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Problems Of Teaching Social Studies In Nigeria Secondary School

Problems Of Teaching Social Studies In Nigeria Secondary School (A Case Study Of Igbo Etiti Local Government Area)

ABSTRACT
Although Social Studies is now the language of government, business and commerce, education, the mass media, literature and internal as well as external communication, there are still problems in the teaching of Social Studies
as a second language in secondary schools. Students presume that Social Studies is a difficult language to learn and so do not make effort to learn it. Teachers also find it difficult to cope with the heavy demand required for effective teaching and learning of Social Studies. This research work was carried out using the twenty secondary schools in Igbo Etiti Local Government Area of Enugu state. Six boys secondary schools, eight girls secondary schools and six co-educational schools. The target population was one thousand, eight hundred and fifty four students in JS III and one thousand, eight hundred and eighty eight students in SS III and one hundred and five Social Studies teachers. Ten schools and two hundred students from both junior and senior secondary schools were used for the study. Forty teachers were also selected and analyzed using mean. Based on the findings some recommendations were made. Teaching Social Studies
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGES
Title page:
Approval page:
Certification:
Acknowledgement:
Dedication:
Table of contents:
List of tables:
Abstracts:
CHAPTER ONE:
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the study:
1.2 Statement of the problems:
1.3 Purpose of the study:
1.4 Significant of the study:
1.5 Research question:
1.6 Scope of the study:
1.7 Limitation of the study:
1.8 Definition of terms:
CHAPTER TWO:
REVIEW OF RELATED LITRATURE
2.1 Origin and importance of Social studies (L1):
2.2 Social studies as a second language (L2):
2.3 Problem of mother tongue (L1) interference in Social studies learning:
2.4 Problem of shortage of specialist teacher in Social studies:
2.5 Students physical and psychological problems:
2.6 Lack of basic and necessary equipment constitute a problems:
2.7 The problem of teaching method and strategies:
2.8 Time allotted to Social studies on the time table:
2.9 Summary of literature review:
CHAPTER THREE:
RESEARCH METHOD
3.1 Design:
3.2 Area of study:
3.3 Population:
3.4 Sample techniques:
3.5 Instrument for data collection:
3.6 Validation of instrument:
3.7 Method of data collection:
3.8 Method of data analysis:
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1 Data presentation and data analysis:
4.2 Research questions:
CHAPTER FIVE
5.1 Discussion of the results:
5.2 Summary of findings:
5.3 Recommendation:
5.4 Conclusions:
    References:
    Appendix:

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