AN EVALUATION OF POOR PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN EXTERNAL EXAMINATION. CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS

AN EVALUATION OF POOR PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN EXTERNAL EXAMINATION. CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out with the aim of investigating the causes of poor performance in English language among the Secondary School Students in Akoko South East Local Government of Ondo State.         Questionnaire was used to collect information from both the teachers and the students in the selected Schools in Akoko South East Local Government Area. Five Schools were selected with two teachers and ten Students from each School. Information collected include: Inadequacy of textbooks, Government attitude towards teaching and learning of English, Inadequate time for teaching English, career influence on the part of Students, inadequate qualified teachers, The results were analyzed using simple statistical tools. Some recommendations were preferred and suggestions made in this work.

Table of contents

Page

Title Page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of content

Abstract

CHAPTER

I                                 INTRODUCTION

Background to the study

Statement of the problem

Purpose of the study

Significant of the study

Delimitation of the study

Research Question

II                         Review of Literature

Laziness and Indiscipline among Students

High cost of instructional materials

Grammar

Overpopulated classes

Government and parent attitude

Lack of guidance and counseling     unit in Schools

Peer group and Students attitude

The time-table and the Syllabus

III                         Methodology

Design of the Study

Area of the study

Population of the study

Sample of the Study

Instruments for Data Collection

Validation of the instruments

Reliability of the Instruments

Administration of the Instruments

Data analysis Techniques

 

IV               Presentation and Analysis of Data

Table I: Students response to Yes/No Questions

Table II: Results of the analysis of teachers’              response questionnaire

 

 

V                   Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation

Summary

Conclusion

Recommendation

Suggestion for further research

 

REFERNCES

APPENDICES

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out with the aim of investigating the causes of poor performance in English language among the Secondary School Students in Akoko South East Local Government of Ondo State.         Questionnaire was used to collect information from both the teachers and the students in the selected Schools in Akoko South East Local Government Area. Five Schools were selected with two teachers and ten Students from each School. Information collected include: Inadequacy of textbooks, Government attitude towards teaching and learning of English, Inadequate time for teaching English, career influence on the part of Students, inadequate qualified teachers, The results were analyzed using simple statistical tools. Some recommendations were preferred and suggestions made in this work.

 

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