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EXAMINATION OF STRATEGIES USED BY GOVERNMENT TEACHERS IN CATERING FOR STUDENTS’INEQUALITY IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF GOVERNMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ILORIN SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNME

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This study examined the strategies used by government teachers in catering for students’ inequality in the teaching and learning of government in Senior Secondary Schools in Ilorin South Local Government Area. The descriptive survey research design was used in this study. In all, 90government students and 3government teachers from three schools formed the sample size for the study. The instruments used to collect data were questionnaire and interview guide. The study found that teachers used discussion, question and answer, brainstorming, discovery, field trip and lecture methods as methods of teaching in catering for students’ inequality. In addition, the study discovered that teachers used intrinsic motivation as well as awards like certificate which is extrinsic as a motivational technique in catering for students’ inequality. Again, the study discovered that teachers used all the various assessment techniques thus traditional, authentic, performance and alternative assessment as a strategy in catering for students’ inequality. Also, with regard to the resources used in catering to students’ inequality, it was discovered that the government textbooks and syllabus dominate the government classrooms with a slight use of visual materials in catering inequality.

It is recommended that government teachers should not solely depend on the government textbooks and syllabus. Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) should organize Seminars and workshop for teachers where they will be taught the kind of resource to use for a precise topic in the government syllabus in order to

cater to students’ inequality.


TABLE OF CONTENT Pages 

CERTIFICATION 1

DEDICATION 2

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS 4

LIST OF TABLES 5

LIST OF APPENDIXES  5

ABSTRACT


CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

 Background to the Study 5

Statement of the Problem  6

Purposes of the Study  7

Research Questions 8Scope and Delimitation of the Study  9

Operational Definition of Terms 10Significance of the Study 11


CHAPTER TWO: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

 Conceptual Review of Literature Meaning and Types of Inequality 13

Teaching Methods used in Catering for Students’inequality 14iv

Motivation Techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 15

Assessment techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 16

Teaching and learning resources used in Catering for Students’inequality 17

Empirical Review of Literature Teaching Methods used in Catering for Students’inequality 

Motivation Techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 19

Assessment Techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 20

Teaching and learning resources used in Catering for Students’inequality 21

Summary of Literature Review

 

22CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 

Research Design  23

Population 24

Sample and Sampling Technique  25

Instrumentation 26Procedure for Data Collection 26

Data AnalysisTechniques 27


CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS

Introduction 28

Background Data of Respondents 29

Teaching Methods used in Catering for Students’inequality 30 

Motivation Techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 31

Assessment Techniques used in Catering for Students’inequality 32

Teaching and learning resources used in Catering for Students’inequality 33


CHAPTER FIVE: DISCUSSIONS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Summary 34

Conclusions 35

Recommendations 35

Suggestions for Further Research 36

REFERENCES 37


LIST OF TABLES

Table Page1. Gender of Students 39

2. AgeofRespondents 39

3. Students’ Responses on the Methods used inteachingdiverse 41Students in Government classrooms.4. Students’ Responses on the Motivational Techniquesusedby 46Government Teachers in catering for students’inequality.5. Students’ Responses on Assessment Strategies usedbyGovernment 50Teachers in catering for students’inequality6. Students’ Responses on Teachers’ use of TeachingandLearning 54Resources in catering for students’inequality.vii



EXAMINATION OF STRATEGIES USED BY GOVERNMENT TEACHERS IN CATERING FOR STUDENTS’INEQUALITY IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF GOVERNMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ILORIN SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNME

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 83 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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