This study aimed at exploring the effect of field's type and the instructional model on learning concepts and critical thinking skills among tenth graders. The sample of the study consisted of (70) 10th graders. Results of the study showed that there are statistically significant difference did exist in concept learning attributed to the model, favouring Hilda-Taba model, in addition to statistically significant differences in concept learning attributed to field's type , favouring the independents. There were also statistically significant differences in concept learning attributed to the interaction between field's type and the instructional model favouring Independence at two models. The results also showed that there were statistically significant differences in critical thinking attributed to the method favouring Helda- Taba model, while there were no such difference in critical thinking attributed to kind of field or the interaction between two variables. Key words: Field's type (Independence-Dependence), Hilda Taba model, Merrill- Tennyson model, Learning conceptes , Critical Thinking.
Critical Thinking Skills
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