Impact of 5E Instructional Model on Student's Moral Knowledge


  • Zahra Masood Bhutta National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus
  • Saeed Ahmad Assistant Professor National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus
  • Malka Liaquat Assistant Professor Institute of Management Sciences, The Women University, Multan


Cooperative learning strategy, entity attitude, traditional teaching method


The evaluation of the impact of various teaching strategies on students' perspectives is lacking in providing conclusive findings, a strand of prior literature has revealed. To positively affect students, especially those who already possess an entity attitude, instruction is to be tailored to the unique needs of each student. This research focuses on how students' entity attitudes change due to the traditional or cooperative learning approach. To meet the study’s objective to explore students' attitudes while teaching through a cooperative learning strategy among university students, this study used a quasi-experimental design in which participants were tested before and after an intervention. The control and experimental groups, consisting of a total class size of 40 students, were formed. The study employed Paired T-test to assess the success of the moral values intervention strategy. The study results indicated that student attitudes shift more for those taught using the cooperative instructional strategy than for those taught using the conventional approach. Based on the study findings, it is suggested that the 5Es strategy should be covered in some seminars and workshops to boost student performance. Furthermore, our study suggests that to improve students' moral values and aid them in achieving their goals, teacher education programmes in colleges and universities must incorporate the 5Es instructional strategy into their curricula.