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AN ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAR SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUG

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Abstract


The essence of science education is to produce confident, self-employable, scientifically, and technically sound men and women. Unfortunately, the chemistry curriculum appears not to have achieved much of its objectives. These lapses might have been caused by non-availability and usability of chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry. It is against this background that this study examined the extent  of availability and usability of chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry in senior secondary schools in Nsukka Local Government area of Enugu State. The study was carried out in fifteen different schools with the sample of one teacher from each school. An inventory containing 69 items was designed for the study. Data collected were analyzed using percentage and mean. The study indicates that the extent at which chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry in senior secondary school are available and utilized is very low, Based on the findings of this study in adequate provision of chemistry laboratory facilities in senior secondary schools by the government influences the extent at whichteachers utilizes chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry. Therefore government should ensure adequate provision of laboratory facilities, schools should source  funds from organization like PTA and NGOs and finally, teachers should develop the spirit of professionalism by using the available laboratory facilities in teaching

organic chemistry.






Table of Contents


Title Page …………………………………………..I


Approval Page …………………………………………..II


Dedication …………………………………………III


Acknowledgements ………………………………….IV


Abstract ……………………………………………V


Table of Contents……………………………………….VI


Chapter One: INTRODUCTION


Background of the study………………………..…..1


Scope of the study …………………………..………...5


Statement of the problem………………………………..5


Purpose of the study .........…………………….. …..…..6


Significance of the study ……………………………6


Research question………………………………7



Chapter Two: LITERATURE REVIEW                       


The concept of chemistry………………………………..8


The role of chemistry in National development…………….10


The concept of Organic Chemistry………………………12


The concept of laboratory………………………13


Availability of chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry…14


Production of laboratory facilities for teaching and learning organic chemistry..15


Utilization of chemistry laboratories facilities for teaching organic chemistry …16

Factors that militate against effective utilization of available laboratory……18

Factors that affects the availability laboratory facilities for teaching Organic Chemistry……………………20

Strategies to improve the usability and availability of chemistry laboratory facilities for teaching organic chemistry…23


Related empirical studies. ………………………………………………………24


Summary of literature review ………………………………………….……….25


Chapter Three: RESEARCH METHOD


Research design …………………………………………….….….…...……….27


Population of the study …………………………………………..…….….…...27


Area of the study …………………………………………….….….….….…...27


Sample and sampling techniques ……………………………………….….….27


Instrument for data collection ………………………………………….…..….28


Validation of the instrument …………………………………………….….….28


Method of data collection ……………………………………………….……...28

           

Method for data analysis ………………………………………………………28


Chapter Four: DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS


Data presentation and analysis ………………………………………………..30


Chapter Five: DISCUSSION and CONCLUSION


Discussion of findings……………………………………………………36


Conclusion……………………………………………….39


Implication of the findings………………………………………………39


Recommendation…………………………………………40


Summary…………………………………………………….42


Limitation of study…………………………………………………………42


Suggestion for further studies…………………………….….43


References ………………………………………….….….……44


Appendix 1 ……………………………………………………….….….…….46



 






AN ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAR SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUG

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Project ID EDU2215
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    Type Project
    Department Education
    Project ID EDU2215
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 56 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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