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The purpose of this study is to reveal the views of the 6th grade Matter and Heat Unit on the technique of the students who work with the station technique. The research was obtained using a qualitative method. The study group of the study was in the second year of the 2016-2017 academic year. 25 students in the 6th grade who attended Atatürk Secondary School in the Çınar district of Diyarbakir during the period. The application was applied in a total of 16 lessons including the Matter and Heat Unit. The study group of 25 students who made up the study group worked with the station technique. The researcher, who is a science teacher, has conducted the implementation process. 5 stations including poetry, story, picture, song and slogan were created. Worksheets and workbooks were used in the stations. Semi-structured interview form consisting of 5 questions was applied to 25 students to get opinions of the students who participated in the study about the station technique. The answers given by the students to the questions on the form were categorized and the percentages and frequencies were found. According to the results obtained from the research, it was determined that the students enjoyed the station technique very much and that they wanted to use this technique in the other subjects of the Science course and in the other courses.
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