
quasi-experimental design

How to Cite

Francisco , N. C. (2023). Assessment of a Self Corrective Learning Material (SCLM) to Improve Delivery of Grammar Lessons for Grade 4 Pupils. AIDE Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 7(1), 29–45. https://doi.org/10.56648/aide-irj.v7i1.100

Abstract

This study investigates the impact of Self-Corrective Learning Materials (SCLM) on improving grammar instruction for fourth graders in remote, resource-constrained elementary schools. The scarcity of educational tools in such settings often hinders learning, but SCLMs offer a customizable and interactive solution that substantially enhances students' understanding of grammar, especially in the areas of common and proper nouns. By employing a quasi-experimental design that included pre-test and post-test assessments, the research demonstrates a significant uptick in student achievement and classroom engagement attributable to using SCLMs. Educators have lauded the materials for their practicality and adaptability, suggesting potential applications that extend beyond the realm of grammar instruction. The findings are unequivocal in their endorsement of SCLMs as more than supplemental teaching aids; they are crucial to creating an educational environment that promotes active learning and the development of critical thinking skills. The recommendations from the study advocate for the formal authentication and proprietary protection of SCLMs, their incorporation into standard teaching methodologies, and the imperative for specialized teacher training programs focused on developing such innovative educational resources. This research posits that adopting SCLMs across various subjects could revolutionize teaching practices and substantially enrich the academic experience.
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