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IMPACT OF DOING TEACHING PRACTICE AND RECEIVING LECTURES ON STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF FACULTY OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS)

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The objective of this study was to find out the impact of doing teaching practice and receiving lectures on student teacher's academic performance in UNILAG, Nigeria. The relative impact of each of the two independent variables on the dependent was also investigated. A survey design was adopted and the study sample consisted of 21 graduating student teachers and 14 education graduates selected across all departments in faculty of education, UNILAG using random sampling techniques. Two hypotheses guided the study. Instrument for data collection was a web questionnaire. Hypotheses were tested using multiple regression and t-test. The result of the study showed that both teaching practice and receiving lectures jointly had a significant effect on student teacher's academic performance. There was also a significant correlation between the joint predictor variables and academic performance. 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Abstract                    i   Table of Contents                  ii - iii 1.0  


CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION 

1.1  Background of the study              1 - 2 

1.2  Statement of the problem              2 

1.3  Objective of the study               3 

1.4  Research Hypotheses                3

 1.5  Significance of the study              3 - 4 

1.6  Scope of the study                4 

1.7  Operational Definition of Terms            4 - 5 2.0  


CHAPTER TWO - LITERATURE REVIEW

 2.1  Conceptual Framework              6 - 15

 2.2  Empirical Review                15 - 16

 2.3  Summary of literature review             16 - 17 


3.0  CHAPTER THREE - RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 

3.1  Research design                18 

3.2  Area of the study                18 

3.3  Population of the study              18 

iii  3.4  Sample and sample technique             18 

3.5  Instrument for data collection             19

 3.6  Method of data collection              19 

3.7  Method of data analysis              19 


4.0  CHAPTER FOUR - DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 

4.1  Data Presentation                20

 4.2  Data Analysis and Interpretation            20 - 28 

4.3  Test of Hypotheses                28 - 30


 5.0  CHAPTER FIVE - SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION 

5.1  Summary of Findings               31 

5.2  Recommendations                32 

5.3    Conclusion                  32 - 33 

5.4    Limitation of The Study              33 

References Appendixes  

IMPACT OF DOING TEACHING PRACTICE AND RECEIVING LECTURES ON STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF FACULTY OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS)

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Project ID EDU2251
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    No of Pages 43 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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