THE EXTENT OF USE OF AUDIO–VISUAL MATERIALS IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF CHEMISTRY IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ENUGU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
The purpose of this study is to apply for audio-isual aids in schools in Igbo-Eze North local government area in Enugu State, this research work is a descriptive survey research and the researchers selected two hundred (200) subjects from the population of two thousand (2000) people through simple random sampling.
After the research, the researchers found that audio â€“ visual aids have a lot of advantages on the teaching of chemistry education in schools in Igbo-Eze North local government area.
These advantages are:
Audio visual aids like television and radio makes the lessons to be simple, clear and more understandable.
Audio visual enables the students to perform well in examination.
Audio-visual aids reduce the complex nature of teaching chemistry education.
It helps the students to recall lessons in Chemistry education.
Audio-visual enables the students to gain proficiency in chemistry education.
The following are the recommendations from the researchers
The use of radio as a teaching aids in the teaching of chemistry education in secondary school system.
The use of television as a teaching aids in the teaching of science subjects in the secondary school system.
Table of Content
Table of Contents
List of Tables
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Importance of Teaching Aids
The Uses of Audio Materials in Teaching
Poor Performance of Students in chemistry education
The Concept of Teaching
Summary of Related Literature
Design of the Study
Area OF Study
Population of the Study
Sample and Sampling Technique
Instrumentation For Data Collection
Validation of Instrument
Reliability of Instrument
Method of Data Collection
Method of Data Analysis
DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS
Research Question 1
Research Question 2
Research Question 3
Research Question 4
Research Question 5
Research Question 6
Research Question 7
Research Question 8
CHAPTER V; SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Discussions of the Findings
Implications of the Findings
Suggestions for Further Study