The Relationship Between Parents' Attitudes Towards Reading with Their Children and Primary School Students' Attitudes Towards the Life Science Course and Reading
Parents' Attitudes Towards Reading with Their Children and Students' Attitudes Towards the Life Science Course and Reading
This study was conducted to determine the relationship between parents' attitudes towards reading with their children and primary school students' attitudes towards the life science course and reading. Relational survey was used as the research design in the study. A total of 416 students studying in the 2nd and 3rd grades of primary school in Yozgat province and their parents were included in the study through simple random sampling. Data were collected from parents with the Parent and Child Reading Together Attitude Scale and from students with the Life Science Course Attitude Scale" and the Attitudes toward Reading Scale. The statistically significant differences in the demographic characteristics of parents' attitudes towards reading with their children and primary school students' attitudes towards the Life Science course and reading were analyzed with the help of the Mann Whitney U and Kruskal Wallis tests. In addition, the relationship between parents' attitudes towards reading with their children and primary school students' attitudes towards the Life Science course and reading was determined by correlation analysis. The results indicate that parents' attitudes towards reading with their children and students' Life Science course attitudes and reading attitudes are highly positive
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