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The aim of this study is to examine the effect of ‘Pressure’, which is taught by supporting scientific stories, on the academic achievement, attitude and motivation of 8th grade students. In this study, which aims to investigate the effects of scientific stories on student achievement, motivation and attitudes in science education, a quasi-experimental model method with pretest-posttest control group was used. The research was carried out with a total of 40, 8th grade students in a city in the east of Turkey, where only female students study. The data obtained in the study were analyzed with the help of SPSS package program. In the study, the effect of science teaching with stories on students' academic achievement, attitudes and motivations was examined. In this study, science teaching with stories was conducted in the experimental group and lessons were conducted with the traditional method in the control group. As a result of the research, it can be said that science teaching activities with stories have a positive effect on students' academic success and attitudes towards science in terms of 'pressure'. In the study, it was concluded that scientific stories were not effective in students' motivation towards science.
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