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FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENT LEARNING IN SOCIAL STUDIES

S T IN STUDIES

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Because of its importance in everyday life, social ies is now taught in primary and . According to Adeyoyin (1982), social ies is the y of man and his totality (the y includes where he lives, his past and present activities, his culture, frame of mind, and how he interacts with others in society).

Wronki (1981) defines social ies as “common learning of man’s interaction with his social and physical environment, a way of life of how man influences his environment and, in turn, how environment influences man.”

THE VALUE OF STUDIES

Social ies teach culture, so ents can understand their social norms, culture, beliefs, and rules.

It enables people to comprehend the historical and contemporary relationship between humans and their social and physical environments.

Social ies assist individuals in developing the ability to learn and acquire skills such as listening, speaking, reading, writing, calculating, observing, analyzing, and inference, all of which are necessary for the formation of sound social, economic, and political judgment.

Social ies teach ents about the environment, including its man-made, natural, cultural, and spiritual resources, as well as how to conserve these resources for future development.

Social ies is taught in primary and to help ents understand what they should do as members of society. Some ents in are not ready to learn because of various circumstances; others believe that social ies is difficult; as a result, there is a lack of interest in the subject, which leads to negative attitudes toward social ies learning. Social ies, as a subject that ies man in his entirety, should be encouraged at all levels of learning.

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Social ies is one of the subjects that teaches man about his surroundings; it teaches him about his norms, cultures, beliefs, and rules in society. As a result, the importance of social ies to man cannot be overstated. As a result, it is critical that man learn about this subject. Man has encountered numerous difficulties in learning this subject. As a result, the purpose of this research is to look into the factors that influence social studies learning.

1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The y intends to look into the following:

1. The factors influencing the learning of social ies

2. The difficulties encountered while learning social ies

3. To look for methods to pique ents’ interest in the subjects.

1.4 THE IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY

The y will present the factors influencing ents’ learning of social ies. The y would also be useful to parents, educators, and social ies associations in motivating the right attitudes toward social ies learning. It could also serve as a starting point for other researchers.

1.5 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

This y will focus on a few in Edo State’s Oredo Local Government Area. It will also determine the factors influencing social ies learning.

1.6 QUESTIONS FOR RESEARCHER

To guide the research, the following research questions have been developed.

1. What factors influence the acquisition of social ies knowledge?

2. What are the consequences of the difficulty in learning social ies?

3. In my home, my parents do not encourage me to read.

4. I don’t like my social ies teacher.

5. Social ies is an interesting subject to y.

1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS

Attitude: This is a way of feeling, thinking, and acting.

Interest: An activity or subject that you enjoy doing or ying in your spare time.

Instructional materials are teaching aids that improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning.

Learning is defined as a temporary change in behavior brought about by practice or experience.

The y of man and his physical environment is known as social ies.

A teacher is an experienced person who imparts knowledge to a novice.

 

 

 

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