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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINATION IN INTEGRATED SCIENCE

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL EXAMINATION IN INTEGRATED SCIENCE

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1 Background to the study

The quality of education is directly related to the quality of instruction in the classrooms. It is a fact that the academic qualifications, knowledge of the subject matter, competence, and skills of teaching and the commitment of the teacher have effective impact on the teaching learning process (National Education Policy 1998-2010). Quality improvement in education depends upon proper training of teachers. The teachers cannot play any of the roles unless properly trained (Yadved and Singh, 1988).
Teaching is an art. It can be refined by training and practice. The availability of competent teachers is central in the reconstruction of the educational system. English has acquired the status of a global language (Crystal, 1997). Keeping in view the growing need and importance of Integrated sciencein every walk of life, English is made a compulsory subject in Nigerian from the very beginning of the academic career. This increasingly necessitates good quality initial preparation for non-native speaker teachers in the school system.
1.2 Statement of problem

  • To which extent has the number of students per class in Nigeria which is too unwieldy affect the effective teaching of integrated science
  • Could lack of improvised teaching and by teacher cause ineffective teaching which lead to the students poor performance in integrated science
  • Can bad attitude of teachers towards work affect the effective teaching of integrated science
  • Could lack of practical work causes ineffective teaching of integrated science

1.3 Research question

  • How does lack of laboratories and lack of instructional material affect the effective teaching of integrated science?
  • How does students attitude towards the subject (integrated science) affect their performance in the teaching of integrated science?
  • Does teacher’s qualification also affect students performance in effective teaching of integrated science/
  • How teacher dose’s teaching methods in integrated scienceaffects students performance ineffective teaching of integrated science?

 

 

1.4 Hypothesis

The ineffective teaching of integrated scienceschools is brought by several factors the researcher has it in mind that the factors listed below could be responsible for it

  • Lack of laborites and lack of instructional materials
  • Students attitude towards the subject (integrated science) affects their performance
  • Teacher’s qualification also affect the students performance in integrated science
  • Teacher’s teaching method in integrated science affect students performance
  • With answers to the above, the researcher has it in mind that there is going to be a total change in the teaching of integrated science

1.5 Purpose of study

The purpose of this study is to find out the problem militating against the teaching of integrated sciencethe schools

 

1.6 Significance of study

The teaching of integrated sciencehas not been as effective as it output to be is easily of students in schools it is therefore necessary to diagnose the various factors responsible for this unheeding state of affairs and proper means by which the anomalies could be arrested

The importance of integrated sciencein the life of man need to be over emphasized therefore if the subject is note effectively taught, the rudiment that are necessary for development of the basic concept of integrated sciencewould be lacking at the secondary schools level and this could permeate the other state of the nation’s educational level it is believed that the importance of englishlanguage is well under stood and all the factors responsible for it’s unhealthy development are quickly nipped on the bud it would be possible to build a integrated scienceculture oriented society which will augur well for the healthy development of the nation

1.7 Scope of the study

The study will be restricted to Kaduna statein a large number of secondary school is located there hence Kaduna statewill serve as the centre of the study this will enable one to know the factor militating against effective teaching of integrated science

1.8 Limitation of study

To carry out a project such as this there are bound to be procedural and methodological flew inherent in the item developed human biases are likely to aggravate the internal weakness that are likely to exist however, conscious effort will be made to evolve method that will control for such extraneous influences in order to ensure the validity and reliability of the study

It is also expected that distance, times, finance and lack of human co-operation can pose serious threats to the successful execution of this project to this end it is hoped that every effort will be made to minimize, if not totally eliminating such threats and steps taken be highlighted to serve as a guide to those who may wish to replicate the project

1.9 Definition of terms

In the course of study, it is important to know what the following terms stand for technology may be defined as the use of organized knowledge to solve practical problems

Integrated sciencelaboratory is a place equipped for experimental studies in integrated science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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