A SURVEY OF THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM VARIOUS HOME BACKGROUND
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of content
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
Background of the study
Statement of the problem
Significance of the study
Limitation of the study
The background of the traditional marriage ceremony
Yoruba family setup.
Yoruba dressing code
Biblical view about adultery and fornication Christian marriage
Historical analysis and influence of Yoruba tradition marriage Akoko south west.
Instrument for data collection.
Population and validation of instrument
Administration of instrument
Analysis of data
Contribution of traditional marriage in Akoko south west.
The obligation link in the rhythm of life.
The building of a family.
New relationship between family.
Regaining a lost immortality
Bringing people together
Remembrance of parents after death.
Relationship between parent and the children
Preservation of life through taboo
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This study compared the academic performance of secondary school students from various home backgrounds. The four different types of home under review are home with literate and illiterate parents, home with adequate learning facilities and home with adequate socio-economic home with rich parents and those with poor parents.
One hundred students from five secondary schools were randomly selected as sample for the study two research instrument, that is students home background survey (SHBS) and record of students academic performance inventory (RESERCH) were developed by the researcher and sued to gather data.
The academic performance of students were categorized into good and poor while home backgrounds of parents were categorized into four different types.
Four hypothesis were formulated and tested using chi-square (X2) statistics of 0.05 level of significance the results are that:
There is a significant difference in the academic performance of students from literate homes and those from illiterate homes.
There is a significant, difference in the academic performance of students whose parent have adequate learning facilities and those with inadequate learning facilities.
There is no significant difference in the academic performance between students whose parent have adequate socio-economic.
There is a significant difference in the academic performance of students from rich parents and those from poor parents.
The finding from the students showed that various homes backgrounds affect students academic performances at school.
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