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FACTORS OPPOSING EFFECTIVE LEARNING AND TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS

FACTORS OPPOSING VE LEARNING AND TEACHING OF CHEMISTRY IN SELECTED DARY SCHOOLS

 

CHAPTER ONE

CONTEXT OF THE STUDY

Since ancient times, we have experimented with the materials around us to satisfy our basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter. What began as a means to meet these needs has now evolved into the science of chemistry. Chemistry is one of the three principal branches of pure science, along with biology and physics. Chemistry is the y of the composition, properties, and applications of matter; it investigates the principles governing the transformations that matter undergoes.

In addition to other scientific fields, chemistry has evolved through a series of discoveries over time. How do scientists conduct their research? Scientists are extremely perceptive and inquisitive; they use their senses to observe what is occurring around them; from a given set of observations, they observe a pattern that leads them to a reasonable explanation or hypo; they then conduct appropriate experiments to test their hypo; and finally, they meticulously record their observations and results.

Our universe is composed of matter We y chemistry to gain an understanding of matter. Chemists are scientists who perform experiments, learn to observe, record, and exert intelligent influence while ying chemistry. It was in this era that medical advances such as x-rays for cancer treatment and numerous other discoveries and formulations were made. The atomic theory of matter was proposed by John Dalton.

Michael Faraday proposed applying magnetism to electricity. In genetics, Gregor Mendel discovered the law of heredity in plants and animals. In recognition of the importance of ying chemistry, the government ministry of education and other organizations should provide adequate attention and resources. This sentiment is more reflective of classroom experiences.

MENT OF PROBLEM

1 Lack of qualified and experienced chemistry teachers will result in poor ent performance because when ents are not properly instructed, comprehension becomes an issue.

2 Lack of chemistry equipment will result in poor performance in the subject, as these items facilitate better comprehension of the taught concepts.

The lack of chemistry seminars, symposia, and workshops will prevent the teacher’s methodology from being modernized.

4 The number of ents in a classroom has an effect on the teacher’s effectiveness, as the lack of equipment hinders the teaching-learning encounter, and the absence of libraries and laboratories hinders the ents’ education.

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The purpose of this y is to:

1. Evaluate and learning issues

2. Suggest some potential solutions to the problem

3. Identify a favourable factor

4. vide ents or ents with solutions that will assist in laying a solid foundation for further y of this subject.

HYPOTHESIS

Students with adequate chemistry equipment perform better in science than those without adequate chemistry equipment.

The performance of ents in a given learning and teaching environment is positively impacted by chemistry instructors with experience and credentials.

IMANCE OF THE STUDY

The importance of this y, which focuses on the obstacles to the learning and teaching of chemistry in the state of Ekiti, cannot be overstated.

The y sheds light on the problems associated with the learning and teaching of chemistry in Ekiti state; it assists the government and the ministry of education in Ekiti state in finding a long-term solution to the problems identified; and it raises the awareness of teachers-in-training so they can regulate the curriculum of the teachers education.

Through this y, teachers can rectify any impediment to their own teaching effectiveness.

SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH

This research was restricted to the citizens of Ekiti state, Nigeria.

1. The head of the pack

2. Youth

3. The elderly men and women

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Certified science instructors The school’s qualified chemistry teachers hold the Nigeria Certificate of n (NCE) and have at least five s of teaching experience.

Chemists y the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, particularly atomic and molecular systems.

 

 

 

 

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