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SCHOOL FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT PRIMARY AT PRIMARY LEVEL

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SCHOOL FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT PRIMARY AT PRIMARY LEVEL
(A CASE STUDY OF MALUMFASHI LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF KATSINA STATE)
ABSTRACT

The aim of this research is to investigate and find out the school factors that affect teaching and learning English language at primary level. The research also try to explore the factors that constitute for the students’ success or failure in studying English. The research also attempted to know those things which students lack in school which caused them to have poor performance in English as well as how good and modern techniques of teaching contribute to the success of the students.
The research is design by using questionnaires and observation. However, 27 questionnaires were distributed in three different primary schools and were successfully returned. The first section revealed the information about the learner’s age, sex and tribe etc.; while the secondsection, contain pupils responses based on their teachers’ activities and their environmental experience.
Finally, the research also present recommendations and suggestions about the factors that affect teaching and learning English at primary level such as the use of instructional materials/aid, use of modern techniques/methodology of teaching and learning environment.
TABLE OF CONTENT
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1    Background to the study
1.2    Purpose of the Study
1.3    Objectives of the study
1.4    Research Questions
1.5    Hypotheses
1.6    Significance of the study
1.7Scope and delimitations
1.8    Definition of terms
CHAPTER TWO
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.I    Introduction
2.2  Use of instructional Materials/Aid
2.3  Use of instructional Techniques/Method
2.4The Teaching and Learning Environment
CHAPTER THREE   
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY   
3.1 Introduction…   
3.2    Design of the study…   
3.3    Population of the study
3.4    Sample and sampling techniques
3.5    Instrumentation
3.6    Administration and collection of Data
3.7    Method of Data Analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION
4.1    Introduction
4.2  Presentation, Analysis and Discussion of Data
4.3  Summary of the findings
4.4  Discussion
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1    Introduction
5.2    Summary
5.3    Conclusion(s)
5.4    Recommendation
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1    BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
English language was introduced in Nigeria in the earlier, 19th century by British colonial masters. English language as a second language in Nigeria has played a role in Nigeria which could be seen in an education, government, business, commerce, media and most of internal and external communication. Above all, English language has played the role of the language of political unity.
In recent research by Aduwa-Ogiegbaen(2006), English has rated as the world most popular language which is characterized by active communication from one continent to another, especially by indigenous owners of the language. Today, formal education in Nigeria has been taking place through the use of English language as a medium of instruction, despite the importance of English language; there are many factors that affect teaching and learning English language over the years, particularly northern Nigeria.As result, many researches have been done by researchers on those factors which affect teaching and learning English language at primary level.It is very important to emphasize here that the use of teaching materials/aid and use ofinstructional techniques/methods as well as the teaching and learning environment. Those factors havegreatly affectteaching and learning English language to the pupils of primary level.
1.2    PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
English as a subject at primary level keeps moving with some important factors such as the use of instructional techniques/methods, use of instructional materials/aid and the teaching and learning environment as well.
1.3    OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
The aims of this research is to investigates the school factors that affect teaching and learning English language at primary level in some selected primary schools in Malumfashi Local Government Area, Katsina state. The study will specifically, looks at the following factors:
1.    Use of instructional techniques/methods on teaching and learning English language;
2.    Use of instructional materials/aid on teaching and learning English language;
3.    The teaching and learning environment on teaching and learning English language.
1.4    RESEARCH QUESTIONS
The following research questions have been formulated to guide the study:
(a)    To what extent does the use of instructional techniques/methods affectTeaching and learning English language;
(b)    To what extent does the use of instructional materials/aidaffect teaching and learningEnglish language;
(c)    To what extent does the teaching and learning environment affect teaching and learning English language?
1.5    HYPOTHESES
School factors are very crucial in affecting teaching and learning English language at primary level.
1.6    SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The most significant of this research work is to identify schoolfactors affecting teaching and learning English at primary level within Malumfashi local government, Katsina state. However, the researchis also constituted valuableelements that when take into consideration will help to raise the pupils performance in English as wellas other relatedsubjects in which English is the medium of instruction. Moreover, this research is designed in order to highlight factors that increase the quality of education for the benefit of curriculum designers, so that sound and good result in English and other related subjects will be achieve.
1.7    SCOPE AND DELIMITATIONS
This research has its focus on Malumfashi Local Government Area of KatsinaState. The study is aimed at finding out the school factors affecting teaching and learning English language in the area of the local government.
1.8    DEFINITION OF TERMS
Performance: The act of performing; carrying into execution or action.
That which is performed or accomplished.
Teach: The professional of teaching.
Teaching: Show how to do something.
Learning: An Act which something is learned.
Crowd: A group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order. Several things collected or closely pressed together.
School:An educational institution. A group of artist, philosophers etc.Sharing similar ideas.
Unity: A state of being united.
Communication: Means of sending information.
Factor:    Circumstance contributing to a result.

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