The Development of Mathematics Problem Solving Using 4Ex2 Instructional Model with Games Technique for Sixth Grade Students

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ธาริณี ชื่นบาน (Tharinee Chuenban)
สรัญญา จันทร์ชูสกุล (Saranya Chanchusakun)

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The objectives of this research were 1) to compare grade 6 students’ mathematical problems solving ability before and after taking the integrated method of 4Ex2 learning management and game technique, 2) to study the strategies for solving mathematical problems of grade 6 students, and 3) to study grade 6 students satisfaction with the integrated method of 4Ex2 learning management and game technique. The sample of this study was 28 grade 6 students who have been studying at Ban Pong Krathing Bon School in Ban Kha District, Ratchaburi Province in semester 1, academic year 2018. A simple random sampling was used to select the sample. The results indicated that 1) after taking the integrated method of 4Ex2 learning management and game technique, grade 6 students’ mathematical problems solving was higher than before with a statistical significance level of .05, 2) the most commonly used mathematical problem solving strategies were equation writing, work reversing, diagram writing and answer guessing and answer checking, respectively, and 3) grade 6 students’ satisfaction with the integrated method of 4Ex2 learning management and game technique was at a high level.

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