A PRE EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH DESIGN TO EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING EFFECT OF MASS MEDIA AMONG 6 TO 10 YEAR AGE CHILDREN AT SELECTED AREA OF BHOPAL, M.P.

Mr. Rinu J. George

Abstract


In this pre experimental design, 50 samples consist between 6 to 10 year age children, selected by Non probability convenient sampling technique. Self structure questionnaire tools was used for assessing the knowledge of 6 to 10 year age children Pre test was conducted by using the same structured questionnaire and after 30 days post test was conducted using the same structured questionnaire for assessing the effectiveness of teaching programme Mean percentage of the knowledge score of  post test 28.63 was higher than  pre test 20.55. The ‘t’ value for total pre test and post test was 21.89.The data was analyzed in terms of descriptive and inferential statistics.


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