Document Type

Original Study


The current research aims to identify (the effect of the S.N.I.P.S strategy on the achievement of fourth-grade literary students in history and the development of their probing thinking). To ensure that the research objective is achieved, the researcher formulated the following null hypotheses:

The researcher followed the experimental design with two equal groups, experimental and control, with a pre and posttest. The researckh community consisted of fourth grade students from secondary schools for boys for morning study and affiliated with the General Directorate of Education in Salah al-Din Governorate - Tikrit Education Department - for the academic year (2021-2022) The researcher chose Al-Maqasid High School For boys intentionally, the research sample amounted to (64) students, and Division (A) represented the experimental group and the number of its students was (31) students, and Division (B) represented the control group and the number of its students was (33) students who were chosen by random method.

The researcher was rewarded between the two research groups in the variables (chronological age calculated in months, previous year's scores and intelligence test scores). The two research tools were represented by an achievement test consisting of (30) items, and a probing thinking test consisting of (20) questions.

The results of the research resulted in the superiority of the experimental group in the achievement test, and in light of the results of the research, the researcher concluded that the S.N.I.P.S strategy has a key role in linking the student’s previous and new ideas, and the researcher suggested suggestions, including conducting a strategic study of S.N.I.P.S in other variables and stages of study.