Abstract—PowerPoint presentation based on the content of
language evaluation was developed by the author which
comprised of two parts. Part one presented the knowledge of
facts, rules and principles and part two dealt with the skills
students should master to write model evaluation tests. The
basic principles of systematic instructional design were used
along with Gagnes’ theory of events of instruction. The aims of
this paper is to measure the effect of this systematic multimedia
instruction was measured using an achievement test which is
divided into two parts. Part one includes 12 multiples choice
questions based on the knowledge and the second part includes
16 multiple choice questions based on the skills. The sample of
the study consists of 71 students divided into two groups.
ANCOVA test was administered to investigate the effect of the
program on students’ achievement. The results revealed that the
systematic multimedia instruction differs significantly between
the two groups in knowledge and skills for the sake of the
experimental group. The researcher recommended systematic
multimedia in other requirements in the English department. it
is also recommended using educational technology tools to better
enhance students’ achievement in this course and other sources.
Index Terms—Systematic, multimedia instruction, knowledge and skills, events of instruction, educational technology, language evaluation, achievement.
Zakaria Salameh is with Faculty of Arts, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Zakaria Salameh, "The Impact of Systematic Multimedia Instruction on Enhancing Students‟ Achievement in the Course of Language Evaluation," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 269-274, 2017.