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  • 101. USING ASSESSMENT RESULTS TO IMPROVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

    » ABSTRACT Quality education is the bedrock of national development and progress. In the course of the history of education in Ghana, there arose the need to improve accessibility. Hence, a series of interventions such as the Education For All (EFA), the Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE), the Fast Track Initiative (FTI), and the abolition of school fees and levies which led to the in...Continue Reading »

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  • 102. DETERMINANTS OF LATRINE QUALITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN TRANSNZOIA COUNTY KENYA: T...

    » ABSTRACT Many developing countries including Kenya are struggling to provide proper sanitation to their population with most reporting less than 50 percent adequacy in sanitation. Different research works indicate sanitation is worse in schools compared to the general population despite the fact that schools hold a significant 26 percent proportion of the entire population. Provision of quality la...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  140 engagements | 

  • 103. IMPACT OF ECOWAS IN WEST AFRICAN ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND INTEGRATION

    » CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Modern patterns of economic dependence in Africa are product of a profound global transformation that had occurred primarily within the last 2 countries. West Africa participation in an international economy had been significant for over a thousand years. During the fifteenth century innovations in marine technology made it possible for European ships to circumnav...Continue Reading »

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  • 104. INFLUENCE OF SUPER STORY ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF YOUTHS :A STUDY OF STUDENTS ...

    » ABSTRACT The study examined the influence of Super Story on the social behaviour of students of Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti. Use and gratification theory and cultivation theory served as the theoretical framework of the study. The researcher employed survey as the research design. The research instrument was questionnaire. The systematic and simple random sampling techniques were employed to...Continue Reading »

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  • 105. THE ROLE OF NAVIGATION AND MOTIVATION IN E-LEARNING – THE CRIMP-APPROACH WITHI...

    » Abstract Software programs are wide spread used in education which is undoubtedly a result of the rapid development of hard and software. This technological development enables software developers to create hypermedia environments. Hypermedia offers a great potential as a framework for modern e learning tools as it allows the incorporation of constructivist learning strategies....Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  136 engagements | 

  • 106. AGENTS MANAGING INNOVATION IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION : A COURSE FOR ELT CHANGE

    » Abstract As a steady stream of recent papers indicates, ELT curriculum reform projects are not always as successful as they might be. One overall reason for this situation appears to be a failure to adequately take into account concepts and practices from the world of innovation management. This paper describes an attempt to contribute towards ameliorating this problem by detailing the content, ac...Continue Reading »

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  • 107. THE IMPACT OF INFRASTRUCTURE ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study In every developed and developing nations, the education is very crucial process through which an individual’s life changes are determined. Beyond economic significance, education is viewed as a good, and indeed a basic human right with regard to the lower level of education (World Bank 1995). Education in Nigeria is an ‘instrument par e...Continue Reading »

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  • 108. USAGE OF ICT IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN TAI SOLARIN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the problem Teachers in all nations constitute a major input in the accomplishment of educational goals and objectives. The National policy on Education (2004) in Nigeria reiterates that no education system can rise above the quality of its teachers. Hence, teachers are indispensable within the teaching learning process. Also, trained and effective teache...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  174 engagements | 

  • 109. THE ROLE OF ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION PROGRAMME (A CASE STUDY OF ETSAKO EAST L.G....

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background Of The Study Adult education is a term that has been used to describe any voluntary or intentional endeavor aimed towards the development of adults. Daskum is a term used to describe a person (1989). Adult schools, extension centers, settlements, churches, clubs, and other similar institutions, as well as governmental and private organizations, may do it. As a r...Continue Reading »

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  • 110. THE IMPACT OF PLANNING ON TEACHING AND LEARNING INTEGRATED SCIENCE IN JUNIOR SEC...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Planning in the context of education entails the process of setting objectives and determining the means to achieving the objectives. It entails deciding in advance what to be taught how, to teach, when to teach, who is be taught, and the evaluation of recipient. Planning is the beginning of teaching and learning process, before a teacher goes to th...Continue Reading »

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  • 111. EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM IN JUNIOR SECO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Education is an age old concept that has existed since man inhabited the universe. It is a process of transmitting what is worthwhile from generation to generation. The primary purpose of education is to produce effective members of the society whose three ‘Hs’ – head, heart, and hands have been well developed to enable them to liv...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  207 engagements | 

  • 112. EFFECT OF TOLL–LIKE RECEPTOR7/8 AGONIST IMMUNISATION OF YOUNG CROSSBRED CATTLE...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1.0 BACKGROUND Livestock diseases transmitted by arthropod vectors impact a severe disease burden on small farmers in tropical countries where these diseases are endemic. In West Africa, the tick borne diseases heartwater, babesiosis and anaplasmosis, together with the tick associated skin disease dermatophilosis and tsetse transmitted trypanosomiasis, have repeate...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  208 engagements | 

  • 113. EFFECT OF THE TYPE AND DOSAGE OF ACARICIDES ON RE-INFESTATION RATES OF TICKS ON ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION In Ghana, livestock provides cash income required to reduce poverty among the majority of cattle farmers. For example, in many impoverished communities in Ghana, the ownership of cattle ensures food and economic security. Generally, animal production plays a central role in the livelihood of smallholder farmers in Africa (Kaasschieter et al., 1992; Steinfield, 2003; Delgad...Continue Reading »

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  • 114. EFFECT OF SEED PELLETING AND BIOCHAR ON NODULATION, GROWTH AND YIELD OF SOYBEAN ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill) is one of the leading leguminous crops in the world in terms of total production, with 352,643,548 tonnes in 2017 (FAOSTAT, 2019). It is high in protein and an abundant source of vegetable oil (Mahamood, 2008; Dogra et al., 2014; Yagoub et al., 2015). Soybean is cultivated in different Ecological Zones in Africa (IITA. 2008 cited in Kol...Continue Reading »

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  • 115. EFFECT OF INPUT CREDIT SCHEME ON PRODUCTIVITY OF SMALLHOLDER COCOA FARMERS IN TH...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background The agricultural sector in most developing economies contributes significantly to economic growth and development. About 80 percent of farmers engaged in agricultural activities in sub Saharan Africa operate on smallholdings measuring less than 2 hectares with such farms contributing nearly 80 percent of food produced in the world (Busschaert, 2014) with an esti...Continue Reading »

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  • 116. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF SANITATION AMONG MARKET USERS AT THE DOME ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study One of the crucial, unsolved, or even unresolved problems for those concerned with the quality of life in the world, especially the developing world is that of adequate, accessible and acceptable basic sanitation (World Health Organisation (WHO), 2004). In the recent report by the United Nations Independent Expert, Albuquerque (2009) suggests th...Continue Reading »

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  • 117. EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES ON PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY OF SMAL...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background Adaptation to climate changes in recent years is a major concern to farmers, researchers, and policy makers. Nhamo et al., (2013) posit that smallholder farmers were aware of changes in climate with reduced rainfall, higher temperature, and lower yields being the dominant effects noticed by them. In Africa the direct dependence on the already marginalised natura...Continue Reading »

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  • 118. USE OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGIES IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING O...

    » ABSTRACT Integration of Information, Communication and Technologies (ICT) in the teaching of the technical courses plays a great role in facilitating students’ acquisition of knowledge, skills and values. This study aimed at investigating the integration of ICT in the instruction of welding and at vocational training centers in Mandera County. The study was guided by the following objectives...Continue Reading »

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  • 119. EXAMINING INTERVENTIONS IN GHANA TOWARDS PROTECTING THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF PERSONS ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Research Problem The United Nations (UN) describes Human Rights as rights that are imputed to all human beings which they may enjoy without let or hindrance. These rights include the right to life and liberty, the right to work and education and many other rights. However, access to these rights are not to be influenced by the following parameters: Sex; l...Continue Reading »

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  • 120. AN EVALUATION OF ZOOMLION GHANA’S PARTICIPATION IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN A...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Solid waste management is in crisis in many cities globally because of population growth and expansion. This has led to ever increasing quantities of domestic solid waste while space for disposal reduces. In urban areas, especially in the rapid urbanizing cities of the developing world, there is increase in volume and types of solid waste as a resul...Continue Reading »

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