THE EFFECT OF TEACHING AIDS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN BASIC SCIENCE.

THE EFFECT OF TEACHING AIDS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN BASIC SCIENCE.

ABSTRACT

          This study investigates the effects of teaching aids on the academic performance of primary school pupils in basic science, in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti state. The study was divided into five chapters, chapter one deals with introduction of the study, background of the study, purpose of the study, statement of the problem, research questions, limitation of the study, scope of the study, significance of the study and definition of the terms, chapter two deals with literature review, chapter three deals with research methodology, sampling size and population, instrument and data collection, questionnaire, procedure for data collection and procedure for data analysis, chapter four deals with analysis of data result and discussion, chapter five deals with conclusion and recommendation.

The study was carried out through the use of questionnaire which was administer to primary school pupils in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti state.

The study is also determines the following;

  1. The effectiveness of teaching Aids in primary schools in Ikere Local Government
  2. The involvement of the pupils in the teaching and learning process
  3. The quality and quality of the instructional materials used and to what extent the instructional materials are put to use

 

<h2>TABLE OF CONTENTS</h2>

Title page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of content

Abstract

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction

Background of the study

Purpose of the study

Statement of the problem

Research questions

Limitation of the study

Scope of the study

Significance of the study

Definition of the terms

CHAPTER TWO

Literature review

Introduction of learning

Theories of materials

The classroom

The resource centre

The library

Textbooks

Visual/Audio visual Aids

Summary

CHAPTER THREE

Introduction

Research methodology

Sampling size and population

Instrument and data collection

Procedure for data collection

Procedure for data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR

Analysis of data result and discussion

Research questions

Discussion of findings

CHAPTER FIVE

Summary, conclusion and recommendation

Summary

Conclusion

Recommendation

REFERENCES

APPENDIX

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Basic science is a subject dealing with fundamental constituent of the universe, the force they exact on one another and the result produced by these forces. Aiyelabagan (2003), writes that basic science is derived from Greek term meaning nature. Therefore Basic science should be a science dedicated to the study of matter in relation to energy. Abdullahi (1982), defines basic science as the study of the relationship between matter and energy.

The wrong notion of some people about the abstractness of basic science should be corrected. Basic sciences is not abstract if taught with the right materials and method. Our environment is rich with materials to be used if properly harmness. It is great important to note that apart from physical and mental readiness and interest of the pupils on different subjects, the academic standard of any school is likely to be contingent upon instructional materials.

One major purpose of improvisation is to allow pupils to take part in the process. According to Adediran (2006), when learners participate in improvisation of instructional materials they are exposed to creativity, innovation and curiosity all of which are fundamental to teaching and learning of science. Today, there has been much concern about the apparent falling standard of education mostly at the primary school level. There is also mutual laying of blame the parent, blaming pupils for not being interested for taking their studies serious. Parents are also blamed for their inability to provide the pupils with the necessary tools to aids learning, and the government for not providing schools with instructional materials that will eventually foster efficiency in teaching and learning situation.

Many science teachers do not see improvisation as anything to talk about or labour for. This is simply because equipment are readily available in the market for teaching and learning. Improvisation is very important to teaching and learning of science. Roding top fatubarin (2001), improvisation in science teaching is described as an important issue in science education which has attracted a lot of contribution from science teachers. Science has been regarded as the bedrock of modern day technological breakthrough is built. Nowadays, countries all over the world, especially the developing ones like Nigeria, are striving hard to develop technologically and scientifically, science the world is turning scientific and proper functioning of lives depend greatly on science.

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