• Factor to Consider When Selecting Instructional Method and Instructional Material
    CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DROPOUT AMONG STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EKIADOLOR, BENIN CITY For more project materials Log on to www.grossarchive.com Or call +2348130686500 +2348093423853 TERMS AND CONDITIONS Using our service is LEGAL and IS NOT prohibited by any university/college...
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  • Education Access in Developing Countries
    disparity in education could somewhat be attributed to the discriminatory colonial policies which favored one group or section against another. In effect, the late arrival of formal education in northern Ghana in general is one of the major causes of the low level of literacy in the Wa West District...
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  • Role of Family in Crime
    science that studies the social phenomenon of crime, its causes and the measures which society directs against it. FOX defines it as the study of law, broken law and the lawbreaker. PROF. ADEYEMI in what can be described as an encompassing definition, defines it as the science involving the study of crime...
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  • Causes and Effect of Poverty
    THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF POVERTY ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY EUCHARIA .N. UKAOBASI REGISTRATION NUMBER: 25193 BEING A SEMINAR PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS, FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, PANKSHIN. AUGUST 2012   ABSTRACT The level of...
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  • Beed1C
    © Kamla-Raj 2009 Stud Home Comm Sci, 3(2): 107-113 (2009) Teachers’ Effectiveness and StudentsAcademic Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Delta State, Nigeria Agharuwhe A. Akiri* and Nkechi M. Ugborugbo** *Department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies, Faculty of Education...
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  • Economics
    INFLUENCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTSPERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE. CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to Study The English Language was introduced into many countries through colonization among other factors. As early as the beginning of the 19th century, English...
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  • A CASE STUDY OF SCHOOL RELATED FACTORS AFFECTING NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
    SCHOOL PUPILS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE By Dr. Olaniyi Bojuwoye ABSTRACT A ten-item questionnaire containing various descriptions of school-related characteristic which have been found to adversely affect pupils academic performance was administered on 809 teachers and 1012 students of secondary schools...
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  • Project
    Literature review Topic: The effect of teachers’ academic qualification on the studentsacademic performance at secondary level Introduction: “The topic of our research is the effect of teacher’s academic qualification on student’s academic performance at secondary level “In this research we will...
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  • SocioEconomic Determinants of Learning Performance among Students in Rivers State, Nigeria.
    LEARNING PERFORMANCE IN RIVERS STATE: EVIDENCE FROM PARENTAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS A. O Omotayo, F.O Omobintan, J.O Saka and A.A Adebayo Abstract The study gives a critical look into the parental socio-economic background as a fundamental determinant of students’ learning performance in Rivers...
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  • Essay
    Owoaje et al Working School Students Performance and Health International Journal of Health Research, March 2011; 4(1):11-19 © Poracom Academic Publishers. All rights reserved . Available at http://www.ijhr.org Original Research Article Open Access Online Journal Working School Children in a Nigerian...
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  • Effects of Using Improvised Weighing Balance in Solving Linear Equation Problems and Attitude of Student Towards Mathematics in Junior Secondary School in Niger State, Nigeria
    Effects of Using Improvised Weighing Balance in Solving Linear Equation Problems and Attitude of student towards Mathematics in Junior Secondary School in Niger state, Nigeria BY Etsu Shabamaliki MUHAMMAD Niger State College of Agriculture Mokwa, Nigeria Abstract The study sought to determine...
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  • Transformation of Field to Food Materials: Agro-Food Process Engineering Approach
    (Professor of Food Engineering) Department of Agricultural Engineering, College of Engineering (COLENG) Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. FUNAAB INAUGURAL LECTURE Series No. 36 Wednesday, 25th April, 2012 Series No 36: Engr. Professor B.A. Adewumi FUNAAB INAUGURAL LECTURE...
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  • Ewan
    education can be an instrument of cultural change which is being taught from home is relevant in this discuss. It is not out of place to imagine that parental socio–economic background can have possible effects on the academic achievement of children in school. Whatsoever affect the development environment...
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  • Effects of Internet to the Academic Performance of Students
    people, especially professionals and students are using every single piece of modern technology. One of these modern technologies is what they called “Internet”. Internet is known as the ocean of information. It is very useful, especially to business and academic purposes of a person. It consists...
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  • Monogamous vs Polygamous Families
    COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS FROM MONOGAMOUS AND POLYGAMOUS FAMILIES IN OFFA, KWARA STATE. BY IGWESI, B. N. (MRS), Department of Educational Foundations, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. Abstract This study compared the academic achievement of students from monogamous and...
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  • broken family
    family/homes are either broken or intact. A broken home in this context, is one that is not structurally intact, as a result of divorce, separation, death of one parent and illegitimacy. Psychological home conditions arise mainly from illegitimacy of children, the label of adopted child, broken home, divorce...
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  • Counseling
    PREVALENCE OF IMPULSIVITY AMONG JUNIOR SECONDARY STUDENTS IN LAGOS, NIGERIA Abstract (Summary) The study sampled 200 early adolescents (120 males and 80 females) using a developed and tested model that provided a causal explanation on Five-Factor Model of personality (neuroticism, extraversion...
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  • Research
    The Effects of Family Structure on the Academic Performance of College Students Abstract The family is the basic unit of society. It is where a person is formed to what he/she will become. This paper examines the effects of family structure in the academic performance of college students in De La...
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  • Academic Achievement of Pupils in Correlation to Different Factors
    investigated the relationship between broken homes and academic achievement of students. Three research hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The study was correlational because the study sought to establish the extent of relationship between broken homes and academic achievement. The statistical method...
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  • English Assessment of High School Students
    in making this thesis. To the members of the faculty and administration, for making this study possible and for their support all troughout the academic year. To the respondents, for being so accommodating and always ready to provide honest answers and accurate information. To all their classmates...
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